Jason Gregor
October 23 2012 04:07PM

Would Roberto Luongo play for the Oilers? Would the Oilers trade for him? Would you want him between the pipes whenver this ridiculous lockout ends?

Canucks beat reporter Jason Botchford tweeted a few days ago that the Oilers are one of three or four teams in the mix. Before you jump off the deep end and suggest this is bunk, keep in mind Botchford was the guy who had Shane Doan down to two teams, Vancouver and Phoenix, and after Doan signed in Phoenix he admitted that the Canucks were #2 on his list.

The question is should the Oilers trade for him?

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Yakupov scores with 10 seconds left to win a KHL game

Steve Dangle
October 23 2012 03:20PM

Hey all! Steve Dangle here from the Leafs Nation *braces for barage of batteries and tomatos*

I do highlights for the KHL's official YouTube channel along with fellow Nations contributer Andrey Osadchenko, and I thought you'd like to see Yakupov score this game-winner with 10 seconds left.


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Oh Lou! You Devil!

October 23 2012 01:21PM

The Devils made it to game six of the Stanley Cup finals this June. The year before they finished 22nd overall in the league, won the draft lottery and moved up to select Adam Larsson 4th overall. Prior to that the Devils have been a model of a consistent and competitive franchise. Full steam ahead, then for these Devils? Maybe if your name is Edward Smith.

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A little bit too Eager

Jason Strudwick
October 23 2012 10:52AM

Friday night, Edmonton Oilers forward Ben Eager got into an altercation with a doorman at a bar in Toronto. Details are a little slim and I don't really care what happened. Bar fights happen every night all across Canada but when they involve a NHL player, especially during a lock out, it becomes big news.

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Malkin & Kulemin light it up, Ovechkin scores and gets punchy, and more KHL Highlights

Steve Dangle
October 22 2012 11:04PM

Lots of KHL goodness today. Malkin puts up 4 points and helps Nikolai Kulemin get two of his own, Ovechkin scores and helps Nicklas Backstrom get his first KHL point, and he gets a little punchy, too.


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