Linus Omark scores four goals for OKC

Jonathan Willis
October 26 2013 09:59AM


So judging by the highlights, it was the Linus Omark show in San Antonio last night.

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October 25 2013 05:07PM


I've written an article about Tyler Pitlick over 40 times since he was drafted, which means I'm either diligent or a sucker for punishment. Pitlick's career progression is a reminder for all of us: these prospects rarely go in a straight line, and sometimes they lose one or two useful things along the way. 

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Oilers top line hits a big bump in the Road

Jason Strudwick
October 25 2013 09:32AM


The Nuge, Yak and Ebs trio were taught a pretty stiff lesson last night by the Washington Capitals top line. Ovie and his two line mates outscored the Oilers top line and that was the difference in the game.

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October 24 2013 06:16PM


The Edmonton Oilers are going to be doing some juggling soon, as Oscar Klefbom nears NHL readiness. There's some pressure for Klefbom to graduate too, as a fairly substantial defensive queue is forming. "Stack 'em and Rack 'Em" only works for so long, and after that you've got to play these kids, and the idea of three rookie blue (Nurse, Klefbom, Marincin) beginning at the same time is not an attractive one. How can Edmonton bring these guys in without going through an extreme period of transition?

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Jason Gregor
October 24 2013 12:56PM

Alex Ovechkin is my favourite player to watch in the NHL. I loved his "hot stick" celebration after he scored 50 goals for the 3rd time in his career, and right now he's scoring goals more frequently than everyone, including Steven Stamkos.

Ovechkin has 9 goals in 9 games this season, and 31 in his last 30 games dating back to last year. After scoring 32 goals in 2011 and 38 in 2012, many wrote Ovechkin had lost his offensive flair and had become too predictable.

Adam Oates became the coach of the Capitals and he convinced Ovechkin he could be more productive on the right wing, after playing the previous seven NHL seasons on the left side.

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