GDB -1: FINAL IMPRESSIONS

Jason Gregor
September 27 2013 12:58PM

The Oilers wrap up the preseason with a tilt against the Dallas/Texas Stars tonight in Oklahoma City. The Oilers currently have 27 players remaining in camp, 23 of them are healthy while Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Sam Gagner, Corey Potter and Denis Grebeshkov will start the season on either the IR or LTIR.

It is the final opportunity to impress head coach Dallas Eakins, and tonight's lineup will be very close to what we see next Tuesday when the Oilers open their 34th NHL season against the Winnipeg Jets.

Unfortunately, the Oilers will once again face a lineup with half a roster of AHL-destined players. The Stars still have 20 forwards and 10 D-men in camp, and last night vs. the Avalanche the Stars dressed about 95% of their opening-night roster, so tonight the Oilers will faceoff against Luke Gazdic, Lane MacDermid, Travis Morin, Chris Mueller, Brett Ritchie, Colton Sceviour and others. The Stars will dress two forward lines of NHL players, but it likely won't be their best lines.

Usually the final preseason games involve more NHL-ready lineups, thus allowing the players to fine-tune their skills as well as giving the coaches a better sense of where their team is at. Eakins won't have that luxury this year.

Eakins mentioned he only worries about how his team plays and I respect that, but if your opponents aren't NHL caliber, is it possible to get an accurate gauge on your team's play? It is easier to defend the aforementioned Stars than it would be trying to shut down Jamie Benn, Tyler Seguin, Ray Whitney, Erik Cole, Valerie Nichuskin and Shawn Horcoff.

The Oilers will see a few of those players tonight, but not all of them.

LINEUPS

Smyth-Hall-Hemsky
Perron-Gordon-Yakupov
Joensuu-Arcobello-Eberle
MacIntyre-Acton-Brown

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

Dubnyk

Perron and Joensuu switched spots in practice yesterday and they'll stay that way tonight. That is interesting considering Perron and Eberle have played very well together. Jordan Eberle leads the NHL in preseason points with 8, while Perron leads the league with 5 preseason goals.

I suspect Eakins is just experimenting. Before leaving Edmonton he said he wanted three balanced scoring lines, and putting Eberle with two guys who played a combined eight NHL games last season seems to contradict that. I'm going to guess he's just looking at different combinations.

The Oilers know what they have in Andrew Ference so he'll get the night off.  Belov playing with Justin Schultz tells me he'll be on the opening night roster, likely in a pairing with Nick Schultz. .

PP UNITS...

The Oilers haven't spent much time practicing their powerplay, but yesterday they did.

The first unit consisted of Hall,Hemsky and Smyth up front with J.Schultz and Yakupov on the points. Yakupov on the right point was a focal point in the previous games, and I'm sure we'll see him unleash his one-timer frequently. Smyth replaces Horcoff in front of the net. I understand wanting to use Yakupov's one-timer, but they should also focus on getting Hall in a good shooting lane. He's got an excellent snap/wrist shot.

The 2nd unit will be Eberle, Arcobello and Joensuu as forwards with Perron and Belov on the point. Belov has a bomb of a shot, while most of the puck movement should go between Eberle and Perron.

When Nugent-Hopkins and Gagner return, the Oilers PP should get even better.

Texas Dallas lineup:

MacDermid-Eakin-Nichushkin
Garbutt-Fiddler-Ritchie
Roussel-Mueller-Sceviour
Gazdic-Morin-Smith

Connauton-Oleksiak
Dillon-Fortunus
Nemeth-Jokipakka

Ellis
Nilstorp

QUICK HITS

  • The Stars new green jerseys look fantastic. I rarely like a new jersey more than the old one, but these ones look great, especially on TV.
     
  • Nichuskin has looked great in the preseason, and he'll start the season in Dallas. If he has a good season, I'm sure some will rip the Oilers for taking Darnell Nurse instead of him. Like most draft years, I think you have to wait at least five years to gauge players, and sometimes even longer, especially when comparing a D-man to a forward. It will be a good debate.
     
  • Remind you to watch my fellow Nation writer, Jason Strudwick, this Sunday evening on Battle of the Blades. Struds informed me that his first outfit is, umm, outside his comfort zone. Can't wait, it will be fun. Break a blade Struds.
     
  • Please do me a favour and sign up for Streakcred. I'm getting sick of Wanye texting me every ten minutes reminding me to add a link in my story. The early bird special is on right now for only $15 a team, and it's addicting. The best part is that in addition to winning some cool prizes, you will also be helping out The Inner City Children's Program. Show the world how smart you are, and help kids eat a healthy meat. It's a win-win. You should sign up here.  

