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05-17-2004, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by Prucha73
My point is why would Sather take Schremp when there are bigger and also very skilled players like Tukonen, Wolski, Picard, etc. are available. Just how much more "skilled" or better is Schremp than let's say Wolski. Shremp's numbers have not improved much from last season, Wolski's did. Schremp played on a team with a lot of very good offensive players, while Wolski pretty much emerged as his team's top player, and probably had to play against other teams' best defensive units.
Schremp may not be huge like Wolski, but he's probably the most pure talent guy in the draft, more than Ovechkin. If anything this year proved that he can play as a system and he can sustain a roll that doesn't include him being the "golden boy".

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