GDB 54.0: Longest Losing Streak of the Season?

Jonathan Willis
January 26 2014 11:54AM

Chicago. Dallas. Minnesota. Winnipeg. Vancouver. Phoenix. Six straight losses have the Oilers on the verge of their longest ineffective run of the season; only a win over Nashville can halt the trend.

The Road To The Olympics

The schedule softens a little bit after the Olympic break, which is a good thing for the Oilers because they haven’t done a very good job of handling the rough stretches. Take the current six-game losing streak, comprised of a four-game Western road trip and then a home game against Vancouver. The only ‘easy’ matchup was a home game against the non-playoff Coyotes, which the Oilers lost on Friday.

Today the Oilers play the Predators. Tomorrow they play in Vancouver, which based on recent history is a game they’re all but certain to lose (the last time a tired Oilers team played Vancouver they lost 4-0 and were out-shot 40-19). Then there’s a Wednesday game against San Jose, then a four-game road swing out East starting with the Boston that ends with back-to-back games in New York.

A failure tonight gives the Oilers a very good shot at 10 consecutive losses.

Lottery Standings!

Rank Team Pace
1 Edmonton Oilers 56
2 Buffalo Sabres 57 (71)
3 Calgary Flames 68
4 Florida Panthers 76
5 New York Islanders 76
6 Winnipeg Jets 82

Ugh.

Buffalo is on a 57-point pace for the season, but have improved to a 71-point pace under Ted Nolan. Calgary is on track to finish a dozen points ahead of the Oilers. And that is the total number of teams set to finish less than 20 points in front of Edmonton.

Predictions!

Game Day Prediction: The losing has to end at some point; let’s call it 3-1 in favour of Edmonton.

Obvious Game Day Prediction: Even though Devan Dubnyk is not expected to start, Louie DeBrusk will find a way to use the nickname ‘Big Easy’ at least once on the broadcast.

Not-So-Obvious Game Day Prediction: After winning the hardest shot competition yesterday, Luke Gazdic gets an opportunity on the man advantage and scores his first power play goal of the season.

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Jonathan Willis is a freelance writer. He currently works for Oilers Nation, Sportsnet, 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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#1 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 08:41PM
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Another win against a bottom six team.

A team that is scoring impaired; was playing their third road game in four days (did/does the oil have a similar scheduling knot this year?); third string goalie; weber was invisible - touch if the flu perhaps?

It's a win but it certainly does not break any trends or set any new achievement.

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#2 outdoorzguy
January 26 2014, 08:18PM
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Ari Gold wrote:

I don't know if I'm annoyed or happy...

They're winning!

Is this good or bad?

It's bad!! This team is still crap. Even crap wins once in a while. Listen to the fans at the game...they think they're watching the greatest time in the history of the NHL. They must have given out Kool-ade before the game. We should still fire the coaching staff...tonight. It's amazing how one game distorts the truth!!

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#3 JJ
January 27 2014, 08:30AM
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This is hilarious. One win against a non-playoff team and all the sudden we hear "Oh this is the greatest team of all time we're going to win the next 3 stanley cups in a row", and all is forgiven. Guess what, you wake up tomorrow the team is still in the same place it was before. That's the problem here, the fans. They're like dogs, they have no memory of the past, only the present. So one win and all is well! Pathetic and that's why nothing will change.

Oh, and someone please ban that "Oilers domination" tool. What an idiot. There hasn't been any dominating for the past 5 years you've been saying it, won't start to "follow" any time soon. Keep drinking your koolaid kiddies.

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#4 tileguy
January 26 2014, 07:54PM
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To think I got 22 trashes for posting this Jan. 29 on lowetides blog.

NHL rule:

A player who has lost or broken his stick may only receive a stick at his own players’ bench or be handed one from a teammate on the ice. A player will be penalized if he throws, tosses, slides or shoots a stick to teammate on the ice. A player may not participate in the play using a goalkeeper’s stick. A minor penalty shall be imposed for an infraction of this rule.

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#5 bulldog12
January 26 2014, 09:06PM
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@Serious Gord

It's time for you to go, same as DSD or DFG or whatever his name was. You have nothing intelligent to add to the posts.

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#6 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 09:01PM
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BingBong wrote:

Ha, you must not be an Oilers fan.

A win like that certainly DOES break a trend and DOES set a new achievement, at least for this year.

Well it was more than a moral victory I'll give you that.

The trend of beating losers from time to time and being hopelessly inept against better teams remains. As does the win one - lose a bunch.

