GDB 48.0: The End of the Road

Jonathan Willis
April 27 2013 12:59PM

The Oilers’ season will once again end at the same time as the NHL playoffs begin. Edmonton plays its final game tonight against the “Vancouver Canucks” – with third place locked up, the Northwest Division champs will rest a bunch of players against the Oilers, underlining the fact that this game is almost entirely meaningless.

The Opposition

There will be no need to worry about the Sedin twins putting on a passing clinic tonight.

Also taking the night off are one or two players of note.

So: the Canucks will be without their three ice-time leaders on the blue line, and of their three ice-time leaders at forward two will be scratched and one will be playing on the fourth line. Frank Corrado (nine games of professional experience) led the team in even-strength ice-time one game ago and is likely to repeat the feat against the Oilers.

The Oilers

Presumably the Oilers use more or less the same forward combinations they played against Minnesota, but the defence is where things might get interesting. Mark Fistric left the game against the Wild early, Ryan Whitney has a leg injury, and Theo Peckham has mono, meaning the Oilers only have five healthy defencemen.

Yesterday’s lines:

  • Taylor Hall – Shawn Horcoff – Nail Yakupov
  • Magnus Paajarvi – Sam Gagner – Jordan Eberle
  • Ryan Jones – Eric Belanger – Anton Lander
  • Ryan Smyth – Jerred Smithson – Mike Brown
  • Ladislav Smid – Jeff Petry
  • Nick Schultz – Corey Potter
  • Mark Fistric – Justin Schultz

Devan Dubnyk will start for Edmonton.

Predictions

Game day prediction: Yesterday I predicted a dull, soul-crushing affair for the Oilers. They won 6-1. Since that worked out so well, this game’s going to be even more lopsided – a 4-0 Vancouver victory, with Frank Corrado scoring his first NHL goal.

Obvious game day prediction: In keeping with the above, by the end of May Oilers Nation will be flooded with complaints that the 4-0 score on the website’s “last game” marker is depressing.

Not-so-obvious game day prediction: Cam Barker will have a strong night on Vancouver’s third pairing. Jay Feaster, watching the game because Calgary’s season is already over, will be struck by Barker’s draft pedigree (mentioned on the broadcast), puck-moving ability, and size, then click over to NHL Numbers to see that he’s an unrestricted free agent at the end of the year. The Flames will sign him to a two-year deal on the first day of free agency and Barker’s agent will just be one team away from filling out his Northwest Division clubs bingo card.

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Jonathan Willis is a freelance writer. He currently works for Oilers Nation, the Edmonton Journal and Bleacher Report. He's co-written three books and worked for myriad websites, including Grantland, ESPN, The Score, and Hockey Prospectus. He was previously the founder and managing editor of Copper & Blue.
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#51 The Soup Fascist
April 27 2013, 06:28PM
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keilan wrote:

soupy, DSF forgot more then you'll ever know about hockey. I'm old enough to be your Daddy soupy-boy.

Tell me soupy are you drunk again? You drink and spend your time on Oiler Nation - what do your parents think about this?

Sorry, sonny ...... "calls 'em like I sees 'em".

I apologize for thinking you are anything less than a seasoned, veteran hockey fan / commentator. Clearly the way you handle yourself, you are extremely mature.

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#53 6 ring circus
April 27 2013, 06:38PM
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Joe Nieuwendy is going to get fired as the general manager of the Dallas Stars,Detroit Red Wings assistant general manager Jim Nill will be his replacement which will be announced on Monday per TSN.To bad Katz didn't take time from watching all those boy's on the bus video's and made this hire instead!!!! How's it been working out having K Lowe and his 6 Stanley cup rings running this team?

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#54 DSF
April 27 2013, 06:43PM
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Jonathan Willis wrote:

Two things:

1) Craig MacTavish was the head coach, and based on the work of Pat Quinn after his departure I'm not at all sure it's fair to say he did anything other than a good job with the talent that was assembled.

2) Scott Howson was named general manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2007. You'll note his departure from the organization was well before rock bottom.

Judge both guys on their own merits - it isn't fair to hang the post-2009 debacle of a team around their necks. They weren't part of the organization at the time.

You're assuming that the hockey operations staff don't talk to each other and collaborate on personnel decisions.

I think that's a pretty specious assumption.

Howson had 5 years in Columbus to build a winner and, only after his departure has the team had any success.

You may give him partial credit for the resurgence of the Jackets but 5 years is a bigger body of work.

