Oilersnation Radio Episode 206 – Fake Trade Proposals & The Idea of Trading The First-Round Pick
By Zach Laing11 months ago
A new episode of Oilersnation Radio is here to take you into the weekend!
Baggedmilk was away today, so it was just Tyler, Rick and Dan with you for an hour of straight hockey talk and if you’re a fan of offseason rumours and fake trade proposals, then you will love this episode. To kick things off, they handled today’s Oodle Noodle Delicious Debate, which was: on a scale of 1-10 how comfortable would you be with the Oilers trading their first-round pick in this year’s NHL Draft? The guys agreed that they’d be okay with doing it, depending on the return, but this sparked an extensive conversation about what kind of forward the Oilers should target.
After debating over the likes of Alex DeBrincat and Josh Anderson for a while, they realized that the Oiler’s biggest need is not scoring wingers. Ken Holland needs to find a starting goaltender and a defenseman. They kicked around a few ‘armchair GM’ style trade proposals that involved the likes of Mackenzie Blackwood, Semyon Varlamov, and Jacob Chychrun. To wrap up the episode, they had a new edition of ‘Ask The Idiots’ for Busters Pizza where they talked about their dislike of mosquitos and hangovers plus they played a fun game where they combined to Oilers to make one super player! They also gave their Twig & Barry’s Hot & Cold Performers of the week!
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