G80 2016-17: OILERS AT SHARKS

First, the names: Glenn Anderson, Paul Coffey, Pat Conacher, Lee Fogolin Jr., Grant Fuhr, Randy Gregg, Wayne Gretzky CAPTAIN, Charlie Huddy, Pat Hughes, Dave Hunter, Don Jackson, Jari Kurri, Willy Lindstrom, Ken Linseman, Kevin Lowe, Dave Lumley, Kevin McClelland, Mark Messier, Andy Moog, Jaroslav Pouzar, Dave Semenko, Peter Pocklington, Owner Glen Sather General Manager-Coach.

When I visited the HHOF many years after the 1984 SCF, the Stanley Cup was my destination and 1984 was my first stop. Two of those names were new arrivals (Pat Conacher had been signed in October of 1983; Kevin McLelland, acquired in early December for Tom Rouston), but the first Oilers Stanley team was pretty much the Boys on the Bus. I saw all of these men, live and on television, and many of them own iconic status in this northern outpost. When great feats are achieved by any of these men, it is celebrated here. When anyone on this list suffers loss, it impacts the city, too. Fred Shero told his Philadelphia Flyers (on the day his men would win their first Stanley) “win today and we walk together forever” and that applies to these Oilers to this very day. They were a wonder and 1984 remains a special year in our town’s history.

Edmonton swept the Jets, won a 7-game classic against the Flames you could write a book about (Calgary won two OT games), swept the Minnesota North Stars, won Stanley against the NY Islanders in five games. It might have been the most emotional experience I’ve ever had as a fan. The Stanley Cup hadn’t been west in my lifetime. Five years previous the bully NHL had steamrolled my team and the WHA babies in the expansion draft. The NHL fathers had been dismissive every. damned. day. of the Oilers existence. And these young Oilers beat the whole damned league like a rented mule. I will never forget them. They were giants.

 THE POWER AND THE GLORY, 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: 9-4-1, goal differential +8
  • Oilers in February 2016: 3-8-2, goal differential -18
  • Oilers in February 2017: 6-6-0, goal differential -2
  • Oilers in March 2016: 8-8-0, goal differential +5
  • Oilers in March 2017: 9-3-1, goal differential +15
  • Oilers in April 2016: 1-1-0, goal differential -1
  • Oilers in April 2017: 1-1-0, goal differential -1 
  • Oilers after 79, 2015-16: 30-42-7, goal differential -42
  • Oilers after 79, 2016-17: 44-26-9, goal differential +30
Edmonton impressed against Anaheim on Saturday, were shock and ugh against Los Angeles and we await tonight against the third member of the NHL California. A year ago, G80 was a 5-0 loss to the Flames.

 WHAT TO EXPECT FROM APRIL

  • At home to: Anaheim (Expected:1-0-0) (Actual: 1-0-0)
  • On the road to: Kings, Sharks, Canucks (Expected: 1-1-1) (Actual: 0-1-0)
  • At home to Canucks (Expected: 1-0-0)
  • Overall expected result: 3-1-1, seven points in five games
  • Current results: 1-1-0, two points in two games
This is a big game tonight, win and there’s a strong chance the Oilers will host their first playoff game since 2006 to start the series. Edmonton needs three more points in order to reach the century mark and there’s the matter of McDavid also hitting 100 in his second NHL season.

 OILERS TOP SCORERS, 2016-17

  • McDavid’s season is spectacular from every angle. The gap between 97 and his RW is 20, and he’s 50 points beyond his LW.
  • Leon’s season is going  to be expensive this summer, those 26 power-play points will put a large bow on a negotiating position that is very strong today.
  • Four 20-goal men, will we see another? Will CMD, Leon and Maroon hit 30 goals?
  • Mark Letesu’s 15 goals are distributed in genuinely unique fashion. Not many seasons have been divided up in this way.
  • Zack Kassian has a 5×5/60 of 1.76, and is 2-2-4 in 37 minutes 5×5 with Connor McDavid. I wonder if he emerges in more of a feature role next season.

