No I'm not talking about his brother. Anybody that watched the first game of the season saw the completely different player he turned into playing with Keller. We've had arguments on the board about this many times. Does the player have to shine with crap line mates to earn better line mates or is it up to the coach to get the right line combinations to get the most out of the player? I think if it's a super star, like the two we missed out on in McDavid and Matthews, they will be good playing with anyone and even elevate the players on their lines. But what about a young player one step below them still looking to establish himself? Is it fair to say the coach needs to put them in a position to succeed to help them develop? We saw Turris banished to the 4th line then leave and immediately become a #2 because he was given that opportunity. Now we see Strome get on a line with Keller and he looked stronger, faster and just plain more talented right away. Was it because he was excited and energized by the opportunity or does he need better line mates (like Domi last year) to shine? I think it's an interesting subject and hopefully one we will see the other side of with Strome continuing to play with Keller (because we've seen enough of him as a 4th line grinder to know that won't work imo). Thoughts/opinions?