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#55 DSF
April 27 2013, 06:45PM
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dougtheslug wrote:

I was about to point out the hopeless inaccuracy of this post but I see JW beat me to it. Howson was with the Oilers from 2002-2007, leaving after the Stanley Cup final appearance. He was fired in Columbus 10 weeks ago, but he has to be credited at least in part for the Blue Jackets surprising resurgence this year . MacT was a coach, not in management, and thus was not in a place to build the team. His coaching tailed off as the talent on the roster tailed off. That leaves KL. Yes, same old there.

Your kicking people when they are down act is getting so tiresome, DSF. But I notice you have been awful silent about last years favourite target, Sam Gagner - I wonder if that is because he has turned into a serviceable NHL player who currently is tied in scoring with none other than Your Hero, Zach Parise. I hope next year you will be just as silent about Justin Schulz. Or, better still, just silent.

Sam Gagner is a defensive disaster and has once again gone in the tank save for a couple of second assists on a night when his team scored 6 goals.

Justin Schultz is even worse.

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#56 DSF
April 27 2013, 06:47PM
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Wax Man Riley wrote:

Game 7 of The Stanley Cup Finals, no?

So by the same logic:

Vancouver Management has failed miserably.

Minnesota Management has failed miserably.

NYR Management has failed miserably.

Chicago Management has faile....wait, they got a cup, so they succeeded, right?

Nothing stinks more than 7 consecutive years out of the playoffs...except 8.

Coming right up.

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#58 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:01PM
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Jonathan Willis wrote:

Mostly, I'm leery about hanging things on guys who weren't primary decision makers.

Howson's record in Columbus is pretty mixed - his big mistake was hanging on to Steve Mason - but the point stands that it would be wrong to hang the Oilers post-2006 problems on him. MacTavish's track record as coach is pretty strong, and I really don't think the Oilers personnel moves are on him - he was coaching the team and knew what they needed, but it's pretty doubtful he was the guy pulling the trigger on acquisitions. Additionally, they didn't go into free-fall until his departure.

I just think the "these guys wrecked the team" narrative is pretty overstated, given when they actually left.

Whether or not they "wrecked the team" is likely not the issue.

The fact remains they did NOT build a winner while working together.

You may point to MacT's coaching record as "pretty strong" but in fact it's dismal.

301W - 308L - 47T

That's a record that will keep you out of the playoffs in perpetuity.

If you then move the goalposts and blame Lowe and Howson for not giving MacT the players he needed to win...why exactly are Lowe and Howson still involved in the process?

There is no record of success from any of this triumvirate....none.

Why are they in charge of fixing the mess THEY created?

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#59 15w40
April 27 2013, 07:26PM
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MWA-MWA-MWA-MWA-MWA-MWA..........

DSF, where the Peanuts teacher and white noise converge......

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#60 PeOiler
April 27 2013, 07:27PM
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Calderpov tonight?

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#61 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:32PM
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Columbus and Detroit win...Minnesota leading 2-1 in the 3rd.

Comes down to 15 minutes of hockey.

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#62 Darrell
April 27 2013, 07:33PM
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keilan wrote:

You're obnoxious

You sleeping with DSF or just steal his lines cause your lonely too ...

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#63 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:33PM
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Huberdeau with 2 points.

Yakupov needs 3 to win the rookie scoring race.

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#64 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:39PM
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Huberdeau with 3 points.

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#65 GVBlackhawk
April 27 2013, 07:41PM
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DSF wrote:

You're assuming that the hockey operations staff don't talk to each other and collaborate on personnel decisions.

I think that's a pretty specious assumption.

Howson had 5 years in Columbus to build a winner and, only after his departure has the team had any success.

You may give him partial credit for the resurgence of the Jackets but 5 years is a bigger body of work.

You just described your hero Brian Burke.

Ouch.

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#66 michael
April 27 2013, 07:42PM
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DSF wrote:

Huberdeau with 2 points.

Yakupov needs 3 to win the rookie scoring race.

Gallagher with 2 goals tonight. Its feed Yakupov the puck night.$ point night with a trick will do very nicely.

Go Colorado go.

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#67 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:43PM
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GVBlackhawk wrote:

You just described your hero Brian Burke.

Ouch.

Really?

Brian Burke has a Stanley Cup ring.

How many do Huey, Louie and Dewey have as hockey executives?

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#68 Darrell
April 27 2013, 07:47PM
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DSF wrote:

Really?

Brian Burke has a Stanley Cup ring.

