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11-28-2012, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Cocoa Crisp View Post
Schroeder's lack of size will probably prevent him from having that kind of impact at the NHL level. Two-way forwards are big and strong as well as fast and tenacious. Defensive situations at the NHL level requires a minimum size to handle the physicality and dish it out. I don't see how Schroeder has or ever will have the frame needed.

Sadly, he'll need to produce on the wing or at center in a top-6 role or end up an ineffective tweener. Can't say I'm all that optimistic but you never know.
While i agree its an uphill battle but his leg strength for his size and smarts gives him an opportunity like wellwood to a pretty useful third liner.. he wont be an impact player though but he`ll be useful and a third liner IMO

Also guys like Todd Marchant, etc

3rd line is nothign to scoff at

Wellwood wasn`t as strong, nor as fast.


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