G69 2017-18: Oilers at Flames

I get emails and dm’s 10 at a time these days, mostly about changes in management or coaching. “You’re always on McLellan’s side, why can’t you see he’s the one who is going to be fired?” and “your buddy Chiarelli ruined the Bruins and now he’s ruined the Oilers. Thanks!” are just two of many lovely notes passed along recently. I think there’s a chance both men end up out of work, or in the case of Peter Chiarelli bumped into a new role like “Vice President of Procurement, Chancellor of the Exchequer.Either way, first 15 days of April, don’t venture far from the Al Gore.

THE ATHLETIC!

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  • New Lowetide: Jujhar Khaira, Ethan Bear and why prospects fail.
  • Lowetide: How the Oilers can win summer without breaking the bank.
  • Lowetide: Hard Target Search for power-play quarterback
  • Lowetide: Bob Nicholson speaks, Oilers’ fans burn.
  • Lowetide: Draft 2018: The Oilers and Sweden.
  • Lowetide: Draft 2018: The Oilers and the QMJHL.
  • Lowetide: Draft 2018Oilers and the WHL.
  • Lowetide: Draft 2018: Oilers draft history and the OHL
  • Lowetide: Draft 2018: The Oilers and the NCAA.

THE LAST SPIKE, YEAR OVER YEAR

  • March 2016: 3-2-0, goal differential 0 (6 points)
  • March 2017: 3-1-1, goal differential +7 (7 points)
  • March 2018: 3-2-0, goal differential +1 (6 points)
  • March 10, 2016: Edmonton 2, Minnesota 1 (Source)
  • March 16, 2017: Edmonton 7, Boston 4 (Source)

Todd McLellan’s Oilers enjoy March, they are a combined 11-5-1 entering tonight’s contest over three seasons. The team has had an ongoing victory train over the Calgary Flames (7-0) and we’ll see about that tonight, too.

AFTER 68, YEAR OVER YEAR

  • Oilers 15-16: 26-35-7, goal differential -42 (59 points)
  • Oilers 16-17: 35-24-9, goal differential +18 (79 points)
  • Oilers 17-18: 30-34-4, goal differential -31 (64 points)
  • March 8, 2016: San Jose 3, Edmonton 0 (Source)
  • March 14, 2017: Edmonton 7, Dallas 1 (Source)

This little March run has Edmonton getting some separation from the 2015-16 crew. Not even a long losing streak gets anyone fired before the end of the season now, Oilers still have a chance at 80 points on the season.

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM MARCH

  • At home to: Nashville, NY Rangers, Arizona, NY Islanders, Minnesota (Expected 2-3-0) (Actual 3-2-0)
  • On the road to: Calgary (Expected 0-1-0) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • At home to: San Jose (Expected 0-0-1) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • On the road to: Florida, Tampa Bay, Carolina, Ottawa (Expected 1-2-1) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • At home to: Los Angeles, Anaheim, Columbus (Expected 2-1-0) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • On the road to: Vancouver, Calgary (Expected 1-0-1) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • Overall expected result: 6-7-3, 15 points in 16 games
  • Current results: 3-2-0, 6 points in five games

HERE COMES SUMMER!

Lots of churn out there in regard to the Oilers shortcomings, par for the course when a team is so far from expectation (they are about 20 points behind where they should be). As mentioned above, the season has been so severe that both coach and general manager are vulnerable.

A typical Oilers solution would be firing an assistant coach, at least one guy in Bakersfield and someone in the front office who is well down the list. Possibly followed by the signing of Darnell Nurse and we’re off and running.

The presence of Paul Coffey, hired during the season, and Wayne Gretzky, who has taken on a more public role (if not specifically in hockey ops) suggest there could be a shadow cabinet walking the same halls as Todd McLellan and Peter Chiarelli.

It’s important to make a distinction between the need for change and what the change could be for these Oilers. Two points:

  1. The Oilers have to do something, bleeding more young talent via June trades is not an option.
  2. The tea leaves are delivering an unsettling cast of characters in possible feature roles.

There’s a tendency to regard what is in front of us as the low point, the nadir. The seasoned Oilers fan will allow for the possibility we ain’t seen nothing yet.

