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Rangers Fan Remembers Mark Messier and 9/11 In One Tasteful Tattoo

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Mark Messier helped the New York Rangers win their first Stanley Cup in 54 years on June 14, 1994.

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Hockey World: Petr Klima figures prominently in Edmonton Oilers history

Petr Klima, who scored the second greatest overtime playoff goal in Edmonton Oilers history, has draft-eligible twin sons Kevin and Kelly, who are lighting it up for the junior Moncton Wildcats these days. 1,804 more words

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Cuckoo for Connor: Oilers' McDavid makes lasting impression on Edmonton in 2015

It can be found on the odd wind-worn lamppost on downtown streets of Edmonton — a loonie-sized sticker that is equal parts idolatrous and sacrilegious. 785 more words

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The Edmonton Oilers published a cookbook during the 1980-81 season as fundraiser for the Evelyn Unger School for Language and Learning Development. I don’t know what they were selling it for, but I can report that the cerlox-bound, 62-page epic includes everything you need to know to whip up Jari Kurri’s Karelian Ragout, Glenn Anderson’s Cherry Cheese Cake, and/or a Kevin Lowe Tourtiere. Not to mention:


Cult of Hockey: Glen Sather's secret weapon for winning: frugality

(Editor’s note: In 2011, we ran a series of stories about the career of Oilers trainer Barrie Stafford, who worked as closely over the years with Glen Sather as almost anyone on the Oilers. 3,204 more words

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New community rink to be named for Edmonton Oilers coaching great Glen Sather

Glen Sather rarely ran short on words in his time with the Edmonton Oilers, but he was almost at a loss for them Thursday at a city celebration saluting the architect of the Oilers dynasty. 1,482 more words

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