LONE RANGER

Lowetide
January 10 2013 05:22PM

How many transactions do you think we'll see between the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (soon!) and opening night? My guess is several, and some of them might involve the Oilers.

THE NHL OILERS

There are basically three areas of concern: defense, where the club has some question marks in terms of health and would clearly be looking for a replacement for Andy Sutton; goal, where Nikolai Khabibulin is a question mark in terms of healthy and consistency; and center, where extreme youth and extreme age exist together and no candidate appears ideal for the heavy chores that will arrive one week from Saturday.

  • D Paul Ranger, Toronto Marlies (AHL): He was away from the game for a couple of years, but from all reports Ranger has been outstanding in the minors this season. I have no idea what the price might be, but the Oilers would certainly be able to satisfy the Leafs (Ranger is signed to a minor league deal, so I'm not certain about waivers). 28, strong as an ox and with good size, Ranger is very likely to grab an NHL job this or next year. The Oilers would be wise to pursue Ranger as an NHL option (he is the player in photo above).
  • G Ben Bishop, Ottawa Senators (NHL): Ottawa has an established NHL veteran (Craig Anderson) and an outstanding NHL ready option in the minors (Robin Lehner, he of the .944 SP in Bingo) and Bishop who has also been very effective in the AHL. Making a trade to get him means Khabibulin's career is over, but we're talking a matter of months not years in that regard.
  • C Jason Arnott, UFA: He's older than dirt (I'm older than THAT) but the big man probably has some left and might welcome a return to where it all started 20 years ago. Arnott could slide into the C position with Belanger or perhaps even Horcoff sliding over to the wing.

THE AHL BARONS

I would guess we'll see at least one surprise addition to the IR list that will no doubt include Andy Sutton and may also include NK. We'll know much more on Sunday, but I suspect the callup list from OKC on Saturday may include all of Teemu Hartikainen, Magnus Paajarvi, Chris VandeVelde, Anton Lander, Colten Teubert and Yann Danis. And I'm not certain the Barons will get more than just Lander back later in the week.

That means adding bodies, and the mayhem started this afternoon as OKC signed D Andrew Hotham (in photo) who had been playing with the wonderfully named Wheeling Nailers of the ECHL. Expect a forward or two sometime in the next few days depending on how many men are sent south during TC.

WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

Excitement is building. You know, this Oiler team has a chance to make the playoffs--and two or three wise additions could put them in a very good position before puck drop, opening night. I do not recall the last time Oiler fans knew that feeling, but it was a long time ago.

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#1 David S
January 10 2013, 05:29PM
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Solid WDIAMB!

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#2 Darrell
January 10 2013, 05:29PM
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Let there be Oil this Spring ..... lots and lots of Oil!

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#3 match16
January 10 2013, 05:29PM
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What about the "WOW" factor trade?

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#4 Mark-LW
January 10 2013, 05:40PM
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"WOW" factor trade: Edmontons 4th round draft pick in 2014 for the Islanders' 4th and 5th.

Book it.

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#5 Fifthcartel
January 10 2013, 05:44PM
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I really hope they look into trading for Bishop to back up Dubnyk, and another defencemen.

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#6 Olli Jokinen
January 10 2013, 05:44PM
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Paul Ranger is not interested in playing in the NHL this season at all, Bob McKenzie said so on tsn yesterday. He's living at home in Whitby and coaching minor midget in Whitby.

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#7 Starving Student
January 10 2013, 05:51PM
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Since the Oilers need depth... Wade Redden + picks for whatever then use one of the two free buyouts. Connection with NYR, we have cap space kind of makes sense.

Thoughts?

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#9 Cody anderson
January 10 2013, 06:13PM
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If we added Arnott on a 1 or 2 yr deal it would really strengthen our centre position.

I would love to see the Oil add a goalie to backup Dubnyk, but I would be surprised to see it happen unless he struggles early.

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#10 Truth
January 10 2013, 06:18PM
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Starving Student wrote:

Since the Oilers need depth... Wade Redden + picks for whatever then use one of the two free buyouts. Connection with NYR, we have cap space kind of makes sense.

Thoughts?

I haven't really heard much on how Wade Redden is playing, but he is owed $5M (if they played a full year) this year and $5M next. I am guessing he is a 6-7 Dman at best as he hasn't even been been thought about for a call up, as far as I know. $8M for 48 games + playoffs (fingers crossed) for a 6-7 Dman would be an awful lot to expect from Katz. Maybe if they threw in at least 2 first round picks or a useful player (Del Zotto???) in the mix I can't see the Oilers doing it.

