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Vay and Jenys called up to Iowa Wild

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Published: Mar. 12, 2018 at 6:47 PM MDT
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The Rush continues to see roster changes.

Today the Rush's American Hockey League affiliate Iowa Wild announced that goaltender Adam Vay and forward Pavel Jenys both have been called back up to Iowa.

Pavel Jenys was with the Wild earlier this season and played in four games, scoring one goal.

As for 6'5 , 209 pound goaltender Vay, he played in two games with the Iowa Wild going 0-1-1 with 66 saves, 4.91 GAA and .868 SV %. With the Rush the Budapest, Hungary native appeared in 31 games, going 12-15-1 with 920 saves, 3.35 GAA and a 0.905 SV%.

According to head coach Daniel Tetrault Vay will only be in Iowa for two days and the Rush is expected to see another new body in the line up this Wednesday against the Allen Americans.

"Vay, I just found out that he'll be back on Wednesday, he's going to be backing up in Iowa for Emergency purposes," said Tetrault. "We got some new blood in the line up, extra bodies as well. I'm going to have a new kid I can't announce right now for Wednesday."

Coach Tetrault couldn't give the name of the new addition to the Rush, but he did say he is a good young forward who works hard and will be exciting to watch.

The Rush will host the Allen Americans Wednesday night, puck drop is set at 7:05.