G7 2016-17: CAPITALS AT OILERS

The Edmonton Oilers face a tough test tonight, as the high-flying Washington Capitals come to town with goals on their minds. I saw them early last season at Rexall, and it was barely fair. I hope we see a better game tonight, keep this season positive. That said, credit where due—this team has delivered wins in a part of the season when it was expected. A soft part of the schedule has not resulted in multiple wins during this long period of losing, small victories are big steps.

AND NOW FOR SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT, YEAR OVER YEAR

  • Oilers in October 2015: 2-4-0, goal differential -4
  • Oilers in October 2016: 5-1-0, goal differential +7

Edmonton won Game 7 last fall, over the Detroit Red Wings by a 3-1 score. Cam Talbot was solid in net, Connor McDavid, Mark Letestu and Teddy Purcell scored for the home team. The Pouliot—McDavid—Yakupov line was making good time during this period, and the club had recovered nicely from the 0-4-0 start.

OILERS BLUE, 2016-17

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  • Oscar Klefbom is from Karlstad, Sweden and Adam Larsson hails from Skelleftea. I don’t know much about Sweden, beyond everyone appears to be fantastically handsome, but one thing I thought I knew was that it was a small country geographically. According to the Al Gore, it is an 11-hour drive between the two locales. Huh. That is a longer drive than Edmonton to Spokane—something I have done (and a very long day). No wonder the Swedes make great stretch passes.
  • Klefbom—Larsson are playing the tough opposition. NaturalStatTrick tells us the names of forwards who have faced Oscar Klefbom for more than nine minutes this season at 5×5: Kris Versteeg, Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Alexander Steen, Jaden Schwartz, Michael Frolik. Adam Larsson has pretty much the same list. The price for Larsson was savage, some say it was mercury poisoning. Six games in, he also appears to be a capable NHL defenseman. Lose the battle, win the war? I don’t think we can say that at this point.
  • Andrej Sekera’s most common forward opponents so far? Robby Fabbri, Paul Stastny, Johnny Gaudreau, Kris Versteeg and Sean Monahan. Kris Russell has basically the same list. I am struck by the similarities between the top pairing and second pairing in terms of top opposition. Do we have strong evidence that Todd McLellan is line matching? The Flames have been an opponent twice—home and road—so maybe there was a hard match at home and the opposite happened on the road.
  • Darnell Nurse has a list we associate with a depth pair, including Matt Tkachuk, Troy Brouwer, Sam Bennett, Marcus Foligno, Johan Larsson, Patrik Berglund, Nail Yakupov. Eric Gryba has a similar list, interesting to see Dustin Byfuglien playing so much, I think that is a reflection of Winnipeg running the living hell out of him.

OILERS FORWARDS, 2016-17

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  • The McDavid line is among the league’s best in possession and have combined for nine of the team’s 24 goals.
  • The Nuge line has had some success with Zack Kassian but remains shy of expectations in the boxcars. I am a big believer in Benoit Pouliot as a strong option, and believe Mr. McLellan may have to move him up to the McDavid line (and Lucic to the Leon line, Maroon to Nuge) in order to make this thing go.
  • The Leon line (Maroon-JP) has combined for four goals, more expected based on opposition.

Tierney does great work, if you don’t follow him you are in for a treat when you do. Among the things that are of interest here—Nuge—Pouliot need to get going here. Also, Slepyshev is more effective than Puljujarvi in these early days and that may well be the result of this early season audition. Exceptional talent gets extra time, though, so we probably won’t have an answer for some time. The Leon group needs to have success though, especially considering the quality of opposition.

  • McDavid line opposition: Giordano—Brodie, Bouwmeester—Pietrangelo, Toby Enstrom—Tyler Myers. Source
  • Nuge line opposition: Morrissey—Byfuglien, Dougie Hamilton, TJ Brodie, Dmitri Kulikov, Deryk Engelland. Source
  • Leon line opposition: Gorges—Ristolainen, Engelland, Hamilton, Noah Hanifin, Jakub Nakladal. Source

Oilers are 5-1-0, but the soft parade is not being hammered by the Leon line—yet. Is the best option Jesse Puljujarvi? Anton Slepyshev? Or will the team move Leon to the Nuge line when Drake Caggiula returns? Folks, this is why we talk about balance every blasted summer—the coach needs more viable options.

