Fright night: Jimmy poops his costume

Robin Brownlee
October 30 2009 10:47AM

I've decided to take a page from Mike Babcock and let my three-year-old son Sam dress up as Jimmy Howard on Halloween so he can pretend to be an NHL goaltender.

The Edmonton Oilers should be thankful Babcock is so willing to entertain fantasy -- he did the same thing with Manny Legace -- because the way I saw Thursday's game against the Detroit Red Wings at Rexall Place, Little Jimmy is the main reason fans are dissecting a 6-5 shootout win instead of a fourth straight loss.

If Howard didn't look like an overwhelmed Senior B goaltender in the first period and allow three goals on 12 shots, the Oilers wouldn't have had 4-0 and 5-1 leads to blow before packing for Boston with two points thanks to Patrick O'Sullivan's shootout winner.

That's not to discount the importance of the deuce, especially given the Oilers had a three-game losing streak on the go and had seen their hands turn to wood in seven previous periods, but beating what's left of the Red Wings should be taken in context.

Howard pooped his costume early and the Oilers followed suit in the third period so badly I feared that Pat Quinn might take a twister at any moment before Nikolai Khabibulin locked it down in the shootout.

Thanks, Jimmy. Move along.

Here's your answer, smart guy

-- Fans and notepads questioned Quinn's decision to move Horcoff to the top line between Dustin Penner and Ales Hemsky -- a decision prompted by Mike Comrie taking ill again -- but I had no real issue with it.

The idea of the exercise, contrary to the opinions of some, isn't to bust Horcoff down to the third line as punishment for how inept he'd been, it's to try to get him going. The move worked.

I'm not for a second going to try to say Horcoff is the guy who made the threesome tick against the Red Wings, because Penner was the catalyst, or that he turned things around with a goal and two assists, but it's a start.

Still, Horcoff's performance was something of a STFU to some of the over-the-top criticism he's been taking.

-- Speaking of STFU, Penner's been doing a pretty good job of sticking it up the backsides of knuckleheads like me who never thought he'd bounce back from two so-so seasons the way he has.

With a goal and three assists, Penner was the difference-maker again. You look at his numbers and you'd swear it's late December based on his last two campaigns.

In case you missed it, without much fanfare, Penner dedicated the game to his grandfather, who passed away this week.

At random

-- While Quinn's line-up moves up front had the desired effect with Penner, Horcoff and Hemsky, the reunion of the Kid Line of Sam Gagner, Andrew Cogliano and Robert Nilsson fizzled. They got nothing done. I'd be surprised if Quinn re-visits that trio again any time soon.

-- Like Jason Gregor, I suspected right up until game time that Quinn might sneak Fernando Pisani back into the line-up. Don't be a bit surprised to see him back against the Bruins. That'll be cause for a roster move or two.

-- The Red Wings, even allowing for injuries, are a shadow of themselves. As Jim Devallano said recently after being jabbed in the ass with truth serum, Detroit is going to have to go some just to make the playoffs. I'll eat crow big-time after saying there's no chance Chicago passes them by this season.

-- Speaking of brutal prognostications, it's obvious nobody at ON had half-a-clue about Colorado in our pre-season picks. Jonathan Willis, Wanye, Amber McCormick, Gregor and I had the Avs picked 15th. Bingofuel had them 12th.

It goes to show what many people think -- we don't know shat and you can't just look at names and numbers and get it right. The Avs will come back to earth, but it's looking like they'll be a playoff team.

-- While Laddy Smid is busting out and becoming the shutdown-type defenceman this team needs, there's no way the Oilers can go much longer without Sheldon Souray, Steve Staios and, now, Lubomir Visnovsky. Yes, that's Captain Obvious material, but the question is: what is (and what can) GM Steve Tambellini going to do about it?

-- Listen to Robin Brownlee every Wednesday and Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. on Just A Game with Jason Gregor on TEAM 1260.

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#1 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 10:58AM
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Howard looked brutal, if you can't move to one side of the net to the other without tripping you shouldn't be in the NHL.

Missed the third period, but Bulin 5 goals? Now I see that is on 45 shots, but still.

Our defense needs someone right now, Peckham didn't look that great and Chorney and Strudwick make errors as well. Need another defensive d-man.

