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Milan Lucic selects number with tough Edmonton Oilers history

Smashing thought; Milan Lucic won’t be the toughest player to have worn No. 27 for the Edmonton Oilers.

Before “Looch”, there was “Sammy”, Dave Semenko. 939 more words

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Does Size Matter?

No matter how often this question is being asked, and whom it is asked to, you always find two totally different answers to it. Wives and girlfriends are split on the topic, and so are Habs’ fans, who have had to suffer through years of “shortage” and nicknames like Smurfs for their beloved team. 460 more words

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Local roundup: Spitfires sign assistant coach Jerrod Smith to two-year deal

The Windsor Spitfires have signed assistant coach Jerrod Smith to a new two-year contract.

The 32-year-old Smith will remain with head coach Rocky Thompson and associate coach Trevor Letowski on the Windsor bench. 446 more words


Edmonton Oilers sign Kassian to one-year deal

EDMONTON – The Edmonton Oilers have signed winger Zack Kassian to a one-year contract.

The 25-year-old Kassian appeared in 36 games with the Oilers last season, posting eight points (three goals, five assists) and 114 penalty minutes. 151 more words


Edmonton Oilers sign Zack Kassian to a one-year contract

On an Edmonton Oilers’ team big on deft, Zack Kassian gives them heft.

To borrow one of former Oilers coach Tom Renney’s favourite expressions, it’s “arrows up” for the right-winger who did enough in his half-season audition here to get a new one-year contract, albeit for a bit of a haircut off last season’s $1.75 million salary. 728 more words

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Cult of Hockey: Oilers reportedly bringing back big, bad Zack Kassian

This in from TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Edmonton Oilers about to sign winger Zack Kassian on a one-year contract. There’s no word yet on what his cap hit will be. 307 more words

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Cult of Hockey: Chiarelli disappointed with Oilers. Here are 5 reasons why I'm not.

In his season-ending media conference, Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli expressed much disappointment with the Edmonton Oilers in 2015-16. He had expected the team to rise from 62 points in the standings to 82 points. 549 more words

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