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#7 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 09:48PM
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bulldog12 wrote:

It's time for you to go, same as DSD or DFG or whatever his name was. You have nothing intelligent to add to the posts.

Then you should be able to easily refute my comments rather than engage in ad hominem attacks.

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#8 tileguy
January 26 2014, 07:57PM
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@tileguy

Ooops jan. 19

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#9 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 01:16PM
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Jonathon:

I think they have a chance at winning three before the five rings break:

Buf NYR And nj

Toss in one more against scoring impaired nsh or van and the hopey talk will resume.

Only to be crushed into dust in the last ten games of the year.

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#10 Johnny Larue
January 26 2014, 07:29PM
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I am seriously sick of Gord and all his sycophants and his continous and monotonous refrain of fire Lowe I hate the coach blah blah blah we get it.

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#11 Zarny
January 26 2014, 08:34PM
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Haha...bad night for all the haters and mouth-breathers.

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#12 TayLordBalls
January 26 2014, 12:56PM
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Go Oilers!

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#13 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 10:50PM
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Johnny Larue wrote:

I am seriously sick of Gord and all his sycophants and his continous and monotonous refrain of fire Lowe I hate the coach blah blah blah we get it.

Thanks for reading!!

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#14 oilersd
January 27 2014, 08:21AM
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Fresh Mess wrote:

Can we credit the assistant coaches for this stunning acheivement?

You can always count on amusing comments from the true believers like this comedic gold nugget after ONE WIN.

After two wins the 'I'm starting to think MacT knows what he's doing' knee-slappers start to appear.

Three wins in 5 games? That will bring about an onslaught of orgasmic pro oil fervour from the bipolar "true fans".

But next loss? I CAN'T EVEN STAND LOOKING AT EAKINS.

I love this place.

I love that so many if you on this site hang on to your negativity like it's your mama's teet. You must be a hoot at parties. I also enjoy how you pointed out what a hypocritical band Wagon jumper I am and then backed it up with all the evidence that supports your claim. Good solid effort there for sure. Shows your intelligence and maturity. Have a good day at school Petey.

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#15 Gk1980
January 27 2014, 06:05AM
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oilersd wrote:

Most definitely good. Don't listen to the haters! The game of hockey is an art form and it takes time to perfect it. In order to be consistent you have to build good habits and that can't just be turned on like a switch. There IS progress with these guys and there will be more going forward. Is this team flawed? Absolutely. Do they need to make some roster changes? Of course. But this team is not nearly as bad as some would have us believe. Same goes for the management and coaching staff. To believe that this management group is incompetent or tanking the team on purpose or whatever asinine crap the haters can dream up is ridiculous. This version of the oilers started with the hiring of MacT and then Eakins and they deserve a fair shake at bringing this team around. Enjoy the win boys cuz there's still a long road ahead. But steps are being taken in the right direction and I choose to believe that the best is yet to come.

Please repost this a few weeks from now when they have lost another 4 in a row.

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#16 Drowning in Oil
January 26 2014, 12:43PM
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The management in this organization should be absolutely embarrassed with how this season has come along. Eakins is a utter failure, Bucky and Smith are jokes, Mac T has to this point done nothing to improve this team from the one a year ago, and then there is Kevin Lowe. it astonishes me this guy can walk around this city with his head held high.

PS. KEVIN LOWE...... The last time you did something good for this team, the Smurfs were a regular Saturday morning show.

No wonder Katz doesn't show his face in Edmonton. He sits back and watches this team fall deeper and deeper into despair.

When fans watch rebuilds start NOW and achieve more success than our team that is 8, sorry Darryl, 4 years into a rebuild, it is pretty disgusting.

This organization is just shameful and it pains me to feel this way because I really, really want to see a winning team.......

But it is just going to happen under this regime!!

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#17 YakSaitl
January 26 2014, 02:55PM
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Fire Lowe and the WHOLE COACHING STAFF!!!

Add a veteran coach who has been in this league for many years and has experience.

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#18 Johe
January 26 2014, 03:36PM
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I for one want to see Eakins get at least another year before declaring him a bust. Same reason a lot of people want to hold on to Yakupov. He's a rookie head coach, and he needs more experience, obviously.

And while some people believe Yakupov is not being put in a great position to succeed because of Eakins, the same could be said about MacT not putting Eakins in a position to succeed. The D corps is brutal. The goaltending was (and possibly still is) very poor. The forwards are too one-dimensional. But slowly the roster is being reshaped and I want to see what Eakins can do next year. He should have a better team, he'll have more experience, and the players will learn they can't just pass blame on to the HC.

