GDB 24.0: THREEPEAT

Jason Gregor
November 21 2013 01:06PM

I know that a threepeat is usually associated with winning three consecutive championships, but right now a three-game winning streak for the Oilers is as rare as a threepeat, so you need to start somewhere.

The Oilers dominated the Blue Jackets on Tuesday, and while a 7-0 drubbing is unlikely, if the Oilers play with the same speed, tenacity and determination they should defeat the Florida Panthers. However, as the Vancouver Canucks learned, you can't take anyone lightly, and I'd hope that the 29th place Oilers aren't looking at the 28th place Panthers as an easy opponent.

Tuesday was only one game, but the only way you can start a streak is by winning and tonight the Oilers have to build on that strong performance. They Oilers scored first for the first time in ten games. Their PP continues to produce, and they didn't give up any quality chances.

They aren't going to score seven goals every game, and they aren't going to rack up shutouts weekly, but they can find some ensure they have consistency in their game. It is what they lack the most. If the majority of players can learn to play with consistency, then, and only then, can we start to discuss actual progress.

Everyone from the fans, players, coaches, management and media knows the Oilers don't have the right mix of players to be an elite contender, and Craig MacTavish can't fix that overnight, but the players can learn to play with consistency.

The players have to realize that acquiring a top-pairing D-man or some size in their top-nine won't magically solve their problems. It won't instill uniformity in their game; they need to instill it now so when MacTavish adds pieces to the puzzle this team is ready to legitimately be competitive.

Obviously they want to win, but I don't believe they will start winning regularly until they learn to play with conviction, consistency and determination on a nightly basis.

They did that on Tuesday and now they need to do it tonight against a team they are capable of beating.

LINEUP

Hall-RNH-Eberle
Yakupov-Gagner-Hemsky
Smyth-Gordon-Perron
Jonesuu-Acton-Gazdic

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

Dubnyk

After consecutive victories there is no reason to change the lineup. Eakins will stick with five forward on his first PP unit, but suggested that might only last a few more games. There is a risk if they give up an odd man rush, but Eakins said that shouldn't happen, and the upside it immense with the creativity of the five forwards. In their last eight games the Oilers are 9 for 25 on the PP. Whatever combination they've used has worked.

QUICK HITS...

  • Ryan Smyth and Ales Hemsky are the only players still on the Oilers who played in the Heritage Classic ten years ago. Smyth said the biggest challenge was the temperature change. The benches were extremely warm with the heaters, but then you'd go on the ice and it was -22. He loved the experience and is hopeful the young kids will get to experience an outdoor game.
     
  • I'm hearing the Oilers and the NHL are looking at another outdoor game in Edmonton within the next two or three years.
     
  • Steve Staios tied a career high with three points in the 2003 Heritage Classic. Staios had a goal and two assists and was named 2nd star. He's had five three point games in his career and he had three that season.
     
  • The Oilers placed Steve MacIntyre on waivers today. Not much of a surprise considering he hasn't played one game this season and Luke Gazdic has played well in Macintyre's role. I asked Eakins about Gazdic and why he feels it is necessary to have a tough guy in the lineup.

    "I think it is important right now for our group. I know there is a lot of people out there who think that (fighting) has nothing to do with the game, but they've never stood on the bench and seen how it ignites your bench. I think it is important for all of our players to stand up for each other. It shows you care, especially when you come to one of your guy's defence. I think that goes a long, long way to your group's closeness. The way they will fight for each other, and I don't mean fist fight, I mean they are all pulling on the same rope.

    One of my favourite teams to watch the past few years is the Bruins. You touch one of their guys and five or six guys are waiting for you. That shows a team that is extremely close. There are no scrums where you have two or three guys skating around looking in the stands, everyone is in there supporting each other. You don't have to be big and tough to do that, you just need to stick up each other."
     
  • I then asked Eakins if he thinks his team has enough of a pack mentality, or is he trying to instill that?

    "It is something we are pushing to have happen, but we have gotten way better at since day one. There would be a scrum before and we would have three or four guys sitting back thinking the refs will get in there, but now we are starting to see guys jump in.

    A few games ago against Dallas, their agitator, Roussel, was fooling around with Potter and here comes Taylor Hall and he gives him a swat, chases him away and I was like, 'Yes, I love that from our team.'

    That resonates on the bench. That's why I find it interesting hearing people's views on violence in hockey that say it does nothing to the game, but maybe we should invite them down to the bench and see what it does to the guys who are getting ready to go out on the ice."
     
