Almost every goal scored by our strikers have been due to fine service. In general, without good service, goals will be difficult to produce. Sure for his goals, it didn't require any serious physical battles, but he knows his limitations and is finding the right places to be to be tied as our leading scorer. I think his second goal showed his ability to get in the tough areas and getting a header for a guy his size should not be ignored. I agree that there has been some great passes for these goals, but not everyone has the killer instinct after receiving the passes.
Look at Hassli's goals, none have been a result of using his large size. His first two were off nice feeds to give him basically wide open tap ins. His third goal was a result of Camilo's work to draw the penalty in the box (dive or not is another debate).
While Camilo has been up front, especially in the SKC game, it allowed him to be first on the ball and use his creativity to get into the box and make plays. Pushing him back into the middle could work, but I have no problem with his role right now. Although, my only complaint is his diving is getting to be a bit much.
Shouldn't you generally mark the opposing team's DP? It's like leaving Peter Crouch unattended. Sooner or later, he'll find the back of the net.
2 of Hassli's goals came via questionable/non existant marking from TFC. There's no way that Harris and Hassli should've been able to run free through TFC's half for Hassli's 2nd.
While it would be nice to have a Drogba type striker, I don't think the Whitecaps need it, especially with guys like Teibert and Chiumiento who can attack from the midfield. Having said that, I'd keep Camilo as a forward, however, having seen what Camilo can do with the ball at his feet, I'm not debating that at all, I think it might be more effective if you have Hassli as the furthest upfield and have Camilo slot in between the midfield and Hassli, allowing Camilo the freedom to start a run and have Hassli as an outlet.