"I want to play an honest game. There are a lot of guys in front of me right now, so I think I need to play an honest game and keep it simple out there, and stick to my role and not stray away from that," he said. "... I want to be like a power forward. Someone who can protect their teammates, keep their game simple, drive the net and chip in offensively here and there and also play a good defensive game."
Gordie Clark, Rangers' Director, Player Personnel, added this on Wilson...
"We know what Jason's role is, and I think Jason knows what it's going to be in the NHL game someday," said Gordie Clark, the Rangers' Director, Player Personnel. "He's a good skater for a guy that's going to play a really high energy and forechecking, finish-your-check, banging game. What he proved for us in drafting him was that he was able to get the puck, which he did a lot, because he does take the body. Where he improved was in what he was able to do with the puck."
...while I appreciate Wilson's hard working game, the Rangers already have a number of guys who play this type of game right now so it will be real hard for Wilson to make the Rangers roster anytime soon.
You can never have too many of these guys. Hard-working = injury risk, so he'll have a shot to fill in for someone with injuries and maybe he can make it a tough decision to send him back.
@gravey94 That's a good point but the Rangers need scoring, scoring and even more scoring first and foremost.