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#2 TDSM31
October 30 2009, 10:58AM
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Brownlee,

Penner...Team Canada....discuss.

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#3 bingofuel
October 30 2009, 11:03AM
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Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach wrote:

Howard looked brutal, if you can't move to one side of the net to the other without tripping you shouldn't be in the NHL.

Missed the third period, but Bulin 5 goals? Now I see that is on 45 shots, but still.

Our defense needs someone right now, Peckham didn't look that great and Chorney and Strudwick make errors as well. Need another defensive d-man.

You can't blame Bulin alone for those goals... He was subject to a shelling from the Wings while our defenders skated around without spirit. Bulin did the best he could with no one to help him.

At this point, I'd happily have my goat Staios come back, if only to shake things up.

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#4 Nick Dynasty
October 30 2009, 11:05AM
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@Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach

Our defence just needs to learn how to get out of the way of Bulin's view and stop kicking pucks in our own net. A bunch were scored off screened shots last night. The Helm goal was a perfect slap shot from the slot so can't really blame Habby on that either IMO.

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#5 OvenChicken8 - Team JSBM
October 30 2009, 11:13AM
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@Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach

IMO - Other than Penner Bulin was the only Oiler in the third that didn't completely implode. With the Wings walking all over/through/around our dmen they are extremely lucky to hold on long enough just to get into OT.

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#6 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 11:20AM
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OvenChicken8 - Team JSBM wrote:

IMO - Other than Penner Bulin was the only Oiler in the third that didn't completely implode. With the Wings walking all over/through/around our dmen they are extremely lucky to hold on long enough just to get into OT.

Well it's good to know that Bulin wasn't the reason we fell apart, but falling apart like that can't be happening this often.

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#7 Robin Brownlee
October 30 2009, 11:20AM
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TDSM31 wrote:

Brownlee,

Penner...Team Canada....discuss.

Write a complete sentence. Discuss . . .

Don't get ahead of yourself. How he's playing a month from now will matter a lot more. He's a longshot, at best, no matter what the timing.

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#8 Rick
October 30 2009, 11:22AM
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Brownlee - That's not to discount the importance of the deuce, ...

I guess that's what they call a double entendre.

...and yeah, I don't know how to highlight the quote.

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#9 Ogden Brother
October 30 2009, 11:23AM
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Life could get ugly for the Wings in the next year or two. Lidstrom has to be nearing the end, Franzen/Zetts and to a lesser extent Rafalski/Dasyuk are on the wrong side of 30 (or close) with contracts that will bring them to shady pines.

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#10 Evan
October 30 2009, 11:24AM
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Nothing about Hemsky in the article, who I thought had a very solid game. His hands were working and he limited the give-a-ways.

Smid played great too. I thought he was easily the best D-man on the ice last night and his value is growing fast. On the other hand, there is Gilbert who continues to look like a 1million dollar guy to me. I know you shouldn't base a guys value on his paycheck, but just saying Toms agent pulled a blindfold over Lowe's eyes with that contract.

Jimmy Howard looked terrible, man was he bad in the first. However, he did make a few nice stops in the last few minutes when it was 5-5. Still though, I see Detroit making a move for a goaltender before the all star break if they continue to struggle.

Detroit was better and we were awful in the third. We looked sluggish, tired and sick. Although I thought the game ended kinda perfect, I mean, how often do you get a wakeup call/learning experience and still come out with two points?

Question for Brownlee, how many other guys are having flu like symptoms? Looked like the whole team had the flu in the third.

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#11 Robin Brownlee
October 30 2009, 11:26AM
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Rick wrote:

Brownlee - That's not to discount the importance of the deuce, ...

I guess that's what they call a double entendre.

...and yeah, I don't know how to highlight the quote.

Nice catch. Now that's comprehension. Funny what happens when you read before posting.

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#12 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 11:28AM
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Ogden Brother wrote:

Life could get ugly for the Wings in the next year or two. Lidstrom has to be nearing the end, Franzen/Zetts and to a lesser extent Rafalski/Dasyuk are on the wrong side of 30 (or close) with contracts that will bring them to shady pines.

A year or two no, 3-5 years yes.