I wouldn't do it. That 6.5M cap hit could be crucial if the Oil are looking good around trade deadline day. Not to mention the ridiculous amount of cash you'd have to give Peckham's replacement.

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#11 westcoastoil
January 10 2013, 06:34PM
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WDIAMB??

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#12 OilerFaninNYC
January 10 2013, 06:52PM
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Mr. Mitchell, I'm a long time reader of both your blog and Oilers Nation but this is my first time posting. Until last year I lived in Tokyo the last 10 years so for a very long time you were one of my only sources for info on the Oilers, whom I've been a fan of for 28 years, so I wanted to thank you for all your insight and colourful, sometimes-too-frank-for-the-brass commentary. I agree that there are some good options to add depth to the blue line without giving up significant assets, and I think a push towards playoff contention can be made without making any rash "wow" trades yet. After one of the worst "winters" in memory ( the only time I lived in Edmonton and got to listen to or watch every game was during the Zdeno Ciger- Kevin Todd- Shayne Corson days) I think we are very near the point where we hit "even these guys can't screw this up," but we aren't there yet and I'm just very fearful that in an effort to make a splash post-lockout like the Pronger trade, we trade a future star for two years of an above average contributor. We've waited too long suffering an uncompetitive, sometimes painful to watch team, let's not settle for those 7th place-face Dallas in the first round- heart attack and heartbreak kids teams (and I loved Weight, Guerin, Grier et al), but instead stay patient for a true division-winning perennial Cup threat. I can only hope the management team can see the bigger picture and not trade our non-first overall, not-as-shiny prospects before we see what we have in them (Gagner, MPS, Hartikainen, etc.). In a short season, with a better backup goalie and depth on D like Ranger I think we can make a run at the second season (and maybe fall short but learn a lot from it).

Anyway, thank you. And what compelled me to finally post? Ms. Marceau is my all-time favourite woman.

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#13 revingev
January 10 2013, 07:10PM
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ok Lowetide, I keep hearing you mention Khabby being suggested that he may not be ready? Is this a hunch? Have you been hearing something from some people who are closer to the training staff?

While I am perfectly onside with a more consistent backup to Dubby this year, I see no way they pick up another goaltender in this shortened season until they see what they have in Khabby coming out of the gates. IF he is possibly not ready health wise, absolutely it makes sense. I say get Bishop immediately, he would fit in perfectly. (wanted him here in Edmonton not Ottawa originally).

Also I am thinking that they may just feel that they need Khabby even as a mentor into the culture and professionalism of the game for Nail Yakupov. He can make things much smoother for someone like Nail.

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#15 Will
January 10 2013, 07:40PM
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The overriding feeling that I get from these articles is that there just isn't much out there in terms of what we need, and the best options are going to be a possible trade, or to develop internally.

That said I also know that if some questions surrounding the team are answered positively instead of negatively, then we're not as bad as many of us might think.

For example, if Dubnyk plays how he did after the allstar break, nothing to worry about in goal.

If Whitney is indeed, as he says, healthy again, then our defense almost instantly goes from poor to formidable. Especially if Petry continues to develop, and Smid plays like he was or better than last year. Smid Petry, Whitney, Schultz, and the old Schultz stalwart is actually a fantastic defense core if things go right. Finally, imagine if Peckham gets back to how he used to be pre concussion. Oh man, that is just a great mix of big mean, strong, steady, and talented back there.

To me, the only real questions are how will our veterans fair, and are we too small up front. The second question might at least be helped by the addition of Hartikinen. That kid is almost exactly what our top six needs, and if successful plugs a very big hole.

So finally, the last piece of the puzzle is a bigger second line center. Who is that going to be? I doubt we find out this season, but I bet it's answered on day one of free agency (or perhaps at the draft as the top ten is loaded with big skilled centers). Dream of dreams, Getzlaf has another bad season, and we pick him up for a reduced price to come in and center Hall and Yak. OMG that line would be out of control.

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#16 justDOit
January 10 2013, 07:46PM
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The Wheeling Nailers - my what a perfect team name. And it also sounds like a good nickname for the Oilers (hopefully).

"WHEEL WHEEL WHEEL!"

"NAIL NAIL NAIL!"

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#17 jonnyquixote
January 10 2013, 07:47PM
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Any thoughts/information on Wade Redden? With one year beyond this season left on his contract, and the ability of the Rangers now to retain up to half his salary/cap space, maybe a team like the Oilers that desperately need some veteran stability could use him.

