AND THEN THERE WERE TWO

Jason Gregor
November 01 2010 01:45PM

 

The Jeff Deslauriers experiment seems to have finally come to an end. The Oilers put Deslauriers on waivers today, and if no one claims him by noon EST tomorrow, he'll be sent down to Oklahoma City. Deslauriers was drafted 31st overall by the Oilers in June of 2002, and in his eight years with the Oilers he posted a record of 20-31-7 with a 3.27 GAA and .901 SV%.

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Tracking 2010

Lowetide
October 31 2010 08:13AM

It takes years to properly evaluate a specific draft year. However, we can count the arrows (good and bad) for each player in a specific draft and the 2010 Oilers entry draft is tracking extremely well. We've discussed Taylor Hall, Martin Marincin and Curtis Hamilton in past weeks, and in the last 7 days Ryan Martindale has joined the party.

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PAGING MR. PENNER

Robin Brownlee
October 30 2010 09:46AM

 

Dustin Penner took up a seat on the Edmonton Oilers charter flight for games on the road in Calgary, Columbus and Chicago, but the enigmatic big man didn't accomplish much aside from occupying space.

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Take it to the Limit

Lowetide
October 30 2010 08:03AM

Opening night, 2010-11. The Edmonton Oilers--coming off the worst season in their history--had three highly touted rookies and 82 games ahead to show what they could do. It didn't take long for the youngsters to take it to the limit. 

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DEVAN DUBNYK: MINEFIELD IN THE BLUE PAINT

Robin Brownlee
October 29 2010 02:49PM

Edmonton Oilers' Devan Dubnyk makes a save against the Columbus Blue Jackets' during the third period of their NHL hockey game in Columbus, Ohio, October 28, 2010.  REUTERS/Matt Sullivan  (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)

Can Devan Dubnyk overcome the Edmonton Oilers to become a bonafide starter in the NHL? I don't know the answer to that, but unless the Oilers get a clue about how to develop goaltenders, he's going to have to.

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