WOODMONEY, 2016-17

  • Most of this table is from WoodMoney earlier in the week, so slightly outdated but the averages and percentages remain similar/same.
  • I added TOI with McDavid because that’s the real thing when it comes to being an Oiler this season. As you can see, we are looking at a top 4D who play almost identical minutes with 97 at 5×5. I went into this looking to see if there was a push for any defender. Looks like it is across the board even save for Nurse and that could be all kinds of things (injury, natural deployment of 97 in the big parts of the game).
  • The slotting done by WoodMoney really does offer us a chance to see who the coach believes can do the job. Among the top 4D, Adam Larsson has the best DFF percentage and DFF rel comp, which matches my eye. I do think a defenseman is dependent on his partner to a large extent, and would vote for Andrej Sekera as Edmonton’s best defenseman this season. It’s close, there are some noble warriors here.

CONDORS UPDATE

Joe Gambardella had a goal and an assist in his pro debut, what I saw of him was impressive. As Ryan Lambert and others had suggested to us, Gambardella is a demon on the forecheck and a lot of his offense comes immediately after turnovers. A better passer than I thought he’d be, and he has that sixth sense that allows him to be in good places.

Bakersfield lost and now trail Stockton Heat by two points in the race for the final playoff spot in the Pacific Division. Jesse Puljujarvi was -3 on the night, but did have some good looks when playing with Anton Lander. Jujhar Khaira had an assist and also had some nice moments. It will be a disappointing result if these team can’t grab some playoff games, lots of new pro players looking for spring at-bats.

OILERS-SAN JOSE, BY THE NUMBERS

  • Oilers (San Jose)
  • Fenwick for 5×5: 50.6 (52.1)
  • Corsi for 5×5: 49.7 (51.2)
  • Goals for 5×5: 157 (148)
  • Goals against 5×5: 135 (132)
  • Shots for percentage 5×5: 50.5 (51.9)
  • Shooting percentage 5×5: 8.25 (7.82)
  • Save Percentage 5×5: 92.75 (92.46)
  • Power Play goals for 5×4: 49 (32)
  • Penalty Kill goals against 4×5: 37 (35)
  • Source

Fairly even overall, I think Edmonton has an edge in McDavids, starting goaltending and (at least during the regular year) special teams. The health of Joe Thornton and Logan Couture seems assured for the playoffs (if not tonight), so I think it reasonable to frame the Oilers as underdogs entering the series.

THERE ARE COMPLIMENTS, AND THEN THERE’S THIS

  • Roman Josi: As a defenseman, a guy with this combination of skill is extremely tough to stop, because you want to maintain a close gap to take away his space, but in the back of your mind you know he can accelerate so quickly and burn you with his speed. So how far do you play off of him? I don’t think there’s a right answer. That’s why he’s so tough to play against.
  • Source

I quoted just one part, the entire article is outstanding. The Players’ Tribune is a fantastic site, only downside is it’ll be dark by the time you’re done clicking and reading.

LOWDOWN WITH LOWETIDE

We are once again live at Northlands Coliseum for the 2017 Ford World Men’s Curling Championship. At 10 this morning, TSN1260, scheduled to appear:

  • Bruce McCurdy, Cult of Hockey. We’ll talk Oilers-Sharks, Gushue at the Worlds, and a few other hockey items along the way (1984, Polei).
  • Al Cameron, Director, Communications & Media Relations for Curling Canada. Putting this run by the Gushue rink in historical perspective.
  • Jake Sundstrom, Fear the Fin. Playoff preview, updates on  Jumbo and Couture.
  • Frank Seravalli, TSN. Is the Hart race over, Letang.

10-1260 text, @Lowetide on twitter. See you on the radio!

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  1. PhrankLee says:

    OMG it’s getting worse! Get rid of this bum!!

  2. striatic says:

    Milan Lucic. Whoodathunkit.

    Hopefully he’s scoring from there on the PP for many years to come.

  3. Rake 2.0 says:

    How good did that power play look? They looked confident.

  4. Lucinius says:

    The only bad thing about that goal is no assist for McDavid.

  5. Soup Fascist says:

    Gerta Rauss:
    Another McDavid point here would be swell

    Stupid Test Tube. Taking one off the ribs for the team.

  6. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Ok so 6th rounder

  7. Gerta Rauss says:

    Letestu did touch it…oh well

  8. Younger Oil says:

    4 apples for Klefbom is pretty impressive too.

  9. Professor Q says:

    I feel like Lucic’ Hat Trick is coming soon.

    So, would it count as an Extra Gordie Howe Hat Trick?

