More people in Canada know about Rob Schremp than in his own hometown. His story has been followed ever since his days as a London Knight in the OHL (145 points in 2005-2006). He was a prolific junior scorer with some of the best hands in the world. He could do things with a hockey stick and a puck that only few can do. He brought to light some of the trickery that can be done on the ice and made the shootout a thing of beauty. There was a lot of hope for Schremp in Edmonton. However, he could not break into the NHL with the Oilers. He was a regular producer in the AHL, but he could not translate it to the big leagues. According to TSN, Schremp was put on waivers by the Oilers after the team's 5-4 overtime win over the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday. Four other players were cut, including 200 ...
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