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July 18 2016 10:03AM
This week the boys are joined once again by the host Inside Sports on 630 CHED, Reid Wilkins! Reid and the boys talk about the upcoming 2016-17 Oilers, Reid’s journey throughout his radio career, Mick Jagger’s sexual habits, the best high school football game in Lloydminster history, and Reid recites a poem for Chris The Intern before another rousing edition of Ask The Idiots!
July 18 2016 07:00AM
If you're reading this before 5pm local time there's a good chance that you've chosen us to help you kill company time, and for that we thank you. This week we take swings at when the All-Star Game will roll into town, the best first pairing of all time, culture, and more in this week's mailbag. If you have a question you can always email me or hit me up on Twitter and I will slot you in as quickly as I can. Until then, enjoy the free learning opportunity.
July 17 2016 10:30AM
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July 17 2016 10:25AM
Among the players procured this spring and summer by the Edmonton Oilers, Drake Caggiula is unique. He played college hockey a year ago, is a winger who has played center, he is a substantial offensive player who also killed penalties at UND. Now that the big moves of free agency and the trades have subsided, we have time to look at a wild card option for Edmonton in 2016-17.
July 17 2016 07:00AM
Every day that passes without the Oilers adding an offensive defender to their group makes it feel like this club is done making significant changes to the blueline. This thought scares me. One of the great failings of the Edmonton Oilers a year ago was a definitive lack of offense from the blueline.