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Edmonton Oilers' Connor McDavid has 'high hopes' for next season

Connor McDavid won’t turn 20 until January, but the prospective Edmonton Oilers captain doesn’t want anyone thinking of him as a teenager anymore.

The bar is already set incredibly high for the 19-year-old this season and while he wouldn’t divulge details on personal goals, McDavid did offer some insight into his own expectations for his sophomore campaign. 674 more words

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Edmonton Oilers Summer Review

Hello to all my followers both old and hopefully new! It’s been a while since I’ve written (9 months to be exact), but can you blame me for not wanting to document the same struggles of the Edmonton Oilers year after year? 714 more words

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McDavid 510 Elastic Knee Support, Medium

McDavid Inc. is the country’s highest quality producer of sports medicine braces and performance apparel. Braces are constructed of 100% latex free neoprene, providing thermal therapy, compression, and soft tissue support. 90 more words

Fantasy Tier List - Forwards (August 5)

The purpose of this list is to rank the top fantasy fowards in the NHL this coming year. This list is focused on pre-fantasy draft rankings but will be transitioned into weekly fantasy rankings once the NHL season begins. 1,091 more words

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Edmonton Oilers GM on the hot seat to find top-pairing defenceman

He’s moving into a stunning new arena, he has a generational franchise player as his centrepiece, he has job security and more young talent with which to wheel and deal than almost any other general manager in the NHL. 737 more words

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Oilers' McDavid loses NHL rookie of the year vote

Chicago Blackhawks forward Artemi Panarin won the Calder Trophy on Wednesday as the NHL’s rookie of the year.

The 24-year-old Russian led all rookies in goals (30), assists (47), points (77), power-play goals (eight), power-play points (24) and game-winning goals (7) in 80 games in 2015-16. 91 more words

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Why Ghost Should Win the Calder Trophy

With the NHL Awards being tonight and the Flyers’ very own Shayne Gostisbehere among those selected as a finalist for the NHL’s Calder Trophy, I figured I’d go over all the reasons why the young defenseman should be the one bringing home the hardware and not his fellow finalists Artemi Panarin or Connor McDavid. 868 more words

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