It would be awesome if Gilroy shows up with a chip on his shoulder, ready to really fight for a spot. He's got some talent, for sure. IMO, his biggest problem has been a lack of urgency with the puck, which allows hesitation and tentative decision making to creep into his game. If he could play a more decisive, think-less, skate-and-move-the-puck-more game, he could prove to be a very good signing. However, more likely is that he'll be in the AHL as an injury reserve call-up. Kinda hard to believe this guy was a Hobey Baker winner. Although, he was like the oldest player in the NCAA when he won it.