WHAT WILL MACT DO?

Jason Gregor
April 29 2013 10:03AM

Craig MacTavish has a press conference at 11 a.m. today. Will he make a major announcement?

I'm very curious to see what he says. I wrote this on what I think he needs to do.

AWESOME EVENT...

I'm bagged from an awesome weekend playing in the  ProAm for Alzheimers. The Journeymen (named in honour of our good buddy Jason Strudwick) had a great time.

We lucked out and finished 2nd in fundraising, $50,900, so we got the 2nd pick in the draft, but we also got treated like NHL players and had our own dressing room the entire weekend. We drafted Jeremy Roenick 2nd overall, Marty McSorley went 1st, and we couldn't have drafted a better guy.

JR was great. After drafting him at 7:15 p.m. Friday night, he spent the rest of the weekend hanging out with our team. He bought a round of tequila shots for the boys minutes after we got to our table and that set the tone for a fun night. He interacted with all the guys on the team and told some great stories.

Trent Yawney crushing Mike Keenan off his chair while he sat at centre ice overseeing a "bagskate" was one of the best.

We left the draft around a 11 p.m., jumped in a Blue Sky Limo and proceeded to take JR on a mini pub crawl. On the limo JR told more stories and you could tell why he was liked by his NHL teammates. He made sure he talked to all the guys.

At the Druid he took pics with anyone who asked and he always looked them in the eye and asked them their name. It is a small gesture, but one that wasn't overlooked. We bounced around a few places, had a final drink at On The Rocks and then when we were leaving he wanted some late-night grub.

We took a cab to All Happy and proceeded to order way too much food. Roenick told me about the Olympics in Vancouver being the best time he'd ever had, how pissed he was at Derian Hatcher for breaking his jaw, and how he'd treat the fans if he owned a team. He has a group of guys that are negotiating with a team, but couldn't say which one.

We witnessed a mini-brawl during our late-night meal, but the people involved actually policed themselves and broke it up. Very odd, and just another twist to a great night.

Thank God we didn't have to play until 2:45 Saturday afternoon, because most of the Journeymen were hurting. Even better was that our opposition was Oilersnation. Wanye didn't even show up. Supposedly he's allergic to skating nowadays.

We beat the Nation 7-6, although three goals in the final 4 minutes made it appear closer than it was. Buck75 was as effective as Eric Belanger, while Nation owner, JD, struggled mightily going -5.

We had a team dinner Saturday night at Vons, and that kickstarted another great evening out. Oilersnation drafted Brad May and he was also a beauty. He overheard JR and I talking about our late-night eats so he proceeded to take a few of the Journeymen with him for food on Saturday night. Classic.

Roenick's skill on the ice was apparent. Sick hands. He chirped a guy every time they'd miss the net on one of his tape-to-tape passes. It was a thrill for the guys to play with him and Struds. Struds might have lost 10 pounds over the weekend. He played for us and he also got drafted. He ended up playing 6 games on Sunday. Beauty.

It was a great weekend, and a big thanks to all the guys who played on the Journeymen this weekend. It was great meeting some listeners and I hope you had a blast.

Roenick signed two new sticks for me that we will auction off in the future. He'll also be making a few more appearances on my show and here on the Nation. He definitely knows how to have fun.

Congratulations to all the guys who played in the Pro Am this weekend, and great job in fundraising. The tournament raised over 900,000 for Alzheimer research.

It was also a thrill for me to meet Gordie Howe and have the pleasure of  emceeing the Gordie Howe Luncheon on Friday afternoon. Sitting at the table speaking with Gordie and his son Marty was awesome. Having the chance to host the round table with Bryan Trottier, Marty McSorley and Tom Webster was a blast as well. They had some great stories, and I encourage any of you who are hockey fans to consider playing in this event next year. I guarantee you'll have a great time.

I'm off to MacTavish's press conference... I wonder if he'll make an announcement....

RECENTLY BY JASON GREGOR

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#1 Soft Hands McSteeley - FIST Movement
April 29 2013, 10:07AM
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SEND THE BELANGER TRIANGLE PACKIN!

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#2 BingBong
April 29 2013, 10:15AM
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Ya think Krueger is gone?

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#3 EHH Team
April 29 2013, 10:21AM
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BingBong wrote:

Ya think Krueger is gone?

Good possibility. Given the timing, I think it relates to coaching and if not Krueger, then at least one of the assistants.

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#4 15w40
April 29 2013, 10:26AM
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Potentially no firing at all but rather an announcement of more help for the coaching staff.

I think this has been discussed at length on the airwaves.

