G48 2016-17: PREDATORS AT OILERS

Over the 45-year history of the Edmonton Oilers, there have been relatively few major turns. It’s funny, we can look back to 2006 and talk about how different things were, but in reality 2009 and 2014 were about the same. If I described the Oilers history like this:

  • 1972-1978—the Bill Hunter years in the WHA, great idea without an on-ice personality
  • 1979-1991—Boys on the Bus, Gretzky and Messier bring glory to the brand
  • 1992-2004—Boys on the Bus Coda, Weight-Marchant-Guerin far better than remembered
  • 2005-2006—One shining moment
  • 2007-2014—Nadir’s Raiders, mind numbing, endless acid rain
  • 2015+—The McDavid Era

How much tweaking would you need before agreeing? That is six (really five) eras in 45 years, or about seven years per stanza (with the McDavid Era to come). So, if we assume the McDavid era is seven years long (pray baby Jesus it is double and double again), then can we agree that each season is a very important sortie?

DOWN TO THE LINE, YEAR OVER YEAR

  • Oilers in October 2015: 4-8-0, goal differential -7
  • Oilers in October 2016: 7-2-0, goal differential +10
  • Oilers in November 2015: 4-7-2, goal differential -6
  • Oilers in November 2016: 5-8-2 goal differential -3
  • Oilers in December 2015: 7-6-1, goal differential -9
  • Oilers in December 2016: 7-2-5, goal differential +3
  • Oilers in January 2016: 4-5-2, goal differential -5
  • Oilers in January 2017: 6-3-0, goal differential 0
  • Oilers after 47, 2015-16: 19-23-5, goal differential -25
  • Oilers after 47, 2016-17: 25-15-7, goal differential +10

G48 a year ago was a 6-4 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, as Zack Kassian scored his first goal as an Oilers player. A win tonight would be another big step for the Edmonton Oilers in their efforts to make the playoffs. Many feel the spot in the postseason is secure, I would encourage you to have a long look at the February schedule. It looks good today, but this is not over.

FINDING THE PERFECT FIT

The last couple of days we have been talking about trading for Kevin Shattenkirk and or Martin Hanzal, but that isn’t really the storyline this blog has been touting all year. The Keep Your Powder Dry mission statement involves keeping all young players who can contribute, finding value for those who are not going to make it, and filling in with free agents/trade acquisitions. I would like to discuss those three tree branches today.

DEFENSE 2016-17

  • Keeping All Young Players Who Can Contribute: I think Oscar Klefbom, Darnell Nurse, Brandon Davidson and Matt Benning all qualify under this umbrella. It is a fairly strong list of emerging talents, in my opinion.
  • Filling in with Free Agents/Trade Acquisition: Andrej Sekera and Adam Larsson are the two major additions under the Chiarelli plan, I think Kris Russell might be in the plans depending on how things develop.
  • Finding Value for Those Who Aren’t Going to make it: I honestly believe Mark Fayne should be in the second group, but the Oilers clearly have no long-term plans for him. Eric Gryba probably doesn’t return, and Dillon Simpson may or may not make it, and is joined by a plethora of AHL players in the same boat.

We often tie ourselves in knots arguing about this thing or that, and we get stubborn on our points of view. The truth is that there is more than one way to make the trains run on time. I prefer the procurement path, the slow build, the scouts and being smart about what to keep and throw away. I think Peter Chiarelli really helped this team with the Matt Benning addition, and believe Oscar Klefbom could be a strong contributor for ages.

When I was young, the Leafs had a bunch of young defensemen growing up together, kind of like the crew above (and we could include Adam Larsson if so desired). Toronto had Jim Dorey, Jim McKenny, Rick Ley, Mike Pelyk, Brad Selwood, Brian Glennie and others, all kids. Those kids, and Howie Meeker’s telestrator, taught me about young defensemen. Meeker would be featured between periods and say things like “KIDS, DON’T PLAY LIKE THE LEAFS!” in his excited voice. He would then painstakingly teach me about the game, why kids on defense could not be trusted, and what it meant to the results of the game. Meeker taught me how many games are lost to playing too many young blue and having them develop at the same time. Can Edmonton progress with so many young defensemen? I honestly think they are (all) good enough to have substantial careers.

