While it appears the Edmonton Oilers high-jacked David Perron from the St. Louis Blues when they traded for him this summer, offering up a much-lesser Magnus Paajarvi and a second-round pick, the Blues only moved Perron because they needed lots of money to sign Pietrangelo and have the dough to also pursue centres Val Filppula, Stephen Weiss or Derek Roy as free-agents. 147 more words
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David Perron is obviously not the superstitious sort, otherwise, he never would have jeopardized his current point streak by cutting his hair.
“Well, I haven’t washed my hands yet,” joked the Edmonton Oilers leading goal scorer. 487 more words
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) – It would be difficult to find a team much harder to figure out than the Edmonton Oilers.
Perron keeping pace with Pipe Line as peak Oil producers
If you put an NHL season on the scale of a single game, the 27-game mark represents the end of the first period. 1,040 more words
Some guys will never look in the mirror, afraid of what they’ll see, but when Ryan Smyth looked at himself last season it was hard not to see a shell of the player he once was, with just two goals in 47 Edmonton Oilers’ games, and only 13 points. 1,291 more words