LOWDOWN WITH LOWETIDE

A busy show on the way, TSN1260 at 10 this morning. Scheduled to appear:

  • Jonathan Willis, The Athletic. Parsing word and deed, we’ll project the Oilers shuffle that is less than one month away.
  • Kent Wilson, The Athletic. Tough times for the Flames but a win tonight will improve the forecast.
  • Scott Cullen, TSN. Is Alex Ovechkin the best scorer of all time?

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

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  1. Gerta Rauss says:

    Munny: I was expecting that 40 minutes ago lol.

    I hated him 40 minutes ago if that counts for anything

  2. Gerta Rauss says:

    hunter1909: Poor #13 for the Oilers. No longer able to skate quickly, this is a disadvantage when playing a “Roadrunner” style game – expect Chiarelli to offer him a 4 year contract @ $3.0 million per, with a 2 year NMC.

    And then play him at 2RD..!

  3. Gerta Rauss says:

    That Gaudreau bobblehead is life size

  4. BONE207 says:

    frjohnk:

    But was secreting cheering for Jarome.

    Padre, this is quite a personal revelation.
    …was this while you were wearing Pouzar’s pants?

  5. Pouzar says:

    Looch watching

  6. Munny says:

    Tough save for Talbot on Lazar

  7. Munny says:

    Bobblehead scores

  8. StixMalone says:

    Where were the D?

  9. OmJo says:

    That play alone makes Harmonic worth a 1st round pick.

    Nawt! Haha eat shit Flames.

    (Ofc as I type this they score…)

  10. Gayfish says:

    Can’t believe that Tmac doesn’t account for Gaudreau alone in front of the net in his defensive scheme.
    #allthethouroughlymediocrecoachesfault

  11. Pouzar says:

    Tough assignment for Drai tonight.

  12. Munny says:

    What exactly is the trapezoid for again?

  13. Lowetide says:

    That was a nice goal by Gaudreau.

  14. rickithebear says:

    StixMalone:
    Where were the D?

    No! No! No!

    You say.
    “ We’re are the Waldo’s”

  15. Munny says:

    Caggiula is damn near useless

  16. Pouzar says:

    Munny:
    Caggiula is damn near useless

    near?

  17. Bling says:

    Not a good sequence for DC there.

  18. Ribs says:

    Crafty one by Gaudreau. Draisatl has some lessons to learn at center, it seems.

  19. sliderule says:

    Like Ricki says its not the D

    It’s the coaches chase the puck in you own zone.

    Swarm,

    Ugh

  20. Gayfish says:

    Pouzar: near?

    Detrimental is pretty near useless.

  21. Munny says:

    Nuge with a perfect opportunity to snow Smith but declines

  22. Munny says:

    Pouzar: near?

    Well, he has a university degree… surely there’s something he can offer to society?

  23. LadiesloveSmid says:

    *************long fart noise****************

  24. Pouzar says:

    Munny: Well, he has a university degree… surely there’s something he can offer to society?

    Indeed

  25. rickithebear says:

    sliderule:
    Like Ricki says its not the D

    It’s the coaches chase the puck in you own zone.

    Swarm,

    Ugh

    Klefbom cannot be fixed.
    Nurse playing like he did at WJC can be an anchor.

  26. Munny says:

    Drai has to recognize that in-the-zone trap setting up.

  27. Bling says:

    That’s two undisciplined penalties. Sigh.

  28. Pouzar says:

    Thx Cammy.

  29. Munny says:

    Bling:
    That’s two undisciplined penalties. Sigh.

    And there’s been some panic and solo play since the goal was scored. Need to pull heads out of asses.

  30. Gerta Rauss says:

    Hrudey can barely contain his glee describing the Oiler penalty

  31. hunter1909 says:

    #13 on the ice with McDavid. Okay. Tank is on.

    #13 getting honoured by the msm crew for playing 900 games in the NHL. Not scoring or being effective at all for the Oilers since he joined, or anything lol

  32. Munny says:

    Use this.