FORWARDS, 2016-17

  • Keeping All Young Players Who Can Contribute: Connor McDavid is the best player of his generation, so he goes on the highest list available. After that, young forwards who can safely counted as part of a quality future include Leon Draisaitl, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Jordan Eberle (a little old for this list, but still), Jesse Puljujarvi.
  • Filling in with Free Agents/Trade Acquisition: Patrick Maroon, Milan Lucic, Mark Letestu, Zack Kassian all seem to be valuable enough to hang around and contribute for the immediate future.
  • Finding Value for Those Who Aren’t Going to make it: We have to be realistic about all of the prospects, and if we are betting on success for many of these names (depending on what success looks like to you), a lot of these players won’t be making the trip to the good times. I think Anton Lander, Jujhar Khaira, Drake Caggiula, Anton Slepyshev, Tyler Pitlick all have a chance, but we cannot say with any authority they will be here two years from now. This is a fact.

HOW MANY TOM ROULSTONS?

Do you know about Tom Roulston? He was a pretty good offensive center back about 1980, and had a shot with the Oilers over several seasons. Roulston came over during the haze of moves in 1979 after the expansion draft (part of a trade with St. Louis involving Risto Siltanen). He had a monster season in 1979-80 for Edmonton’s top minor league team, and went 11gp, 1-1-2 in 1980-81 in his first NHL cup of coffee. The following year, he split time between minors and majors, scoring 11-3-14 in 35 games with Edmonton. For Roulston, his best year came in 1982-83, going 67, 19-21-40 with the Oilers. At that point, on the edge of a dream (Edmonton would win the Stanley Cup in 1984), things had to look good for Tom Roulston. Edmonton traded him the following year, he did not succeed with Pittsburgh and played only five games in the NHL after the Oilers won their first Stanley Cup. He was traded to Edmonton in August, 1979, just months before this city’s first NHL game. He was dealt to Pittsburgh on December 5, 1983, in a deal with Pittsburgh for Kevin McClelland. Tom Roulston had more natural talent, but it was McLelland who scored one of the most important goals in franchise history.

-via the Edmonton Journal, August 1979-

The point in all of this? We don’t know what we don’t know. We should not get attached to Jujhar Khaira or Anton Slepyshev or Drake Caggiula, because they may not be along for the entire journey. That is the lesson in all of this, and the reason why arguing about players not named Connor McDavid as pivotal to the future is unwise. Taylor Hall may be the biggest name dealt away in the next seven years, but he won’t be the only one.

Tom Roulston played in only 195 NHL games, I think he got short changed to be honest. The problem is, every time has guys like him, so trading for this kind of player and inserting him into the lineup (over your guy) means there has to be something unique about him. I could have done the same exercise with Marc Habscheid, Gord Sherven or any number of players from the before time, and the results would be the same. Promising second tier player, NHL audition, success or sent away. I would venture almost all of us have a favorite in the group below (mine is Jujhar Khaira) and have projected said prospect far past his outer marker.

MAKING THE CALL ON THIS YEAR’S ROOKIES

The Oilers have six rookie skaters according to NHL.com, here is the list and my opinion about each of them moving forward.