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#13 DK0
October 30 2009, 11:29AM
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I missed the 2nd and third periods (Damn you dodgeball) but upon watching the highlights, how can you blame 5 goals on Bulin? the 2 bombs from the point could maybe land in the 'had a chance to stop them' category but he was pretty screened on one of them. Another one off Chorney's leg is complete fluke and no goalie can stop those. Then the other 3 i don't think any of them were more then 1 cm off the crossbar and post, absolute sniper shots. Blame the team for allowing 45 shots and lots of them being high percentage scoring areas, don't blame Bulin.

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#14 DK0
October 30 2009, 11:31AM
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and i fail at math... 2+1+3!=5....

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#15 Dizzle
October 30 2009, 11:34AM
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Robin,

I noticed that the Oilers passed on Randy Jones. With Souray out for another month (tencer, I think said this) why did the oilers not pick him up in relief? When Souray comes back, get have jones as Staios replacment costing almost half as much. did you hear any reason why they did not pick him up and instead choose to run Strudwick in the top 4 rotation?

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#16 Ogden Brother
October 30 2009, 11:36AM
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Dizzle wrote:

Robin,

I noticed that the Oilers passed on Randy Jones. With Souray out for another month (tencer, I think said this) why did the oilers not pick him up in relief? When Souray comes back, get have jones as Staios replacment costing almost half as much. did you hear any reason why they did not pick him up and instead choose to run Strudwick in the top 4 rotation?

I belive LA was ahead of the Oil for waiver priority (not 100% sure though) so I guess we wont really know if they put a claim in. I do agree with you though. Jones would have been a nice pick up for 1.3 million and 0 assets.

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#17 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 11:37AM
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Dizzle wrote:

Robin,

I noticed that the Oilers passed on Randy Jones. With Souray out for another month (tencer, I think said this) why did the oilers not pick him up in relief? When Souray comes back, get have jones as Staios replacment costing almost half as much. did you hear any reason why they did not pick him up and instead choose to run Strudwick in the top 4 rotation?

Not that we didn't put a claim in on him, but LA was ahead of us in priority for the waiver wire.

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#18 OILER
October 30 2009, 11:40AM
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Considering Lubo has the flu and Steve is on the mend I dont see Tamby doing anything

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#19 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 11:42AM
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OILER wrote:

Considering Lubo has the flu and Steve is on the mend I dont see Tamby doing anything

Add that our next two games are against a struggling Boston and then the Isles and you could be right.

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#20 OILER
October 30 2009, 11:43AM
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@Evan

4 million dollars for a legitimate top 4 d man who is capable of playing a 1-2 pairing role, ya the wool has been pulled over..... Ur head

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#21 OILER
October 30 2009, 11:46AM
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I am glad this spell of unbelievable bad luck is hitting us now and not in March. Quinn will steady the ship, I am moved just hearing his post game comments, imagine the effect he is having on the boys. We will unfortunately have to weather this storm for a month, but if we can stay around the .500 mark, hopefully a few games over, I think we will be a stronger team in the long run

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#22 Evan
October 30 2009, 11:49AM
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OILER wrote:

4 million dollars for a legitimate top 4 d man who is capable of playing a 1-2 pairing role, ya the wool has been pulled over..... Ur head

The guy averages about 10 give-a-ways a game and he is a top 6 man. Watch him play more often, he's horrible in his own end and when a game is close he even loses the one thing he is supposed to be good at, moving the puck.

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#23 TDSM31
October 30 2009, 11:49AM
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Robin Brownlee wrote:

Write a complete sentence. Discuss . . .

Don't get ahead of yourself. How he's playing a month from now will matter a lot more. He's a longshot, at best, no matter what the timing.

Easy there Booger. Are you seriously carving me about my grammar and sentence structure???...this is a hockey forum not grade 9 English. As far as the issue goes, its probably something legitimate to talk about...With the way he's playing it warrants conversation which is something myself and many of my Oil brethren have started to discuss..so I'm hardly 'getting ahead of myself.' Simmma.

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#24 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 11:54AM
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Evan wrote:

The guy averages about 10 give-a-ways a game and he is a top 6 man. Watch him play more often, he's horrible in his own end and when a game is close he even loses the one thing he is supposed to be good at, moving the puck.

Gilbert has 13 all year so 10 a game is no where near close. He is also our top shot blocker on d right now. He may not be putting up the points, but like Horcoff too many people are on him simply because of his money.

Chorney has a higher giveaway rate then Gilbert, but he gets praised as if he is a god on here.