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#5 Quicksilver ballet
April 29 2013, 10:27AM
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Craig, whenever you see Lowe flapping his lips please take it with a grain of salt. Listen and knod to everything he says, but pay him no attention. This is your gig, your shot. For our sake, please don't botch it up. Lowe is no longer required for on ice decisions. Be your own boss. Get Doug Weight in here next season, and let him pick his own assistants.

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#6 Zack
April 29 2013, 10:32AM
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Well judging by management decisions, they'll probably bring in Wayne because after all, who knows more about success in hockey than Gretzky?!

Or maybe he'll be letting us know that they are willing to move the pick and a valuable roster player to bring in immediate help. However, if a good enough deal doesn't present itself they are happy adding another quality blue chipper to the organization, especially with the depth in this years draft.

Edit: They are happy to see so many of our young players head to the world tourney and even though they are disappointed with the Oilers results this year fans can look forward to the future of this team because of the core group of young talent.

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#7 Walter Sobchak
April 29 2013, 10:36AM
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Mac-T will be the busiest GM this off season, off the top of my head some of the major things I think need to happen.

The Oiler's need to swap picks with the Hurricanes or the Predators. Possible moving Paajarvi,Hemsky and a second to swap picks.

This gives the Oilers a shot at Barkov or Monahan and thus better options moving into the summer.

The Oilers will then move Gagner for a number 1 defensman.

I can see Mac-T making a few UFA deals, possible a shot at Clowe.

I can then see Mac-T looking for bottom six.

After that, I think he waits to see who comes out of the amnesty buyouts.

From there he buyouts Belanger and Smyth.

I think these players are gone.

Belanger - Jones - Whitney - Petrel - Fistric - Peckham - Smyth

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#8 oliveoilers
April 29 2013, 10:37AM
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A little off topic, but has anybody else read that article on bobby lu by that tool Spector on sportsnet? It was like reading a DSF post. I wonder......nah, it can't be. Can it?

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#9 Spydyr
April 29 2013, 10:37AM
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Lindy freakin' Ruff

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#10 DSF
April 29 2013, 10:46AM
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oliveoilers wrote:

A little off topic, but has anybody else read that article on bobby lu by that tool Spector on sportsnet? It was like reading a DSF post. I wonder......nah, it can't be. Can it?

No it can't.

But it was an excellent column.

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#11 oliveoilers
April 29 2013, 10:55AM
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DSF wrote:

No it can't.

But it was an excellent column.

Sorry DSF, I apologize. You're more cold, analytical and aloof in your anti-oiler diatribes. Spector was positively venemous. It's as if the whole bobby lu thing was just a front for 'How can I write a damning article on the Oilers and get away with it.'

PS. YAKCITY!

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#12 Ducey
April 29 2013, 11:04AM
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My guess:

Smith and Bucky fired.

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#13 DSF
April 29 2013, 11:10AM
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Same old, same old.

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#14 Ducey
April 29 2013, 11:15AM
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My work internet is so slow I can't watch it...is it just a state of the union type thingy?

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#15 Lochenzo
April 29 2013, 11:19AM
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Of course, the only immediate fixes I can think of are expensive and may be detrimental to the team in the long run in terms of salary cap.

Sign one of Tyler Bozak or Stephen Weiss. Centres that will improve time of possession numbers and as a result, improve shot differential, which the Oilers were so bad at this year.

Add a puck moving, left-shot Dman. I'm thinking of the potential fire sale in Buffalo and Christian Erhoff. Moves the puck well 5 on 5 and knows how to QB a powerplay.

The problem is that the UFA Bozak and Weiss will command 5 mill per season and will probably require longer term contracts. Erhoff already has a large contract with significant term. Fixing things now could put us in the same situation as Chicago a few years ago. But given the urgency to fix this team now, you might have to bite that bullet.

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#16 Harlie
April 29 2013, 11:21AM
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Ducey wrote:

My work internet is so slow I can't watch it...is it just a state of the union type thingy?

Yep, sounds like it.

No coach firing, said he will be meeting with Krueger a few times upcoming and to not keep looking at coaching as the issues for the team. Etc etc..

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#17 Spydyr
April 29 2013, 11:25AM
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Nail Yakupov Named NHL Rookie of the Month for April

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#18 StHenriOilBomb
April 29 2013, 11:26AM
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sounds like a re-hash of the After Hours interview.