  • Matt Benning, RHD: He is 34gp, 2-7-9 as a rookie and is Edmonton’s top rookie this season. What’s more, he plays a position of enormous need and has been a plug-and-play from the start. Benning is a college man, so a little older (22) than most rookies. That means there is less development and improvement in his game, but if Benning can play at his current level, the Oilers will have stolen one from the Bruins. My call: A successful NHL career, perhaps in the same range as Tom Gilbert’s career total of 654 games.
  • Drake Caggiula, LC: He is 29gp, 3-5-8 and I am still having a hard time getting a gauge on his offense. Caggiula missed lots of time early and I don’t know that he ever caught up. He can play, but is it on a skill line? Edmonton badly needs his speed in the lineup, but production must be better. My call: I don’t see enough offense to suggest he will exceed Marc Habscheid’s 345 NHL games.
  • Jesse Puljujarvi, R: He is 28gp, 1-7-8, and like Caggiula, I still don’t have his offense surrounded. I once thought he might score 35-35-70 in peak seasons, but did so with the knowledge there was little evidence of same in the boxcars. We are midway through his first pro season in North America, and peak seasons may be 25-25-50 based on early evidence. My call: He may end up being a fine two-way winger who scores 50 points a year, as opposed to being a gigantic offensive force. Either way, expect a long NHL career of some quality.
  • Anton Slepyshev, R: He is 19gp, 2-2-4 at this time. Slepyshev is exactly the kind of player I think we all get behind, because he looks like a real player. Big, strong, speedy. The numbers are good not great, and I think we have to temper our enthusiasm. If he is to play a long time in the NHL, offense must be a part of his game. My call: I think he lands somewhere between Roulston and Habscheid, but don’t see him as a major part of the next seven seasons.
  • Jujhar Khaira, L: He is 3gp, 1-0-1 at this time. As mentioned, he is a favorite, so I will refrain from making a call on this player. He is big, strong, skates well enough and has shown some offense in the last two seasons of his entry-level deal. What’s more, there is gainful employment available at the NHL level for him.
  • Dillon Simpson, LD: He is 3gp, 0-0-0. I am going to say too soon to know, but will tell you the young man showed some real ability when playing at the NHL level. Too small a sample, but for me another look is the next step.

LOWDOWN WITH LOWETIDE

At 10 this morning, TSN1260. A fun Friday, lots of big items on the agenda this weekend:

  • Steve Lansky, BigMouthSports. Raines to the Hall, Bautista back in Toronto and Canada’s NHL teams are rocking the standings.
  • Jeff Hauser, Radio Hauser. NFL playoff weekend preview.
  • Matt Iwanyk, TSN1260. NFL weekend picks, Oilers at the deadline, should Brossoit play tonight?
  • Paul Almeida, SSE. Paul predicted a week of wins for Edmonton and so far he is right!

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

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  1. russ99 says:

    kinger_OIL,

    He’s got to get his skating back, I suspect a few weeks in Bakersfield first.

  2. delooper says:

    Nurse doesn’t come back for a long time. Kind of ridiculous to speculate about the situation that far into the future.

  3. spoiler says:

    Angry Nuge.

  4. russ99 says:

    A little offense wouldn’t kill us…

  5. Ice Sage says:

    russ99:
    A little offense wouldn’t kill us…

    Will need an even up call or two – Preds masters of the lockdown

  6. Lowetide says:

    Nashville is a good team, folks. If their goalie is having a good night, this is a playoff team.

  7. leadfarmer says:

    Ice Sage,

    Actually we’re just as guilty. This team plays some boring hockey. TMac is channeling his inner Lemaire

  8. leadfarmer says:

    This team is built to grind games to at least a Bettman point.

  9. spoiler says:

    Nice to see that 4 on 4 fouray from LArsson.

  10. spoiler says:

    Arrrghh. We don’t look like we’re scoring 2 much less 3.

  11. Ice Sage says:

    Thats been building for a while. Oilers just can’t string a couple passes together tonight.

  12. Lowetide says:

    Not a good goal all around.

  13. russ99 says:

    Nope. Bad luck on that one.

    We need to at least try to take some shots.

  14. spoiler says:

    Russell saves a goal at the near post with a timely clear.

  15. kinger_OIL says:

    russ99:
    kinger_OIL,

    He’s got to get his skating back, I suspect a few weeks in Bakersfield first.

    – I’d be good with that…Was just thinking: D looks pretty good.

    Would team go next year:
    Klef-Larsson
    Sek-Davidson
    Nurse-Benning

    – Maybe a little too green, but cheap, and no bums.

    – Anyway back to hockey!

  16. leadfarmer says:

    That was a Schultz style shot that just beat Talbot

  17. spoiler says:

    How do you not call that TMM? Especially with the PP advantage resting with the Preds?

  18. khildahl says:

    This is some awful officiating.

  19. Lowetide says:

    5×5 Corsi for now 47-27 Nashville, Oilers are looking like a team about to be beaten.

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

    Holy crap this is like watching grass grow.

    Brutal brutal game flow

  21. spoiler says:

    How many times have we heard McDavid’s name tonight, compared to usual?

  22. russ99 says:

    Thank goodness for Talbot.

    We need him tomorrow night at this point.

  23. Elkhorn Boy says:

    Frustrating game to watch tonight I feel tmac’s pain.

