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When The Price Is Wrong

There are times in a players’ career when they go through some tough times. It can be caused by personal issues, it can be due to nagging injuries the player is battling through, or it can simply be a slump, a loss of confidence, a state of mind. 615 more words

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Cult of Hockey Game-Day: The Edmonton Oilers embark upon a February schedule that will make you shiver

Don McLean penned the lyric “February made me shiver”, in his epic ode to Buddy Holly, “American Pie”.

That line could also describe the feeling one gets, when studying the Edmonton Oilers February schedule. 789 more words

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NHL All Star Game: Pacific Walk Away From Central, 10-3

The Pacific division, winners of last year’s inaugural 3v3 All-Star tournament, took the right first step in repeating in this season’s edition, rolling over the Central division by the wide margin of 10-3. 386 more words


P.K. Subban crashes Drew Doughty's media scrum with hilarious results

Los Angeles – What’s an All-Star Weekend without a little bit of the P.K. Subban show? After Saturday night’s Skills Competition, Subban took over reporting duties for the LA Kings team site and threw some questions at defenseman Doughty, who was a good sport about the entire thing. 74 more words


Talbot gets the start in Oilers net while P.K. Subban returns for Nashville

While it’s mildly surprising that the Edmonton Oilers will stick with work-horse goalie Cam Talbot rather than go to young backup Laurent Brossoit against the visiting Nashville Predators Friday night, what came as a thunderbolt was the news P.K. 477 more words

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What do you Shea? Nashville GM David Poile talks Weber for Subban trade

Some general managers approach every trade possibility with the old analysis by paralysis, over-thinking it.

Not David Poile.

The Nashville Predators GM has never been shy to wheel and deal. 816 more words


It took a while, but Oilers' rearguard Adam Larsson has been finding his form

Give or take the drafting of Connor McDavid (for which he deserves zero credit), the signature moment in Peter Chiarelli’s now-21-month regime at the helm of the Edmonton Oilers was the one-for-one trade of star forward Taylor Hall to New Jersey for emerging defender Adam Larsson. 1,425 more words

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