LOWDOWN WITH LOWETIDE

At 10, TSN1260, we roll with a fun and informative show. Scheduled to appear:

  • Bruce McCurdy, Cult of Hockey. We will check BM’s excitement level after six games. Also, his excellent interview with Tyler Benson.
  • Andrew Stoeten, BlueJaysNation. Cleveland wins Game 1, but this series has a long way to go. The Cubs bats will no doubt wake up tonight. Plays, Jays winter.
  • Jason Rogers, Japers’ Rink. Jason covers one of the most enjoyable teams in the NHL, so we will discuss the Capitals and what we should be looking for in terms of tweaks and changes from a year ago.
  • Jeff Krushell, Krush Performance. A couple of WS moments to talk about, including cramping (!!!) in October and a starting pitcher with a rising pitch count because he is striking out everyone who comes to the plate.

10-1260 text, @Lowetide on twitter. Talk soon.

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  1. dustrock says:

    McLellan must watch a lot of Italian soccer. He essentially has them playing catenaccio. And it works because of McDavid.

  2. Bulging Twine says:

    Draisattl turns 21 tomorrow

  3. Gerta Rauss says:

    Jethro Tull:
    I have it! After quite a while of trying to remember who Trotz reminds me of, it’s Ming the Merciless!

    He’s Grampa Munster

  4. who says:

    Drew: and yet Korpikowki get signed year after year. You are incorrect when you say that some people think they are smarter than GMs. i know 50% of the posters here are smarter than Tambillini (an actual NHL GM who made millions of $) So what is the point again?

    Is information use it or don’t pay attention.

    You don’t KNOW this. It’s just your opinion and maybe it’s different than mine. And that is no big deal.
    My point is that I don’t think you can just pull up some numbers and declare that one player is as good as or better than another. It’s just an opinion, whether you use stats to back it up or not. But I guess that is the never ending debate between fancy stats and the eye test.
    On a side note I think the oilers were lucky to win this one. Seemed like the caps were dominating in the oilers end for large chunks of this game. Wonder what the stats will say.

  5. striatic says:

    Interesting. On the season, McDavid has a 5v5 CF% of 58.08 with Milan Lucic and 40.82 without Milan Lucic.

    Was not expecting that steep a drop off.

    [With Eberle, McDavid is 55 with, 50 without]

  6. Pouzar says:

    Robin Brownlee ‏@Robin_Brownlee 2m2 minutes ago
    RNH with two assists and 63 per cent on the dot (10-6). Best game of the season for No. 93.

  7. dangilitis says:

    Forgive me if anyone’s said this yet, but we are a clear and legitimate 3 Bettman points up on 2nd in the Western Conference (2 if Colorado wins the next 2 games). “Easy” schedule be damned!

  8. SayItAin'tSo, Gretz, SayItAin'tSo! says:

    They have to focus, Friday isn’t far away. A solid win over the Nucks would be an oh so great way to start off a weekend.

  9. Alpine says:

    NatStat had us at 50% CF at evens tonight! I love Corgis!

  10. Pouzar says:

    Alpine:
    NatStat had us at 50% CF at evens tonight! I love Corgis!

    Yup…and we had the HDCF% edge as well 56.25%

  11. Drew says:

    who: You don’t KNOW this. It’s just your opinion and maybe it’s different than mine. And that is no big deal.
    My point is that I don’t think you can just pull up some numbers and declare that one player is as good as or better than another. It’s just an opinion, whether you use stats to back it up or not. But I guess that is the never ending debate between fancy stats and the eye test.
    On a side note I think the oilers were lucky to win this one. Seemed like the caps were dominating in the oilers end for large chunks of this game. Wonder what the stats will say.

    No one said that Demers is better than Larson! Just that Demers is putting up really good numbers and looks to be playing 1-2 pair number with a rookie.

    Is not a this or that, Just a piece of the information puzzle. You made it analytics vs watching the game or an all or nothing situation. i don’t believe that is the case, we need to take the stats and then put into context with what we see???

    As for this game, could the shot favor the Caps but scoring chances the Oilers?

