Game 35 2018-19: Blues at Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers are 9-3-2 under Ken Hitchcock and the team will be looking for win No. 10 in its fifteenth game with the new coach. That’s some impressive track record and the team is in a playoff position this morning. A win tonight should keep them there through the Christmas break. At the same time, Hitchcock is regaling the masses daily with his stunning verbal.

An example from yesterday: “(Puljujarvi) is a tremendous forechecker, he’s now playing through people, the next step is scoring on the chances he gets, but he’s on the ice for +6 or +7 scoring chances for and against every night now. He’s creating chances with his work and his reach, and I said this before, he’s got an unbelievable stick, which he hides and then exploits on people and that’s why you see on all these turnovers.” 

THE ATHLETIC!

The Athletic Edmonton is going to bring it all season long. Proud to be part of a lineup that is ready to cover the coming year. Outstanding coverage from a large group, including Daniel Nugent-Bowman and Jonathan Willis, Lowetide, Minnia Feng and Pat McLean. If you haven’t subscribed yet, now’s your chance. Outstanding offer is here.

  • New Lowetide: Ken Hitchcock and the Oilers fan base that is intoxicated by the words of the great communicator
  • New Jonathan Willis: Under Ken Hitchcock, the Oilers may be moving away from the yo-yo approach to development. 
  • Lowetide: With Oscar Klefbom’s injury, will the Oilers look in unusual places for a solution?
  • Black Dog Pat: A bittersweet year 
  • Jonathan WillisTakeaways from Ken Hitchcock’s lineup decisions for the Oilers against the Flyers. 
  • Lowetide: No. 7 prospect Winter 2018: Caleb Jones
  • Daniel Nugent-Bowman: How the Oilers Alex Chiasson is able to maintain his scoring touch. 
  • Daniel Nugent-Bowman: How Connor McDavid became the world’s fastest skater. 
  • Lowetide: Jesse Puljujarvi as an offensive player and what that tells us about his future with the Oilers. 
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 6 Prospect winter 2018: Cooper Marody
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 5 Prospect winter 2018: Ethan Bear.
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 4 Prospect winter 2018: Ryan McLeod.
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 3 Prospect winter 2018: Tyler Benson.
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 2 Prospect winter 2018: Kailer Yamamoto.
  • Lowetide: Oilers No. 1 Prospect winter 2018: Evan Bouchard.

OILERS AFTER 35

  • Oilers in 2015: 15-18-2, 32 points; goal differential -15
  • Oilers in 2016: 18-12-5, 41 points; goal differential +6
  • Oilers in 2017: 16-17-2, 34 points; goal differential -7
  • Oilers in 2018: 18-13-3, 39 points; goal differential +3

The entire division is on a heater, so a win tonight is vital. Edmonton needs to grab as many points before the end of the month, they’ll be at Game 39 on January 1. Can the team get to 45 points by the New Year? 

OILERS IN DECEMBER

  • Oilers in December 2015: 6-3-1, 13 points; goal differential -4
  • Oilers in December 2016: 5-2-3, 13 points; goal differential +1
  • Oilers in December 2017: 7-3-0, 14 points; goal differential +10
  • Oilers in December 2018: 6-2-1, 13 points; goal differential +8

All four Decembers in the McDavid era have been productive, although not all of them have a happy ending. Edmonton has done so many good things this month, important to finish strong. 

WHAT TO EXPECT IN DECEMBER

  • At home to: Vegas (Expected 0-1-0) Actual (1-0-0)
  • On the road to: Dallas, St. Louis (Expected 1-1-0) (Actual 1-1-0)
  • At home to: Minnesota, Calgary (Expected 1-1-0) (Actual 2-0-0)
  • On the road to: Colorado,Winnipeg(Expected 1-1-0) (Actual 1-0-1)
  • At home to: Philadelphia (Expected 1-0-0) (Actual 1-0-0)
  • On the road to: Vancouver (Expected 1-0-0) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • At home to: St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Vancouver, San Jose, Winnipeg (Expected 2-2-1) (Actual 0-0-0)
  • Overall expected result: 7-6-1, 15 points in 14 games
  • Current results: 6-2-1, 13 points in eight games

Edmonton reaches my projection for the team with a win tonight, meaning five free games to make some hay. I think the Tampa Bay, San Jose and Winnipeg games are going to be difficult, important to get a result from at least one of them. 

