Tawnos and I were having a discussion about this and I figured it was an interesting enough topic to see if anyone else wanted to weigh in on it. He's such a weird/interesting hockey player if you follow his progression (or lack thereof). I wrote: "I'm not sure whether I feel bad for him or whether I blame [Wolski for his lack of drive]. I mean, some guys just are not born with the drive and some actively dog it. I never felt he was actively dogging it, so I really don't know. He's a curious case if there ever was one." It's really strange to watch a hockey player fall on his face like he did after the seasons he had in Colorado to start his career. He started his career off well enough and seemed to have a bit of a resurgence in Phoenix during the first 18 games he played there (in fact, the trade of him for Peter Mueller looked mutually beneficial at the time). Anyone have any thoughts that could add to this? I wonder if bobop could add something from what he may have seen in Phoenix.