Corey Perry Vs Robbie Schremp

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  1. Last years Knights scoring leader vs this years Knights scoring leader. Both have high offensive upside. What do you guys think of their respective upside and who will be better?
     
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    I personally think their upside is pretty similar. Both were drafted for their offensive output, so in the end, I feel that it is going to come down to who is going to put up points. I think that Perry gets the nod for this one.

    Perry is likely going to have more studs to play with (Lupul, Getzlaf, Ryan etc...) whereas Schremp may only have a couple good offensive players to play with.

    Both will br great players, but I'd take Perry.
     
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    i dont know.. schremp will have that hemsky dude setting him up so the points total might be similar.
     
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    I wasn't all that sold on Perry before but after seeing him play since being called up I can say I would rather have him then Schremp. I love Schremp and all but Perry has a great head for the game. I think his brain will really make people forget about his skating. He has great hands is great at finding open ice and definatly has a goal scorers touch.

    I don't like him all that much and there is still a very good chance that Schremp becomes the better player and all, but i think Perry has the chance to really become one of the better players in the league, which I never thought at the start of the season. I put him ahead of Schremp on my list.
     
  5. Schremp at the very least has a future as a powerplay specialist with that shot, the question will be if he can handle the speed of the NHL.
     
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    This is the question. But, if I may make an argument for him he has as good a shot as anyone in the whole CHL. He passes as good as anyone in the CHL. He can carry the puck very well and has more confidence/ego the Perry which in his case seems to drive him to success.

    He has very good vision, from the limited games I have seen him in he seems to find the pass that no one expected and it results in a goal. He has gotten much better at skating and has put on a little weight.

    I don't think he can jump into the NHL right now if the Knights lose in the playoffs but I think he will have a good chance come training camp. If I had to choose between the two I would think Schremp could have more points then Perry but I think Perry might be a safer pick as he has shown he can play in the NHL. But I am expecting big things from Schremp, more points then Kessel or some of the other college players.
     
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    Also, as a PP specialist, if he amounts to no more can still have a very solid career. I think he alone can make this team very deadly on the PP. I will also mention that Schremp, although not playing with Lupul, Getzlaf, Selanne etc, look at the PP unit Schremp will be on.

    Pronger - Spacek
    Smyth - Stoll - Hemsky

    or

    Tarnstrom - Bergeron
    Torres - Horcoff - Schremp

    And the oilers may be trading for a second line winger, hopefully someone like Samsanov that would make them even better.
     
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    The best part about Schremp is his leadership (noone will believe me), his heart, character... and his drive to win... he doesnt like losing anything, be it a card game, paper scissors, rocks or a hockey game... if you ever see a knights game watch a few things... pre-game watch him sit at the circle one-timing shots on the backup goalie of the day... it intimidates opposing fans when he does it in others barn, and watch him on the bench... he's great!

    After saying all that, i'd take Perry...
     
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    for those who don't think he passes enough... think of this...

    Rob Schremp is 5 assists away from tying for the London Knights all time assist lead.

    Goals
    Dino Ciccarelli – 72
    Dave Simpson – 67
    Dennis Maruk – 66
    Dave Lowry – 60
    Steve Stockman – 59
    Dennis Ververgaert – 58
    Jason Allison – 55
    Brad Smith – 54
    Maxim Spiridonov – 54
    Reg Thomas – 52
    David Bolland – 51
    Rob Schremp – 51

    Assists
    Dennis Ververgaert – 89
    Dave Simpson – 88
    Jason Allison – 87
    Rob Schremp – 84
    Corey Perry – 83
    Reg Thomas – 83
    Brian Bradley – 82
    Dylan Hunter – 81
    Tim Taylor – 80
    Dennis Maruk – 79
    Chris Taylor – 78
    Scott Morrison - 75

    Points
    Dave Simpson – 155
    Dennis Ververgaert – 147
    Dennis Maruk – 145
    Jason Allison – 142
    Dino Ciccarelli – 142
    Rob Schremp – 135
    Reg Thomas – 135
    Corey Perry – 130
    Chris Taylor – 128
    Wayne Thompson – 121
    Dave Lowry – 120
    Scott Morrison - 120
     
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    Just for clarification purposes, the above post refers to not "all time" assist lead, but the regular season record for the knights. The above stats are regular season bests for the knights.
     
  11. The Knights also happen to be loaded with talent..again.
     
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    HAHAHA... how are they loaded with talent? Next to Bolland, and Schremp, who do they have that makes them stacked? Only other draft picks on the team are poochie (dylan hunter) who was the last pick in his draft year, Pelech who is a first rounder by size, Beaulieu for his toughness (lack of this season), Sergei Kostitsyn he's been great though, Kell drafted cause Bolland said he's good...

    on place they are stacked in is net with Adam Dennis...

    There is alot more "Stacked" teams in the ohl...
     
  13. how many teams can say they have two guys like schremp and bolland.
     
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    I didn't know 2 guys made you stacked... in which case the Panthers are a stacked team!
     
  15. I should have said loaded, i just knew those two and kostsitsyn were having good years, hunter and pelech were nhl picks.
     
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    Hardly makes them stacked... they have a loaded line, yes... a loaded pp yes... but what everyone said was their weakest link has been a pleasent surprise, their d... I see both Aarssen and Corbin Crawford being steals as d goes in the nhl drafts in their respected years...
     
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    The problem with Schremp is the fact that he's smallish and slowish. That makes him very vulnerable in the NHL. While Perry is not the smoothest skater either, he's much bigger and can take the punishment in front of the goal (he has been very willing to go there in the NHL).

    Time will tell but I'm very happy with Perry.
     
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