Rob Schremp, perhaps best known around hockey for his trick shots in practices and shootouts throughout the minor leagues and his various NHL stops, has reportedly signed with Modo of the Swedish Elite League according to Risto Puckarinen and Newsday's Katie Strang.
His raw skill and puckhandling abilities are incredible, but it's never really translated to success at the NHL level due to other shortcomings in his game (like his play when he doesn't have the puck). He's scored 20 goals in 114 NHL games with the Oilers, Islanders and Thrashers, including a career-high 13 this past season.
He's been claimed on waivers twice in his career, and was a free agent this summer, seemingly unable to find an NHL team willing to take another shot on his offensive abilities.
If nothing else, he's fun to watch, and seems to be, for lack of a better analogy, hockey's answer to an AND1 basketball player: entertaining, but not necessarily destined to be a star in the big leagues. Still, we enjoy watching him do what he does best.
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