  33. hunter1909 says:

    Three Flames mug #97 lol

  34. Munny says:

    Eat shit Gio

  35. LadiesloveSmid says:

    LadiesloveSmid:
    *************long fart noise****************

    Oops, was doing commentary on the game for sports net. Didnt mean to put this here

  36. Munny says:

    Oh dear Gord

  37. flyfish1168 says:

    Munny:
    Eat shit Gio

    He already has it all over his face.

  38. Kinger_Oil.redux says:

    – just got to hotel room in Vancouver. So civilized to watch game at 7:30 local time

    – train from airport always awesome. Train fro downtown Toronto to airport then same here. Transportation is getting better in the major Canadian cities.

    Goilers

  39. StixMalone says:

    Another useless PP attempt…

  40. Hwahl says:

    Aberg does not have the discipline to play PP. Shooting loosely when there’s zero traffic

  41. Munny says:

    Actually Kelly, every time Mike Smith goes down, I hope he’s not okay

  42. Pouzar says:

    StixMalone:
    Another useless PP attempt…

    Amazing isn’t it?

    Yeah let’s bring em all back.

  43. Munny says:

    Nice to see Khaira get some CMD time.

  44. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    If this is Smith for the rest of the season Calgary gets in for sure.

  45. Munny says:

    Larsson really didn’t want to pass to Pujo there

  46. StixMalone says:

    If 97 doesn’t score tonight nobody will….

  47. Bling says:

    Bear made an incredible play there moving the puck to McDavid.

    He’s getting better pretty quickly.

  48. Dino says:

    The day this team learns to plant themselves in front of the net and wait to pounce on juicy rebounds instead of doing fly-by’s after every shot… watch out. Puljujarvi WAS doing that but suddenly stopped. Wonder why?

  49. rickithebear says:

    Bling:
    Bear made an incredible play there moving the puck to McDavid.

    He’s getting better pretty quickly.

    All HD dman should be able to make a pass.

    HD bear stands for hellish defence bear.

  50. rickithebear says:

    Dino:
    The day this team learns to plant themselves in front of the net and wait to pounce on juicy rebounds instead of doing fly-by’s after every shot… watch out. Puljujarvi WAS doing that but suddenly stopped. Wonder why?

    Oh! Oh! Oh!

    Horse Shack?

    Coaching!

  51. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    There’s no personnel reason why Colorado should be ahead of the oilers.

    Fuck this season.

  52. Lowetide says:

    Big period for Calgary, nasty and desperate as they should be.

    1-0 Calgary (1-0 in the second)
    22-20 Shots for Calgary (12-9 Calgary in the second)
    36-30 Corsi for 5×5 for Calgary (impressive 14-8 Calgary in the second)

  53. Kinger_Oil.redux says:

    – holy shit is this 2nd period break coverage brutal. It’s like a sctv skit.

    – who are these guys on sportsnet

  54. jtblack says:

    When was the last time Lucic even looked at a guy sideways?

  55. Craig The Keg says:

    Kinger_Oil.redux,

    I also just landed in Vancouver and got to my hotel. Just in time to catch the 3rd. Will be nice to get to bed at a reasonable time after the game for a change!

  56. flyfish1168 says:

    jtblack:
    When was the last time Lucic even looked at a guy sideways?

    I truly believe he is playing hurt.

  57. Munny says:

    Kinger_Oil.redux:
    – holy shit is this 2nd period breakcoverage brutal. It’s like a sctv skit.

    – who are these guys on sportsnet

    I rarely watch the intermissions on Sportsnet. They are beyond awful.

  58. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Like I said Smith is dialed….

  59. Munny says:

    Nuge needs to be the passer. He has no finish.

  60. Munny says:

    Connor deliberately stirring the pot in the crease.

  61. Gerta Rauss says:

    holy Nuge….robbed

  62. Ribs says:

    Kinger_Oil.redux:
    – holy shit is this 2nd period breakcoverage brutal. It’s like a sctv skit.

    – who are these guys on sportsnet

    Kinda makes a guy appreciate the Oilers crew a bit more. They probably don’t get the credit they are due.

  63. OmJo says:

    Those fuckers put their hands on McDavid.

  64. Bling says:

    McDavid is fucking fearless.

  65. Ribs says:

    I don’t know what they shot Smith up with before the game but clearly it’s the good stuff.

  66. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    OmJo:
    Those fuckers put their hands on McDavid.