  10. Professor Q says:

    Well I guess my phone was a bit too slow…

  11. Gerta Rauss says:

    I’ll settle for an empty netter

  12. Crazy Pedestrian says:

    EMPTY NET!!!

  13. BONE207 says:

    Well a fight to warm up the hands & hattricks to follow. Bring on the playoffs. Angry Looch watching can be my newest hobby

  14. Receptor Antagonist says:

    Patrick Marleau always looks like somone kicked his puppy. In this instance, Milan Lucic is the puppy kicker. 😂😂

  15. The Original JDI says:

    Pad that total, boys.

  16. Crazy Pedestrian says:

    Awww… no empty netter 🙁

  17. DBO says:

    Wow. Mcdavid. Lucic rolling. Klefbom a number 1 offensive defenseman. Home ice almost assuerd only needing 1 pt against Vancouver and you can play the rookie in net for one of the games for sure. Wow what a season.

  18. Gerta Rauss says:

    hahahaha….it’s Marleau again

    that is rich

  19. Pouzar says:

    Suck it MarLowe.

  20. Pouzar says:

    Suck it MarLowe.

  21. Soup Fascist says:

    When did Pouliot get traded to the Sharks and why is he wearing #12?

  22. hunter1909 says:

    Marleau’s going to be called Moreau by Sharks fans at this rate.

  23. Receptor Antagonist says:

    Ethan Marleau?

    Edit/

    Hunter ftw!

  24. Younger Oil says:

    I’d be happy playing 7 games against Marleau.

    Or, at this rate, 4.

  25. Professor Q says:

    “2 minutes to No. 12 for Twister.”

    Interesting new penalty in the NHL Rule Book…

  26. striatic says:

    Thank you for the home ice advantage Patrick Marleau.

  27. LMHF#1 says:

    Clinical. Absolutely beautiful finish to that game.

  28. hunter1909 says:

    Very good game.

  29. russ99 says:

    Looch!!! And Talbot!!

    Was getting worried early in the third, but man, they stepped up huge.

    Home ice baby.

  30. Soup Fascist says:

    Did Remenda just say the “Sharks” scored 3 successive third period goals?

    Old habits …..

  31. OilClog says:

    Remenda sounded like he was about to cry

  32. Yak Efron says:

    I feel as happy as those guys in the milk commercial.

  33. Oilanderp says:

    Was there ever any doubt?

  34. hunter1909 says:

    Hopefully Bruce Wayne can help everyone understand just what a drag on the team Lucic was tonight.

    He could argue tonight’s game was a meaningless one.

  35. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    hunter1909:
    Very good game.

    *Very good half game

  36. The Original JDI says:

    Who needs a Gordie Howe hat trick, when you can get a real hat trick.

  37. Lucinius says:

    Four point night makes Klefbom the Oilers’ leading point-getter on the back end (36 points to Sekera’s 35). Nice increase in points for Klefbom on his prior career high (20 points in 60 games) and improves on last years points per game (0.45 this year, 0.4 last year).

    Not bad. If he can smooth out some of his wobbles.. damn fine future.

  38. Gerta Rauss says:

    Terrific stuff

  39. The Original JDI says:

    hunter1909: tonight’s game was a meaningless one.

    Not to mention boring.

  40. DBO says:

    Total distance from net for 3 Lucic goals probably 2 feet. Lucic getting ramped uo for playoffs, 2nd line starting to roll. McDavid line being McDavid line.

  41. Rocknrolla says:

    Great feeling tonight gents! Natural Hatty!

    Talbot breaks Grant Fuhr’s record…..awesome!

  42. Soup Fascist says:

    Thanks for nothing Looch. My preseason prediction of 97 points is officially off the rails, eliminating me from Hunterpalooza.

    My last chance at immortality eludes me.

  43. John Chambers says:

    Sharks had maybe 14 shots? Not sure they have enough offence to outscore the Oil in a playoff series.

  44. LMHF#1 says:

    The Oilers had a powerplay with 4 minutes left in a game they led…and scored.

    Heady days folks. Better days.

  45. hunter1909 says:

    Hunter1909 2016-17 Death March Regular Season Update for 6.4.17:

    With tonight’s win, Oilers now on a 101 point projected end of season finish. The geniuses(until next game) who predicted a 101 point finish are:

    Treevojo

    Skook

    Orange and Blue

    The regular season is coming to a close very soon. Make sure you all play the Hunter1909 2017 Playoff Death March, to keep the world safe and to help bring world peace.

