"I started working out very early this summer when I came back from Long Island," said Biron. "I took a couple of weeks off, but I have been working out since then. I have been trying to do a lot more cardio, which is a big part of training camp and testing and all of that. I just feel like over the last year or two, I think that it was maybe a weak point. I've been trying to work a lot on that and continuing to do this and hoping that."
On why he struggled with the Islanders...
"I was in a situation with the Islanders where there was the possibility of going with three goalies all season," said Biron. "There was also a lot of upside to signing there last year, but unfortunately for me and for everybody else, it didn't work out the way that I was hoping to with that team. It was an experiment that didn't work out for me or the Islanders, but that's OK."
...if Biron can come in and perform at a high level to give Lundqvist some much needed rest he could be the most important signing of the offseason. Financially and personnel-wise.