    And yes i do know that 50% of the posters are smarter than Tambi, listen to his interviews, can not string together a cogent sentance. a sign of a confused mind.

    A large number of posters here are very bright, i learn a great deal in reading their comments. 🙂

  12. Seismic Source says:

    Off topic but Fowler having a monster start to the year and already with a goal and assist tonight.

    Does that make the other guy more available?

  13. striatic says:

    Alpine:
    NatStat had us at 50% CF at evens tonight! I love Corgis!

    Music!

    http://striatic.net/misc/musical_corgis.jpg

  14. striker says:

    who: Wonder what the stats will say

    Probably depends on which “the stats” you look at.

  15. Bling says:

    SayItAin'tSo, Gretz, SayItAin'tSo!,

    I agree, Puljujarvi looked great out there. Very complete game for an 18 year old.

  16. Alpine says:

    dustrock:
    McLellan must watch a lot of Italian soccer.He essentially has them playing catenaccio. And it works because of McDavid.

    It’s like a Mourinho coached team with Messi up front.

  17. Bulging Twine says:

    Puljujarvi played his 5th game.

  18. striker says:

    Alpine: NatStat had us at 50% CF at evens tonight! I love Corgis!

    Score Adj 5v5 Edm comes out ahead (47-45)

  19. Little Poteet says:

    Alpine: It’s like a Mourinho coached team with Messi up front.

    I’ve always thought McDavid could be Hockey’s Messi. Hopefully the National Team curse doesnt follow McDavid like it has Messi

  20. striker says:

    Why am (EDIT: was) I sitting on the NHL standings page updating periodically to see the Oilers record updated to 6-1?

  21. tcho says:

    Forget Corsi. I like the 56.25% HDCF, and 75% GF%. Momma mia.

  22. Bulging Twine says:

    Letestu was the oldest Oiler playing tonight at 31.
    Sekera and Pouliot the only other 30 year olds.

  23. Centre of attention says:

    This ain’t your 2010 Oilers ladies and gents.

    These dudes mean business.

  24. Seismic Source says:

    striker:
    Why am (EDIT: was) I sitting on the NHL standings page updating periodically to see the Oilers record updated to 6-1?

    So you can screenshot shot it and send it to all your Flame fan friends obviously. Wooooooo

  25. Lucinius says:

    Oilers should get 4-6 points out of the next 3 games, minimum, if there’s an actual move northward. Oilers, up until now?, would get things pointed the right direction only to drive themselves off a cliff.

    Those 3 games are very winnable. They need to win them.

    That said.. I can stomach a loss here and there because.. 6-1!

  26. hunter1909 says:

    My fave part of all this is:

    Oilers already looking like they’re practising for the playoffs. Like Oilers DNA has returned with Gretzky + the new arena and new management.

    What does Lowe do now? What did he ever do?

  27. treevojo says:

    Drew,

    I don’t really want to become part of your guys debate.

    But

    Lots of brilliant minds throughout history have had major issues (communication being one of them)

  28. Goilers99 says:

    Yak Efron,

    Good stuff!

  29. hunter1909 says:

    Lucinius:
    Oilers should get 4-6 points out of the next 3 games, minimum, if there’s an actual move northward. Oilers, up until now?, would get things pointed the right direction only to drive themselves off a cliff.

    Those 3 games are very winnable. They need to win them.

    That said.. I can stomach a loss here and there because.. 6-1!

    They’re looking like a force.

    The Blues and Caps are both considered also ran, yet first rate quality regular season NHL teams. The Jets are not perfect, but have some great pieces, and they got shut out at home.

    McLellan looks happy these days. His Saskatoon influence is working wonders on the Barbara Anne Scotts.

    And Chiarelli did the tried and tested rock tour trick – of firing the most popular roadie at the start of the tour – to destroy dissent in the bud – when he jettisioned Hall for BOTH Lucic and Larsson.

  30. LadiesloveSmid says:

    Oilers at 55.53% score adjusted HDCF, good for 6th in the league.

    Flames at 40.16%, second last to Arizona

  31. fifthcartel says:

    Those penalties to Pouliot were awful. I’m not one to complain about reffing, but the first was a make-up call for missing Klefbom boarding that guy, and the other was just a chintzy call.

    but, oh well! This is fun.