The assistant coaches are another matter. They've been here for years. They had their fair shake at helping this team get better. But Eakins... I wanna see how he does with a full season under his belt.

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#19 Fresh Mess
January 27 2014, 06:18AM
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oilersd wrote:

Shift by shift. Better decision making better battle level and way more time in the right side of the puck. Progress. Not contenders yet but better than pretenders for sure.

Can we credit the assistant coaches for this stunning acheivement?

You can always count on amusing comments from the true believers like this comedic gold nugget after ONE WIN.

After two wins the 'I'm starting to think MacT knows what he's doing' knee-slappers start to appear.

Three wins in 5 games? That will bring about an onslaught of orgasmic pro oil fervour from the bipolar "true fans".

But next loss? I CAN'T EVEN STAND LOOKING AT EAKINS.

I love this place.

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#20 Pete
January 27 2014, 08:45AM
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S cottV wrote:

Yeah - wouldn't 15 lbs of muscle look good on RNH and others.

Probably hard to get a gain in season.

Need off season weight training and diet plan to gain muscle weight in the right places.

Need in season program to maintain. So - at this point, don't lose any more weight.

Nice work by the guys vs Nashville.

You never get too high on one win and too low on one loss.

You sure know a lot about men's bodies...

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#21 Hockey Problems
January 26 2014, 12:01PM
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Who cares. The season has been over for three months already. This is THE WORST team in franchise history.

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#22 outdoorzguy
January 26 2014, 02:52PM
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If the reports of 6Rings requesting a "sabbatical" and being turned down are true, then the next honourable thing to do is to fall on his sword and resign. If he's in this for the best interests of the Oilers, then that would be the way to go. This guy can't possibly be unaware of the unrest directed towards him.

How he can go to the rink every day and hold his head up is beyond me.

DO THE RIGHT THING KEVIN LOWE. RESIGN. IF YOU TRULY HAVE THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE OILERS AT HEART, THERE IS ONLY ONE DECISION. BE A MAN AND MAKE THAT DECISION. YOU WILL GAIN FAR MORE RESPECT FOR DOING THAT THAN CONTINUING TO LEAD A ONCE PROUD ORGANIZATION AWAY FROM ANYTHING RESEMBLING MEDIOCRITY AND TOWARDS THE BOWELS OF INEPTITUDE.

Do the right thing!!

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#23 oilersd
January 26 2014, 03:42PM
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I think the team has looked much more promising in the last few outings. They have been feisty and more physical and showed some good push back of late. I am looking forward to another big test for Marincin. With Ference out tonight he is likely to see increased minutes. Same for Petry. Here's to a competitive contest and hope for a win tonight to break the losing streak. Go Oilers!

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#24 outdoorzguy
January 26 2014, 04:11PM
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I truly would like to see some balls by the fans at the game tonight. We keep hearing about chants of fire this guy or fire this other guy. Everyone wears fake Oiler jerseys to the game ( I don't get that, especially if you are older than 12). Everyone flocks to the souvenirs. Lets see some real action tonight. I don't even need to see a jersey on the ice. I just don't want to hear "Go Oilers Go" because its meaningless. Even if we win tonight its still meaningless. Anyone who thinks there is hope for this current team is sadly mistaken. And BOLD MOVES...I don't think firing the coaching staff is a bold move...its just a necessary move.

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#25 Ari Gold
January 26 2014, 05:32PM
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I find myself hoping for my team to lose. It's the only thing that'll truly create change.

Losing will eventually overshadow all 'moral victories' that the Oilers seem to be amazing with. I just can't drink this Kool-Aid anymore.

11-0 Nashville.

Weber scores 6.

Oiler fans realize there isn't a player on their team worth Weber's value.

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#26 Grant fuhr
January 27 2014, 08:31AM
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Hey fellas , was thinking about a comeback. What's the leagues substance abuse policy like these days.

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#27 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 02:53PM
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Let's not forget that this is not the first implosion in the last eight years. MacT resigned and Klowe promoted himself to POHO to give himself cover and MacT essentially went to the mattresses before he was brought back in - quietly before being given the GM job.

This year is yet another implosion - an even bigger one. So far the FOKs and Katz are trying to buy more time by saying that KLowe is not involved in the day to day - despite all evidence and statements to the contrary and putting all of the responsibility on the recently appointed MacT.

A corrupt political or mafia organization would be hard-pressed to do a better job shirking blame/covering up the accountability trail.

