TOP 100 OILERS: JARRET STOLL (69)

Robin Brownlee
April 28 2016 07:00AM

Stoll

In an era when many people get a good chunk of their information from media outlets that seem as interested in celebrity as in actual news, Jarret Stoll has probably been as well-known these last few years for all the hot women’s he’s dated and for getting arrested for drug possession as he has for playing hockey.

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AT RANDOM: FEELING LUCKY?

Robin Brownlee
April 25 2016 11:31AM

Luck

Based on pure entertainment value alone, I’ve got to admit I wouldn’t mind seeing the Edmonton Oilers win the NHL Draft Lottery Saturday, providing long-suffering fans an encore of the day Connor McDavid’s golden ticket to Alberta was punched and the moaning and whining from Toronto began.

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TOP 100 OILERS: DEVAN DUBNYK (70)

Robin Brownlee
April 23 2016 07:00AM

Dubnyk

I’ve got to admit I smiled when Devan Dubnyk was voted the 2015 recipient of the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, annually awarded to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey, as a member of the Minnesota Wild.

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RE-LIVE THE EDMONTON OILERS 1994-95 SEASON

Robin Brownlee
April 21 2016 07:00AM

95Draft

In hindsight, it’s not necessarily a bad thing that the 1994-95 season was shortened to 48 games by a lockout. It saved Oiler fans from enduring a full season of watching a team that not only saw fit to name Shayne Corson as captain and George Burnett as coach, but that would miss the playoffs for the third consecutive season.

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THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER THING

Robin Brownlee
April 18 2016 12:38PM

Challenge

When the NHL introduced a coach’s challenge for offside plays this season, I was all for it. No matter what the sport, I’ve long been a get-it-right guy, especially when multiple angles on replays allow officials, be they on the ice, in the press box or outside the rink altogether, to eliminate human error.

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