  32. hunter1909 says:

    They need to start a new TV show “I Love Lucic”

    lol

  33. hunter1909 says:

    fifthcartel:
    Those penalties to Pouliot were awful. I’m not one to complain about reffing, but the first was a make-up call for missing Klefbom boarding that guy, and the other was just a chintzy call.

    but, oh well! This is fun.

    Yes all true but isn’t Pouliot looking like a steal right now?

  34. hunter1909 says:

    Centre of attention:
    This ain’t your 2010 Oilers ladies and gents.

    These dudes mean business.

    I’m officially calling for the return of Cam Barker.

  35. Drew says:

    treevojo:
    Drew,

    I don’t really want to become part of your guys debate.

    But

    Lots of brilliant minds throughout history have had major issues (communication being one of them)

    Yes, taken on its own i agree. Tambi’s on the job performance is among the worst for a GM in NHL history, coupled with his terrible communication skills it would seem to be a strong indicator of being way over his ability.

    What CEO could exist and lead with the verbal ability he showed? Seems that he received a free pass because he was an insider not because of intellect coupled with achieving great results. Tambi did help move analytics forward though, was useful in trying to understand what he was doing.

    I want to move on past those years as the Oilers have so much more to offer fans these days.

  36. Halfwise says:

    hunter1909: I’m officially calling for the return of Cam Barker.

    You mean ‘return’ as in ‘exchange for refund’? I’m ok with that.

  37. Professor Q says:

    If Oshie had broken Talbot’s leg, would he even have gotten any punishment for it?

  38. Centre of attention says:

    hunter1909: I’m officially calling for the return of Cam Barker.

    How about that Corey Potter bomb from the point?

    Exactly what this power play needs LOL!

    (seriously though, haven’t minded Sekera on the first unit point)

  39. GMB3 says:

    I honestly don’t know what to do right now. I’m so used to angrily turning off the TV and doing homework after an Oilers loss during the season. Throwing myself into schoolwork to forget the pain of being an Oilers fan. Now that we have won a few, I just wanna read more Oilers news and articles on the internet and gloat.

  40. Seismic Source says:

    hunter1909,

    Exactly.

    Trade for need, never draft for need. Changes have context and are not made in a vacuum. I’m cheering for Hall, and maybe a draft pick would have softened the blow but we all knew we are a more balanced team even if we didn’t agree with the value. Context, Market and Priorities hold weight. It was never just Hall for Larsson. Lucic is a culture changer.

  41. fifthcartel says:

    hunter1909,

    I love Pouliot.

  42. Bulging Twine says:

    Professor Q:
    If Oshie had broken Talbot’s leg, would he even have gotten any punishment for it?

    What was that?! That was odd

  43. striker says:

    Seismic Source: So you can screenshot shot it and send it to all your Flame fan friends obviously. Wooooooo

    Ding ding ding ding! Your prize is in the mail.

  44. striker says:

    hunter1909: I’m officially calling for the return of Cam Barker.

    Toby Peterson while we’re at it…..?

  45. hunter1909 says:

    I wasn’t going to post anything more, due to a date with an alcohol bottle somewhere…

    But the way the Letestu’s and Pitlick’s have stood up this year, has been nothing short of amazing to this MacT/Lowe beaten looser fan type.

    Add Maroon, Pouliot tonight, and the ever present White Shark Milan Lucic.

    Lucic making a killer hit, or as tonight simply scaring that Washington sissy/bully is more than worth the cost of admission.

  46. hunter1909 says:

    Lars Eller was kind of fun tonight.

    As in pathetic.

  47. Ice Sage says:

    online odds have Oilers 90% to make the ‘place that must not be named’ and 0% chance of finishing 14th in conference… PROGRESS!!!!

  48. Seismic Source says:

    Only 3 teams in our conference and just us in our division are in the black for goal diffential. That’s crazy.

  49. hunter1909 says:

    In all likelihood, Milan Lucic is one of the most likely Oilers this season to literally be able to step up to grab the “Lucic type player” meme we’ve all grown accustomed to fretting over as Oiler fans.

  50. hunter1909 says:

    Now We’re the Bullies!

  51. hunter1909 says:

    As a Gordie Howe fan, his “It’s better to give than receive” philsosphy re dishing out bone fractures etc has always been one of my hallmarks as a hockey fan.

