GDB 3.0: RETURN OF THE NUGE

Jason Gregor
October 07 2013 12:17PM

Drawing by Kayleigh Semeniuk.

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins makes his season debut tonight hoping to add some colour and competitiveness to a lacklustre Oilers lineup. Dallas Eakins didn't hesitate in re-uniting Nugent-Hopkins with Taylor Hall and Jordan Eberle. Eakins stated earlier this year that he has four lines, not a first, second, third or fourth, but it's pretty obvious that 4-93-14 is the most talented and dangerous trio.

Tonight it is up to the three of them to prove it.

The Oilers were dominated for 60 minutes in Vancouver. They didn't match the intensity level of the Canucks, and they made numerous mental mistakes. Sound familiar?

Eventually the players need to realize that the coach can't make them play harder or smarter. The organization can't keep blaming the coach for lacklustre efforts. Until this group commits to playing hard every night, they will not be a playoff team. They lost too many battles, made horrible passes and didn't come close to competing as hard as Vancouver.

I understand this is their third new system in the past three years, but their overall effort shouldn't be compromised due to learning a new system. I suspect Eakins is realizing that it is easy to say his team will compete every night, but it is much harder to convince them to actually do it.

It is a long season, and average teams will have off nights, but it is painfully obvious the Oilers need to play better. With the return of the Nuge, Eakins switched up his top three lines.

LINEUP

Hall-Nugent-Hopkins-Eberle
Perron-Gordon-Hemsky
Hamilton-Arcobello-Yakupov
Gadzic-Acton-Brown

Ference-J.Schultz
Smid-Petry
N.Schultz-Belov

LaBarbera

Eakins said Hemsky has been his best forward through two games. It is a small sample size, but that is why he is ahead of Yakupov on the depth chart. When your team is struggling I don't think you put your best forward on the third line, just so you can possibly jumpstart Yakupov. Yakupov will need to earn more icetime.

Eakins mentioned that Smyth was one of five guys who could have been sat, but he chose Smyth because he knew he would handle it like a pro. After practice Smyth admitted it is a tough pill to swallow, but he'll practice hard and vowed he'd be better when he returns to the lineup.

I'm sure there was more to it than who would handle it better, Smyth hasn't played great, but I think that was Eakins first subtle message that his young players need to play better. Specifically, Hall, Eberle and Yakupov.

QUICK HITS 

  • Jesse Joensuu didn't finish Saturday's game and he wasn't on the ice at practice yesterday.  His back flared up in Vancouver, and there is no timeline for his return. Backs can be very finicky.
     
  • The Oilers recalled Brandon Davidson yesterday. Ladislav Smid and Andrew Ference didn't practice, but Eakins said they were just getting maintenance days. One of them likely has a minor tweak, so Davidson was recalled, but he won't play.
     
  • The Oilers must have slid Jesse Joensuu to the IR, because they have 23 players on the roster with Ryan Hamilton and Davidson up from the farm.
     
  • LaBarbera gets his first start as an Oiler. He has a career record of 59-70-25 with a .909 SV% and 2.83 GAA. He stopped all 12 shots he faced in Vancouver and he just needs to be consistent tonight. Make the routine saves.
     
  • Ryan Smyth had 11:25 of TOI in Vancouver. I think he'll play between 11-13 minutes when he gets back in the lineup.
     
  • Marty Brodeur will start in goal for the Devils. He hasn't won a game in Edmonton since December 21st, 2007. He's only started one game since then, but the Oilers will try to extend the future Hall of Famer's losing streak to two games in Edmonton.
     
  • The Oilers and Devils are two of the seven NHL teams without a win. Brodeur lost  3-2 to the Islanders in a shoot out in his only start of the season.
     
  • The Oilers have started a season 0-3 three times. In 1980, they lost to Quebec, Colorado and Buffalo before tying the Islanders. In 1992, they lost to Vancouver, Calgary and Vancouver before picking up a tie vs. Toronto. Their franchise worst start came in 1996, when they lost four straight to Detroit, St.Louis, Detroit and Philadelphia, before beating the Devils.
     
  • Will Acton has shown he understands his role and he's played well. Goading Ryan Kesler into a fight late in the first period was an excellent trade off. Acton isn't a scrapper, but he and Arcobello are playing like guys who know every game could be their last. Many of the other forwards need to play with the same determination.
     
  • I understand people are sick of losing, but it is a tad early to suggest the season is over. The Oilers started 4-0 in 2010, only to finish last. It is a long season.
     