How many do Huey, Louie and Dewey have as hockey executives?

Nice 5-3 champ .... Hope you took your meds!

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#69 DSF
April 27 2013, 07:50PM
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Darrell wrote:

Nice 5-3 champ .... Hope you took your meds!

Right.

Roll another one.

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#70 Darrell
April 27 2013, 07:56PM
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DSF wrote:

Right.

Roll another one.

I play off your previous BS dude - it's entertaining .....

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#71 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 07:58PM
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The lines are nicely balanced.

Lets hope Horcoff has enough left in the tank to set Nail up for a Big Night,hopefully a hattrick or more,Horcs is the man tonight.A 5 point night might take the Calder for Yakupov .

MPS has the speed and size to take a game like this on his shoulders.I hope to see the move where MPS takes it wide and deep but spins just past the half-wall and dishes back, if Nail can find those spots magnus will hit him consistantly and that is the PERFECT onetime setup.

If both wingers feed Sam he could have a statement goal scoring night,earlier in the year,Sammy didnt give up on them he carried the fight, they can pay him back by being deadly and also trying to score themselves so he can find room to elevate to elite for 60 mins.

Lets go fellas,come on Yak-Attack!!!

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#72 ubermiguel
April 27 2013, 07:59PM
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Regarding tonight's game: FEED THE YAK! I want to see him take the rookie scoring lead to give him the best shot at the Calder.

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#73 DSF
April 27 2013, 08:01PM
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Regarding tonight's game: FEED THE YAK! I want to see him take the rookie scoring lead to give him the best shot at the Calder.

He needs 4 points to win.

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#74 Darrell
April 27 2013, 08:02PM
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Darrell wrote:

I play off your previous BS dude - it's entertaining .....

Congrats - enjoy Chicago :)

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#75 DSF
April 27 2013, 08:04PM
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Minnesota wins.

Feel bad for the Columbus team and fans.

A great run.

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#76 dougtheslug
April 27 2013, 08:12PM
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DSF wrote:

Minnesota wins.

Feel bad for the Columbus team and fans.

A great run.

So why, then, don't you go on a Columbus fan site and commiserate with your Blue Jacket buddies. Why post that here? Why take such glee in reported Jonathan Huberdeau's point total? Why does it give you such satisfaction rubbing it in? This is an Oilers fan site - and all of us are acutely aware of the team's lack of success? Who bullied you in kindergarten that you have to visit this site and take such delight in piling on? What is wrong with you?

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#77 DSF
April 27 2013, 08:19PM
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dougtheslug wrote:

So why, then, don't you go on a Columbus fan site and commiserate with your Blue Jacket buddies. Why post that here? Why take such glee in reported Jonathan Huberdeau's point total? Why does it give you such satisfaction rubbing it in? This is an Oilers fan site - and all of us are acutely aware of the team's lack of success? Who bullied you in kindergarten that you have to visit this site and take such delight in piling on? What is wrong with you?

Don't be so whiny.

Some of us are hockey fans.

Basing your love for the game on the worst franchise in the league just makes you look like a loser.

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#78 Darrell
April 27 2013, 08:20PM
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dougtheslug wrote:

So why, then, don't you go on a Columbus fan site and commiserate with your Blue Jacket buddies. Why post that here? Why take such glee in reported Jonathan Huberdeau's point total? Why does it give you such satisfaction rubbing it in? This is an Oilers fan site - and all of us are acutely aware of the team's lack of success? Who bullied you in kindergarten that you have to visit this site and take such delight in piling on? What is wrong with you?

I am not sure of his motives but one thing he knows is that Oilers-nation get him attention. I try not to give him the attention he seeks but its impossible as an Oiler fan not defend the Nation. My goal is to stay off the Nation until free agency and the draft and hope the powers that be put him in his place as there is no room for him here.

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#79 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 08:21PM
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Nice play on the shot by Hall, nice zone entry and pass back. They are willing to give us that one so we should jam it to them.

Dubby is looking solid so far,he isnt getting many second shots on net.

Hall looks dialed in again.

It seems as long as they keep it simple the Oilers execute so fast that it is effective,simple but high speed.

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#80 michael
April 27 2013, 08:21PM
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W? Is Samantha King our official anthem singer now? I ask because she has been a regular. I like her. She can actually sing the anthems. They had a few that sounded so bad that even the players on ice were groaning. She is pleasing to the ear and does her thing and does not try to reinvent the wheel. Its sing the songs and move on. Hope its a permanent gig for her.