    McLellan easily appears capable of coaching a dynasty team.

    Let’s face it Alberta: Saskatchewan rules when it comes to no rules hockey.

  52. jm363561 says:

    GF% – 80. Now that is a stat I can relate to.
    TOI – Sekera 23 mins, Russell 20, KBom 18, Larsson 17.
    Anton Lander – string of zeros + 60% on the dot. Music.
    Back to sleep.
    Go Oilerzzzzzz.

  53. Little Poteet says:

    So, successful October everyone? I’d say so! only 5 more months to go!

  54. Professor Q says:

    Bulging Twine: What was that?!That was odd

    Sadly this isn’t nearly the first instance of an opposing player taking obvious liberties that are both intentional and health-threatening and being overlooked this year, and we’re only 7 games into the season…

  55. hunter1909 says:

    VARIOUS QUOTES:

    Well, this is by far the worst Caps performance of the season.

    Russell has been a huge win for the oilers so far.

    Just saying that a lot of statements about him have been premature to put it lightly.

    Sorry but he needs to earn accolades, not have them given to him because of the minimal games he has played and the success he has had.

    Let the fairy tale cinderella ball continue up north.

  56. John Chambers says:

    hunter1909:
    In all likelihood, Milan Lucic is one of the most likely Oilers this season to literally be able to step up to grab the “Lucic type player” meme we’ve all grown accustomed to fretting over as Oiler fans.

    Thing is, Lucic isn’t the only Lucic-type, and there a couple of guys vying to be the most Lucic-type like besides Lucic.

  57. Wolfie says:

    The thing with Lucic is he doesn’t just fight. He has a “You put one of ours in the hospital, and I’ll put one of yours in the morgue” kinda aura. Makes everyone walk a little taller.

  58. Pescador says:

    Centre of attention:
    This ain’t your 2010 Oilers ladies and gents.

    These dudes mean business.

    They’re Real,
    And they’re Spectacular!!

  59. Stelio Kontos says:

    Seismic Source:
    hunter1909,

    Exactly.

    Trade for need, never draft for need. Changes have context and are not made in a vacuum. I’m cheering for Hall, and maybe a draft pick would have softened the blow but we all knew we are a more balanced team even if we didn’t agree with the value. Context, Market and Priorities hold weight. It was never just Hall for Larsson. Lucic is a culture changer.

    I thought you drafted for want. Like I want Ewanyk to find an offensive element to his game and become a two way threat, so I’ll burn a third on him.

  60. Zelepukin says:

    Game thoughts:

    Talbot. Confidence / calmness is at a high right now. We need him like this every game, or at least to overcome any 1st period jitters.

    Nuge – It was extremely satisfying to see him pull that outside-inside move on the goal. I think McD’s willingness to attempt offence in any situation, is starting to rub off on everyone. The Nuge of the past would have played that rush safe, carried the puck up the boards and eventually either delay for a trailer or take a perimeter shot. We need more of that pushback from Nuge. Same goes for Drai, we need to start putting the fear in people, across all 3 lines.

    Puj – He is getting comfortable. Some smart plays but also some slight gaffs where he threw the puck away only because he didn’t take the split sec to check if he has time to choose a better option.

    Having said that, there were a good 3 or 4 shifts that we got hemmed in our zone and the D regained possession only to ice the puck because we were probably too tired to reverse it or just settle it down and make a safe play.

    This will be the next level of our D core. Never rimming the puck or throwing it away on a break-out.

  61. OilClog says:

    #6’s Elbows are going to win the most-Lucic/per60 award.

    Guy is nastier then anyone else on the roster, clear #2 all day long, on a 6-1 team. Fuck the panthers.

    look what he’s done to Russell! Made the same crowd tearing Hendricks to pieces before his arrival.. Eat a giant HAHA pie.

    Little guy is the biggest dog in the fight, gives up the line but doesn’t lose the battle.

    6-1! 5 up on those bastards. 3 up on the nearest! wooooo. 2-0 vs contenders. Hopefully Monday morning rolls around and the Oilers have beaten 80% of the country back to a fearing pulp.