    You know who should put someone though the boards?

    Yeah me neither.

  67. Munny says:

    Flames announcers agree there should be no penalty on the Flames players

  68. jake70 says:

    27 with less than enthusiastic engagement into that scrum. Send him to Hawaii for a couple of weeks or something. He is approaching useless.

  69. Munny says:

    Targeting Gaudreau isn’t a bad idea

  70. Fgary says:

    Mcdavid getting mugged at every oppurtunity

  71. Pretendergast says:

    theyre not even hiding it anymore, held his arm from the blueline in jesus

  72. hunter1909 says:

    Benning doesn’t belong in the NHL.

    Waive Benning, and let him be a superstar in the AHL. Help develop prospects, instead of being a lousy NHLer.

  73. Munny says:

    Any time that .896 save percentage for the Flames wants to show up is fine with me.

  74. flyfish1168 says:

    I would rather see Pakarinen playing tonight than Cammalleri.

  75. LadiesloveSmid says:

    hunter1909:
    Benning doesn’t belong in the NHL.

    Waive Benning, and let him be a superstar in the AHL. Help develop prospects, instead of being a lousy NHLer.

    Any Oiler blue been better tonight? Sek maybe

  76. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Amazing how the flames cover open areas in the d zone by not chasing all over the place….

    FIR THE MALL

  77. hunter1909 says:

    Sack TMac for allowing McDavid to get mugged like this.

  78. Munny says:

    Finally a hold on CMD called.

  79. hunter1909 says:

    LadiesloveSmid: Any Oiler blue been better tonight? Sek maybe

    Benning isn’t good enough.

  80. JonyPro says:

    Holy shit, he did it

    Nuge – Drai – McDavid
    Haha why not

  81. StixMalone says:

    Make this one count….

  82. OmJo says:

    Réal Goudenyéu: You know who should put someone though the boards?

    Yeah me neither.

    I can come up with $6 million people.who should be doing it.

    Heh.

  83. Gerta Rauss says:

    a late PP for the Oilers

    I’m not sure if that’s good or bad

  84. hunter1909 says:

    TMac plays 6 million dollar Lucic in crucial must score situations, and Lucic is snakebit wtf sack him asap.

  85. OmJo says:

    Fuck you TMac for putting Lucic out there with a minute left on a PP.

    Seriously. Wtf?

  86. JonyPro says:

    Damn, so close…..

  87. hunter1909 says:

    That’s all.

  88. Nailer Yakumoto says:

    Key play by Lucic.ugh

  89. Munny says:

    Aww fuck. Well 7-1 in the last eight against the dumbasses.

  90. Gerta Rauss says:

    fuck me

  91. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Fuck this game in particular

  92. Gret99zky says:

    Lucic is a special kind of shitty.

    He’s like Dijon Shit™.

  93. Bling says:

    I am in awe of the lack of urgency to shoot the puck on the PP. You’re down by one with ~1 minute left!

  94. smellyglove says:

    Lucic, not NHL player. At least 3 gaffes on that PP.

  95. Craig Zonit says:

    Fire Lucic into the sun.

  96. StixMalone says:

    Fire the PP coaches. Insane , 2 men up and they don’t crowd the net always looking for a highlight reel goal never looking for a gritty dirty goal. This is where we miss Maroon cause Looch doesn’t do it …

  97. Dicky94 says:

    OmJo,

    He fought the puck the whole time he was out there. It just doesn’t make sense anymore what TMac is doing.

  98. McSorley33 says:

    It is just simply sad to see him play…..

  99. OmJo says:

    Craig Zonit:
    Fire Lucic into the sun.

    Blame TMac, not Lucic.

    I don’t he’s saying “put me out in crucial moments, coach” every game.

  100. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Dicky94:
    OmJo,

    He fought the puck the whole time he was out there. It just doesn’t make sense anymore what TMac is doing.

    Trying to get himself fired?

  101. Bling says:

    THE GOOD:

    McDavid was amazing and downright fearless. Attacked the high danger areas every single shift. Drai also looked good. Mike C with some nice things as well. I liked Bear’s game.

    Talbot was excellent.

