I remain a staunch Schultz supporter, but his recent numbers (and those of his teammates) DO need to have some perspective.
It's fairly obvious now that the OKC boys are kinda outclassing the AHL a bit. So those numbers are now ballooning a bit ridiculously.
He's still going to be a good NHLer with good to great numbers, if only (as I said earlier in the thread) because he's getting key time to learn/mesh with the rest of the Oilers key players. And, as said before, he's going to be the point man for a long time with that stacked group of youngsters.
But it's fair to say we've gotta not get carried away. The OKC team is just popping out numbers right now - they won't do that in the NHL.
Maybe once every 7,8 games, but not night-in, night-out.
He's a 40+ NHLer.
But too early to start yelling about Bobby Orr and 60+ seasons....although, as an owner, I'd love it.