STOP BREAKING DOWN

Although we have miles to go before the final list is complete (I will post my final list in early June again, so I can enjoy other lists and rankings…

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HEART OF SATURDAY NIGHT

Oh those Saturday nights! Back in the 1980’s, you could be assured of…

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G75 2016-17: AVALANCHE AT OILERS

The Edmonton Oilers are now driving toward clinching a playoff spot and that…

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TROUBLE ON GARCES HIGHWAY?

I love old movies. Old movies mean a more leisurely story and each frame gives…

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DON’T WORRY BABY

Sometimes in life, when you need it, God gives you a Colorado—and it turns…

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G74 2016-17: OILERS AT AVALANCHE

Sometimes you’re the windshield, sometimes you’re the bug. A game that had been built up (some said ‘game of the year’!) beyond…

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G73 2016-17: OILERS AT DUCKS

There are a few things about this spring that are going to be different around here. Draft coverage is going to be sporadic and limited. Game day threads…

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IT NEVER RAINS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Before the 1994 draft, Glen Sather told his scouts he didn’t need a home run at No. 4 and No. 6, but both prospects chosen needed to be bona fide…

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SKATE WITH MCDAVID

On the morning of Sunday, January 22nd, I found myself at the hockey rink. Not exactly breaking news, weekends at hockey rinks are a second home for Canadians,…

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THUNDER ROAD

On a night when the Los Angeles Kings arrived desperate and left frustrated, the Edmonton Oilers were all business and the result was never in doubt. Midway…

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G72 2016-17: KINGS AT OILERS

The Edmonton Oilers and Los Angeles Kings have played some huge games over the last four decades, and met often in the playoffs during the 80’s glory…

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THE WHL AND THE OILERS (FREE AGENT EDITION 2017)

The Edmonton Oilers have been known to sign undrafted CHL players to NHL contracts (Braden Christoffer) and AHL-only deals (Josh Winquist, Jaedon Descheneau)…

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ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN

On a night when little rhymed, there was no need to tell Tchaikovsky the news. Rembrandt left during the first period, and Picasso fell asleep. No matter….

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