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I'm reminded of godfather 1:

Sonny corleone seizing the FBI agent's camera as he took pictures of car license plates - just like Katz banning cars with "fire lowe" license plates.

And Michael Corleone disappearing to Italy (and marrying some fine Sicilian a$$ played by Simonetta Stefanelli) after he shot the police Captain and the mobster and then coming back once the heat was off - just like MacT resigning and then reappearing as VPOHO.

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#28 nuge2nail
January 26 2014, 08:32PM
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Oiler Domination To Follow

Personally I think Macs done a good job in his first year.

Anyone is better than Steady Steve.

Larsson>Horcoff(miracle trade) Perron>Paajarvi(trade of the decade) Hendricks>Dubnyk(preds were duped) Brossoit>Smid(bag of pucks>smid) Scrivens>3rd rounder(great backup with potential)

MacT has 34+ mil in cap space next year- hoping he keeps fixing this great pile of mess he inherited.

J Shultz, Ekblad, Nurse, Klefbom, Marincin - one day good be the makings of a solid defense there.

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#29 oilersd
January 26 2014, 08:57PM
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Ari Gold wrote:

I don't know if I'm annoyed or happy...

They're winning!

Is this good or bad?

Most definitely good. Don't listen to the haters! The game of hockey is an art form and it takes time to perfect it. In order to be consistent you have to build good habits and that can't just be turned on like a switch. There IS progress with these guys and there will be more going forward. Is this team flawed? Absolutely. Do they need to make some roster changes? Of course. But this team is not nearly as bad as some would have us believe. Same goes for the management and coaching staff. To believe that this management group is incompetent or tanking the team on purpose or whatever asinine crap the haters can dream up is ridiculous. This version of the oilers started with the hiring of MacT and then Eakins and they deserve a fair shake at bringing this team around. Enjoy the win boys cuz there's still a long road ahead. But steps are being taken in the right direction and I choose to believe that the best is yet to come.

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#30 Show me da Money
January 27 2014, 07:03AM
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Fresh Mess wrote:

Can we credit the assistant coaches for this stunning acheivement?

You can always count on amusing comments from the true believers like this comedic gold nugget after ONE WIN.

After two wins the 'I'm starting to think MacT knows what he's doing' knee-slappers start to appear.

Three wins in 5 games? That will bring about an onslaught of orgasmic pro oil fervour from the bipolar "true fans".

But next loss? I CAN'T EVEN STAND LOOKING AT EAKINS.

I love this place.

Credit the assistant coaches?

How about we credit Ryan Jones and the fourth line?

He seemed determined in his interview before the game to break out of whatever rut his teammates were in and look what happened? When in the second period the Oilers seemed to be on their heels, the fourth line plugged away and turned the tide.

Give credit where credit is due. Bucky and Smith are a constant in the Oilers multi-year losing streak.

You can bet your next pay cheque that at the end of the season Eakins lets them go and brings in his OWN staff. I think those guys were only kept to keep some continuity and as a trial. They gotta know their days are numbered as assistant coaches. Maybe they'll end up in the organization as scouts or pharmacists?

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#31 Rick Stroppel
January 26 2014, 12:43PM
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MY OWN PERSONAL OILERS BOYCOTT!

Jersey-thrower guys have inspired me. We must take POSITIVE ACTION to end this travesty of hockey justice.

For five years, I have spent ZERO MONEY on Oilers tickets, merchandise, and cable TV access.

Until further notice, I intend to spend ZERO MONEY on Oilers tickets, merchandise, and cable TV access.

The Little Billionaire will RUE THE DAY that he put this storied franchise under the control of a bunch of dimwits!

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#32 john
January 26 2014, 11:37PM
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Look at that clown Eakins, minor league coach yelling behind the bench, none of the guys are paying attention to him. These are professional players, a rookie coach has not won anything, need to earn their respects. Time to fire this clown and bring in a real coach, look at the Jets now, they are winning.

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#33 Cynic
January 27 2014, 03:31AM
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Zarny wrote:

Haha...bad night for all the haters and mouth-breathers.

Wow. A win against a non-playoff team. Start designing the 6th ring. Myopians.

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#34 D-Unit
January 27 2014, 07:17AM
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So, I think all the credit for the win has to go to the coach. After all, it is his fault whenever they lose.

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#35 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 01:16PM
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Double post. Apologies

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#36 Serious Gord
January 26 2014, 06:30PM
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Test

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#37 madjam
January 26 2014, 09:52PM
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Another winning streak started without Ference and Hemsky in lineup . Defence better now . Scrivens played well . Oilers seem to play much better when there is no pressure to make playoffs , etc..