  • That being said, Saturday was another tough day for Edmonton sports fans. The Eskimos got embarrassed at home, while the Oilers stunk in Vancouver. Neither team showed much desire. I am always amazed at the passion and loyalty of Edmonton fans. Since 2004, you've had little to cheer for, outside of one miracle run to the Stanley Cup, yet you still support the teams. It is time the player's effort level matches your loyalty.
     
  • I think it is time we start talking about this fight. It is becoming a serious issue.

WISHES...

 GAME DAY PREDICTION: The Oilers can't play worse than they have in the last four periods, and the return of Nugent-Hopkins sparks them to a 5-2 victory.

OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Hall, RNH and Eberle combine for two goals.

NOT-SO-OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Boyd Gordon has never scored a goal in three consecutive NHL games. This is the fourth time he's scored in back-to-back games, but never this early in a season. Gordon scored in consecutive games on March 16th and 18th, 2007, Dec 30th, 2008 and January 1st, 2009 and then on February 2nd and 4th, 2010. He sets a new goal scoring steak tonight, and he also ties his career-high with a three-game point streak. 

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#1 David S
October 07 2013, 12:38PM
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Merry Nugemas and a Happy Nuge year!

#NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE

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Eat sh!t Flames!

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#3 misfit
October 07 2013, 01:07PM
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That Kayleigh Semeniuk has some serious skills.

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#4 1983 and This Year
October 07 2013, 03:55PM
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Dear RNH, Ebs and Hall,

Please play well tonight so that Eakins keeps your line together. I can't handle Smyth anywhere near the top line again. Thanks guys.

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#5 Harry
October 07 2013, 11:17PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

Love the passion on display when times are difficult like this (of the same mindset). Eakins troops, mired in flames these last couple days fall head over heels into the kiln tonight. Watch the temperature rise even more so after Jersey spanks our Oilers 4-1 tonight.

Defend/fear that, Stauffer. Bobby would be tearing them a new one if he still had a spine.

And another thing. How dare you say "our Oilers". You take every oportunity to crap on this team.

One day, maybe not tgis year or the next, maybe 5 years from now they will contend and you'll weasel your way back into cheering for the team. A bandwagoner is the worst kind of fan. Believe me i live near Vancouver so I know.

You sir are nothing but a horses ass!!

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#6 Shaun Doe
October 07 2013, 09:55PM
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Dear Oilers,

Lets never fight again

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#7 Hall for Captain
October 07 2013, 12:49PM
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David S wrote:

Merry Nugemas and a Happy Nuge year!

#NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE

All I want for Nugemas is our first 2 points!

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#8 rob
October 07 2013, 12:33PM
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The NUGE with 7 points tonight,book it!

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#9 Dubs-nik
October 07 2013, 12:23PM
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The key here is a solid FIST period, go oil go

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#10 2004Z06
October 07 2013, 01:18PM
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I can stomach a loss from a superiorly talented team, I cannot however stomach a lack of effort!

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You suck Horcoff!

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#12 Oiler_lover
October 07 2013, 12:28PM
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I have been impressed with most of Perron's play with the oilers. I think he will benefit alot when gagner gets back to 100%.

Has anyone had any reports if Gagner has lost weight, I know there was alot of reports that broken jaws and the lack of solid food would have this affect. It will be interesting to see what kind of of counter-measures the Oilers training staff put into place to help with Gagner retaining his peak performance weight.

Hopefully, the boys go out there and get 'W' tonight, I hear Eakins could use the sleep.

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#13 Tom
October 07 2013, 03:30PM
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The Hall Way wrote:

Hey Gregor, Whast up with Yakupov?! he has been invisible so far in the first 2 games, the only time you notice him is when he skates around with the puck a bunch and then gives it away, or duffs on 3 consecutive one-timers on the PP?! is there an injury we dont know about? Is it linemates? It seemed he was working harder than ever before this off-season but so far it hasnt transalted into anything?!

Yak is skating hard. I guess you noticed his wiffs on the power play. Did you happen to notice on Saturday night he had 3 big hits in the offense zone within 30 seconds. Guess not. His chances will come.

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#14 Matt Henderson
October 07 2013, 01:35PM
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Nuge needs to be more sparkly in that picture in order to capture his angsty Vampirism.