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#1 Mikey
September 27 2013, 01:14PM
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I was wondering when N Schultz would get to play.

Maybe this is a good thing for Oilers. Seeing how they react to a "goon" team.

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#2 Cold Hard Truth
September 27 2013, 01:16PM
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Good to see Yakupov's Brett Hull-esque one-timer being put to use.

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#3 Jesse
September 27 2013, 01:31PM
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Great article, Jason. Interesting insight on the lineups.

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#4 brian_d
September 27 2013, 01:32PM
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I know balanced lines are the approach, but I don't like the idea of the Smyth-Hall-Hemsky line. Smyth is just too old to keep up with those guys for a sustained period. On the other hand, I suppose with Hall at LW, our LW depth is compromised to the point where Smyth is pushed into the top 6.

Everything is a stop-gap until we get Nuge and Gags back. Even if Hall does do well at center.

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#5 WONGER
September 27 2013, 01:33PM
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Two top AHL Super Heavies BIG STEVE MACINTYRE and LUKE GAZDIC (24 years old) set to collide in OKC tonight! Wonger rated them 1-2 last year - never fought each other before! MacIntyre absolutely destroyed-dropped JOEL(THE RECKER) RECHLICZ (Washinton at the moment)in 1 of his only 4 fights in the last 2 years in the AHL MAC also destroyed-dropped tough MATT CLACKSON last year!!! Nobody wants to fight him in the AHL either!!! WONGER RATED RECKER #3! Gadzic rarely loses but will have his hands full with BIG MAC!!!

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#6 Dog Train
September 27 2013, 01:34PM
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OK, you got me. I signed up for StreakCred. I figured since my alias, Slick Rick, is currently leading the pre-season standings I should probably show up to defend my title.

As for this game, it can't come and go fast enough for me. I am ready for real hockey and like you said Gregor, it's hard to really evaluate anybody against this type of opposition. I will say 4-1 Oilers. Yakupov and Perron with 2 goals each.

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#7 Czar
September 27 2013, 01:51PM
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I wonder if Whitney will trash the Blues now that he's looking for employment?

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#8 ghostofberanek
September 27 2013, 02:01PM
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Sooo any television tonight?

Also, Oilers win 4-1, 2 goals for Yak, 2 apples for Arco.

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#9 Ducey
September 27 2013, 02:01PM
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Gregor,

I take your point about the NHL lineups, but Erik Cole is a bad example. He stinks. 13pts in 47 games for two teams last year - for $4.5 million a season.

We get mad at Hemsky - he had 20 pts in 37 games. BTW how do you get mad at a guy whose first name is another term for "beers"?

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#10 Racki
September 27 2013, 02:05PM
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brian_d wrote:

I know balanced lines are the approach, but I don't like the idea of the Smyth-Hall-Hemsky line. Smyth is just too old to keep up with those guys for a sustained period. On the other hand, I suppose with Hall at LW, our LW depth is compromised to the point where Smyth is pushed into the top 6.

Everything is a stop-gap until we get Nuge and Gags back. Even if Hall does do well at center.

Smyth is great there right now. Ironically, the Oilers could use a top line lwer right now. Smyth can fake it a while for now (I think he has fit in quite well so far, to my surprise). When Gagner is back, he can slot in at LW if the Oilers want Hall at C still. Joensuu may be able to fill in. Perron can too, but I'd keep him separated from Hall for depth reasons

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#11 Danger Pay
September 27 2013, 02:06PM
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It just goes to show the different approaches and evaluation of talent. Kruger had Yakupov relegated to the third line playing with plugs for most of the year and it cost him the Calder B/C of it. Then he had Smyth on the 4th line playing a limited role, yet Eakins has him on the top line with Hemsky and Hall. I know injuries play a part, but man Smyth can still create a lot of havoc in front of net and Eakins has said Smyth is the Oilers best guy down low and along the boards. I have to say Mac T hit the nail on the head by replacing Kruger. I am now embarrassed for supporting Kruger for as long as I did. Learning from losing...what kind of message is that? Watching the Oilers compete to play and not letting up is going to be fun to watch this year!

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#12 toprightcorner
September 27 2013, 02:10PM
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I love how you included Horcoff as a threat to shut down!!

I would still prefer Yak to shoot from the circle, he gets his onetimers up pretty fast and he will be head hunting like Niinima used too. Also makes us vulnerable if the other team gets a break out.

