Ceberv is right, as usual - Schultz has never been much of an offensive force, and Skoula just sucks.
I will say, however, that Schultz is playing better offensively this year than he ever has in the past. He's getting bolder about jumping into the play, and it's paid off a few times. He's potted a couple of his own, and he's helping create chances for his teammates, chances he wasn't creating last year.
As for playing more offense, Ceber's pretty much right about that one too. The system hasn't changed, but the players have - we often look as though we're playing a more open, offensive style than you've seen in the past because we finally have the players who can do that.