Originally Posted by InnocentBystander
true. but it won't be long before corvo and pitkanen will be non-factors. you could argue that corvo is almost there already. he certainly isn't going to stand in faulk's way... either is pitkanen. if anything, pitkanen is the guy who will carry less of an offensive role moving forward. mcbain - still waiting. and murphy and faulk is a great offensive duo moving forward... maybe mcbain enters the equation, maybe not.
my thoughts here have nothing to do with schultz (where did he come from in this discussion?)
Pitkanen a writeoff? He's a fantastic d-man just had the injury bug lately.
And Schultz was in OP's first sentence...