Hometown Focus: Chimera reaches 1000 games.

Jason Gregor
February 02 2017 10:25AM

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Tomorrow in Detroit, New York Islanders forward, and Edmonton resident, Jason Chimera will play his 1000th regular season NHL game. He'll be the 309th player in NHL history to reach the mark and only the 10th player from Edmonton and surrounding area.

It is quite the achievement for the Millwoods minor hockey product and I caught up with Chimera earlier this week to discuss reaching the 1000-game milestone.

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Real Life Podcast: Episode 13: Struds in Hong Kong

Real Life Podcast
February 02 2017 08:00AM

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This week Struds was live in Hong Kong and Gregor was in Edmonton. We are not sure if it is the first Edmonton-Hong Kong live Podcast, but it is definitely rare.

The boys discussed hockey in Hong Kong, the NHL's top-100 and what to expect in the "second half" of the season.

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Winners from the first half and a last call for the mid-season NationDraft

baggedmilk
February 02 2017 07:00AM

Last Call

Last week, I told you all about the playoff push NationDraft and today I'm turning the bar lights on to let you know that you're running out of time if you want to sign up. This is your last call to enter this charity draft for a chance to win all kinds of cash (read: visa cards) to spend on pogs, bubblegum, and whatever else you're into collecting.

Play against readers across the Nation Network in the 2016-17 Mid-Season Nation Drafts. Grand Prize is a $1000 Visa Gift Card! Enter your fantasy hockey team at nationdrafts.com for your chance to win and support a good cause! The entry fee is $20, with a portion of all proceeds going to support our charity partner, Earth Group.

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Oilers trade Moroz for Samuelsson

Zach Laing
February 01 2017 03:32PM

Wednesday afternoon, the Oilers traded a former Oil King for a former Oil King.

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Report: Cap to remain flat next season

Zach Laing
February 01 2017 01:01PM

According to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman, the NHL's salary cap will be remaining flat next year.

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