I like the down low approach that they seemed to do more often last year but as long as the produce, I don't care what they do.

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#13 brian_d
September 27 2013, 02:10PM
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Racki wrote:

Smyth is great there right now. Ironically, the Oilers could use a top line lwer right now. Smyth can fake it a while for now (I think he has fit in quite well so far, to my surprise). When Gagner is back, he can slot in at LW if the Oilers want Hall at C still. Joensuu may be able to fill in. Perron can too, but I'd keep him separated from Hall for depth reasons

Fair enough. I think I should have made it clearer that I meant it for the long term, into October and November. Smyth may be looking good right now (and I agree that he is--should have noted that) but I hope that he can keep it up.

Hoping he proves me wrong!

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#14 916oiler
September 27 2013, 02:19PM
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The Stars' lineup SUCKS. We had better kick the SHHHHHHHH out them tonight!

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#15 Benny Botts
September 27 2013, 02:40PM
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@Gregor

I haven't seen Brule play in years, and I really haven't had a great chance to see Acton yet this year. But do you think if they grab brule off the waiver wire that he is an upgrade over Acton?

And how hard do you think MacT pushes if a reliable vet becomes available on the waiver wire this weekend??

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#16 Racki
September 27 2013, 02:43PM
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@brian_d

Oh I knew that's what you meant. What I'm getting at is they should ride that high while they can, then when he inevitably drops off swap in someone else. With any luck a C will be back.. And maybe you are forced to put Hall back at LW.. Or maybe Joensuu can hack it out a while. Who knows. But let it ride while you can

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#17 Team Omark
September 27 2013, 02:44PM
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I was tempted to signup for StreakCred.. But they only accept visa and mastercard. What year are we in? You blew it Wanye. Ya dun goofed.

I'll put the $15 towards an official, signed Linus Omark Baron jersey instead.

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#18 Mantastic
September 27 2013, 02:50PM
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On the PP they have Hall playing high slot, which i think he will excel at. Hemmer will play half wall and has many different options to distribute the puck as well has Schultz.

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#19 EHH Team
September 27 2013, 02:51PM
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Staples wrote on the Cult of Hockey site that Paajarvi is on the bubble in St Louis & might be waived. Can the Oilers pick him up after having traded him? If so, he would clearly be an upgrade on the third or fourth line.

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#20 Ducey
September 27 2013, 02:53PM
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Benny Botts wrote:

@Gregor

I haven't seen Brule play in years, and I really haven't had a great chance to see Acton yet this year. But do you think if they grab brule off the waiver wire that he is an upgrade over Acton?

And how hard do you think MacT pushes if a reliable vet becomes available on the waiver wire this weekend??

I'd like to see the Oilers upgrade on Acton but Brule doesn't seem like one.

He has more offensive potential than Acton to be sure, but he doesn't play physical and if I recall he was poor on faceoffs. He was a mess on the defensive end of things.

Brule might be a good guy to try and put on the Barons and see if he really has sorted himself out.

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#21 Ducey
September 27 2013, 02:55PM
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EHH Team wrote:

Staples wrote on the Cult of Hockey site that Paajarvi is on the bubble in St Louis & might be waived. Can the Oilers pick him up after having traded him? If so, he would clearly be an upgrade on the third or fourth line.

They would have to trade for him. There is no way teams below the Oilers (particularly the Flames) wouldn't grab him first.

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#22 Racki
September 27 2013, 02:57PM
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EHH Team wrote:

Staples wrote on the Cult of Hockey site that Paajarvi is on the bubble in St Louis & might be waived. Can the Oilers pick him up after having traded him? If so, he would clearly be an upgrade on the third or fourth line.

Extremely unlikely to be waived. If he was, of course the Oil should out claim in. But I did not get anywhere near the vibe that hitch thinks Paajarvi is a disaster that the EJ article portrayed. If anything, they just wish he was more ready for their system. I think they thought he'd fit in easily with no work and we're surprised he isn't what they'd been watching.. Yet. But I think they feel he is very teachable.

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#23 Oiler Al
September 27 2013, 03:05PM
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EHH Team wrote:

Staples wrote on the Cult of Hockey site that Paajarvi is on the bubble in St Louis & might be waived. Can the Oilers pick him up after having traded him? If so, he would clearly be an upgrade on the third or fourth line.

Only if his father is an Oiler coach.!

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#24 RadWab
September 27 2013, 03:10PM
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ghostofberanek wrote:

Sooo any television tonight?

