Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by pucks1, Nov 16, 2004.
They are both snipers but who do you think has the quickest, hardest, on target shot.
Schremp has one of the deadliest wrist shots I have ever seen in the OHL... O'Sullivan's isn't as noticeable.
Have never seen O'Sullivan's is person, but it would be pretty friggin good it it's better then Schremp's.
It was against Fleury in the gold medal game of the WJC's last year....
I mean on a regular basis, everytime Schremp cocks his hands back to let it go, it's dangerous... I just don't get that same feeling from O'Sullivan... then again, he hasn't played very well in the few Ice Dogs games I've seen this year, so that may be prejudicing my brain a tad!
I'd say Schremp as well.... O'Sullivan's ability lies more in getting himself in the clear, getting past the d-men easily and putting the puck in the net.
Its funny that I was just going to start this same thread. I've been wandering this for a few weeks but after watching the Knights live a few times the past 2 weeks, WOW Robbie Schremp has an absolute deadly accurate cannon. I've seen him score 6 goals in 3 games and 5 from the same spot (right circle) to the same part of net (blocker side low and high).
O'Sullivan has a good shot but not as deadly.
I'd say Schremp has the much deadlier shot, as he possesses one of the best in the O.
However O Sullivan is much better at creating room for himself in the offensive zone, and working the flow in order to create scoring chances for himself and his linemates.
If I remember right, in the coaches poll last year, Schremp was voted both the 2nd hardest shot and the 2nd best shot in the Western conference of the OHL. O'sullivan was rated the best shot in the Eastern conference, but he didn't rank in the top three for hardest shot.