  • I've been critical of the Oilers overall lack of toughness for years, and not just fighting. I have noticed they are slowly getting better at standing up for one another, and that is a necessary step to showing a willingness to do whatever it takes to win.
     
  • For the past five years, I've participated in the Junior Chamber International of Edmonton Holiday Hamper program. You sign up and they place you with an underprivIleged family. They supply a grocery shopping list and you go buy the food and one small present for each member of the family. You then deliver the hamper to their house.

    It has made Christmas much more enjoyable for me, because it truly is about giving. The JCI is hoping to help 750 families this year and they need about 250 more people to sign up. This is a great bonding experience for your family and a great way to show your children how to help others in need. If you are interested in helping out go to www.holidayhamper.ca and click on hamper. They are hoping to fill the spots by December 1st.
     

THE FUTURE....

GAME DAY PREDICTION: THREEPEAT, THREEPEAT, THREEPEAT... Oiler fans aren't used to witnessing a three-game winning streak, but it will happen tonight. Oilers win 4-2.

OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: After a big win the 50/50 will be back above $65,000. Winning makes fans feel better and willing to poney up some more cash in hopes of winning.

NOT-SO-OBVIOUS GAME DAY PREDICTION: Anton Belov, Nick Schultz and Sam Gagner are the only Oilers who have played 10 games and haven't scored. Gagner ends his drought tonight, and Belov shocks all of us as he decides to actually shoot the puck. He fires a career-high four shots on goal and scores his first NHL goal.

RECENTLY BY JASON GREGOR 

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One of Canada's most versatile sports personalities. Jason hosts The Jason Gregor Show, weekdays from 2 to 6 p.m., on TSN 1260, and he writes a column every Monday in the Edmonton Journal. You can follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/JasonGregor
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#1 Puck JammeR!
November 21 2013, 03:57PM
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Gagner and Eberle for Jordan and Eric Staal.

BOLD MOVES

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#2 WONGER
November 21 2013, 03:59PM
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Why didn't MacIntyre even get one game? C'mon MacT have a heart. He is one of the best, most genuine people you could ever meet and can knock people out with either hand! Recall him if it's not too late! Florida, Pittsburgh, Calgary or Toronto, I'm betting on Pittsburgh or Toronto, will claim him for sure! ARGH!!!! HELP GREGOR!!!! Can you start a SAVE THE BIG MAC CAMPAIGN???? Do a favour for your Good Buddy (great chinese food restaurant name)the one and only WONGER - often immitated but never duplicated)! HELP GREGOR!!!!

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#3 Walter Sobchak
November 22 2013, 12:17AM
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Not a bad game, good PK & the PP is red hot.

I was at the game tonight and what I watched was two very bad teams 5x5.

The defensive mistakes by the Oilers were ghastly!

By my eye I counted about 4 or 5 alarming turnovers, not a huge deal against the Panthers but the Oilers need to tighten that up before going into Dec & Jan.

Also good to see Dubnyk regain a little confidence but that letting in one awful goal a game is still there.

Glad to see Gagner get that goal, seems him and Yakupov got good chem going.

I'm still pretty pissed about the team & the first two months......

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#4 pkam
November 21 2013, 01:13PM
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If 28th place Panthers are not an easy opponent, then who are? The problem here, is we are also an easy opponent at 29th place. The question is who is easier.

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#5 Sidney Frosby
November 21 2013, 11:35PM
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vetinari wrote:

Alright you post-happy Luddites, quit with the triple-quadruple posts... you look like you have OCD...

Look at this idiot.... He thinks people are doing this purposely

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#6 bulldog12
November 21 2013, 10:11PM
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Hauk15 wrote:

Arcobello has zero size, the forth line needs grit and a bit of nasty. not 5'6" 168 lbs skill.

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

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#7 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#8 Talbot17
November 21 2013, 01:08PM
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FIST THREE GAME WIN STREAK OF THE YEAR, I CAN FEEL IT

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#9 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#10 bulldog12
November 21 2013, 10:07PM
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Hauk15 wrote:

Arcobello has zero size, the forth line needs grit and a bit of nasty. not 5'6" 168 lbs skill.

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

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#11 GK1980
November 21 2013, 08:14PM
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Why do the oilers always react, they always talk about reacting to the opposition. How about they set the pace and tone for once, come out hitting and grinding. Lets try that for once.

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#12 bulldog12
November 21 2013, 10:02PM
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Hauk15 wrote:

Arcobello has zero size, the forth line needs grit and a bit of nasty. not 5'6" 168 lbs skill.

