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01-03-2014, 09:45 PM
Join Date: Mar 2013
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Schenn is a good passer too. He does have decent puck skill, better then someone like Grossmann and better then he gets credit for. The thing holding him back the most is his skating. He can work on that and lose some weight like he did coming into last season. He'll never be an excellent skater but he can improve.
Yet, LSchenn is nothing more than a defensive d-man that will more than likely top out as a #4 or more likely a #5/6. If he really had good puck skills then he should be a 2-way d-man, but I certainly don't see that. Maybe I am underestimating him, but I think you, as do some others, are overestimating him.
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