I know that this will never happen in 100 years given the depth Team Canada has always had and more pertinantly at this winter's WJC. But I was thinking of this scenario and I figured I'd share it just for kicks. Remember how a young Brett Hull (Canadian born) wasn't good enough in his early days to play for Team Canada. So when Team USA called him and offered him a spot, he said "sure why not, I might as well take this opportunity". And Hull went on to have a very productive career both in the NHL and on the international scene. Similarly a young Adam Deadmarsh (born in Canada) was also ignored by Team Canada and Team USA offered him a spot and he eventually went on and represented the States in a gold medal performance at the 96 World Cup. Well Rob Schremp (who as everyone knows is extremely talented) is being ignored by Team USA for a second year in a row. I was just thinking that if Canada actualy felt a need for his skills, they could always offer him a spot on the WJC team... and Schremp would likely take it as he is a kid full of attitude and he must be upset about USA always dismissing him. The tables could be turned with this all-world skill kid. But I know... Canada already has plenty of depth and will already be fielding a Dream team in December without Schremp. And given the unbelievable talent pool Canadian selection teams are blesssed with, there will never be a need to dip into another country's pool.