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#38 Cain
January 26 2014, 10:33PM
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Serious Gord wrote:

Another win against a bottom six team.

A team that is scoring impaired; was playing their third road game in four days (did/does the oil have a similar scheduling knot this year?); third string goalie; weber was invisible - touch if the flu perhaps?

It's a win but it certainly does not break any trends or set any new achievement.

Ha ha Gordo this time you have gone too far in your emotional,non-factual assessment...gotcha!!! The Preds are NOT scoring impair...um...this was NOT the Preds 3rd road game in four nigh...oh...well they sure as hell DIDN'T have their 3rd string goalie in the net tonigh...rats...uh,well,um...good night Gord.

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#39 Woogie63
January 26 2014, 12:51PM
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Is there anyone left in the hockey world that thinks Dallas is the hottest coaching prospect in the game?

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#40 outdoorzguy
January 26 2014, 01:02PM
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I hope we lose today only for the dream that this will be the last time we see the 4 idiots behind the bench ever again. Let's keep losing so that SOMETHING has to be done.

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#41 6 ring circus
January 26 2014, 01:07PM
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Woogie63 wrote:

Is there anyone left in the hockey world that thinks Dallas is the hottest coaching prospect in the game?

Yes the three geniuses who are in charge of the Oilers,Katz,Lowe and Mactavish, everyone else does not count, because only Lowe knows a thing or two about winning.

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#42 outdoorzguy
January 26 2014, 02:54PM
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D-Unit wrote:

Krueger is NOT the answer to Coaching. That is all.

So then who?

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#43 oilersd
January 26 2014, 04:21PM
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Serious Gord wrote:

Jesus.

Six losses in a row.

But we are improving!!!

Actually if you follow the games shift by shift there are signs of improvement. It hasn't resulted in wins but slowly the decision making process of a number of players is very much coming around. Last season the top line was only effective off the rush which is a feast or famine way to go about offense. Especially against nhl caliber dmen. This season they are learning (from leprechauns under the arena I imagine since the coach is "incompetent") to dump the puck and then retrieve it and engage in a cycle game. This has resulted in more time spent in the offensive zone and more scoring chances. Yakupov has been skating much better without the puck and now needs to learn how to achieve better body position so he can retrieve and hang on to it. I'm sure the leprechauns will get to that ASAP. Petry has been more physical and has made a more concerted effort to shoot the puck. His defensive thought patterns are still a step behind but that will come. The leprechauns will see to it. Then again maybe you are on to something with this Jesus fellow of whom you speak. Maybe he can save us from the incompetent Mr. Eakins.

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#44 RexHolez
January 26 2014, 06:37PM
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longest losing streak in the worst season of the worst team in NHL History.... Bright times we're living in... lets all meet and sing kumbaya

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#45 RexHolez
January 26 2014, 06:37PM
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longest losing streak in the worst season of the worst team in NHL History.... Bright times we're living in... lets all meet and sing kumbaya

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#46 oilersd
January 26 2014, 10:41PM
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@Serious Gord

Ad hominem. Snap! You got word of the day t.p. for Christmas too!?

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#47 pkam
January 27 2014, 09:09AM
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Zarny wrote:

Nuge is 20. That's what he still looks like a bone rack. Marincin is also 20 and Hall is only 22.

I agree access to a nutrition and health adviser is a good idea but that isn't why these kids haven't filled out yet. They simply haven't matured. At this point in the season the focus should be on avoiding weight loss. Gains are primarily made during the off-season.

Marincin is not 20 but 21. He was drafted in the same year of Hall. Hall is 22, Marincin can't be 20.

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#48 Show me da Money
January 26 2014, 12:04PM
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The one thing we're good at... GETTING HIGH LOTTERY PICKS!

At everything else the Oilers suck.

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#49 Lowe Expectations
January 26 2014, 12:05PM
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The first picture is great. I can hear Eakins now, "we gotta, we gotta, we gotta.....damn I got nothing".

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#50 MessyEH
January 26 2014, 12:14PM
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GDP Oilers lose 4-2, but it's considered a moral victory due to

OGDP Perron breaks out of his funk for two. Shea Webber checks Sammy Snow pants into next year. Oilers are unable to trade Gagner because he is injured.

NSOGDP HENDRICKS gets a Gordon Howe Hat Trick. Shea Webber wears a hat saying fire Lowe. And is traded mid game to the Oilers

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