Jordan Schroeder rode into camp last year with high expectations, both from the Canucks and from himself. A year removed from leaving the University of Minnesota to join the Manitoba Moose just in time for the Calder playoff run — a stint where he put up 15 points in 17 games, including a hat trick — it was assumed that Schroeder’s first full pro season would yield an AHL superstar, and possibly even an NHLer.

Instead, Schroeder hit a wall, underestimating the gruelling schedule and the conditioning level required to suffer through it.

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