HITCHCOCK’S OILERS

  • Forwards have 5-on-5 points per 60, defensemen have Corsi 5-on-5 percentage, goalies save percentage. 
  • The top line has a trio over 2.00/60, that’s some major league choogling. That second line is also coming into view.
  • Khaira is beyond reasonable expectations now, he was always a tough one to track offensively. From BCHL to Michigan Tech to Everett and then Oklahoma City, he played for some truly defensive coaches and then didn’t play a lot. I’m not sure he is a 1.89/60 player 5-on-5, but I do know he meant to pass that puck to Nuge on Sunday and it was a dandy. 
  • Hitchcock’s comments re: Puljujarvi are on point, the next step is offense. If he can get the big Finn at 1.75/60 or better, this forward group would be in alignment. 
  • The defense is missing Oscar Klefbom, Kris Russell and Andrej Sekera. That’s a lot of quality unavailable. 
  • Nurse-Larsson are hanging in while playing big minutes. Nurse’s goal differential under Hitchcock (13-10) is miles better than shot share and Corsi (about 47 percent), same goes for Larsson under the new coach (12-8, also 47 percent). Regression would be a bitch, and untimely, should it come during the time Oscar is away. 
  • Gravel-Jones appears to be a Godsend, early days of course. Hitchcock had a fabulous quote on Jones yesterday, it is below. 
  • Matt Benning is 9-3 goal differential under Hitchcock. 

HITCH TALKS CALEB

  • I really like him. I see something really special and what I see is composure under fire. He does not panic when the puck is up for grabs. He doesn’t panic in high traffic with the puck and I think that’s something growth-wise that is really special that not many players have and to me if he’s going to grow from that, that’s a hell of a hockey player.”

If I’m the Edmonton Oilers amateur scouting staff, I’m a little misty this morning. Time and again over many years the club would draft prospects who would come through the system only to be stymied by the head coach due to sins real and imagined. Hitchcock appears to be finding useful pieces everywhere, from Khaira to Puljujarvi and now Jones. That’s part of my story at The Athletic this morning

LOWDOWN WITH LOWETIDE

We are one week from Christmas! Chatter today and the rest of the week will focus on the Oilers but also prospects and the WJ’s. It all starts at 10 Edmonton time, TSN1260, and scheduled to appear:

  • Jonathan Willis, The Athletic. Hitchcock’s impact on the team and how young players being deployed by the great coach. 
  • Andrew Peard, Oil Kings PBP. The man, the myth, the legend discusses the Oil Kings. 
  • Simon Boisvert, Prospect Insider. Can Caleb Jones keep this up? What is Simon seeing from Khaira and Puljuj’s usage under Hitchcock. Is there anyone else in Bakersfield who can help?

Text 10-1260, twitter is @Lowetide. Talk soon! 

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  1. digger50 says:

    I didn’t agree with the goal, but that greasy Maroon goal is something the Oilers are missing. He was good at putting those tough goals in.

  2. Ice Sage says:

    Dicky94:
    OmJo,

    At least Tampa has no ex Oilers. That will be a very tough game for this squad. I will only watch if there is a trade tonight or tomorrow. Looking forward to the world Jrs and a little break from the Oilers.

    Yep this isn’t fun anymore.
    Tampa is ‘guaranteed massacre’ night.

  3. Side says:

    OriginalPouzar: Because of the calls on Dunn and JJ?

    JJ cross-checked him in the head – deserved his punishment.

    I don’t understand.

    Khaira lands a clean hit.

    Dunn retaliates by cross checking Khaira in the side/back of the head.

    Khaira turns around and cross checks him in the head.

    Only Khaira gets 5 and the misconduct, not Dunn.

    How does this make sense?

  4. Gret99zky says:

    Remember:

    It’s not whether you win or lose but how you lay the blame.

  5. npanciroli says:

    Maybe a bit of rest and McDavid can go supernova against TB? I would mix up that top line for sure.

  6. npanciroli says:

    Side,

    He’s bigger and didn’t go down as easily probably.

  7. Zelepukin says:

    Side: I don’t understand.

