RADIO GA-GA V: APPETITE FOR OILERS LUNCH

Robin Brownlee
April 25 2011 06:55PM

If 630 CHED was among the sceptics two years ago when I suggested Bob Stauffer could end up splitting his time between being an analyst for their radio station on Edmonton Oilers game nights and hosting a noon-hour call-in show across town at TEAM 1260, they aren't doubters now.

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NATION RADIO - APRIL 23, 2011

NationRadio
April 25 2011 02:59PM

Have you heard of the radio? Have you heard of NationRadio? Why not give it a listen - it really is a heck of a show . Cam Connor, Bob Stauffer, Jason Gregor, Kent Wilson and Jonathan Willis round out the guests for the week of April 23, 2011, joined as always by the legendary Lowetide.

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OKC: It Was A Very Good Year (UPDATE: Marincin signs!)

Lowetide
April 25 2011 09:33AM

We learned a lot about Oklahoma City this season. We now know how to pronounce the state's name properly (this woman was central to the process) and we know that Oklahoma produces lots and lots of really good country singers. What else have we learned?

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PF 2011

Lowetide
April 24 2011 08:56AM

The day Boston drafted Milan Lucic, it was not obvious to all the Bruins had selected a future impact forward. He had size--6.02, 204 according to Central Scouting--but he wasn't at the top of the scoring charts (9 goals all season) and his PIMS (149) suggested long stretches in the sin bin for feeling shame. The Edmonton Oilers need a "Milan Lucic" and right soon--where is he? 

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The Top Goal-Scorer in the American Hockey League

Jonathan Willis
April 23 2011 08:06PM

We’ve had occasion this season to talk about a lot of the Oilers’ prospects in Oklahoma City. At times, it felt like three-quarters of the NHL squad was made up of call-ups from the AHL team. Players like Linus Omark, Teemu Hartikainen and Jeff Petry made lasting impressions, while others like Alex Giroux, Ryan O’Marra and Chris Vande Velde got more limited cameos.

One of the players who has been mostly ignored in this shuffle is Colin McDonald, a long-time Oilers farmhand who this year lead the American Hockey League in goal-scoring.

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