  46. npanciroli says:

    Impressive win. Lucic was real good.

  47. BONE207 says:

    Soup Fascist:
    Thanks for nothing Looch. My preseason prediction of 97 points is officially off the rails, eliminating me from Hunterpalooza.

    My last chance at immortality eludes me.

    Don’t you have to finish mortality first. Your immortality can wait till after the playoffs. Let’s drink!!!

  48. Chachi says:

    Just caught up on the posts. Well done folks. Looks like Lucic dragged the Oilers to home ice advantage in the first round. There were several points tonight where the puck was in the corner in the Oilers end and Adam Larsson or Darnell Nurse were just viciously abusing the Sharks players trying to get the puck. Win or lose San Jose is going to come out of that series with the Oilers beat up badly.

  49. jimmers2 says:

    hunter1909:
    Hunter1909 2016-17 Death March Regular Season Update for 6.4.17:

    With tonight’s win, Oilers now on a 101 point projected end of season finish. The geniuses(until next game) who predicted a 101 point finish are:

    Treevojo

    Skook

    Orange and Blue

    The regular season is coming to a close very soon. Make sure you all play the Hunter1909 2017 Playoff Death March, to keep the world safe and to help bring world peace.

    I note that the list of geniuses predicting the point total is decreasing with every game, as the total edges up to and passes 100. I was out at 88 if I recall.

    A sign of a fantastic season and what a turnaround.

  50. BONE207 says:

    hunter1909:
    Hunter1909 2016-17 Death March Regular Season Update for 6.4.17:

    The regular season is coming to a close very soon. Make sure you all play the Hunter1909 2017 Playoff Death March, to keep the world safe and to help bring world peace.

    Playoff version? What are we counting? Wins? To think stopping isis just needed the Oilers in the playoffs. Wait…does that mean we radicals in our midst???

  51. Chachi says:

    NHL Public Relations‏ @PR_NHL
    Oscar Klefbom is the first @EdmontonOilers defenseman to post four assists in a game since Chris Pronger on Dec. 31, 2005 at CGY. #EDMvsSJS

  52. The Original JDI says:

    Chachi,

    What kind of cheese is playoff cheese?

    Velveeta!

    I know that’s not really a cheese…

  53. Zelepukin says:

    so… if

    We beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds lose to Jets

    We play Cal.

    If we beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds beat Jets

    We play NSH

    If We lose one we play SJ

  54. Younger Oil says:

    This is the best regular season performance by an Oilers team since 1987-88.

    That is insane.

  55. Richard S.S. says:

    By beating San Jose, the Oilers hold the Tie-Breaker in this series. The Win guarantees 2nd Place for Edmonton. Anaheim needs to lose their last game for Edmonton to have a chance at finishing 1st.

  56. The Original JDI says:

    Younger Oil: This is the best regular season performance by an Oilers team since 1987-88.

    Your screen name makes me question this statement.

  57. Soup Fascist says:

    Richard S.S.:
    By beating San Jose, the Oilers hold the Tie-Breaker in this series.The Win guarantees 2nd Place for Edmonton.Anaheim needs to lose their last game for Edmonton to have a chance at finishing 1st.

    I think they need a point to ensure HIA. First tie breaker is regulation wins.

    Not to worry though. McD with 3 points in the win on Saturday. Kid can taste 100 points.

  58. Chachi says:

    The Original JDI:
    Chachi,

    What kind of cheese is playoff cheese?

    Velveeta!

    I know that’s not really a cheese…


    HA!

  59. Younger Oil says:

    The Original JDI: Your screen name makes me question this statement.

    Needed to Google it since it was before my time, but it seems to be true!

    http://www.hockeydb.com/stte/edmonton-oilers-5632.html

    EDIT: I guess the loser point skews things, could be different once you factor that in.

  60. Pescador says:

    hunter1909:
    Hunter1909 2016-17 Death March Regular Season Update for 6.4.17:

    With tonight’s win, Oilers now on a 101 point projected end of season finish. The geniuses(until next game) who predicted a 101 point finish are:

    Treevojo

    Skook

    Orange and Blue

    Pescador

    The regular season is coming to a close very soon. Make sure you all play the Hunter1909 2017 Playoff Death March, to keep the world safe and to help bring world peace.