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#15 Harry
October 07 2013, 10:44PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

Love the passion on display when times are difficult like this (of the same mindset). Eakins troops, mired in flames these last couple days fall head over heels into the kiln tonight. Watch the temperature rise even more so after Jersey spanks our Oilers 4-1 tonight.

Defend/fear that, Stauffer. Bobby would be tearing them a new one if he still had a spine.

Your such a douche its scary.

Fo everyone a favour and disappear of the site.

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#16 StHenriOilBomb
October 07 2013, 01:48PM
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Dubs-nik wrote:

The key here is a solid FIST period, go oil go

What is this, 2011?

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I hope the next period is less scary than my wife's.

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You still suck Horcoff!

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#19 StHenriOilBomb
October 07 2013, 10:41PM
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Today is my birthday. My mum is visiting from the west coast, and she made us dinner. I was a little bummed to be missing most of the game, it was obviously how things were going to go down.

I tuned in absentmindedly during the second while we were cleaning up, and got pretty bummed when it went down 3-0. My mum looked at me and drunkenly stated that the Oilers would come back and win the game for me for my birthday if I went and sat in my lucky seat.

My lucky seat is outside on the balcony where I watch in October and March (June would be fun, eh?) It's windy and cold right now, but I came out here to watch out of random superstition.

The game continued. You know the script.

Then after Eberle scores in the shootout, my mom, who likes the shootout, asks, "Why doesn't the next guy just do the same move". I replied, "Not likely mum, it doesn't work like that."

geeze. What a day.

Better than getting Nuge's return, and better than the 2 points, I had a little giggle of hope for the first time in 7 seasons. That's a great birthday present.

Now it's time to get out of the wind, take an Advil and go to bed.

SMILE!

edit: wow. I drank too much.

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#20 ubermiguel
October 07 2013, 02:03PM
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It only took 3 games to remind people why Smyth was never going to be named Captain.

I'll take Eakins at face value. In sitting out and saying the right things Smyth is teaching the kids how to be pros. He's a great guy still, too bad his hockey legs and conditioning long past prime.

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#21 ubermiguel
October 07 2013, 11:30PM
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Serious Gord wrote:

First, let's appreciate that we probably watched two of the greatest players ever play their last game in Edmonton. We watched greatness in its sunset tonight.

As for the game - we won a regulation tie in about as ugly a manner as possible. No heart and more turnovers than the pillsbury doughboy in the first two.

Then for about fifteen minutes the puck bounced the oil's way, the devils got off their game plan and the oil laid a whupping on arguably the weakest team in the weakest division.

A glimmer of hope but those first two periods temper ones optimism.

Props for the reminder to appreciate that on the other side of the puck were Jagr and Brodeur. Both are HHOF first ballot entries when they retire.

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#22 Cynic
October 08 2013, 07:35AM
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Oilers Nation. Come for the suicide watch. Stay for the celebration.

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#23 Harry
October 08 2013, 06:49AM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

Apologies Devolution. Just in the mood for some goes around, comes around this evening with Mr. English is my second language. I'll try and play nice from now on.

Attacking gramar again hey? What a pathetic reach. Just layoff the team you goof. And like I said when they put it together and start winning remember that ypu day in and day out predict them to lose. DOUCHE!!

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#24 David S
October 07 2013, 12:50PM
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The Hall Way wrote:

Hey Gregor, Whast up with Yakupov?! he has been invisible so far in the first 2 games, the only time you notice him is when he skates around with the puck a bunch and then gives it away, or duffs on 3 consecutive one-timers on the PP?! is there an injury we dont know about? Is it linemates? It seemed he was working harder than ever before this off-season but so far it hasnt transalted into anything?!

A gifted, somewhat eccentric player neeeds gifted linemates to succeed. Look who he's been playing with so far. I also think the he and most of the team was far too jacked for game 1. They need to settle down a bit, which will be hard to do until they get the new systems into their heads so they can be instinctive on the ice instead of mechanical as we're now seeing. They're still too afraid to make mistakes, which is evidenced by a lack of confidence in their collective game - what we're percieving as "lack of compete".

Once Gagner comes back Yakupov will be stapled to him and his game will really get going. I'm quite looking forward to that actually.

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#25 Spydyr
October 07 2013, 01:16PM
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Too bad Mac-T could not pick up a starting goalie this summer. My confidence in Labarbra is in the Dubnyk realm. Hope Smyth gets to "rest up" in the press box for a while.

Going from the first line to the press box makes me wonder about Eakin's thought process on the lines.

