The weekend is nearly here and that means we’re back with a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to make sense of everything that’s happened here in Edmonton and around the NHL over the last seven days. On this week’s show, we looked at the Habs run to the finals, Oscar Klefbom’s future, Mark Messier going to ESPN, and a whole lot more.
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Kicking off this week’s podcast, we got started with a look at the Montreal Canadiens and whether or not there is anything to be learned from their miracle run to the Stanley Cup Finals. From their depth throughout the lineup to Carey Price’s brilliance to the way all four of their lines were finding ways to contribute, the Habs got the most out of their roster because they had the depth to compete even when their best players weren’t on the ice. Somehow that conversation about Montreal led us to talk about baseball for five minutes after several pitchers have stripped their clothes off during the past week as a result of the new rule where managers can check for stick stuff whenever they want. Getting back to hockey, we started in on yet another conversation about how terrible NHL referees have been lately, and whether or not there’s going to be any change with the officiating moving forward. Next up, we ran through a bunch of Oilers housekeeping items that happened this past week before wrapping up the podcast with another edition of Hot and Cold performers.
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