    Khaira lands a clean hit.

    Dunn retaliates by cross checking Khaira in the side/back of the head.

    Khaira turns around and cross checks him in the head.

    Only Khaira gets 5 and the misconduct, not Dunn.

    How does this make sense?

    His cross-check to the head looked worse. It was a better cross-check. Dunn got 2mins.

  8. JimmyV1965 says:

    npanciroli:
    We didn’t do any favours for ourself, but this game much like the Vancouver game has the referees hands all over it.

    We didn’t lose the game to reffing. We lost the game because we went 0-5 on the PP. If we had scored on the PP right after we tied the game 1-1, the Blues would have went home quietly. Having a better PP dman might help, but this PP is way too stationary. No one is skating. Viveros must be pulling out his hair.

  9. Minister D- says:

    The bloom is saying goodbye to the rose.

  10. digger50 says:

    JimmyV1965: We didn’t lose the game to reffing. We lost the game because we went 0-5 on the PP. If we had scored on the PP right after we tied the game 1-1, the Blues would have went home quietly.Having a better PP dman might help, but this PP is way too stationary. No one is skating. Viveros must be pulling out his hair.

    No, the game winner was due to reffing.

    Poor power play was a factor, but did not turn the game, the score was still 1-1.

  11. Side says:

    Zelepukin: His cross-check to the head looked worse. It was a better cross-check. Dunn got 2mins.

    That doesn’t quite justify or explain the 5 and game vs 2 only, at all.

    One would argue the intent of sucker cross checking someone in the back/side of the head is worse than a retaliatory cross check to the head.

  12. npanciroli says:

    digger50,

    I think it changed the dynamic of the game after it went 2-1 also.

  13. Scungilli Slushy says:

    Maybe jealousy is the answer? If the Oilers got jealous that they don’t get any clean looks while the others get 6-10 clean shots off in the key, maybe they’d think about not letting that happen, or a bit less.

    Nurse is clearly having issues with nerves or something. He can’t think when he’s under pressure at the NHL level. I believe at the CHL level he was all physicality and feel, it’s not working now. He needs a lot of mentoring and needs a mentor on a lower line, sadly Benning has lost the plot. Might have to be a summer thing to sort out.

    I’m wondering why we aren’t seeing Yawney have an effect with the D. Same unusual resets, same weak plays down low with passing and coverage. Perhaps it’s the lack of practice time Hitch mentions.

    I’m also a bit concerned about the piss poor line changing rearing it’s ugly head again. Really? Common coaches.

    It’s a weird collapse, and if the loss of Klefbom and Russell do this to the team, Hook up the Blues with Talbot, Benning, Nurse and a 2nd for Parayko, 2×50 man roster spots and a first.

  14. Ice Sage says:

    npanciroli:
    Maybe a bit of rest and McDavid can go supernova against TB? I would mix up that top line for sure.

    No TB will contain him Hedman-style and destroy Oilers porous D with Stamkos, Kuch and Point. They could go 6/6 on the PP! If the Oilers can keep it within a 3 goal loss, that will be a moral victory.
    The wad is shot, that’s so so obvious. Seen this too many times with this franchise, which I love regardless, like an alcoholic relative… sigh.

  15. texmex says:

    Looch with 3g 13a in 82 games. Whooooa boy

  16. JimmyV1965 says:

    digger50: No, the game winner was due to reffing.

    Poor power play was a factor, but did not turn the game, the score was still 1-1.

    When do we stop blaming the refs? I say when we go 0-5 on the PP.

  17. Dicky94 says:

    JimmyV1965,

    I don’t even recall any shots on those five chances. Just absolute dud of a power play that hasn’t been working for two years now.

  18. Sierra says:

    JimmyV1965: When do we stop blaming the refs? I say when we go 0-5 on the PP.

    I agree. The Oilers had their PP chances and completely blew them. That’s why they lost.

  19. digger50 says:

    JimmyV1965: When do we stop blaming the refs? I say when we go 0-5 on the PP.

    I’m just nit picking Jimmy.

    Factually the poor pp did not impact the score, while the questionable goal did. I understood your point though of course.

    It’s so Oilers to lose these two games – but it’s also Oilers to beat a first place team. I like thier chances against lightning.