    THE BAD:

    Too many poor breakouts, and no real sustain in the offensive zone. Too many forwards did not so much. There were a lot of forwards who were happy to just hold the puck in the corner without making any sort of move to the danger areas.

    Lucic and Kassian should be ashamed. Just brutal efforts. Lucic may as well have been on Mars for how often he was involved. Kassian made a lot of swoopy plays to the perimeter instead of driving to the net. How may times did he have the puck in a danger area and then go behind the net? Where was he when McDavid and Nuge got mugged?

  102. Gret99zky says:

    Lowetide said:

    “A typical Oilers solution would be firing an assistant coach, at least one guy in Bakersfield and someone in the front office who is well down the list. Possibly followed by the signing of Darnell Nurse and we’re off and running.”

    This is it exactly.

    Peter and Todd are safe for another half season at least. Some anonymous henchmen will be eliminated.

    Darnell will be signed for too much. (I think he is Chia’s best chance to win a trade.)

    Lucic will change his off-season training regime and all the talk will be about how he is “in the best shape of his career” but the results will be the same. The game has passed him by.

    Caggiula will be back. Yuck.

    Cammalleri will be offered a contract. Gross.

    When the playoffs begin to slip away in early December RNH trade talks will heat up again.

    But, hey, five year plan!

  103. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Also drysaddle was a non factor tonight. Not good enough.

  104. who says:

    The only thing harder than watching the Oilers play this game was listening to Kelly Hrudley do the color. He is brutal. 20 years of doing this and he still can’t put a sentence together.
    Very dissapointed in the play of our young wingers who are supposedly fighting for next year’s jobs.
    Aberg- still looks like a fourth liner to me.
    Caggulia – keeps trying but keeps doing dumb things.
    Slepeshev – invisible
    JP- looked better when moved to right wing. Imagine that.
    I kinda of understand the guys with guaranteed contracts checking out but if you’re fighting for a job you would think there would be some desperation.

  105. Réal Goudenyéu says:

    Gret99zky:
    Lowetide said:

    “A typical Oilers solution would be firing an assistant coach, at least one guy in Bakersfield and someone in the front office who is well down the list. Possibly followed by the signing of Darnell Nurse and we’re off and running.”

    This is it exactly.

    Peter and Todd are safe for another half season at least.Some anonymous henchmen will eliminated.

    Darnell will be signed for too much.(I think he is Chia’s best chance to win a trade.)

    Lucic will change his off-season training regime and all the talk will be about how he is “in the best shape of his career” but the results will be the same.The game has passed him by.

    Caggiula will be back.Yuck.

    Cammalleri will be offered a contract.Gross.

    When the playoffs begin to slip away in early December RNH trade talks will heat up again.

    But, hey, five year plan!

    If this happens I’m done as an oilers fan. Enough is fucking enough.

  106. russ99 says:

    Can we see now why Nuge and McDavid don’t work?

    Both are passers, McDavid is the better one since he can get to areas of the ice nobody else can.

    He needs a shooter not a skater who can pass.

  107. Craig Zonit says:

    OmJo: Blame TMac, not Lucic.

    I don’t he’s saying “put me out in crucial moments, coach” every game.

    That’s fair.

    Wouldn’t want your six million dollar man to be any more useful than a concrete median on a last-minute 6 on 4.

    Fire the mall?

  108. JimmyV1965 says:

    JJ played with McDavid and RNH for a shift at the end of the second. I thought he looked great there. Surprised and disappointed that Tmac didn’t reunite them in the third. Aberg does nothing on that first line.

  109. Bling says:

    JimmyV1965:
    JJ played with McDavid and RNH for a shift at the end of the second. I thought he looked great there. Surprised and disappointed that Tmac didn’t reunite them in the third. Aberg does nothing on that first line.

    Agreed, Khaira looked very good on the big line on that shift.

    I find that he looks much better on the wing compared to centre.

  110. JimmyV1965 says:

    I find myself almost getting angry at Talbot for playing so well. If he only did this at the beginning of the year we would be in a different place.

  111. Gret99zky says:

    JimmyV1965:
    JJ played with McDavid and RNH for a shift at the end of the second. I thought he looked great there. Surprised and disappointed that Tmac didn’t reunite them in the third. Aberg does nothing on that first line.

