Much more of an 1-on-1 player who likes to dangle and shoot, a lot. Far more comparable to Hodgson as somebody already mentioned.
They are small forwards that can be fast but neither use the speed and dangles like your typical nhl small forward. They attack and both play bigger than they are because they are so strong and theyre both pass first.
Also, 2 goals and 2 assists puts Schroeder ahead of Hodgson's first 9 NHL games and Hodgson's first 9 games last season. If they add any assists for those two other goals (Bieksa, Raymond) then he'll be quite far ahead.
I remember that. Hilarious reading through it again. There was an instance like that this season too but I'm not going to look it up since that would just be mean. Always confuses me when our own fans seem to want certain prospects to fail to prove some sort of a point.
Raymond is a million times better than last year, it helps having a center who knows how to pass and is willing to(not Kesler in the last couple seasons).
Schroeder is a perfect dose of offensive creativity without being a defensive liability. Also I'm honestly very surprised with how often the puck goes where he wants it to after a scrum, surprised but happy. An he hasn't been getting knocked down nearly as much as I thought he would.
As a bonus looks smart enough to play with the Sedins, never hurts to have options when it comes to that spot especially on the powerplay.
Great surprise all around in the sense I thought he would establish himself, but not this quickly in this large of a role.