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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GDB 9.0: SHOOT OUT STREAK BLOWS INTO CHICAGO

Jason Gregor
October 29 2010 01:15PM

 

The Oilers blew into Chicago riding a six-game losing streak, but they get a bit of a break as Marian Hossa is out due to injury. The defending champs are 6-4-1 so far, but right now they don't look anywhere near the team that hoisted the Stanley Cup in June.

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AROUND THE LEAGUE: WEEK THREE

Jason Gregor
October 28 2010 03:49PM

The game many of us grew up playing or watching will once again have to face one of its deepest and darkest secrets now that Graham James is back in Canada. This time around, I hope the hockey world embraces the victims and sets the stage for other victims to come forward because the hockey world will support them too.

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GDB 8.0: Oil in Columbus

Lowetide
October 28 2010 12:42PM

Columbus is the 4th largest city in the Amercian midwest. Named after Christopher Columbus (who owned a Starbucks downtown), it was recently ranked as the 18th best place in the USA for a woman to find a useful male.

Rascal Flatts are from Columbus, Joe Walsh and Dwight Yoakam too. Jesse Owens and Jack Nicklaus are from Columbus. The great Beverly D'angelo is from Columbus, Ohio. Entertaining hockey is also available from time to time in Columbus. 

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OOOO A MYSTERY!

Wanye
October 28 2010 12:19PM

The Nation is a place for ice hockey discussion, squee fests and a forum for smart people to debate non-sensery. We make an appeal to those brains now as we have just watched a video of an Irish Film maker who claims to have caught wind of a time traveller in a Charlie Chaplin Movie.

As crazy as that sounds we can't say we quite make sense of what we are watching either. So we turn it over to the Nation for debate - though it clearly has nothing to do with Ice Hockey.

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