  24. russ99 says:

    spoiler:
    How many times have we heard McDavid’s name tonight, compared to usual?

    Well give the guy a break.

    Dump it in, cycle it around three men behind the goal line, shoot from the point, where does he have any time or space to do his magic?

  25. Ice Sage says:

    There’s the even-up call. Refs off the hook.

  26. russ99 says:

    I’ll take the power play, but when is TMac going to adjust?

    It’s obvious this doesn’t work against trap teams, all it does is let them set up,

  27. delooper says:

    Lucic had to be pissed about that flubbed pass reception.

  28. russ99 says:

    Old school Looch is back!!

  29. --hudson-- says:

    We haven’t seen an Oiler make that hit since Torres was on the team

  30. spoiler says:

    russ99: Well give the guy a break.

    WTF???

  31. khildahl says:

    I’m not sure if McLellan or Lucic is going to burst a vein first tonight.

  32. OilClog says:

    Woooooooo

  33. Gerta Rauss says:

    About fuckin’ time Looch cashed

    fuck yeah…

  34. delooper says:

    So many sloppy passes. Thankfully they scored.

  35. Lowetide says:

    Lucic scored.

  36. russ99 says:

    Looooooch!!!!

  37. spoiler says:

    OHHHHHHH BBBAAABBYYY LOOOOOCCCHHHH IS BACk.

  38. Ice Sage says:

    Lowetide:
    Lucic scored.

    And then some.
    Edit – we’re good with the Oilers beating teams in the alley, right?

  39. SK Oiler Fan says:

    As they say in hockey: Fin Eh. PP actually looked terrible to that point. Passes and timing are off

  40. Gerta Rauss says:

    40 angry men out there tonight

    41 if you include McLellan

  41. Ryan says:

    Laviolette is evil.

  42. khildahl says:

    That’s an agitated hockey team. Wow.

  43. spoiler says:

    Throwing punches at players tied up by a linesman should be an automatic Match. Way too much of that crap this game and the league in general.

  44. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    We should be on another pp but we won’t be.

  45. delooper says:

    That wasn’t a punch. I think he was using his hanky to wipe Pouliot’s nose.

  46. treevojo says:

    Not bad for a 7th

  47. flyfish1168 says:

    fight + big hit + goal = Lucic hat trick

  48. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Fuck you subban.

  49. SK Oiler Fan says:

    F off subban you prima Donna. Unless you’re playing for canada

  50. spoiler says:

    This is definitely the Lucic I think we were all hoping for.

  51. Ice Sage says:

    OK, next game make Looch miss a pass early!
    Holy gamechanger

  52. spoiler says:

    You know Ribeiro’s gonna pass every single time.

  53. OilClog says:

    Nuge has a hand injury

  54. delooper says:

    It looks like the Oilers are two different teams. Conservative passes to aggressive players, aggressive passes to conservative players. . .

  55. russ99 says:

    Bettman. Let’s get it in OT.

  56. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    OilClog:
    Nuge has a hand injury

    The puck has come off his stick for no apparent reason a few times now ya

  57. Gerta Rauss says:

    Well, that’s a point in the bank that we had no business getting

    Let’s see if we can steal 2

  58. sliderule says:

    If they win this one they will have stolen two in row

  59. oscarmike says:

    Gerta Rauss:
    Well, that’s a point in the bank that we had no business getting

    Let’s see if we can steal 2

    Talbot had business in that point

  60. Ice Sage says:

    Gerta Rauss:
    Well, that’s a point in the bank that we had no business getting

    Let’s see if we can steal 2

    Yeah, agreed – I can’t figure it, Oilers should be able to run with these guys. Maybe the better ice!

  61. oscarmike says:

    sliderule:
    If they win this one they will have stolen two in row

    Talbot doesn’t steal points

  62. spoiler says:

    TMac not gonna want to see this reffing crew for awhile.

  63. spoiler says:

    Bit selfish by Ebs on that shift, I thought he had some options.

  64. spoiler says:

    Fucking Rinne.

  65. Gerta Rauss says:

    Is that 4 posts for Nashville tonight..?

    hahahaha…..

  66. delooper says:

    It looks like NHL D have a pretty solid book on Eberle. He needs to learn something new.