I was talking to my wife today about Kate Smith. She had no idea who she was until I played some you tube video of her singing in Philly at the old Spectrum. She was wowed. We were taking about anthem singers today because that kid who sang the other night in Ottawa was just awful. He might have sold a lot of pop records but that does not mean you can do an anthem.

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#81 DSF
April 27 2013, 08:30PM
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michael wrote:

W? Is Samantha King our official anthem singer now? I ask because she has been a regular. I like her. She can actually sing the anthems. They had a few that sounded so bad that even the players on ice were groaning. She is pleasing to the ear and does her thing and does not try to reinvent the wheel. Its sing the songs and move on. Hope its a permanent gig for her.

I was talking to my wife today about Kate Smith. She had no idea who she was until I played some you tube video of her singing in Philly at the old Spectrum. She was wowed. We were taking about anthem singers today because that kid who sang the other night in Ottawa was just awful. He might have sold a lot of pop records but that does not mean you can do an anthem.

That's it!.

The Oilers have fired everyone except the anthem singer.

Get on that MacT!

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#82 dougtheslug
April 27 2013, 08:31PM
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DSF wrote:

Don't be so whiny.

Some of us are hockey fans.

Basing your love for the game on the worst franchise in the league just makes you look like a loser.

I can be a fan of the game (and I am), without deliberately and maliciously insulting, berating, needling, and angering other fans. In fact, I think that's called being a good sport. I feel sorry for you that you think the way you do. It is a sign of deep unresolved problems that you always seem to feel the need to get in the last word.

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#83 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 08:38PM
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I think the Nucks goalie is vulnerable to long range re-directions and tips from the side, lets lay off the onetimers and go more for the re-directions from the side,lets make Louie move side to side and shoot at his elbows so he drops us nice rebounds.

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#84 GVBlackhawk
April 27 2013, 08:41PM
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DSF wrote:

Minnesota wins.

Feel bad for the Columbus team and fans.

A great run.

With the win, Minnesota locks up first place in the Western Conference. Who saw that coming?

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#85 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 08:42PM
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It looks like all our guys are holding their sticks at waist level across the board, maybe someone ought to let them know to drop them down where they belong.Maybe high sticks mean a little cheating and more penaltys,and low ones on the ice mean hard skateing and more work..

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#86 DSF
April 27 2013, 08:47PM
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dougtheslug wrote:

I can be a fan of the game (and I am), without deliberately and maliciously insulting, berating, needling, and angering other fans. In fact, I think that's called being a good sport. I feel sorry for you that you think the way you do. It is a sign of deep unresolved problems that you always seem to feel the need to get in the last word.

You, of course, have the choice to be a fan in any way you so choose, and I will defend your right to do that.

Being a mindless idiot who supports a team no matter their results doesn't get much respect from me.

They're a dreadful hockey team, led by a dreadful band of losers and you're continuing support for the gong show says much more about you than it does about me.

If you don't like my opinion, you've obviously mistaken me for someone who cares what you think.

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#87 Rod from Viking
April 27 2013, 09:05PM
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A couple of posters on this site have gotten completely out of hand, when 1 out of 3 posts are by the same troll that I am sure got kicked off the Novice hockey team at age 16 for pissing in the water bottles.I thought the real Oiler fans were going to ignore what ever it is that is wrecking this site,it is getting worse than HB for stupid comments and bickering.

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#88 15w40
April 27 2013, 09:05PM
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Question for the moderators...

I am all for debate - not everyone on the board has to be a Oilers' disciple or cheerleader, but at what point where every post that is started ends up in the ditch because of one member, does the purpose of this site begin to fail the majority of the population of this site?

Invariably no matter what the subject matter of the original post it ends up in a complete waste of space argument about bad drafts, bad management, bad coaching, bad players.

Some or all of which may be somewhat accurate.

If the main objective is to roll up the post counts then carry on I guess.

There are the usual "ignore the troll" posts that pop up but sifting through all of the irrelevant, "Oilers R Bad" posts and the "I am rubber U R glue" crap is becoming really tedious.

IMHO

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#89 2 AM
April 27 2013, 09:07PM
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DSF wrote:

You, of course, have the choice to be a fan in any way you so choose, and I will defend your right to do that.

Being a mindless idiot who supports a team no matter their results doesn't get much respect from me.

They're a dreadful hockey team, led by a dreadful band of losers and you're continuing support for the gong show says much more about you than it does about me.