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#19 Lochenzo
April 29 2013, 11:39AM
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What'd you guys think of Kreuger's systems? I like it in philosophy and think its a good match for the Oilers' speed. Lots of pressure on the puck. But it's complicated with lots of moving parts. A bad pinch or a missed assignment can look real bad and it happened often with this young team and a sub-par defence. Ralph used the trap when he coached the Swiss team. Granted, he had to given the skill differential he always faced and I wouldn't expec the Oil to use it all the time. But we should lose the shackles in Edmonton that we can't use the trap here. Chicago will use the trap from time to time, especially when playing on back to back nights. Nobody is complaining about Chicago's results.

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#20 snoopy
April 29 2013, 11:41AM
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the major announcement " no changes need to made here we won our last 2 games so why change anything" said it once say it again as long as KLOWE is pulling the strings nothing changes here.

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#21 bwar
April 29 2013, 11:45AM
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We might do something or might not do something at some point in the future.

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#22 DSF
April 29 2013, 11:45AM
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They're counting on Klefbom and Marincin making the D corp.

Yikes.

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#23 Quicksilver ballet
April 29 2013, 11:48AM
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DSF wrote:

Same old, same old.

Agreed, a whole lotta, "talk/talked" to "our" guys, and not enough responsibility taken. There should've been questioning the abilities of some people there that are already in place, not a subtle vote of confidence.

"Lets continue to trust the people"..... spread the blame, disappointing to say the least.

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#24 EHH Team
April 29 2013, 11:55AM
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Lochenzo wrote:

What'd you guys think of Kreuger's systems? I like it in philosophy and think its a good match for the Oilers' speed. Lots of pressure on the puck. But it's complicated with lots of moving parts. A bad pinch or a missed assignment can look real bad and it happened often with this young team and a sub-par defence. Ralph used the trap when he coached the Swiss team. Granted, he had to given the skill differential he always faced and I wouldn't expec the Oil to use it all the time. But we should lose the shackles in Edmonton that we can't use the trap here. Chicago will use the trap from time to time, especially when playing on back to back nights. Nobody is complaining about Chicago's results.

The defence was required to play a lot of man coverage, rather than zone. They seemed to have too many breakdowns, which could be blamed partly on the players not fitting the system.

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#25 Quicksilver ballet
April 29 2013, 11:58AM
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DSF wrote:

They're counting on Klefbom and Marincin making the D corp.

Yikes.

If that were true. Wouldn't it make sense to want to upgrade on that 7th pick? If he's not going out and getting himself a top pairing blueliner, he's obviously differing to 2-3 yrs down the road.

Did the Oilers announce anything at this presser, or was this just an opportunity to wag their lips again?

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#26 DSF
April 29 2013, 12:01PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

If that were true. Wouldn't it make sense to want to upgrade on that 7th pick? If he's not going out and getting himself a top pairing blueliner, he's obviously differing to 2-3 yrs down the road.

Did the Oilers announce anything at this presser, or was this just an opportunity to wag their lips again?

MacT acknowledged the holes in the lineup that many of us figured out 2-3 years ago.

Now the rubber hits the road.

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#27 EHH Team
April 29 2013, 12:04PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

Agreed, a whole lotta, "talk/talked" to "our" guys, and not enough responsibility taken. There should've been questioning the abilities of some people there that are already in place, not a subtle vote of confidence.

"Lets continue to trust the people"..... spread the blame, disappointing to say the least.

Did youy really expect that he would throw individual players &/or coaches under the bus?

I picked up an inference that Hemsky is likely gone and he did express a willingness to use the number 7 pick in a trade.

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#28 Quicksilver ballet
April 29 2013, 12:07PM
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@DSF

So now the rebuild gets a rebuild, great.

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#29 Spydyr
April 29 2013, 12:12PM
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Was hoping Lindy was going to get hired. He could of told Lowe "have another donut".

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#30 Obiwan Eberle - Team Silver Fox
April 29 2013, 12:12PM
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Things i found interesting:

1. pretty much a no comment on Hemmer question i think is a tell

2. talked about getting Gagner help on the dot, or moving him to wing...where...3rd line RW?

3. talked about moving pick

4. need footspeed

5. this is the 3rd mention very recently about advanced stats/analytics....

6. is concerned about somethings in regards to coach

So basically we have a legitimate GM who's not asleep at the wheel now...groovy!

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#31 John Chambers
April 29 2013, 12:20PM
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Obiwan Eberle - Team Silver Fox wrote:

Things i found interesting:

1. pretty much a no comment on Hemmer question i think is a tell

2. talked about getting Gagner help on the dot, or moving him to wing...where...3rd line RW?

3. talked about moving pick

4. need footspeed

5. this is the 3rd mention very recently about advanced stats/analytics....