  67. Jaxon says:

    pull the goalie

  68. Jaxon says:

    I hate shootout. I think they should go 3 on 3 until they score or for 10 minutes. I’m sure someone would score in 10 minutes.

  69. russ99 says:

    Bad choice of shooters, you have to go corners against Rinne.

  70. Gerta Rauss says:

    Yeah OK

    I’ll take the single point

  71. Ice Sage says:

    oscarmike: Talbot doesn’t steal points

    Nope, he did not.

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

    That was a junk hockey game by the Oilers.

    They’ll get steam rolled if they play like that tomorrow.

    Good to get the point but a really lame duck effort

  73. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Oil lucky to get a point tonight. Tomorrow will be brutal so I hope everyone has a good sleep.

  74. admiralmark says:

    Honest question. Is Todd McLellan on crack with his shootout choices.. seriously wtf?!

  75. spoiler says:

    Most shots we’ve given up this year?

    Hope this was a good kick in the ass before facing the Falmes tomorrow night on Tabernac Saturday.

  76. --hudson-- says:

    Gerta Rauss:
    Yeah OK

    I’ll take the single point

    Yep important point, probably undeserved. Big game tomorrow and I hope they play LB

  77. oscarmike says:

    NO Mcd or Drai in the shoot out

  78. spoiler says:

    And may this be the Lucic we see for the rest of the season.

  79. N64 says:

    They couldn’t call it on review. But how did the refs miss the glove on the puck in the paint on McDavid’s chance?

  80. spoiler says:

    Van up 2-1 with 8 to play.

  81. spoiler says:

    N64,

    The same way they missed the Too Many Men?

  82. russ99 says:

    And we stop the cycling with no point to it. You’re supposed to cycle to free up shots, not play keep away for long stretches.

  83. npanciroli says:

    Really great homestand.

  84. russ99 says:

    N64:
    They couldn’t call it on review. But how did the refs miss the glove on the puck in the paint on McDavid’s chance?

    Probably one of those things that isn’t able to be overturned on video.

  85. treevojo says:

    Oilers take 8 pts vs Calgary in season series.

    Book it!

  86. spoiler says:

    npanciroli,

    Points-wise yes. Process-wise, not so much.

  87. treevojo says:

    spoiler:
    Van up 2-1 with 8 to play.

    If your worried about what Vancouver is doing you are looking the wrong way.

  88. oscarmike says:

    They woke the Bear !!!

  89. Wolfie says:

    The Oilers have the 3 on 3 OT thing figured out. I had a feeling the shootout wasn’t going to go well. Pekka looked like he was on and it would have taken an exceptional shot or deke to beat him.

    Nice to see Lucic bring some emotion to the game in a positive prickish way. That’s the Lucic I remember. If he brings that every game he will have an impact and this team will benefit.

  90. N64 says:

    russ99: Probably one of those things that isn’t able to be overturned on video.

    Said that. How did they miss it live? Where else could they be looking at that point? If you’re watching the puck approaching the line how do you not notice a glove riding it for a meter?

  91. spoiler says:

    treevojo: If your worried about what Vancouver is doing you are looking the wrong way.

    I get the feeling I’m surrounded by drunks tonight, I’m out. Cheers, all.

  92. treevojo says:

    spoiler: I get the feeling I’m surrounded by drunks tonight, I’m out. Cheers, all.

    Well it is Friday.

  93. Lowetide says:

    Jesse Puljujarvi scored, late goal, Condors down 5-3 now.

  94. Lowetide says:

    treevojo: If your worried about what Vancouver is doing you are looking the wrong way.

    Canucks are holding on, impressive run by a team that reminds me of Rasputin.

  95. LadiesloveSmid says:

    I didn’t think the oil were a team to drop 2 deuces in a row. Think they thought two teams on back-to-backs would give them easy wins. Better take it to Calgary tomorrow, I tell ya. Talbot gets my first star, dismal effort from the group. Lucky they got a point.

  96. treevojo says:

    Lowetide: Canucks are holding on, impressive run by a team that reminds me of Rasputin.

    Honestly though.

    If we are worried about Vancouver taking us over then we should be sellers at the deadline.

    That’s not the way I see it.

  97. LadiesloveSmid says:

    This blog doesn’t particularly like Lucic.

