NEW LINES, OR JUST KEEPING THINGS FRESH?

Jason Gregor
October 19 2010 01:40PM

Tom Renney juggled his top three lines in practice this morning at Millenium Place, but was this just a way to get the attention of his players, or will Renney keep these new combinations in tact for Thursday's game v. the Wild?

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Pipeline #1

Lowetide
October 18 2010 05:12PM

That's Kyle Beach (left) being interviewed by Guy Flaming. The Pipeline Show is gaining recognition for their exceptional coverage of junior and college hockey along with outstanding pre-draft and draft coverage. Flaming and Dean Millard have created an outlet for players and coaches who rarely get noticed, and offer the hockey fan the earliest look available at the future of the game.

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SHOOTING, FACEOFFS and LEARNING

Jason Gregor
October 18 2010 01:58PM

The Oilers had yesterday off and today they did an off-ice workout and some film study. They will be back on the ice tomorrow at Millenium Place, SMACKDOWN is at Rexall, and you can bet that Tom Renney will be want to focus on a few areas. Faceoffs is an obvious weakness right now, but there are other areas that he need work.

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BLINDSPOTS: WHAT THE OILERS DON'T SEE

Robin Brownlee
October 17 2010 01:32PM

When it comes to organizational blind spots, the Edmonton Oilers seem as incapable of recognizing the importance of having centres who can win face-offs, and doing something about it, as the Philadelphia Flyers have been at finding goaltenders who can stop pucks.

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Tracking the Department of Youth

Lowetide
October 17 2010 06:59AM

In our weekly look at Oilers prospects, it looks like some of the kids in junior are on their way to breakout seasons. At the AHL level, some prospect progress and some trying times for future Edmonton Oilers.

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