    Surprised and disappointed that Tmac…

    This could begin a Master’s thesis.

  112. godot10 says:

    rickithebear: Klefbom cannot be fixed.
    Nurse playing like he did at WJC can be an anchor.

    Did you see Klefbom at his World Junior Championship where Sweden won, and Klefbom was named the best defensemen in the tournament? He played like Nurse did at his WJC.

  113. godot10 says:

    Dicky94:
    OmJo,

    He fought the puck the whole time he was out there. It just doesn’t make sense anymore what TMac is doing.

    Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt. Still six stages to go, but he seems stuck here.

  114. godot10 says:

    Réal Goudenyéu:
    Also drysaddle was a non factor tonight. Not good enough.

    Reason: Two geezers well past their best before date in Lucic and Cammalleri.

  115. godot10 says:

    russ99:
    Can we see now why Nuge and McDavid don’t work?

    Both are passers, McDavid is the better one since he can get to areas of the ice nobody else can.

    He needs a shooter not a skater who can pass.

    It may not work, but you have to give it more than two games.

  116. JimmyV1965 says:

    Lowetide: I think they should improve as much as possible without giving anything of high end value up this summer. Draft well, sign a couple of veteran free-agent wingers at reasonable dollars and a more substantial backup goalie.

    What’s your thoughts on trading down in the first round?

  117. JimmyV1965 says:

    OriginalPouzar:
    I don’t understand what any of that means but there is one thing I know for sure, it reeks of pretentiousness and condescension.

    Enjoy the game all.

    Go Oilers!

    Good to see you back OP.

  118. Zelepukin says:

    russ99:
    Can we see now why Nuge and McDavid don’t work?

    Both are passers, McDavid is the better one since he can get to areas of the ice nobody else can.

    He needs a shooter not a skater who can pass.

    He needs a shooter who can skate and is agile. Someone that can quickly get into pockets and setup. Maroon was not that bad but still too slow to jump into ideal shooting positions. Lucic is basically the NHL 94 cpu player at the end of the period that stops moving and just coasts into the boards.

  119. LadiesloveSmid says:

    Cammalleri a special kind of slow tonight. Don’t think he’s back for that reason. Hope Aberg unlocks something in himself, looks to impact the game about as much as Pakarinen.

    My ideal off-season: RNH turned into Skinner/Saad, better winger for 29, 4C to push Khaira to Strome’s wing, shoot Russell into the sun and bring in a Demers, capable back-up

    maybe fire the assistant coaches, if not TMac

  120. GMB3 says:

    russ99:
    Can we see now why Nuge and McDavid don’t work?

    Both are passers, McDavid is the better one since he can get to areas of the ice nobody else can.

    He needs a shooter not a skater who can pass.

    Yes let’s not give our 30 goal scorer a skater who can pass him the puck. I thought RNH hit McDavid in stride time and time again tonight.

    McDavid needs players who can skate and move the puck. RNH and McDavid looked lethal when transitioning the puck up ice.

  121. Hockey Project says:

    Just an honest question, aside from the many good points already made: is Kris Russell capable of making a pass? He turns down easy opportunities to move the puck and instead goes backhand/off the glass and out almost every time.

    It’s sad that a rookie as green as grass seems so much better at this.

  122. russ99 says:

    GMB3: Yes let’s not give our 30 goal scorer a skater who can pass him the puck. I thought RNH hit McDavid in stride time and time again tonight.

    McDavid needs players who can skate and move the puck. RNH and McDavid looked lethal when transitioning the puck up ice.

    Shooting is a weak point of Connor’s game, he’s a better passer. Wouldn’t it be better if Connor got his 30 goals and then also got 35-40 assists passing to a goal scorer?

    Or is it just that fans want to see Nuge on the rush at all costs?

  123. GMB3 says:

    russ99: Shooting is a weak point of Connor’s game, he’s a better passer. Wouldn’t it be better if Connor got his 30 goals and then also got 35-40 assists passing to a goal scorer?

    Or is it just that fans want to see Nuge on the rush at all costs?

    What does that even mean, fans just want to see Nuge on the rush? Did Nuge fuck your wife or something

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