Matt Schneider Tri-City

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  1. rev

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    http://www.amshockey.com/team/

    he is on that page and listed at 6'7"

    i was there looking for info on shawen belle.. and his size caught my eye.. what kind of a player/prospect is he?

    thanks for any info.
     
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    Not sure.

    But I noticed that there's only 1 American on the Tri-City Americans.
     
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    Not that unusual in the WHL though, is it? On a related note, I don't believe there are ANY whalers on the Plymouth Whalers.
     
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    If you put a black rubber trench coat and a fishing hat on Plymouth rookie forward Dan Collins, I bet you he could pass as one.

    http://www.plymouthwhalers.com/images/team_collins.jpg
     
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    Back to Schneider, I saw him about 2 or 3 times this year I can't remember. Anyways he was huge, big and lanky. If he puts on some muscle and weight he could be a huge power forward in this league. He was effective on the penalty kill and seemed pretty defensive minded, not a bad skater and good hockey sense.
     
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