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#18 justDOit
January 10 2013, 07:50PM
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@Truth

Oilers interest in Del Zotto is rumored to be e4 - that's some serious SH!T!

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#19 justDOit
January 10 2013, 07:51PM
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@jonnyquixote

already covered above

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#20 justDOit
January 10 2013, 07:55PM
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match16 wrote:

What about the "WOW" factor trade?

Bishop for MPS would be fine by me. Anything other than hoping NK can turn his game around from what it's been since the 1/4 mark of last season.

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#21 David S
January 10 2013, 08:19PM
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westcoastoil wrote:

WDIAMB??

What Does It All Mean Babe

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#22 Poolanov
January 10 2013, 08:23PM
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I see Scott Cullen has his point predictions up on TSN. Top Oiler... RNH at 45th overall with 13g 23a - 36pts, next is Ebs at 55th with 15-19 34pts, and Hall at 63rd 16-17 33pts. REALLY!!!!!!!! What rock has this moron been hiding under.

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#23 OilersAreAwesome14
January 10 2013, 08:39PM
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Del Zotto to EDM? To EDM: Del Zotto To NYR: Paajarvi, 14' 1st, and a mid-range prospect. NYR just wants to free up cap space seems sweet to me

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#24 sec206
January 10 2013, 08:47PM
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is redden even playing anywhere right now? just say no

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#25 Dog Train
January 10 2013, 09:03PM
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Things should get pretty interesting on Sunday. It's almost like a mini trade deadline except there's no definitive end to it. You have to imagine that some GMs have been batting ideas around during the whole lockout nonsense.

I wouldn't mind adding a guy like Bishop. Danis is nice insurance but I think the Barons will need solid goaltending down the stretch because their offense has been gutted significantly. They will have to go back to last year's score just enough by committee approach.

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#26 justDOit
January 10 2013, 09:19PM
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@Dog Train

More like a trade deadline in reverse - giving the GMs time to talk and plan, and then firing the starting pistol!

Duck Season! Wabbit Season! Defense Season!

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#27 Walter Sobchak
January 10 2013, 09:23PM
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Jason Arnott would be a great pick up for a the year, he could play up and down the line no problem, he's better center then everyone not named RNH.

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#28 Alex87
January 10 2013, 09:47PM
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Ranger would be sweet but it seems like there is a lot of speculation pointing to him staying close to home given his personal issues.

http://sports.nationalpost.com/2012/09/28/paul-ranger-excited-for-new-beginning-with-toronto-marlies/

Given where his career was at when he left, and his current age, I'd say there's a good chance he can play at his old levels. If the Oilers were somehow able to pry him out of Toronto, I think it might be one of the best moves of Tambellini's career with the Oil.

Arnott makes a lot of sense. Could be an Adam Oates style acquisition.

Still have a hard time believing that once upon a time this team could get useful defenders like Staios and Smith for a song. Nowadays it seems like the pro scouting is better and these guys never become available.

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#29 thebiggestmanintheworld
January 10 2013, 09:59PM
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People think we should TRADE for Redden???

Wow.......

I mean, I might consider sending a 8th round pick for him, but even then.......

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#30 justDOit
January 10 2013, 10:18PM
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@thebiggestmanintheworld

It's being discussed that any such trade will also include some kind of incentive - a nice pick or a prospect.

For instance, I would take Redden and Del Zotto for MPS, if NYR would retain 1/2 of Redden's salary and cap hit.

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#31 a lg dubl dubl
January 10 2013, 10:27PM
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OilersAreAwesome14 wrote:

Del Zotto to EDM? To EDM: Del Zotto To NYR: Paajarvi, 14' 1st, and a mid-range prospect. NYR just wants to free up cap space seems sweet to me

As much as Id like to see Del Zotto in Oiler silks, I dont think this trade happens unless Mr.Dithers isn't going to re-sign Whitney.

But since I like playng with rumors like this Im going to say:

PRV,Peckham, and this years 1st for Del Zotto

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#32 longbottom/P.Biglow
January 10 2013, 11:01PM
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a lg dubl dubl wrote:

As much as Id like to see Del Zotto in Oiler silks, I dont think this trade happens unless Mr.Dithers isn't going to re-sign Whitney.

But since I like playng with rumors like this Im going to say:

PRV,Peckham, and this years 1st for Del Zotto

Can you say overpayment? Are you a closet ranger fan?