    Even where we sit right now is okay. Going into the season we were at a disadvantage with coach and roster. In order for the bets on wingers to pay off it was going to take time. Some surprises for sure but they are starting to emerge.

    The power play in opinion has too many tools of the same type. We need a right hander and a rammy player in front. Hitch has been taking note of course and he’s has mentioned changes to come but no practice time yet.

  20. Scungilli Slushy says:

    Sierra: I agree. The Oilers had their PP chances and completely blew them. That’s why they lost.

    Maybe we’ll see things change as it goes, but when you have coaches that can coach PP in Manny at least, and three forwards at least that should excel, what gives? Give Nuge PP 1. Let the youngsters cut their teeth on 2 until they figure it out. One minute each.

  21. jzed says:

    Copy the capitals or lightning power plays, put JP in his one timer office, Drai on the other and let Connor roam, oh and SHOOT the bloody puck

  22. Kaptain Vikarious says:

    Dicky94:
    JimmyV1965,

    I don’t even recall any shots on those five chances. Just absolute dud of a power play that hasn’t been working for two years now.

    Three shots on powerplays.

  23. jzed says:

    By the way, the December crap the bed for a week and kiss the season goodbye swoon has begun. There will be more cheap tickets available soon.

  24. drglen says:

    sigh, one of the nice things about listening to hockey games on the radio ( while you run errands and such) is that you don’t regret not actually seeing a game like this one.

  25. godot10 says:

    SK Oiler Fan: 29 isn’t helping

    McDavid could pass the puck rather than trying to go 1 on 3 all the time.

    I like Draisaitl with McDavid 4×4 and 3×3, but I don’t think Draisaitl gets enough touches of the puck playing with McDavid 5×5. I think Draisaitl needs to centre his own line. The forward group is problematic for doing that, but if its me, I build this team running them both at centre 5×5.

    At 5×5, I like Nugent-Hopkins with McDavid better. Nugent-Hopkins can create more open ice for McDavid, and allows McDavid to become a shooter, not only a passer.

    Nugent-Hopkins, McDavid, xxx (I’d like to try Zykov here)
    (Rieder), Draisaitl, Chiasson
    xxx, Khaira, Puljujarvi (Spooner or Caggiula here).
    Lucic, Brodziak, Kassian.

    Hopefully Russell is back to replace Garrison soon.

  26. Side says:

    JimmyV1965: When do we stop blaming the refs? I say when we go 0-5 on the PP.

    One can fail on the power play 5 times and the reffing can still be bad.

    Games should be decided by which team performs better, not which team is gifted goals.

    It’s kind of alarming how much impact bad calls have on determining NHL games, not just Oilers.

    I just don’t understand why people try to quell complaints about it by blaming the team for not overcoming both the other team, and the league/referees.

  27. godot10 says:

    Caller Zen:
    So is that Toronto making the call on the 2nd goal or is it the on ice refs at Rogers?

    Toronto made the call on whether the puck crossed the line (the initial call). The refs made the call on the goaltender interference challange.

    So both.

  28. Pescador says:

    Just finished the PVR, this fucking team.
    I knew they were going to lose this game when there was 7 mins to go in the Vancouver game.
    Can’t expect playoffs when you continue to shit the bed against the shitty teams in the league. Can’t PK worth shit either.
    We are 2 games into the classic Christmas 5 game losing streak.
    Que Chase mode for 2 months, minutia for the trade deadline & limp er home just in time for the excuse factory and the draft lottery.
    Can’t figure out what was more awful, the PP or the Mcblender.

  29. Pescador says:

    Pescador:
    Just finished the PVR, this fucking team.
    I knew they were going to lose this game when there was 7 mins to go in the Vancouver game.
    Can’t expect playoffs when you continue to shit the bed against the shitty teams in the league. Can’t PK worth shit either.
    We are 2 games into the classic Christmas 5 game losing streak.
    Que Chase mode for 2 months, minutia for the trade deadline & limp er home just in time for the excuse factory and the draft lottery.
    Can’t figure out what was more awful, the PP or the Mcblender.

    Garrison is like that bag of dog shit that you forgot to be buriy in the yard.