    The Rogers place crowd LOVES him.

  98. Diablo says:

    Kind of a boring game tonight until the third – Lucic finally woke up and played like he’s capable of.

    Refs were absolute garbage in this game – allowed Nashville to get away with just about everything.
    Liked how the Oilers players responded by pushing back in the third – these guys are starting to gel as a team.

    Don’t like TMac’s choices in the shootout.

    Time to give Talbot a rest – I had no confidence that he was going to stop anything in the shootout.

  99. tapper says:

    They got outplayed in this game no doubt, but the NHL is still such a joke.

    Watch almost every play stoppage that ends at one net or the other.

    In the Edm end, Preds almost always stop at the net. The Oil D take position, put up a nice barrier, and everyone skates away. Kinda like we teach the kids…play to the whistle, no nonsense, skate away.

    Meanwhile, at the other end, god forbid an Edm player stops at the net (except the Nuge line, they all just skate away, another conversation)… there’s a cross -check, maybe slew foot or some other take-down, or a couple shots to the head. No calls. All. Game.

    Part of me is annoyed at the OIlers for not doing the same. But that same part of me knows that if they dd, they’d be in box for it. Yet Nash. gets away with it all game. NHL=joke.

    Missed the too many men.

    Missed the gloved puck in the paint.

    We could go on…

    I still curse. But I don’t yell anymore. Cuz I’m used to it.

    And I still somehow manage to enjoy how marvelous some of these boys are at the the hockey.

  100. Pescador says:

    Lowetide: Canucks are holding on, impressive run by a team that reminds me of Rasputin.

    Russia’s greatest love machine??

  101. Diablo says:

    LadiesloveSmid:
    This blog doesn’t particularly like Lucic.

    The Rogers place crowd LOVES him.

    Don’t paint us all with the same brush – Lucic is still the top the power forward in the league.
    I’m very glad that we signed him – the way the team responded after he plastered Watson is exactly why we’ve wanted a Lucic-type for so many years. And he backed it up by scoring.

    Its taken him some time to get comfortable and figure out his role on this team. He’ll be fine.

    After tonight, I’d be OK with sending Davy + pick away for Shattenkirk. This team needs a legitimate weapon off the point to get to the next level – if they have a good playoff run, then the chance of him resigning is probably on par with the chance of LV taking Davidson – either way you’re going to lose Davy. May as well take a shot while you’ve got McDavid, Draisaitl and, most importantly, Talbot playing lights out.

    Anybody we take with this year’s first will need at least 2-3 years before they’re ready to contribute. People keep talking about the McDavid window, but I’m more concerned with the Talbot window – will he still be a top 10 goalie at the age of 32?

  102. LMHF#1 says:

    Pescador: Russia’s greatest love machine??

    Believe he’s talking about how many.times they tried to off him but he wouldn’t die.

  103. gogliano says:

    2-3-5 for Puljujarvi in the AHL through five games. Good to see the consistent production from him.

  104. Pescador says:

    LMHF#1: Believe he’s talking about how many.times they tried to off him but he wouldn’t die.

    I knew that,
    I just wanted to tell the world I like Abba

  105. LMHF#1 says:

    Pescador: I knew that,
    I just wanted to tell the world I like Abba

    Now I’m lost. That’s a Boney M song, is it not?

    Why couldn’t the Oilers just have finished.this off…

  106. Lowetide says:

    Pescador: Russia’s greatest love machine??

    Haha. Well, that and the fact he refused to die.

  107. Lowetide says:

    LadiesloveSmid:
    This blog doesn’t particularly like Lucic.

    The Rogers place crowd LOVES him.

    I am a fan of Lucic, love his game. He has not been especially good at even strength this season.

  108. Lowetide says:

    treevojo: Honestly though.

    If we are worried about Vancouver taking us over then we should be sellers at the deadline.

    That’s not the way I see it.

    They are a point behind Calgary with a game in hand, so could be considered a bigger threat than the Flames.

  109. treevojo says:

    Lowetide: They are a point behind Calgary with a game in hand, so could be considered a bigger threat than the Flames.

    I’m not a believer.

    They have been having their weekend fun.

    They soon will wake up to “Terrible Tuesday” and all will be right in the world.

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