Who do you think is the most one-dimensional player in the NHL?
Like, a good defensive defenseman who brings absolutely nothing offensively... a good offensive forward who brings absolutely nothing defensively... a skilled player with absolutely no physical presence, etc.
Sopel's a bad pick. He can hit, he can pass, he can skate, he can shoot...that's like...4 dimensions right there!
My nomitation is Andy Delmore.
He can shoot the puck hard.
Agreed, Delmore is literally the definition of what TP wanted. He can't pass, play D, create plays, but man can he shoot. His one dimension is great. Sadly, their are probably 10 more dimensions that he has that aren't NHL caliber (or AHL caliber).