  62. canablach says:

    I’m trying to stay humble, I’m trying to stay humble …

  63. ewarsaba says:

    The 50% CF for the night is a little misleading. Given extra context, it’s clear we have two teams, one with McDavid on the ice, one without.

    According to Natural Stat Trick, the Oilers’ score-adjusted CF% with McDavid on the ice was a this-can’t-be-fair-to-other-teams 75.48%. Without McDavid on the ice, it was a Hello-Nolan-Patrick-nice-to-meet-you 30.32%.

    http://www.naturalstattrick.com/game.php?season=20162017&game=20096

  64. PhrankLee says:

    Santa brings old Phranklee early gift from his wish list.

    A team that wasn’t just going to compete…but a team capable of barging around the Western Conference.

    Any damn way you like.

    Thanks Santa.

  65. JDï™ says:

    canablach:
    I’m trying to stay humble, I’m trying to stay humble …


    Oh Lord it’s hard to be humble

  66. Oilspill says:

    Board battles were won , except for Russell, forwards supported D, forecheck was aggressive. Corsi is sooooo vague!

  67. Frank the dog says:

    After 10 years of mirages, all I can say is that this is encouraging and fun to watch. I’m not even caring about how we are doing compared to previous until after game 10.
    Then I’d like to see how we compare to the last year and the best first 10 games of the preceding 10 years.

  68. Ca$h-McMoney! says:

    Zelepukin:

    This will be the next level of our D core. Never rimming the puck or throwing it away on a break-out.

    Everybody does that sometimes. The caps have been one of the better defensive teams in the league this year, and they iced the puck in that very situation at least once this game (I only got to watch about 20 minutes broken into three pieces).

    hunter1909:

    The Blues and Caps are both considered also ran, yet first rate quality regular season NHL teams. The Jets are not perfect, but have some great pieces, and they got shut out at home.

    I don’t know about “also ran”. I get that they haven’t won cups, but only 1 gets handed out each year. They are arguably the 2 best regular season teams in the entire NHL over the last 3 years… maybe 5 years even.

    I spent a lot of time yesterday telling people not to get too excited about the Oilers record, because outside of the Blues our wins were against some of the weaker teams in the league. Not to say I wasn’t happy, god knows we used to lose those games too, just not to get visions of contendership quite yet.

    Beating Washington was a big deal. Maybe we won’t keep it up, who knows, but at a certain point you have to start actually thinking you have a shot again (otherwise what’s the point of watching?).

    Now might be a reasonable time to start believing in these guys.

  69. jake70 says:

    Meaningful games in November. Woohoo!

  70. Pouzar says:

    ewarsaba:
    The 50% CF for the night is a little misleading. Given extra context, it’s clear we have two teams, one with McDavid on the ice, one without.

    According to Natural Stat Trick, the Oilers’ score-adjusted CF% with McDavid on the ice was a this-can’t-be-fair-to-other-teams 75.48%. Without McDavid on the ice, it was a Hello-Nolan-Patrick-nice-to-meet-you 30.32%.

    http://www.naturalstattrick.com/game.php?season=20162017&game=20096

    How do you get these numbers on Natural Stat Trick? More specifically the WO McDavid Number.
    I see it for individual WOWYs but how are you comparing to Team?

  71. JDï™ says:

    The Caps are going to roll into Vancouver in a bad mood. That’s a shame.

    You’re next Johnny.

  72. russ99 says:

    JDï™:
    The Caps are going to roll into Vancouver in a bad mood. That’s a shame.

    You’re next Johnny.

    Hope they soften them up for us. LOL

    Oilers looking good. Keep it rolling boys. With Fayne, Davidson, Khaira and Caggiula out, our NHL-level depth is really thin, so we could really use some luck in the health department to keep the ball rolling.

    Big east coast road trip coming up next week, then for me the real playoff test will be those road games on the 15th, 17th and 19th in Anaheim, LA and Dallas. We play well and win there and North will have been turned.

  73. 99266in87 says:

    Pouzar:
    Looch bein Looch

    https://gfycat.com/@oilerz/detail/ImperturbableGroundedKissingbug

    Love how that Cap peeked over his left shoulder by the bench at the last instant of the clip….like he’s going “holy fuck man!” He does provide PRESENCE something we have really lacked

  74. Pouzar says:

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