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Penguins' Marc-Andre Fleury records 300th win vs. Bruins

Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury recorded the 300th win of his career Monday, a 3-2 overtime victory over the Boston Bruins.

In needing just 547 games to reach the milestone, Fleury became the third-fastest to 300 behind only Jacques Plante and Andy Moog. 13 more words


Barry Fraser, architect of '84 Oiler Stanley Cup team can't make reunion

Chief scout Barry Fraser, who had a huge hand in putting together the 1984 Edmonton Oiler Stanley Cup champions, regretfully won’t be here for the reunion this week because his place in Mexico,  at Cabo san Lucas, was damaged three weeks ago by Hurricane Odile. 303 more words

Oil Spills

Net result: Scrivens and Fasth splitting duties working beautifully

Goalies can get territorial about their 4’x6′ net, feeling it’s their property alone and everybody else is a squatter.

Like Hall of Famer Eddie Belfour who reportedly gave teammate Marty Turco the cold shoulder in Dallas when Belfour was getting on in years but still the acknowledged starter before the younger Turco took the cage. 1,034 more words

Oil Spills

The best Oiler goalies of all time

It’s been over a month and somehow I haven’t written about my sporting roots yet and I’m not talking CFL.  The sport I followed the most as a kid was hockey.  689 more words


The day the Edmonton Oilers let Geoff Courtnall slip through their fingers

The worst trades in Edmonton Oilers history: Geoff Courtnall for Greg Adams, July 22, 1998

Over their history, the Edmonton Oilers have made many good trades. 747 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Edmonton Oilers’ top-10 all-time best draft picks: #7 Andy Moog

When people think of the Oilers’ glory years goaltenders, two names typically come to mind, and neither of them is Andy Moog. Moog, the 132nd overall pick in the 1980 Draft quickly got some tough competition for his spot in Edmonton’s system when the team took Grant Fuhr eighth overall the following year. 871 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Sather compares Kreider's call-up to when he did the same in Edmonton

Seeing former Boston College star Chris Kreider get the sudden call to play in the New York Rangers’ first round series with Ottawa has been surprising yet tough on the kid. 225 more words

New York Rangers