Also, Oilers win 4-1, 2 goals for Yak, 2 apples for Arco.

Although it's not readily apparent on their website.

TV: edmontonoilers.com

Cheers!

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#25 @Oilanderp
September 27 2013, 03:11PM
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@Danger Pay

It's pre-season. Let's not anoint anyone emperor yet.

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#26 The Oilers Shot Clock
September 27 2013, 03:29PM
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I see this thread getting derailed in a hurry if that big Russian kid has a good game. I've already picked my side and I'm digging my trench now to beat the traffic. Nichuskin can go ahead and be player of the game tonight, but Nurse was still a great pick. Even with a preseasons worth of hindsight,I think MacT chose wisely. Would have been really interesting in here tonight if he was playing.

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#27 michael
September 27 2013, 04:00PM
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Not even going to bother with this one on the internet. Not worth the hassle watching the delays and the gliches. I'll do the old reliable standby and tune in on the radio.

Spec is toast. Is Specs Deck in its final incarnation? Or is that still a go for Next year? His deck does not belong to Sportsnet does it? I wish him well.

And the 12-2 slot goes to?

Who in this town is more credible than Brownlee. Get him out of the garage and into the studio.

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#28 Danger Pay
September 27 2013, 04:04PM
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@Oilanderp wrote:

It's pre-season. Let's not anoint anyone emperor yet.

You can't see the night and day difference? I can. Eakins is doing to Kruger what Mac T has done to Tambo. Which is making them look like lazy, outdated wind bags that hockey has left behind.

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#29 Time Travelling Sean
September 27 2013, 04:18PM
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I don't really care about the Nischuskin vs Nurse side of things. Nurse is going to be a better defenseman than Nischuskin and we need a Defenseman.

I'm more interested in Horvat vs Nischuskin. If Horvat becomes a good player I'd love for Nischuskin to become an amazing player, simply to gain a selfish sense of schadenfreude at the Canucks touching the cyclical side of prolonged success. (If you call no SC's a success)

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#30 Quicksilver ballet
September 27 2013, 04:19PM
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@brian_d

That would be the popular opinion amongst most fans. Smytty fans/Dallas Eakins might see it a little differently. Ryan's finally got a set of forwards to play with and succeed. There aren't many more capable of coming off the boards with the puck and getting to the front of the net with your stick on the ice. Ryan Smyth can do all this in spades. Feeding the beast that is Taylor Hall may be all that's required for Ryan to further succeed even beyond this season. I hope it lasts long beyond what most expect it will.

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#31 Rama Lama
September 27 2013, 04:23PM
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No more re-cycling projects........although Brule would be worth a gamble with a two-way contract.

I like everyones game so far this year........still sitting on the fence on Ryan Hamilton though. The one thing that rarely gets talked about is the experience factor on the top six.......chalk up last year to a learning on the job. THis year RNH, Ebs, Hall, Yakupov, Schultz, have some maturity to their game which looks very promising.

If the defense can move the puck like everyone projects.......I like our chances to make the playoffs.

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#32 YA BOI JORDDY EBS
September 27 2013, 04:28PM
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Team Omark wrote:

I was tempted to signup for StreakCred.. But they only accept visa and mastercard. What year are we in? You blew it Wanye. Ya dun goofed.

I'll put the $15 towards an official, signed Linus Omark Baron jersey instead.

DONT DISS THE WAYNE! WHAT YEAR ARE YOU IN? DID YA WANNA PAY BY GOLD COINS YOU HOSER? SUPPORT A CHARITY, HAVE FUN AND QUIT BEING SUCH A NOB! GET OFF THE INTERNETS IF YOU CANT FUNCTION GOOBER.

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#33 Bucknuck
September 27 2013, 04:44PM
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Quicksilver ballet wrote:

That would be the popular opinion amongst most fans. Smytty fans/Dallas Eakins might see it a little differently. Ryan's finally got a set of forwards to play with and succeed. There aren't many more capable of coming off the boards with the puck and getting to the front of the net with your stick on the ice. Ryan Smyth can do all this in spades. Feeding the beast that is Taylor Hall may be all that's required for Ryan to further succeed even beyond this season. I hope it lasts long beyond what most expect it will.

I'm with you Quick.

I picked Ryan Smyth as my star, and I expect him to surprise some fans this year, but sustained time on the top line isn't something I expect to see after RNH comes back.

I think his work on the boards complements the skilled group pretty well, so I hope he doesn't end up stuck with fourth line plugs because that would be a waste.