  61. frjohnk says:

    PVR’d the game and just finished watching it.

    Great game. Sharks definitely are missing Big Joe and Couture, and came out strong in the 1st, but Oilers had a great 2nd period. They have had a few 2nd periods of late in where they absolutely dominated.

    Lucic, big hit, big fight, 3 goals. Great night by him.

    Talbot stopping the penalty shot at 2-2 was huge.

    I hope Oilers get home ice advantage as the fans in Edmonton deserve it. Game 1 will be rocking at Rogers.

    EDIT: Looks like Oilers get home ice. Awesome.

    EDIT 2.0. I think.

  62. BONE207 says:

    Pescador,

    Way to go Fisher. Book the room & I’ll bring the chicks

  63. Younger Oil says:

    Subtracting the Oilers’ loser points and shootout wins, they would have 86 points in 80 games, which would be their best season since 2003-04.

    Excuse my previous excitement! However, this season is still a remarkable achievement.

  64. Pescador says:

    Zelepukin:
    so… if

    We beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds lose to Jets

    We play Cal.

    If we beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds beat Jets

    We play NSH

    If We lose one we play SJ

    I

    I kinda want to play SJ,
    Anyone know who the last Oiler was to have a hat trick & a fight in the same game?
    I don’t know where to look

  65. Pescador says:

    BONE207:
    Pescador,

    Way to go Fisher. Book the room & I’ll bring the chicks

    Thanks, you’ll probably have them all to yourself. When they get there they’ll realize I’m a fraud

  66. Professor Q says:

    Younger Oil:
    Subtracting the Oilers’ loser points and shootout wins, they would have 86 points in 80 games, which would be their best season since 2003-04.

    Excuse my previous excitement! However, this season is still a remarkable achievement.

    Converting those OTLs to Tie points?

  67. spoiler says:

    frjohnk,

    Just need 1 point, Padre, from the last two games to guarantee.

  68. Lloyd B. says:

    Pescador,

    You are hoping to play the Stanley Cup finalists from last year?

    It looks like we are going to but Lord Thunderin. What a way to end the decade of darkness.

    The Oilers have to go through them all to get to the Cup including the Hawks.

    At least they have a shot at it this year because they are on the dance floor.

    This is not going to be easy. But… WOOOT !!!

  69. russ99 says:

    Zelepukin:
    so… if

    We beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds lose to Jets

    We play Cal.

    If we beat Van twice
    ANA loses to the Kings
    Cal loses to SJ
    Preds beat Jets

    We play NSH

    If We lose one we play SJ

    Calgary at San Jose and Nashville at Winnipeg play on Saturday
    LA at Anaheim starts a half hour before us on Sunday.

    Things should be clearer after Saturday’s games.

  70. Yak Efron says:

    Apparently ww3 kicked off while we were watching the game. Its been swell folks.

  71. Lloyd B. says:

    russ99,

    And perfectly clear after Sundays games. 🙂

  72. Pescador says:

    Lloyd B.:
    Pescador,

    You are hoping to play the Stanley Cup finalists from last year?

    It looks like we are going to but Lord Thunderin.What a way to end the decade of darkness.

    The Oilers have to go through them all to get to the Cup including the Hawks.

    At least they have a shot at it this year because they are on the dance floor.

    This is not going to be easy.But… WOOOT !!!

    Actually I am hoping to beat last years Stanley Cup finalist. 😀

  73. Younger Oil says:

    Professor Q: Converting those OTLs to Tie points?

    Oops got things mixed up, didn’t realize that they started giving out the OTL point in 1999.

    Under that point structure, we’d have 95 points in 80 games, 0.593 points percentage, beating all seasons after 2000!

    Under the point structure before THAT, it would be 86 points in 80 games, 0.538 points percentage, best since the 1989-90 season. The last time we won a cup.

    Final answer!

  74. Professor Q says:

    We could even potentially have 5-7 20-goal scorers, if the Vancouver games turn out nicely!

  75. Professor Q says:

    Pescador: Actually I am hoping to beat last years Stanley Cup finalist.

