September 22 2016 08:38PM

The Edmonton Oilers released their training camp invite list today, and one thing is immediately clear: The team isn't going to be spending a lot of time entertaining long shots.

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Puljujarvi Ready To Ruin Plans

Matt Henderson
September 22 2016 12:36PM

Sometimes a perfectly good plan gets ruined by an unexpected surprise. The weather changes and the picnic gets ruined. Grandma decides now is the perfect time to make an unannounced visit. A Philadelphia Flyers player jumps on Connor McDavid’s back. That kind of stuff.

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Robin Brownlee
September 22 2016 07:00AM

Watching Team North America fly around the ice like a bunch of hot-wired Ferraris and Lamborghinis at the World Championship of Hockey these last few days has been nothing short of a treat. No more so than Wednesday’s crowd-pleasing 4-3 overtime win over Team Sweden.

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Canada Crushes Europe 4-1; Awaits Semi-Finals Opponent

J.D. Burke
September 21 2016 09:48PM

While both of tonight's World Cup of Hockey combatants entered their showdown with a spot in the semi-finals assured, there were high stakes at play for this clash between Canada's hockey establishment and the European conglomerate cobbled together for this tournament's sake. 

A win tonight and the victor would avoid Team Sweden and wait out a match with Team North America or Team Russia -- opponents that seem favourable relative to the Tre Kronor.

With tonight's 4-1 victory, Canada now awaits either their time honoured cross-Atlantic rivals in Russia or some of their country's young in the semi-finals. And they made it look so, so easy. Without Shea Weber, Ryan Getzlaf and Carey Price, the Canadians dispatched Europe in short order, outshooting Europe 46-20 in the process.

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WCOH: North America Wins a Thriller, Sweden Clinches with Loss

Megan Kim
September 21 2016 06:23PM


Credit: Kevin Sousa of USA TODAY Sports

Exhale, everybody. That was undoubtedly the best game of the tournament so far, and if you were watching, count yourself lucky. It will probably end up being the best game of the tournament, period. With a semifinal berth at stake, Team Sweden and Team North America turned in a high-octane thriller that ended in a fitting fashion: An electrifying 3-on-3 OT with end-to-end rushes, dramatic saves, and a beauty of a game-winning goal. 

If you missed this one, you'll want to go ahead and watch a replay of the entire game, because this matchup was one for the ages. Sure, there's no history or bad blood between Sweden and this North America team, but there was a whole lot of skill and talent on the ice between the two teams, and we sure saw plenty of it.

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