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

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#13 Quintana
November 22 2013, 08:16AM
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Loweblows wrote:

I see the 4th line was a non factor again- time for Arco yet mr.nepotism?

Arcobello doesn't fit in this team. He is 5.6 ft, and by now he's trade bait.

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#14 DSF
November 21 2013, 02:05PM
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Florida has been playing much better under the new coaching staff going 3W-3L since the change.

In that 6 game stretch, they are 2.8 GF/G and 2.5 GA/G.

Tim Thomas has been the difference in several of those games and could do the same tonight.

The Oilers should win a close one but I don't think it's going to be easy.

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#15 Mac962
November 21 2013, 05:48PM
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WONGER wrote:

Why didn't MacIntyre even get one game? C'mon MacT have a heart. He is one of the best, most genuine people you could ever meet and can knock people out with either hand! Recall him if it's not too late! Florida, Pittsburgh, Calgary or Toronto, I'm betting on Pittsburgh or Toronto, will claim him for sure! ARGH!!!! HELP GREGOR!!!! Can you start a SAVE THE BIG MAC CAMPAIGN???? Do a favour for your Good Buddy (great chinese food restaurant name)the one and only WONGER - often immitated but never duplicated)! HELP GREGOR!!!!

Go hang out on the Canucks or Flames site you Intelligence deprived soul. Seriously, what do you see in the mirror ?

In your logic WONGER, I HAVE HOUSE PLANT SMARTER THAN YOU ! Duh.

You should just put your jammies on and go to bed, it's way too late for you. Don't forget your coloring book.

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November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#17 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#20 The Beaker
November 22 2013, 06:47AM
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morgie wrote:

don't mess with a winning line up, period

thats a bunch of bs. if you can insert players that will help improve a lineup thats doing ok you do it. just like you dont just change the entire lineup after 1 loss.

Oh yeah...Pittsburg called, they want to trade us Malkin for Acton and Omark better hang up quick, dont want to be tempted to change a winning lineup.

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November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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Alsker wrote:

I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#25 bulldog12
November 21 2013, 10:02PM
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Hauk15 wrote:

Arcobello has zero size, the forth line needs grit and a bit of nasty. not 5'6" 168 lbs skill.

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

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#26 DSF
November 21 2013, 05:54PM
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I see the Red Wings have called up Gustav Nyquist.

Scores his 1st goal on his first shift.

Also worth noting, Peter Holland scores his 1st goal as a Leaf and is 100% on the dot in the first period.

Oh, what should have been. 😳

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#27 Mike Krushelnyski
November 21 2013, 08:02PM
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Though you'd think when he's got the other guy's stick stuck in his visor for 30 seconds, the high sticking penalty is kind of implied.

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#28 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#29 ubermiguel
November 21 2013, 10:43PM
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It's the mustaches. The Oilers must keep them after November.

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#30 gongshow
November 21 2013, 11:56PM
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ubermiguel wrote:

It's the mustaches. The Oilers must keep them after November.

Moustaches for remainder of season? Yes! And then swing a trade to get that Teddy Peckham guy back. Epic 'stache.

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#31 Rama Lama
November 21 2013, 02:15PM
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Whenever there is a trade rumour it usually involves someone who is NOT of the mold of what we are looking for.......by that I mean size and toughness included.

We went and brought in Ference, the smallest defenceman we could find.......he is neither adept at moving the puck or being overy physical, now there is a rumour that we are looking at Del-Zotto?

He is another Justin Schultz except smaller and less talented........I for one hope if MacT is looking for a defenceman that is no shrinking voilet, we have enough of those! If there is a trade to be made, I would much rather a big less skilled defenceman, than someone how has tons of skill but is afraid to make a hit.

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#32 Old School G
November 21 2013, 03:26PM
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TigerUnderGlass wrote:

Which part, "Trademark" or "Three-peat"?

Your comment is about basketball. Worse yet it's about basketball and the Miami Heat.

C'mon Man

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#33 Hauk15
November 21 2013, 07:39PM
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bulldog12 wrote:

I don't understand Arco sitting in the press box Second on team for face offs,near the top on hits,and points. Try some actual skill mixed with some size on the 4th line and see how they do. Arco can kill penalties,take D zone face offs and move up the lineup if someone's having an off night ( Hemsky) Acton doesn't do nothing for me, as Mac T says the most you can hope for is to be a non factor. That’s Acton to a t.