    Or…

    *shudders*

    The President’s​ Trophy winners…

  76. Rocknrolla says:

    frjohnk:
    PVR’d the game and just finished watching it.

    Great game.Sharks definitely are missing Big Joe and Couture, and came out strong in the 1st, but Oilers had a great 2nd period.They have had a few 2nd periods of late in where they absolutely dominated.

    Lucic, big hit, big fight, 3 goals.Great night by him.

    Talbot stopping the penalty shot at 2-2 was huge.

    I hope Oilers get home ice advantage as the fans in Edmonton deserve it.Game 1 will be rocking at Rogers.

    EDIT: Looks like Oilers get home ice.Awesome.

    EDIT 2.0.I think.

    Penalty shot was at 2-1 sharks……even bigger save!!!!

  77. RicaGreaser says:

    Pescador,

    Patty Maroon chucked knucks with Chara back in January when he had that hat trick.

    The more exclusive subset would be Oilers who:
    -scored a natural hatty after winning a fight handily against a potential first round playoff opponent in that opponent’s barn.

    My search for that returns only one M. Lucic.

  78. Oilanderp says:

    I like hockey.

  79. Bank Shot says:

    RicaGreaser:
    Pescador,

    Patty Maroon chucked knucks with Chara back in January when he had that hat trick.

    The more exclusive subset would be Oilers who:
    -scored a natural hatty after winning a fight handily against a potential first round playoff opponent in that opponent’s barn.

    My search for that returns only one M. Lucic.

    Not bad for a 7th round pick. 🙂

  80. BONVIE says:

    hunter1909:
    Hopefully Bruce Wayne can help everyone understand just what a drag on the team Lucic was tonight.

    He could argue tonight’s game was a meaningless one.

    Yeah I was thinking about his kind, when I saw Lucic had a hat trick. All of the under performing expensive contracts seemed to be playing well down the stretch. I’ve saw quite a few players over the years for the Oilers have off seasons than light it up in the playoffs and all is forgotten.

  81. spoiler says:

    You know the media is really pushing the stop on the penalty shot as a turning point, but Talbot made another great stop on Tierney after that, and then of course there was that crushing hit by McDavid before the Oil got the first Nuke La Looch strike.

    Great stop by Talbot, don’t get me wrong, but what an inspiration this young Captain is.

  82. season not played says:

    Younger Oil:
    Taylor Who?

    Easy troll!

    Am I doing it right?

  83. The Trade Guy says:

    I had to go to bed but I knew they’d come back. Big change over the past 10 years where I was always pretty sure they would lose. Now I wake up and am pleasantly surprised. That first goal by Lucic is a big time deflection. What a set of hands!

  84. The Original JDI says:

    Younger Oil: but it seems to be true!

    It’s all good – you can stand on my lawn any day.

    But while you’re there, the rake is around back, beside the deck.

  85. Woodguy v2.0 says:

    season not played: Easy troll!

    Am I doing it right?

    No.

    In order for your post to be correct he also needed to imply everyone is stupid for using fancystats in their analysis, misrepresent something someone said, and then beat the shit out of a strawman.

  86. Scungilli says:

    Lucic is 5 points behind Hall, playing on the second line with slumping players, and got a Gordie. At this point he’s pulling his weight. Both wingers at the same time would have been nice. Sometimes things wash out better than expected.

  87. season not played says:

    Woodguy v2.0,

    Are you sure you don’t need to edit that post three times to eliminate any lies you have told?

  88. hags9k says:

    Pescador: I kinda want to play SJ,
    Anyone know who the last Oiler was to have a hat trick & a fight in the same game?
    I don’t know where to look

    Maroon! This year! Chara!

    I LOVE OUR POWER FORWARDS.

  89. Woodguy v2.0 says:

    season not played:
    Woodguy v2.0,

    Are you sure you don’t need to edit that post three times to eliminate any lies you have told?

    *checks over post*

    Nope.

    I edited it for coherence, not content.

    *checks off misrepresentation box*

  90. season not played says:

    Woodguy v2.0,

    I have now found out everything I need to know about the kind of guy you are.

    No wonder you are so defensive of Hall.

  91. spoiler says:

    season not played:
    Woodguy v2.0,

    I have now found out everything I need to know about the kind of guy you are.

    No wonder you are so defensive of Hall.

    *checks off bonus ad hominem box*

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