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#33 Bonvie
January 10 2013, 11:03PM
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Paul Ranger would make a great acquisition he along with Arnott and Bishop are about the only guys of value left in the shallow UFA pool.

I have been reading articles about Ranger and watched an interview with him and it sounds to me like he does want to play in the NHL again.

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#34 longbottom/P.Biglow
January 10 2013, 11:07PM
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a lg dubl dubl wrote:

As much as Id like to see Del Zotto in Oiler silks, I dont think this trade happens unless Mr.Dithers isn't going to re-sign Whitney.

But since I like playng with rumors like this Im going to say:

PRV,Peckham, and this years 1st for Del Zotto

Can you say overpayment? Are you a closet ranger fan?

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#35 Mike Modano's Dog
January 11 2013, 02:25AM
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As we learned from past years, trading away 1st round picks as close as we are to a tear-down/rebuild is not the way to go. Especially with a Nathan MacKinnon in the next draft. I'm cheering as hard as anyone for the Oilers this year but like the other years we have to wait and see how our team progresses before I would even DREAM of giving that pick away.

I recall hearing that we should trade our 2011 and 2012 picks as there was no way we would draft 1st overall (again) that year. Thank God patience prevailed...and it still needs to, IMO. That said, hopefully SI IS right about us this year! ;)

Also, I'd never give up that much (a 1st - and I'd never trade PRV, regardless) for Del Zotto who will need a big, fat contract immediately!

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#36 eastcoastoil
January 11 2013, 03:33AM
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Isn't Del Zotto the same player that Justin Schultz is?

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#37 oilerman53
January 11 2013, 04:04AM
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I think the Oilers might be better suited going after someone like Brent Seabrook, for years the Hawks have been interested in Gagner and a one for one seems like a fair deal here. Seabrook is a defensive stalwart and a rock back there, Gagner goesnto a Chicago team thats already tiny.

With the buyout amnesty clause you most definitely have to think that Horcoff is on the radar here. Buy him out and sign him at reduced dollars. Arnott signing here would be a savvy move IMO, he can definitely slide into a top nine role and maybe give the Oilers time to try Taylor Hall at center.

After the trades you would have a pretty solid lineup that looked like this.

Paajarvi Nuge Ebs Hemsky Hall Yak Smyth Arnott Jones Hartikainen Horcoff Eager/Petrell/Lander/Hordi

Schultz Seabrook Whitney Schultz Smid Petry Peckham

Dubey Boozin

That looks like a pretty solid lineup to me, Paajarvi should be given some big minutes with Nuge and Ebs to see if he can hang on the top unit.

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#38 northof51
January 11 2013, 08:04AM
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oilerman53 wrote:

I think the Oilers might be better suited going after someone like Brent Seabrook, for years the Hawks have been interested in Gagner and a one for one seems like a fair deal here. Seabrook is a defensive stalwart and a rock back there, Gagner goesnto a Chicago team thats already tiny.

With the buyout amnesty clause you most definitely have to think that Horcoff is on the radar here. Buy him out and sign him at reduced dollars. Arnott signing here would be a savvy move IMO, he can definitely slide into a top nine role and maybe give the Oilers time to try Taylor Hall at center.

After the trades you would have a pretty solid lineup that looked like this.

Paajarvi Nuge Ebs Hemsky Hall Yak Smyth Arnott Jones Hartikainen Horcoff Eager/Petrell/Lander/Hordi

Schultz Seabrook Whitney Schultz Smid Petry Peckham

Dubey Boozin

That looks like a pretty solid lineup to me, Paajarvi should be given some big minutes with Nuge and Ebs to see if he can hang on the top unit.

All seems well, but I believe that you cannot re-sign a player that you have bought out. So to buy out Horcoff is to send him away to another team...

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#39 Mike Modano's Dog
January 11 2013, 08:04AM
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@oilerman53

I agree with much of what you said. Paajarvi given a very healthy chance with our skill players is one that I firmly agree with. But all in good time, and maybe more confidence and proof to our big wigs of what he provides from his time in the minors could turn out to be the best thing for his Oilers career right now. I read that he created 15 scoring chances himself the first night that Hall, Ebs, and all left the team. Perhaps David Staples is right, and he produces much more when he is counted on to do so. That's not a bad thing either, and we certainly saw that his rookie year, too!

I really like the idea of Seabrook, if possible. Sounds perfect, actually.

The one thing is I have heard on one of the major networks that IF you cut a player's contract with the amnesty buyout you cannot sign him back! Therefore you would lose him entirely if you chose to do so and it's all or nothing, unfortunately. I can't quite get my head around that and don't know the reasoning behind that rule, as of yet.

