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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #38 – Matthew Strome

While they still have a long way to go before they can compete with the Sutters as the premiere hockey family, the Stromes are well on their way to making a name for themselves, with a third brother entering the NHL draft in six years. Unlike brothers Ryan and Dylan, however, Matthew Strome isn’t expected…

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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profiles: #39 – Conor Timmins

Conor Timmins may be a bit late on the list here, and a lot of that may be my own fault. I will admit that in retrospect I ranked him way too late, skewing the average. Ironically, I will now be the one to guide you through our profile of the 6’1, right-shot defender. Timmins…

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Peter Chiarelli Talks Kris Russell, Hall for Larsson, Expansion, and the NHL Draft

On Tuesday, Peter Chiarelli sat with TSN’s Pierre LeBrun to talk about all things Edmonton Oilers. Yesterday, I covered the Jordan Eberle trade speculation and what Chiarelli had to say about McDavid and Draisaitl’s new contracts. In today’s breakdown, I’ll focus on what the GM had to say about Kris Russell returning, expansion, Taylor Hall, and…

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Oilers have second highest opening odds (10-1) to win 2018 Stanley Cup

A Champion for 2017 hasn’t been crowned yet, but Vegas has already released its first set of odds for the 2018 Stanley Cup. We still have a ways to go before the 2017-18 season begins. Nashville and Pittsburgh are duking it out in the Cup Final right now, 30 teams are going to have to navigate through…

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Should We Be Afraid of an Offer Sheet?

Did you guys hear? Leon Draisaitl’s ELC ends this year and as of July 1st, he becomes a Restricted Free Agent for the first time in his career. This means a lot of things. It means Drai is now graduating out of his beginner shorts and is putting on his big boy pants. This summer, he…

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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #40 – Jonah Gadjovich

Clocking in at #40 on our consensus ranking is gritty power winger Jonah Gadjovich. Gadjovich has flown under the radar this season, despite finishing first in goals among draft-eligible players in the OHL. For some reason, most publications have Gadjovich ranked as a second or third-round pick, which is odd given his projectable 6’3″ frame…