  30. JimmyV1965 says:

    Scungilli Slushy: Maybe we’ll see things change as it goes, but when you have coaches that can coach PP in Manny at least, and three forwards at least that should excel, what gives? Give Nuge PP 1. Let the youngsters cut their teeth on 2 until they figure it out. One minute each.

    I would put JJ, JP and the Drake on PP2. They’re the only guys generating anything thst resembles offence outside the big guns. Maybe with Benning and Jones. Definitely take Looch off. Please!!

  31. Pescador says:

    texmex:
    Looch with 3g 13a in 82 games. Whooooa boy

    Is that good?

  32. JimmyV1965 says:

    Side: One can fail on the power play 5 times and the reffing can still be bad.

    Games should be decided by which team performs better, not which team is gifted goals.

    It’s kind of alarming how much impact bad calls have on determining NHL games, not just Oilers.

    I just don’t understand why people try to quell complaints about it by blaming the team for not overcoming both the other team, and the league/referees.

    I’ve complained about the reffing lots. Just don’t think it’s the reason we lost tonight.

  33. Pescador says:

    Gret99zky:
    Remember:

    It’s not whether you win or lose but how you lay the blame.

    Wrong, it’s all about winning or losing.
    But since the Oil are losing, I blame Chiarelli

  34. Side says:

    JimmyV1965: I’ve complained about the reffing lots. Just don’t think it’s the reason we lost tonight.

    It’s not the reason why they lost but, it’s still a reason why they lost which is unacceptable.

    Tryin to think of the last time a call on the ice was overturned over no conclusive footage of the puck going across the line..

    And then remembering recently the Oilers had a “non-goal” that clearly did cross the line..

  35. Gerta Rauss says:

    Side: Tryin to think of the last time a call on the ice was overturned over no conclusive footage of the puck going across the line..

    The Sportsnet broadcast did show one angle that clearly showed the puck in the net. It was about 5 min after the play resumed

    I don’t like it any more than you do- I thought the whistle should have gone and Maroon and Perron (I think) were pushing Talbot into the net- but there was a replay that showed the puck across the line

  36. OriginalPouzar says:

    Ice Sage:
    Poor Hitch.Discovering the whackamole dysfunction that is the Oilers – fix the defensive regimen, the goaltending, the discipline, make a few astute line changes, win a few… then the ugly special teams and face-off incompetence sink you for two games and suck all the momentum away.
    He seems to have lost Drai, too – a worrisome sign if I recall Hitch’s punitive tendencies.
    Good time for a break (although all the competing teams will gain ground).
    2019 is a good draft year.

    Drai has had two sub-par games but, right before these last two games, he was on a 6 game heater where he was among the scoring leaders in the NHL at apx 2 points/game and driving the line every bit as much as McDavid.

    Hitch hasn’t “lost Drai” – Hitch has been playing Drai too many minutes (and on the PK, minutes which Hitch himself has expressed are tougher than all other minutes lead to the requirement for reduced overall minutes).

    Drai still struggles with inconsistency, however, a couple tough games here or there are to be expected when he’s playing 25 minutes per game including the PK.

  37. OriginalPouzar says:

    Side: I don’t understand.

    Khaira lands a clean hit.

    Dunn retaliates by cross checking Khaira in the side/back of the head.

    Khaira turns around and cross checks him in the head.

    Only Khaira gets 5 and the misconduct, not Dunn.

    How does this make sense?

    Khaira’s cross-check was much more violent and dangerous – I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t get a game.

  38. OriginalPouzar says:

    The team goes 9-2-2 after a coaching change – in a playoff position with a few point cushion – there is cautious optimism.

    A couple tough losses at the end of 17 games in a month stretch and the theme is “not going to watch until a trade is made” or “won’t watch the guaranteed loss on the weekend and look forward to the break”.

    Never change Oil Country.

  39. OriginalPouzar says:

    godot10: McDavid could pass the puck rather than trying to go 1 on 3 all the time.

    I like Draisaitl with McDavid 4×4 and 3×3, but I don’t think Draisaitl gets enough touches of the puck playing with McDavid 5×5.I think Draisaitl needs to centre his own line. The forward group is problematic for doing that, but if its me, I build this team running them both at centre 5×5.