Arcobello has zero size, the forth line needs grit and a bit of nasty. not 5'6" 168 lbs skill.

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#34 GK1980
November 21 2013, 08:15PM
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Why do the oilers always react, they always talk about reacting to the opposition. How about they set the pace and tone for once, come out hitting and grinding. Lets try that for once.

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#35 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#36 DSF
November 21 2013, 09:22PM
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I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

Ha.

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#37 camdog
November 21 2013, 10:39PM
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bulldog12 wrote:

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

Eakins doesn`t want the 4th line playing more minutes. At the beginning of the season he stated that he expected the skilled forwards to be conditioned to play heavy minutes. These minutes of course are the expense of the 4 th line forwards.

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#38 DSF
November 21 2013, 02:17PM
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sizzay wrote:

Gregor,

Maybe you care to comment on this trade idea.

Drew Shore for Marincin.

Shore is a 6'2 Centre that has 40 points in 64 AHL games and 13 NHL points in 41 games. Not bad. Hockey's future's analysis of the guy:

Shore is a two-way forward with above-average hockey sense and burgeoning offensive skills. He is a solid skater with good mobility and a quick change of direction, especially at his size. He is a gritty, competitive player who can be a determined forechecker as well as a tenacious defender and he is solid in the faceoff circle. Although he will not dazzle anyone with an array of exceptional skills, he has a well-rounded game and has shown a deft touch at the front of the net and a good, accurate shot away from it.

I was mad we didn't get Holland from Anaheim. We currently don't have a big 2nd line centre in the making. Drew Shore is expendable with Trochek, Bjugstad, and Barkov above him in the depth chart.

Thoughts? This wouldn't affect the NHL team and we aren't giving up NHL talent for prospects again.

Don't forget the Panthers also have Shawn Matthias, Marcel Goc, Jesse Winchester and Scott Gomez (injured) at C.

Drew Shore would be a great pick up for the Oilers and, as you say, the price might be reasonable.

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#39 james_dean
November 21 2013, 05:20PM
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I was at heritige classic with my 3 older brothers.

when they said it was too cold and left I stayed by myself and started drinking beer without a glove.

Needless to say I was in high school and a group of kids that I had a problem with jumped me ( I started it) and I was in the fetal position getting worked.

2 cops pulled them off and kicked them out.

I stayed with the blood and bruises

Heritige classic memories

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#40 justDOit
November 21 2013, 05:29PM
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3 goals per PERIOD for the last four periods (going back to the 3rd against Flames), and their THIRD win in a row, for the first time since... Since...

I need a drink!

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#41 Bucknuck
November 21 2013, 10:11PM
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OK, I am starting to feel hopeful. Nice to see the amount of hitting, and I LOVED what Ference did with Upshall. Best penalty I've seen taken in years.

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#42 Stack Pad Save
November 21 2013, 10:15PM
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Winning Streak!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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#43 YFC Prez
November 21 2013, 10:47PM
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Since arcobello has been out of the lineup what's the oilers record? Exactly. I like the guy too, but lines are clicking now and Eakins actually has them playing something resembling a professional hockey team. The only spot he would go is second C, will he take gags spot ?fat chance of that although I understand the argument for this. Right now Arcobello is depth , and that's a wonderful thing.

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#44 morgie
November 22 2013, 04:52AM
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bulldog12 wrote:

Why does the 4th line need all size and grit. All they do is hit the other teams 4th line and 3rd pairing dmen. How does that wear down anyone that has any affect on the game. Arco hits as much as anyone,is good defensively and the 4th line might actually create some scoring chances. You could play them more than 5 to 7 minutes a night. Gotta think outside the box.

don't mess with a winning line up, period

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#46 Mike Krushelnyski
November 21 2013, 08:01PM
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Though you'd think when he's got the other guy's stick stuck in his visor for 30 seconds, the high sticking penalty is kind of implied.

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#47 Johnnydapunk
November 21 2013, 09:03PM
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Welcome back Dubnyk...

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#48 Alsker
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@Mike Krushelnyski

I for 1 am impressed sir, you finally found a way to keep DSF off the comment section for 4 whole pages..10,000 props to you and a big cheers!!!!!!!

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#49 Harlie
November 21 2013, 09:20PM
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Perron is our modern day Peca. Just need our Pronger and a sweet deadline deal next year and we could roll.

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#50 vetinari
November 21 2013, 09:31PM
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Alright you post-happy Luddites, quit with the triple-quadruple posts... you look like you have OCD...

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