Oilers Prospects at the Canadian WJC Summer Camp

Jonathan Willis
August 06 2009 01:00PM

Yesterday was the opening day of the Canadian junior hockey team’s summer orientation camp, and the Oilers have three prospects participating: 2008 draft picks Jordan Eberle and Philippe Cornet, and 2009 pick Olivier Roy.

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Deep thoughts XI: Making due

Robin Brownlee
August 05 2009 11:45PM

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Making the best of a bad situation is usually easier said than done, but when it's the only option, you can either play the cards you're dealt and suck it up or fold your hand, pee your pants and curl up in a corner sobbing at the injustice of it all.

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Best of The Rest: Free Agent Goaltenders

Jonathan Willis
August 05 2009 01:11PM

It’s early August, and the NHL is about as far off of the radar as it could possibly be. Free agency has cooled down, the draft is far in the rear-view mirror and the fact of the matter is that there aren’t a lot of stories to cover (side point: how stupid is it that the draft and free agency both get jammed together at the end of June/very start of July?).

However - there remain teams with holes (most of them) and players capable of filling those holes. We’ll start by considering free agent goaltenders.

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What's next? The Valley Zoo?

Wanye
August 05 2009 10:14AM

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We vividly recall the fiasco when Jason Gregor decided to try and expand our minds and talk about a different local team: the Edmonton Rush. We also remember the hilarious backlash he suffered and how we ourselves chimed in saying we know little about local sports and can't think of a reason to start caring.

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A tearful goodbye

Wanye
August 04 2009 02:02PM

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The Oilers took the time to hold a press conference on Friday to announce that they were officially giving up on Dany Heatley. The “GM” of the Oilers Steve Tambellini gave us all a good laugh proposing this team has what it takes to make the playoffs and gently suggested we all say goodbye to our dreams of Heatley lighting the lamp in Copper and Blue. This was easily the hardest goodbye of our long weekend, until Sunday when our car was broken into and our BlackBerry was stolen.

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