6. is concerned about somethings in regards to coach

So basically we have a legitimate GM who's not asleep at the wheel now...groovy!

Yeah, I wouldn't read that "nothing much" is going to happen - MacT is just going about supporting his coach and players diplomatically, and will action some moves as appropriate.

1) Hemmer is gone. Thank God - hope they use the cap space on a Dman or Weiss.

2) Gagner would be a good replacement to Hemmer on the wing. Hall to C please.

3) Better get a good return on that pick because at this time of year everyone in the top-20 looks like a perennial All-Star in the making, although it would be 3 years until Monaghan or Nurse turn into solid contributors, so I really hope they move the pick for a top-pair D.

4) Footspeed comment may be damning of Potter & Whitney

5) Glad MacT understands stats. Surprisingly, very few people over 50 do.

6) Kruger has a short leash. I wouldn't fire him yet either, but I would have someone primed if next season starts off the rails.

This is both what I interperet and hope. In MacT we trust - because everyone else has failed us.

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#32 Harlie
April 29 2013, 12:21PM
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Gregor, any chance you can get Tambellini on the show to get his thoughts on everything that went down? Haven't heard a peep about him since his firing..

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#33 DSF
April 29 2013, 12:24PM
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Obiwan Eberle - Team Silver Fox wrote:

Things i found interesting:

1. pretty much a no comment on Hemmer question i think is a tell

2. talked about getting Gagner help on the dot, or moving him to wing...where...3rd line RW?

3. talked about moving pick

4. need footspeed

5. this is the 3rd mention very recently about advanced stats/analytics....

6. is concerned about somethings in regards to coach

So basically we have a legitimate GM who's not asleep at the wheel now...groovy!

It's a start.

At least he seems to have some grasp of the issues.

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#34 DSF
April 29 2013, 12:27PM
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John Chambers wrote:

Yeah, I wouldn't read that "nothing much" is going to happen - MacT is just going about supporting his coach and players diplomatically, and will action some moves as appropriate.

1) Hemmer is gone. Thank God - hope they use the cap space on a Dman or Weiss.

2) Gagner would be a good replacement to Hemmer on the wing. Hall to C please.

3) Better get a good return on that pick because at this time of year everyone in the top-20 looks like a perennial All-Star in the making, although it would be 3 years until Monaghan or Nurse turn into solid contributors, so I really hope they move the pick for a top-pair D.

4) Footspeed comment may be damning of Potter & Whitney

5) Glad MacT understands stats. Surprisingly, very few people over 50 do.

6) Kruger has a short leash. I wouldn't fire him yet either, but I would have someone primed if next season starts off the rails.

This is both what I interperet and hope. In MacT we trust - because everyone else has failed us.

So, you think people over 50 are stupid?

I think you need to listen again when MacT called "advanced" stats "hocus locus".

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#35 A-Mc
April 29 2013, 12:27PM
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Ya my take away from that presser was the following:

1. There is depth at the RW skill position that he inferred could be used as trade pieces

2. He didn't sound overly optimistic in his tone when talking about Hemsky returning next year.

From these 2 things alone, I'm drawing the conclusion that Hemsky will get packaged and moved for some support if at all possible.

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#36 Obiwan Eberle - Team Silver Fox
April 29 2013, 12:27PM
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@Harlie

he's assessing his response options....your grandchildren should be able to catch the interview though

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#37 Spydyr
April 29 2013, 12:33PM
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John Chambers wrote:

Yeah, I wouldn't read that "nothing much" is going to happen - MacT is just going about supporting his coach and players diplomatically, and will action some moves as appropriate.

1) Hemmer is gone. Thank God - hope they use the cap space on a Dman or Weiss.

2) Gagner would be a good replacement to Hemmer on the wing. Hall to C please.

3) Better get a good return on that pick because at this time of year everyone in the top-20 looks like a perennial All-Star in the making, although it would be 3 years until Monaghan or Nurse turn into solid contributors, so I really hope they move the pick for a top-pair D.

4) Footspeed comment may be damning of Potter & Whitney

5) Glad MacT understands stats. Surprisingly, very few people over 50 do.

6) Kruger has a short leash. I wouldn't fire him yet either, but I would have someone primed if next season starts off the rails.

This is both what I interperet and hope. In MacT we trust - because everyone else has failed us.

Glad MacT understands stats. Surprisingly, very few people over 50 do.

Typical young whipper snapper thinks they invented everything.

Get off my lawn!!