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#27 TDSM31
October 08 2013, 02:20AM
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Glad the Oil could pull it out for Joey's birthday!

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#28 SnailYakupov
October 07 2013, 12:54PM
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@Oiler_lover

I don't remember exactly where I read it, but Gagner lost 10 lbs in the week or so after it happened. Apparently he had gained most of that back by this weekend already though, so he should be in great shape when he comes back.

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#29 Matt Henderson
October 07 2013, 02:49PM
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David S wrote:

Merry Nugemas and a Happy Nuge year!

#NUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUGE

I am so glad that Nugemas is getting the proper treatment that it deserves.

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#30 Yep
October 07 2013, 09:02PM
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Hall has made more passes to the Devils than the Oilers...

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#31 Rod from Viking
October 07 2013, 10:33PM
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The poster formerly known as Koolaid drinker #33 wrote:

You still suck Horcoff!

Boyd Gordon is a better in all aspects of the game, he is a solid 3rd line center that can move up if needed, bold move Mac T.

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#32 Serious Gord
October 07 2013, 10:52PM
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First, let's appreciate that we probably watched two of the greatest players ever play their last game in Edmonton. We watched greatness in its sunset tonight.

As for the game - we won a regulation tie in about as ugly a manner as possible. No heart and more turnovers than the pillsbury doughboy in the first two.

Then for about fifteen minutes the puck bounced the oil's way, the devils got off their game plan and the oil laid a whupping on arguably the weakest team in the weakest division.

A glimmer of hope but those first two periods temper ones optimism.

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#33 Quicksilver ballet
October 08 2013, 01:16AM
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Harry wrote:

And another thing. How dare you say "our Oilers". You take every oportunity to crap on this team.

One day, maybe not tgis year or the next, maybe 5 years from now they will contend and you'll weasel your way back into cheering for the team. A bandwagoner is the worst kind of fan. Believe me i live near Vancouver so I know.

You sir are nothing but a horses ass!!

Puck you Harriet, go outside and play in traffic. Way to butcher the English language for the umpteenth time. Get an edumacation, you tool. Pay more attention in school, rather than that 2 Litre bottle of sprite and a bag of Cheetos sitting next to you.

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#34 1983 and This Year
October 07 2013, 04:20PM
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David S wrote:

Man, your avatar is spectacular. I will now proceed to prop the living h3ll out of it.

Octane Girls Calender, Miss February 2012.

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#35 rob
October 07 2013, 12:26PM
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good to see Labarbra get the start,lets see what he is made of,too bad Smyth gets sat but eakins needs to start sending a message,if Hall doesnt pick it up tonight he should be next.would love to see more of yak city too

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#36 brian_d
October 07 2013, 01:28PM
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1) Looking forward to seeing the powerplay with Nuge back.

2) Disappointed that Joensuu is banged up.

3) Would have probably moved Smyth down to the third line rather than press-boxing him right away, but I suppose Eakins is sending a message. I remember Smyth not taking press-box duty too well last year.

4) The third line is set up to be more offensive-minded than it has the first couple. I hope it's not at the cost of overall team defense.

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#37 Dog Train
October 07 2013, 02:41PM
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Whenever Nuge, Hall and Eberle get reunited, they tend to tear it up out of the gates. The Devils are also struggling they lack offense in their lineup. This is a night where we need to get some confidence back in our defending and goaltending. I'll say 4-2 Oilers. Hall with 2 goals, Eberle with one and Nuge with 3 assists. The other goal is scored by Perron. GO OILERS GO!!

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#38 Micbilly99
October 07 2013, 03:07PM
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Jason, the Oilers played one of their worst games in several years on Saturday night and that’s saying something given the horrible hockey we’ve witness in since the Cup run. The problem I see, wasn’t the lack of skill (and Vancouver has more skill) it was the lack of effort, or fight. The players looked totally disinterested to the whole game. While I agree the season is not lost after 2 games, but honestly disinterest so early in the season is a very bad sign.

As for your piece on children and their general lack of activity, your comments are not new nor are they being heard. Parents, teachers and school administrators have to demand more of our kids and stop letting the kids run the zoo. Our kids are lazy because we let them be lazy. It’s time we push the kids outside and away from technology and have some fun and exercise. Stop blaming the kids, when really it our own dam fault.