If you don't like my opinion, you've obviously mistaken me for someone who cares what you think.

okee dokee, DSF, you have reached the end of the line here. I have admittedly felt the temptation to go to a flames fan site and prod them for as long as the site admins would let me do it. But i had those thoughts as a passing joke to myself. You've actually done it for some reason... Pretty much what youve told everyone here is that you are a bandwagoner. Only cheers for winners,

"a mindless idiot who supports a team no matter their results"

guess what lite bright its called being a fan... completely ridiculous. you probably will be an oilers fan once they start winning. I hope the community steers you a wide berth, cause if i met you on the street, thats what i would do. I wont respond to a reply from you, and others shouldnt either.

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#90 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 09:10PM
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Nice job of Gagners line to move it around and get lots of touches, lets get Nail some assists,lots of touches give and gos that close on the net so we can collapse.Nice controlled zone entrys,not always full speed and more laterally balanced using the middle as we hit the blueline.

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#91 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 09:17PM
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They ARE tapping it off the glass every time,we COULD take advantage of that and attack off of it,it seems to be an across the board tactic,the keep it simple program.Lets see if we can take advantage.

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#92 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 09:24PM
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I am not seeing Yakupov shooting enough,shoot at Luongos elbows already,stop trying to go high on him,and try deflections from the sides,mid-range redirections from the sides,not so much crossice,more passes from J Schultzes wheelhouse to wingers postured in Horcoffs old spot to the side below the dot.

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#93 Rod from Viking
April 27 2013, 09:30PM
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@2 AM

I agree with everything except the wide berth on the street, would probably be more like a b-line with a Hall on Clutterbuck type hit.

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#94 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 09:37PM
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Ok,lets switch it up to dump and chase ,let them get to it first and lay some big hits on them,we might as well change it up on them. Lets make the game faster for the 3rd period.

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#95 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 09:54PM
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Very nice mid-range deflection by Ebbs,well played.gentelmen.

Now lets see the old dump and chase every second possesion ,lets run them down in the 3rd. Dump it in and send the forwards in two deep gapped about ten to fifteen feet with the support coming in upspeed.Let the d-man get to the dump in and hammer him with the first man in so the support can beat his partner to the pucks and take it right to the net to jam it in as everyone collapses on Luongo who has had a pretty easy night so far.

Remember that under pressure they are going glass-out,so be ready to pound it back in at them,anticipate that puck route and be ready with the support coming from the wide side to be in position to stop that clear,they will be trying to go glass-out from deep if we use a dump-in catalysed from deep in the n-zone and softly placed behind their net.If we dump in to hard we cant use the two man pressure tactic as well.The support man or second man needs to be angleing in from the halfboard area with good speed to make this two man stack work right ,that is the pressure relief route from deep for their d-men.They may spit it up the middle under pressuure but I doubt it.

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#96 DSF
April 27 2013, 09:57PM
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2 AM wrote:

okee dokee, DSF, you have reached the end of the line here. I have admittedly felt the temptation to go to a flames fan site and prod them for as long as the site admins would let me do it. But i had those thoughts as a passing joke to myself. You've actually done it for some reason... Pretty much what youve told everyone here is that you are a bandwagoner. Only cheers for winners,

"a mindless idiot who supports a team no matter their results"

guess what lite bright its called being a fan... completely ridiculous. you probably will be an oilers fan once they start winning. I hope the community steers you a wide berth, cause if i met you on the street, thats what i would do. I wont respond to a reply from you, and others shouldnt either.

I agree.

We need to silence the voices of dissent.

We musn't allow anyone to have another view.

If they won't shut up, we should just shoot them.

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#97 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 10:22PM
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Now that we have established a cerebral muscle memory with the dump ins,lets go back to the 3 man lateral controlled zone entry immediatly and finish the game that way,no more dump-ins to them, lets switch gears on them again and shake another goal loose.

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#98 NewAgeSys
April 27 2013, 10:26PM
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Lets go back to a slower paced controlled 3 man lateral o-zone entry,we need to slow it down now and not give them the end to end action from the dump-ins,shut the door now,keep the puck on our sticks as long as we can.

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#99 R-Dawg
April 27 2013, 10:28PM
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It won't matter if Yak scores 5 goals and 3 assists he won't win the Calder!! After the celly against the Kings he's out.

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#100 m3sh
April 27 2013, 10:30PM
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DSF wrote:

I agree.

We need to silence the voices of dissent.

We musn't allow anyone to have another view.

If they won't shut up, we should just shoot them.

Same ol' strawman argument bs from you.

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