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#25 OILER
October 30 2009, 11:57AM
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@Evan

Were you of the same opinion last year when he put up 45 points and was a plus 6? Of course you were, he has struggled out of the gate for sure, but he will round into form.

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#26 OILER
October 30 2009, 11:59AM
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I have liked what I have seen of Talyor. But yeah our d has a whole right now is not the strong point it was last year. Lubo and Smid have been fine but the rest have struggled, we need our rock back. And everyone knows our rock is Shelly

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#27 OILER
October 30 2009, 12:01PM
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Struds and Peckham jesus that is the worst paring by far. way to slow and the can't move the puck to save their lives.

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#28 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 12:03PM
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OILER wrote:

I have liked what I have seen of Talyor. But yeah our d has a whole right now is not the strong point it was last year. Lubo and Smid have been fine but the rest have struggled, we need our rock back. And everyone knows our rock is Shelly

I like what he has shown too and I won't crap on him because he has been thrown into a situation that it shouldn't be, but at the sametime Grebs and Gilbert are being thrown into situations that wasn't expected out of them either.

So Grebs and Gilbert have 3 points each over the weekend then who do we start whinning about?

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#29 Reagan
October 30 2009, 12:08PM
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The idea of Penner playing for Team Canada is plain wrong. He not proven anything but a good start this year. Not a Chance!

I'm excited to see if the Oilers actually do something in regards to their salary cap situation any time soon. Who gets the first cut?

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#30 Gregors dirty 'stash
October 30 2009, 12:10PM
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Hey Robin,

Is there any update other then "day to day" on Souray?

Would Staios be ready by mid next week do you think?

Thanks.

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#31 Gregors dirty 'stash
October 30 2009, 12:11PM
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I am going with SMAC getting the first cut.

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#32 stilldrinkingthekoolaid
October 30 2009, 12:19PM
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Deletions Kotalik,Roloson,Brodziak Additions Jacques,Stone,Comrie Nuff said!

Until we add a f/off guy and hopefully a top 6 score(how we can do is beyond me), iwill enjoy what has been a enjoyable all be it frustrating ride.

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#33 Dan the Man
October 30 2009, 12:21PM
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I can't see the Oil doing making any changes on D, I can't see Lubo missing too many more games and if Staios is skating it shouldn't be too long for him either.

I hate to bring up the Heatly trade again but is it ironic that the players most people (including me) were the least concerned about giving up (Penner and Smid) have been the teams MVP's?

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#34 Evan
October 30 2009, 12:22PM
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OILER wrote:

Were you of the same opinion last year when he put up 45 points and was a plus 6? Of course you were, he has struggled out of the gate for sure, but he will round into form.

Yeah, you're right I was. I am being a bit overly negative to make my point, but I just think (when our guys are healthy) he does not fit into the top six. With Lubo, Grebs, Souray, and Smid I think we have a really solid top 4. Gilbert just lacks the toughness around the net and although grebs might have more give-a-aways, it seems like Gilberts lead directly to opposing scoring chances because they always take place in front of our net. I think Grebs does a lot of the same things, just better than Gilbert does them. And addressing the 45 points (I don't think he will get 40 this year) I agree with Brownlee when he mentions the second-assist effect.

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#35 Evan
October 30 2009, 12:22PM
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@Evan

*I meant top 4, of course he fits into our top six.

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#36 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 12:23PM
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stilldrinkingthekoolaid wrote:

Deletions Kotalik,Roloson,Brodziak Additions Jacques,Stone,Comrie Nuff said!

Until we add a f/off guy and hopefully a top 6 score(how we can do is beyond me), iwill enjoy what has been a enjoyable all be it frustrating ride.

If you are deleting Kotalik then add O'Sullivan. And no Brule or Bulin?

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#37 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 12:25PM
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Evan wrote:

Yeah, you're right I was. I am being a bit overly negative to make my point, but I just think (when our guys are healthy) he does not fit into the top six. With Lubo, Grebs, Souray, and Smid I think we have a really solid top 4. Gilbert just lacks the toughness around the net and although grebs might have more give-a-aways, it seems like Gilberts lead directly to opposing scoring chances because they always take place in front of our net. I think Grebs does a lot of the same things, just better than Gilbert does them. And addressing the 45 points (I don't think he will get 40 this year) I agree with Brownlee when he mentions the second-assist effect.

