Kessel has undressed numerous opposing players with very similar moves, and at the same time I have seen him give it up on numerous attempts of similar moves. At what point do these one on one moves become selfish "look at what i can do" type plays? Or as long as hes contributing and successful with the move once in a while does it not matter how many times he is unsuccessful? AND HOW MANY TIMES CAN A DEFENSEMEN LET HIM SLIP BY! WHEN WILL SOMEONE FINNALLY GET THE MESSAGE AND SLAM THE KID DOWN TO THE ICE WHEN HE TRIES TO STEP PAST!?!? (i think i recall it happening once infact vs. sweden). Also is there such a thing as shooting too much? As a huge Rob Schremp fan is it a bad thing to fire it at the net even when it is quite clear it's not really a "scoring chance" He has a heck of a shot but is shooting it at the goalies chest as soon as he gains the zone "the wrong thing to do" as opposed to dumping it into the corner? There's really no right or wrong answer, I would just like some opinions! It's too bad the Hensick goal was so unconsequential at such a meaningless time of the game, because if the goal had meant somehting Rob Schremps move would have raised an eyebrow or two...instead it is going pretty much unnoticed due to the time/score!