Rob Schremp

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  1. MBJets

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    Will Schremp make the Oilers this season and if so what kind of points does he put up in 2005-2006 and in the future? I know he is talented but can he play in the NHL and make a impact?
     
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    He'll play in the NHL, but not next year.
     
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    What kind of a impact will he have?
     
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    I agree with this. He'll be an NHL player soon, but this year. Maybe not even the next.
     
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    Not next year

    I'm a season ticket holder and he's awesome but.... lol ... he will still learn a ton from the hunters next yr so it doesn't make sense to move him especially with limited spots on the ahl club for other prospects. If the Oilers have an oportunity to keep a guy in junior this yr they will. They will have to let go of a lot of prospects as it is.

    He still has to round out his game a bit ... he would still be considered a power play specialist but he has made huge strides in the last yr. He might get 100 points this yr and be one of the leaders on the team. He isn't huge and I don't think he would handle the nhl physically at this point. Bolland might even play in the NHL before him but the two are very good propects and I can't wait to see them in the big show.
     
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    Shremp next season no, but can we expect to finally see Jani Rita in an oilers uniform full time?
     
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    Shremp

    One more year of Junior, i agree that Bolland may play in the NHL before Shremp only because he is a complete player although he does have to get stronger.
     
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    I watched Schremp play live in the playoffs and at the Mem Cup and I must say I dont think he will be an elite NHL player. He has a great shot and nice hands, but I don't think his moves will work at the next level and he seems to rarely go into high traffic areas. Most of his goals seem to come on the PP from the slot. Maybe I will be wrong, it wouldn't be the first time, but thats what I think.
     
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    I think he needs one more season in the OHL and then he will be ready for the NHL with a limited role or a bigger role in the AHL.
     
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    i think he could step up now, but i'd give him another year

    he could definately be another ryan malone/trent hunter type player and pull it off rookie season
     
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    From what I have watched of Schremp. Plus I have skated on the same ice as him he is very nifty with the puck, but from what has been said already I really dought those moves will work in the NHL. Plus he seems to shoot everytime he gets the puck on the PP. I dont know if that was the gameplan of the Knights but if I was on that PP as well I would not be a fan of this. Ive played with a guy that isnt even as bad as Robbie at being selfish and it was sooooo frustrating. Anyways, he had like a million shots in that tourny and had a real tough time finding the mesh. Thats just my take, put him with a playmaker and it MIGHT work, but if not, then he will not be an elite scorer or maybe even an NHLer.

    Big time bust potential
     
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    IMO he could play with the Oil next season, I'd even dare to say that if the Oilers don't acquire a #1 or #2 center that he will be in the line-up. He would likely play sparingly 5 on 5 "maybe 8-10 minutes a game" at least to start. He would be surrounded by defensively reliable forwards. That said, he could improve the Oilers PP right now, and I could see him scoring 10-15 goals and adding 15-20 assists. His shot is definately a weapon, however he was snakebitten in the Memorial Cup, that said he scored his fair share in the regular season, WJC's "with limited PT", and in the OHL Play-offs. I'm not worried about him not being able to score at the next level.
     
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    I agree with your snakebitten comment.... he hit the post 3 times I think and yes he did take a lot of shots but they were quality chances. In a previous post it was said that he is a puck hog on the pp... In the regular season the whole team would have killed to get him the puck in the slot because they knew he would bury it... I guess he was hold his stick a bit too tight... with 5 assists in the turney those shots must of gone in at some point then .... smile

    I think he will be good someday and I don't think he will bust just because the hunters have let him know that he has to be an all round player to have a "chance" at the show and he's worked his butt off.
     
  14. Schremp reminds me of Brad Boyes and I think they have similar potential. I always thought Brad Boyes would be a high end minor leaguer because of his lack of skating ability and inability to play in traffic and I think I see the same things in Robbie Schremp. When you're a PP specialist in junior hockey you normally don't take the step to the next level. Next season will be the make or break for Schremp. He will have to carry the mail for the Knights and be the man. We'll see how he handles it when he is not surrounded by a CHL juggernaut and is playing for only a team with great talent. The jury is still out, but I think the same fate that Boyes is suffering through awaits Mr. Schremp.
     
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    well said... I agree with the boyes comparison and at 18 who really knows. He has the talent and I think that he can improve and succeed but that is only my opinion. One thing is for sure I'm going to enjoy every shot he takes next year with my Knights. .... lol I've seen more then one goaly duck when he lines them up in the slot.... smile
     
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    Schremp will play in the NHL next season.
    In fact, Kevin Lowe said that if there wasn't a lockout he might have been playing last season.

    This kid has all the tools to be a superstar and I imagine with a newer more offensive friendly NHL he will be a 100 point guy.
     
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    I completely agree with you, but if he is only looking at 8-10 mins a game, I think he would be much better off in a leadership role on the Knights for one more year. Until he does make the jump to the bigs, he will be haunted by his pre draft brain cramps, which he has moved on from in leaps and bounds. Hopefully he will be able to really stick it to all his critics some day soon.
     
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    Pouliot>Schremp
     
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    I think they are very different players so to compare them would be very tough. I would depend on who you need..... a sniper or even strenth scorer. Pouliot is much bigger and is better in traffic but schemp is a better shooter and passer.

    Your choice but better I don't know
     
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    i think Schremp might just have a shot. :handclap:
     
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    As a fan of a rival NW division team, if Edm wants to put the Schremp that I saw in the WJC and Mem Cup into their big league line-up when the NHL comes back I say "bring it"......... then chuckle a little bit.
     
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    In what, face-offs??? Schremp has a better shot,is a better passer/stick handler, so how do you see that Pouliot is superior??? Neither are speed demons, out-side of face-offs and sheer size, IMO Schremp wins this competition. I also believe that even though Pouliot is bigger, Schremp is stronger on his skates.
     
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    Fine, and when he scores the Oilers lone PP goal to lift them past your team 3-2 or 4-3, have a little chuckle for me!!! :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:
     
  24. Mr.Brownov*

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    Niinimäki > Schremp
     
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    That's just silliness. As much as I like Jesse off the ice, on it he hasn't done anythng to justify that statement.
     
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