Maybe you could shed some light on that if you're familiar with it, L.T.!

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#40 Rick
January 11 2013, 08:53AM
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A 4th issue has to be the lack of sandpaper. This team ha sto be seen as the one of the softest in the league right now.

If Hartikainen doesn't play in the top 9, the Oilers won't have a single guy on the first three lines that will throw a check in anger.

On the 4th line Eager has to be in the mood and Hordichuk simply won't be playing enough.

Defence isn't a whole lot more menacing. Especially if the Oilers dress Potter (god help us) instead of Peckham. Smid is a gamer but being tough to play against is different from being a bruiser.

As it sits I see a team that is built to wilt during a physical game.

They better make hay in the first month of the season because once all the teams get up to speed it won't take long for them to start taking advantage of their soft spot.

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#41 speeds
January 11 2013, 09:01AM
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http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/opinion/2013/01/paul-ranger-may-prefer-to-stay-in-ahl-than-return-to-nhl.html

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#42 Jason Gregor
January 11 2013, 09:27AM
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Teemu Hartikainen, Magnus Paajarvi, Chris VandeVelde, Anton Lander, Colten Teubert and Yann Danis.

The Oilers will only have 25 guys at camp. Sutton and Jones won't be part of it.

Krueger said Khabibulin is good to go, so 2 goalies, 8 D-men and 15 forwards.

They have 12 forward, and Hartikainen is a lock to come up. Paajarvi comes up and then only one of Lander/VV will be recalled. Keep in mind that OKC plays this Sat and Sunday so they don't want to take too many players out of the lineup just for a training camp.

Hartikainen is the only one who sticks, unless the Oilers choose to keep Lander or Paajarvi as the 14th forward and sit in the pressbox. Which wouldn't make much sense.

Both would be better off playing 1st line minutes in OKC IMO.

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#43 DieHard
January 11 2013, 09:30AM
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Del Zotto for PRV and Omark. Nothing more.

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#44 Ducey
January 11 2013, 09:38AM
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How is Paul Ranger an upgrade over Teemu Hartikanen or MPS?

Are we to ignore the fact that over 4 NHL seasons he is about a 28pt player and that he hasn't played since 2010 because he put up 18 pts in 29 games in the AHL this season?

Talk about small sample sizes.

His best year in junior was his last with Oshawa, where he put up 43 pts. That same year he was outplayed by a teammate who put up 52 pts (including 25 goals) and 204 PIMs - the Oilers' own Ben Eager.

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#45 Rama Lama
January 11 2013, 10:22AM
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Lowetide wrote:

Could be, but I think its worth the try. If he arrives at summertime without a contract, Ranger is going to cost a pretty penny based on what people are saying about him.

Sounds like another reclimation project for Krueger. We already have one of those Potter and he turned out pretty good.

I'm not in favour of a WOW deal for a defenseman because it will undoubtly mean giving up prospects and players which is usually an overpayment.

Let's just see what we have first! Petry looks very good ( added some weight) and if Whitney has a bounce back season we do not need to add to defense. The only way we should add is if we can find a big, mean, defensively sound defenseman......which the last time I checked is very hard to find.

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#46 The Foz
January 11 2013, 10:35AM
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I'd much rather see us trade for Subban than MDZ.

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#47 DSF
January 11 2013, 10:40AM
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Ducey wrote:

How is Paul Ranger an upgrade over Teemu Hartikanen or MPS?

Are we to ignore the fact that over 4 NHL seasons he is about a 28pt player and that he hasn't played since 2010 because he put up 18 pts in 29 games in the AHL this season?

Talk about small sample sizes.

His best year in junior was his last with Oshawa, where he put up 43 pts. That same year he was outplayed by a teammate who put up 52 pts (including 25 goals) and 204 PIMs - the Oilers' own Ben Eager.

Paul Ranger is a defenseman...and a very good one.

No idea why you're comparing his point totals to two under performing forwards.

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#48 nunyour
January 11 2013, 12:59PM
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why would arnott want to come back to edmonton when he was booed out of town?

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#49 oilcan
January 11 2013, 05:49PM
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a d man the oulers should track is robyn regehr in buffalo...currently in last year of contract...he wants to come back west and offers the physical presence and leadership currently lacking

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#50 positivebrontefan
January 12 2013, 12:41PM
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Rangers are not going to part with DelZotto. Why would they?

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