I still think Smid and Staios are our only defensive forwards in the top 6. Lubo and Souray get burnt on the rush as much as Gilbert and Grebs turn the puck over with passes. It has been nice to see Smid be able to be a #4, might make it easier to deal one of the offesnive d-men.

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#38 stilldrinkingthekoolaid
October 30 2009, 12:27PM
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Oops! Agree about the wall and Brule, however POS was here last year even if only for a bit.

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#39 Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach
October 30 2009, 12:30PM
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stilldrinkingthekoolaid wrote:

Oops! Agree about the wall and Brule, however POS was here last year even if only for a bit.

Kotalik was only here for the exact same amount so if you include him as a loss then O'Sullivan has to be an addition.

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#40 Ogden Brother
October 30 2009, 12:41PM
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Reagan wrote:

The idea of Penner playing for Team Canada is plain wrong. He not proven anything but a good start this year. Not a Chance!

I'm excited to see if the Oilers actually do something in regards to their salary cap situation any time soon. Who gets the first cut?

Your right, it's far to early. But if he's top 5 in scoring when it's time to pick (he's #1 amoungst Canadian players so far) he's got to at least be in the mix.

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#41 Jmask5
October 30 2009, 12:42PM
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Yeah Howard sucked but the amount of turnovers Detroit had was abysmal and they didn't deserve to win the game. I say its only fair that it went into the shootout because both teams were equally bad in the defensive zone.

As for luck, Edmonton was lucky that Detroit hit so many Posts and Detroit was lucky that Taylor Chorney was standing in front of the net like a Pylon. I say if that goal doesn't go in there is no comeback.

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#42 the fish
October 30 2009, 12:57PM
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Brownlee, you can be a real miserable old buggar. Discuss

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#43 Word
October 30 2009, 01:05PM
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Ogden Brother Jr. - Team Strudwick for coach wrote:

Kotalik was only here for the exact same amount so if you include him as a loss then O'Sullivan has to be an addition.

?

Kotalik as a deletion implies he was already here. Which implies Sully was already here and cannot be an addition. No?

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#44 cableguy - 2nd Tier Fan
October 30 2009, 01:12PM
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the fish wrote:

Brownlee, you can be a real miserable old buggar. Discuss

it's pretty simple.

don't be a douchebag and brownlee won't call you on it.

this should be item #1 on the oilersnation code of conduct

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#45 stilldrinkingthekoolaid
October 30 2009, 01:16PM
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Word wrote:

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Kotalik as a deletion implies he was already here. Which implies Sully was already here and cannot be an addition. No?

tOmAto - tUmAto

All I'm saying is there have been no real upgrades to this team. We have moved sideways at best in talent and to expect even as much success as the Oil has enjoyed would be ridiculous. So hang on and enjoy the ride, it has been ages since this team was so unpredictable and therefore so much FUN!

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#46 TDSM31
October 30 2009, 01:33PM
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cableguy - 2nd Tier Fan wrote:

it's pretty simple.

don't be a douchebag and brownlee won't call you on it.

this should be item #1 on the oilersnation code of conduct

Fawk cableguy, get your mouth off of Brownlee's cock. How about that for being #1 item on oilersnation code of conduct?

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#47 The Fish
October 30 2009, 01:47PM
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cableguy - 2nd Tier Fan wrote:

it's pretty simple.

don't be a douchebag and brownlee won't call you on it.

this should be item #1 on the oilersnation code of conduct

So you are not allowed to open something for discussion on this discussion based website? I was not aware that there were so many rules. This is not Warcraft which I am assuming you are balls deep in right now.

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#48 Ogden Brother
October 30 2009, 01:47PM
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Word wrote:

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Kotalik as a deletion implies he was already here. Which implies Sully was already here and cannot be an addition. No?

jr gets confused sometimes, just let it be.

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#49 Ogden Brother
October 30 2009, 01:50PM
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So the NYI have decided that Schremp is incapable of playing the wing and will have to cut it as a center (moving up from the PB).... looks like his time in the show is coming to an end.

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#50 Jmask5
October 30 2009, 01:52PM
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Come on guys let's stay on topic. Now where were we... Oh yea Oilers D was abysmal last night. Discuss

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