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#34 gr8one
September 27 2013, 04:46PM
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Ducey wrote:

I'd like to see the Oilers upgrade on Acton but Brule doesn't seem like one.

He has more offensive potential than Acton to be sure, but he doesn't play physical and if I recall he was poor on faceoffs. He was a mess on the defensive end of things.

Brule might be a good guy to try and put on the Barons and see if he really has sorted himself out.

IIRC Brule was actually pretty decent at face-off's AND played with an edge. That was actually a knock against him in some quarters saying that since he was relatively small it put him at risk of injury too often.

I always liked his game when he was on, and man he had a nice shot. I would love to see him get another chance here, if it doesn't work out, no harm no foul.

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#36 madjam
September 27 2013, 05:03PM
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Whitney cut loose from St.Louie . Doubt we'll bring him back ,or Brule . Looked at depth chart for end of season and surprised how many are no longer on team . We have had a makeover , now we see what kind of job we did in a week .

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#37 marty62
September 27 2013, 05:33PM
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I was a big fan of Nischuskin, or however the hell you spell his name, at the draft, but as tempting as it was to grab him, Nurse gives Edm something we havent had since the Pronger incident. Watching that kid play you can see the big, talented nasty Dman he is gonna be. give him a year or two and we wont care how damn good that Russian is. Anyway, we have Yak City and that kid is a damn fine player.

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#38 Fresh Mess
September 27 2013, 06:00PM
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Brule was not bad on face offs. But what next, bring back Comrie? Like Gregor said, you sign Brule to a PTO at Barons camp.

The Oilers look brutal due to horrid centre depth. Belov is looking great.

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#39 @Oilanderp
September 27 2013, 06:02PM
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Danger Pay wrote:

You can't see the night and day difference? I can. Eakins is doing to Kruger what Mac T has done to Tambo. Which is making them look like lazy, outdated wind bags that hockey has left behind.

Krueger didn't even have a pre-season. Furthermore, the only team that iced anything close to an NHL lineup against us was WPG, which we lost.

Keep drinking the Kool Aid man, but.... well.... you know our top 2 centers are out right?

This is not the time for a parade.

P.S. I don't think "getting left behind by hockey" means what you think it means. Krueger has a job with Team Canada.

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#40 Naky
September 27 2013, 06:20PM
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Dallas fielded an AHL roster tonight because they're playing in an AHL barn. The Oilers might feel obligated to ice some stars for their affiliate, but Dallas sure as hell doesn't have to help out. How many NHL players do you really think want to play in that building? How many of our own are cringing internally?

I don't blame the Oilers for doing this for the Barons, but they should have done in much earlier in the pre-season. It was a mistake to do it this late IMO.

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#41 Spydyr
September 27 2013, 06:25PM
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Nice goal Dubbie.See your are in mid season form already.

1-0 Dallas

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#42 @Oilanderp
September 27 2013, 06:37PM
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For out of towners

http://firstrownow.eu/watch/210546/1/watch-edmonton-oilers-vs-dallas-stars.html

EDIT: and yes it does have sound once the play starts

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#43 Samson Loveblast
September 27 2013, 06:49PM
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@@Oilanderp

Thanks homes.

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#44 Fresh Mess
September 27 2013, 06:58PM
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does anyone know why the picture flickers when I try to go full screen on the Oilers web feed?

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#45 YFC Prez
September 27 2013, 07:02PM
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Spydyr wrote:

Nice goal Dubbie.See your are in mid season form already.

1-0 Dallas

well that just about makes up for it

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#46 Spydyr
September 27 2013, 07:04PM
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YFC Prez wrote:

well that just about makes up for it

Not bad but it is tough watching the Oilers starting roster short just Ference getting schooled by Dallas's AHL team.

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#47 YFC Prez
September 27 2013, 07:10PM
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@Spydyr

agreed. It may de the choppy feed, tiny pixels or the low def but why are the farm team cheer ladies appear to be prettier than the octane....That's depressing!

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#48 Spydyr
September 27 2013, 07:12PM
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Fresh Mess wrote:

does anyone know why the picture flickers when I try to go full screen on the Oilers web feed?

Sounds like your computer is lagging change the settings and get a lower video resolution.

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#49 Fresh Mess
September 27 2013, 07:16PM
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@Spydyr

Thanks. I tried the lower settings and same thing. I just gave up on the oilers site and found another stream. Problem gone.

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#50 Fresh Mess
September 27 2013, 07:18PM
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Smac blew a wheel.

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