Aaron Voros is a Canadian winger on the Anaheim Ducks.
Voros was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 2001. By the time Voros made his NHL debut in 2007, he had been traded to the Minnesota Wild. He scored 7 goals and had 14 points to go with 141 penalty minutes in his rookie season. He signed with the Rangers during the 2008 offseason. In New York, Voros’ role during the somewhat limited playing time he got was mainly that of enforcer and checking forward/penalty killer, and he racked up 211 penalty minutes in only 95 games with the Rangers. He was traded to Anaheim during the 2010 offseason, and will help replace the departed Mike Brown who performed a similar role for the Ducks last season.
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