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#38 Butters
April 29 2013, 12:34PM
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I too take exception to Spector's comments regarding the YAK hatty. Meaningless? In the grand scheme of things, yes. But not meaningless for YAK, it was his first, and not meaningless for the fans. Yak respects the game, the league, and gasp, even the fans. The tres salute was for the fans not for Canucks, not for the media. PFO YAK detractors. Thanks

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#39 Harlie
April 29 2013, 12:42PM
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Obiwan Eberle - Team Silver Fox wrote:

he's assessing his response options....your grandchildren should be able to catch the interview though

haha, well played.

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#40 Quicksilver ballet
April 29 2013, 12:45PM
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Should've been some mention on work ethic. Plenty of nights the Oilers just flat get outworked. Doesn't matter how much skill you have, if you're getting outworked, you end up on the short end no matter how much talent you have.

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#41 DonDon
April 29 2013, 12:49PM
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I know what MacTavish said, but what did he really mean?

* Probably 8 players gone. Does this include the UFAs like Habby, Whitney and Hordichuk, or not? Iikely prospects for movement: Belanger, Petrell, Brown, Eager, Smithson? * Remarks about Peckham. Probably gone. * Remarks about Hemsky. Probably trade bait. * Remarks about Gagner. Mentioned move to wing, but would think that salary demands will determine Gagner's future with the Oil. * Remarks about Jones. Good in the dressing room, but some doubt about him being back as he represents similar skills to the core players. * Remarks about Smyth. Probably a place for him, but reduced role. * Strengthening roster internally. Seems this pertains to defence as Klefboom and Marincin were identified, but no forwards. * Will have to add complementary players to the core, presumbly forwards. * Will sit down with Krueger this week. Krueger probably safe for now, but changes to assistants probably not so much. * Amateur Scouts. Looking at adding a goaltender scout for Europe.

Or am I wrong?

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#42 A-Mc
April 29 2013, 12:59PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

Should've been some mention on work ethic. Plenty of nights the Oilers just flat get outworked. Doesn't matter how much skill you have, if you're getting outworked, you end up on the short end no matter how much talent you have.

There was. when he was talking about that last 5% of effort is where 90% of the goals are. That entire blurb was basically work ethic.

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#43 HugThePost
April 29 2013, 01:03PM
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I think MacT plans to have a chat with Krueger over the summer re: strategy, systems, etc. I am sure the horror of watching the chaos that is our team play ate away at MacT's innards and he won't have any more of it.

Then, I would hope Krueger's leash would be a very very short one when next season starts. Probably wouldn't be a bad idea to have one (or more) coaching candidates waiting in the shadows in case Krueger gets the yank.

No more excuses, the future is here.

Go get 'em MacT.

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#44 Jasmine
April 29 2013, 01:07PM
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@EHH Team

So you want 5 coaches in 7 years? No wonder the rebuild isn't working.

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#45 Jasmine
April 29 2013, 01:09PM
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@Quicksilver ballet

Stop the Lowe hatred already. He had nothing to do with the mess Tambi or Slats made but fans are blaming him. Tambi was the reason as he had no patience with coaches.

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#46 Jasmine
April 29 2013, 01:11PM
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@Walter Sobchak

Why do so-called Oilers fans want to run Gagner out of town. No wonder players don't sign in Edmonton as they know fans will run them out of town.

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#47 Jasmine
April 29 2013, 01:13PM
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@DSF

Spector also took a shot at Yakupov. What is it with the media's hatred of Yakupov?

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#48 Jasmine
April 29 2013, 01:17PM
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@Spydyr

This Lowe hatred is going too far. Now fans are bashing Keegan Lowe as well. When are fans going to be fined for bashing Kevin Lowe because his name isn't Slats?

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#49 Serious Gord
April 29 2013, 01:36PM
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Jasmine wrote:

Why do so-called Oilers fans want to run Gagner out of town. No wonder players don't sign in Edmonton as they know fans will run them out of town.

I don't want to run him out of town. He has become surplus with the addition of eberle and yak. That's what happens when you draft the BPA - you have to move your surplus parts out and get whats missing/deficient in return.

He tries hard, he has touch and gets goals and is probably well thought of in the room. But we dont need what he has - thus it is time to move him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo7zkd0kRS4

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#50 Spydyr
April 29 2013, 01:39PM
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Serious Gord wrote:

I don't want to run him out of town. He has become surplus with the addition of eberle and yak. That's what happens when you draft the BPA - you have to move your surplus parts out and get whats missing/deficient in return.

He tries hard, he has touch and gets goals and is probably well thought of in the room. But we dont need what he has - thus it is time to move him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo7zkd0kRS4

This x10

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