    At 5×5, I likeNugent-Hopkins with McDavid better.Nugent-Hopkins can create more open ice for McDavid, and allows McDavid to become a shooter, not only a passer.

    Nugent-Hopkins, McDavid, xxx (I’d like to try Zykov here)
    (Rieder), Draisaitl, Chiasson
    xxx, Khaira, Puljujarvi(Spooner or Caggiula here).
    Lucic, Brodziak, Kassian.

    Hopefully Russell is back to replace Garrison soon.

    The Chiasson to the top line was (and remains) a head-scratcher.

    Chiasson was producing away from McDavid and, correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t that the main goal, to get production when McDavid is off the ice?

    Because Chiasson was producing, Hitch wanted to get him more minutes and put him on McDavid’s line.

    The line instantly went cold for with zero even strength goals for a number of games prior to a recent heater (which really was just McDavid and Drai).

    The numbers show that the line really hasn’t been working – all negative possession numbers notwithstanding a positive goal share.

    On the other hand, Drai and Chiasson away from McDavid have solid obsession numbers and a 80% plus goal share.

    Drai and Chiasson away from McDavid should be a no-brainer.

  40. russ99 says:

    godot10,

    If you move Nuge back up to the first line LW we lose a lot of defense, and he’s still putting the puck in the net on the second line. Drai with lesser wingers is a more frustated and less productive Drai. So we only get a marginal bump with Nuge on the first line and lose a lot at both ends of the ice on the second line.

    I only do that if we acquire a scoring winger. I prefer Chiasson with Nuge and Caggiula at 1LW. Forcing two RW on the first line is more of a problem than Drai on the first line. Leave Puljujarvi and Khaira together, we don’t have to sacrifice top 6 offense to develop JP, and any scoring from the bottom 6 would be nice.

    Besides, we’re not going to see a offense only rush line like we saw with McLellan under Hitch.

    IMO the reasons for this bump are twofold. Missing two top 4 defensemen, and the league is adapting to Hitch’s new systems, we’ll see if we can adapt as well.

  41. Dustylegnd says:

    OriginalPouzar:
    The team goes 9-2-2 after a coaching change – in a playoff position with a few point cushion – there is cautious optimism.

    A couple tough losses at the end of 17 games in a month stretch and the theme is “not going to watch until a trade is made” or “won’t watch the guaranteed loss on the weekend and look forward to the break”.

    Top D man injured, alleged #4 D man injured, Connor, Drai and Nurse all have been overplayed and look extremely tired….very tired…..Hitch needs a different plan re: Connor’s ice time……played the hsit out of him top get the team back in the hunt…..but our scoring depth is appauling

    Never change Oil Country.

  42. CallighenMan says:

    OriginalPouzar: Because of the calls on Dunn and JJ?

    JJ cross-checked him in the head – deserved his punishment.

    The head crosscheck went BOTH ways, but of course it is the Oiler that gets 5 …. NHL

  43. Side says:

    OriginalPouzar: Khaira’s cross-check was much more violent and dangerous – I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t get a game.

    I have no clue how you see it this way.

  44. Side says:

    Gerta Rauss: The Sportsnet broadcast did show one angle that clearly showed the puck in the net. It was about 5 min after the play resumed

    I don’t like it any more than you do- I thought the whistle should have gone and Maroon and Perron (I think) were pushing Talbot into the net- but there was a replay that showed the puck across the line

    How clear was it?

    Cause again, I recall multiple angles of that Oilers goal that showed it was in, but that was called back..

  45. hags9k says:

    That was such a weird goal. I actually thought I saw it go in live, and immediately looked for the Blues players’ reactions, and they were pointing so I thought it was in initially. Then there was no sign of the puck in any replay until the very last one they showed, which was from a similar perspective than the regular camera, and you could see the puck dragged back under his pad, and across the line, down by his left ankle.

    And then the interference challenge also could have gone either way.

    Possibly the greasiest goal I’ve ever seen. Kudos to Maroon, I miss that guy.

  46. CrazyCoach says:

    OriginalPouzar: Khaira’s cross-check was much more violent and dangerous – I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t get a game.

    Both were fairly violent in nature. There was a clear intent on both parties to inflict damage after the original hit. The case could be made for both of them to get 5. Hits to the head area are something that should been taken very seriously.

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