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#39 Oilers G- Nations Poet Laureate
October 07 2013, 05:04PM
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N-U-U-G-E

N-U-U-U-U-G-E

N-U-U-G-E

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#40 randomoilerfan
October 07 2013, 07:11PM
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I'm used to watching the oilers lose, almost to the point of complacency. But last game was way to hard to take. Looked like the canucks were playing a ECHL team.

I hope moving Hall back to where he belongs gets him playing at the level we are used too seeing again. He has been very bad so far.

Anyone who hasn't clicked on the link at the end of the Quick hits section should probably do so. I take a keen interest in this as I was a chubby kid who became obese at the tender age of twelve.

Never mind the physical problems with being overweight at a young age, what is often overlooked is the emotional damage done. It's not easy growing up a fat kid. The torment endured by your peers is more than any child should ever have to endure. Rarely could I have a conversation with any classmates without ridicule, all I ever wanted was acceptance...to belong but that never happened. I am much healthier now physically but still incredibly damaged socially. That never completely heals.

No child should be robbed from their childhood due to inactivity. I played Hockey till pee-wee and quit then because I hatted when we started hitting. Wasn't the best player to begin with, that made it impossible for me. I always wonder If I hadn't quit if I would have had a better healthier childhood.

Get the kids active, if you could live one week in the shoes of a overweight child it would break your heart. It really is a epidemic.

Thanks for touching on this JG

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#41 Doug Irwin
October 07 2013, 09:20PM
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I don't know why anyone here is complaining about systems or goalies. The fact is, is that the team has to show up for either of those to actually be pointed at as an area of concern.

Outside of 3-4 guys, it all boils down to lazy play. Hall, ebs, petry, doesn't matter whose name's on the back, they've all been guilty of half-a$$'ing their way to the puck. They've all been physically intimidated as well, and are making a bunch of blind passes, just trying to get the puck of their sticks. Nothing annoys me more than a pro player, making 5-20 grand for 15-22 minutes of work a night, can't skate all the way to the puck. Most beer league players push harder then the oilers tonight.

I know it's only 3 games in, but it's the same problem as the last several years. Lazy heartless play.

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#42 Spydyr
October 08 2013, 07:17AM
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The comment section tonight. Holy bi-polar batman. I hate the Oilers I love the Oilers.

I think the bandwagon broke an axel tonight with all the jumping on and off.

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#43 vetinari
October 07 2013, 01:26PM
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May the Nuge be with you, Oil Brothers...

GDP: Oilers 3 Devils 2

OGDP1: For the first time in hockey history, we'll see a 2 on 1 goalie fight... Dubnyk and Broduer team up against Cory Schneidar in the third-- while Schneidar is on the bench!

OGDP2: We'll see Hall of Fame goaltending tonight... of course, it will be from Marty Broduer...

NSOGDP: Dubnyk trades sticks with Brodeur after the game and then goes on to post shutouts in eight of his next twelve games.

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#44 David S
October 07 2013, 04:09PM
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1983 and This Year wrote:

Dear RNH, Ebs and Hall,

Please play well tonight so that Eakins keeps your line together. I can't handle Smyth anywhere near the top line again. Thanks guys.

Man, your avatar is spectacular. I will now proceed to prop the living h3ll out of it.

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#46 Batfink
October 07 2013, 07:29PM
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"Parents love their children much more than they do any sports team, yet we don’t demand that our government or civic leaders encourage more physical activity among children." (Excerpt from Jason's column in Edmonton Journal. Follow his link for the paragraph in context.)

Jason, I couldn't disagree more with your column in the Journal. Here's why. Who's job is it to raise, encourage and inspire your children? The governments? Civic leaders? No. It is the parents, as primary care providers, as the first and last faces they see EVERY day. If your child doesn't get enough exercise although being perfectly healthy, who's fault is that? Even if I believed the school or community didn't provide enough opportunity for organised fitness, I wouldn't stand pat and complain. It is a wonderous age of information. You can research anything with a few key strokes. Join your children in activities, make them fun, make the time. DO NOT rely on others, especially politicians to provide for your children. That's your job.

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OMG we suck!

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#48 Sl111
October 07 2013, 08:03PM
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This is awful. Just awful.

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#49 cableguy - 2nd Tier Fan
October 07 2013, 09:53PM
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i never left the bandwagon i was just sitting in the back corner chugging the cheapest whiskey i could find.

wooooooooo baby nuge!!

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#50 Clyde Frog
October 07 2013, 09:54PM
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HALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!

OK, OK, screw the rest of the season, just give us the cup tonight!

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