ROOKIE BATTLE OF ALBERTA AND SO LONG SOURAY

Jason Gregor
September 14 2010 12:46PM

It is fitting that the morning of a rookie installment of the Battle of Alberta, Steve v. Sheldon rages to a new level.

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ROOKIE POST GAME THOUGHTS AND PAT QUINN'S THOUGHTS ON HIS ROLE WITH THE ORGANIZATION

Jason Gregor
September 12 2010 09:29PM

CALGARY, CANADA - SEPTEMBER 15: Head coach Pat Quinn of the Edmonton Oilers yells from the bench in the third period against the Calgary Flames in NHL preseason action on September 15, 2009 at the Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Mike Ridewood/Getty Images)

A win is a win, right Oiler fans? Last year the Canucks beat up by the OIlers for fun, so while a win in a rookie-only tournament won't remain in the record books, it did remind fans of the Copper and Blue what it feels like to celebrate a win. The Oiler rookies won 4-1, and the least talked about member of the TMJ  trio opened a few eyes and mouths.

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OILERS ROOKIE CAMP GAME ONE V. VANCOUVER

Jason Gregor
September 12 2010 04:44PM

After the most talked about, and hyped summer in Oiler history, we finally get to see the "Future" in game action when Taylor Hall, Magnus Paajarvi, Jordan Eberle and the rest of the Oiler rookies take on the Canucks rookies at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton.

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COGLIANO: REFOCUSED AND CONFIDENT IN HIS FACEOFFS!

Jason Gregor
September 11 2010 10:10PM

Feb 10, 2010 - Anaheim, California, USA - Anaheim Ducks center Kyle Chipchura, left, battles for the puck against Edmonton Oilers center Andrew Cogliano during the first period of an NHL Hockey game at the Honda Center.

Andrew Cogliano signed a one-year deal yesterday and after speaking with him he sounds confident and ready to take his game to the next level this season. Cogliano was very forthcoming in his thoughts on trade rumours, faceoffs and seemed extremely excited to have Tom Renney as his coach.

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Oilers need talent *AND* experience

Jason Gregor
September 09 2010 03:46PM

You can win without talent, but rarely will you be able to win if you don’t have players who play hard for each other, protect one another and work as a cohesive unit on game day.

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