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Why The Oilers Shouldn't Make Any Big Trades
Jan 28, 2014; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN; Winnipeg Jets forward Devin Setoguchi jumps as he screens Nashville Predators goalie Carter Hutton on an incoming shot during the first period at MTS Centre.
New Oilers prepared to get hands dirty next season
For offseason acquisitions, defencemen Mark Fayne and Keith Aulie and wingers Benoit Pouliot and Teddy Purcell , that reputation includes two top-30 point producers and three top-50 goal scorers from last season and three former No.
Cult of Hockey: Can Eakins get more out of Nugent-Hopkins in 2014-15?
Sam Gagner and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins showed excellent offensive instincts and had strong results in their respective rookies seasons, but neither has become a star NHL attacker.
Jackets want bridge deal with Johansen
Columbus Blue Jackets President John Davidson confirmed Friday that the team is seeking a so-called bridge deal with leading scorer Ryan Johansen.
Airdrie City View
Rocky Mountain Hockey Night coming to Airdrie in September
MP Blake Richards, left, and former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy held up a cheque showcasing how much money has been raised for victims services in the area following the fifth annual Rocky Mountain Hockey Game in Cochrane last August.
Cult of Hockey: Corsi stat may not be a fair evaluation of Schultz
Complaints about falling trees or crumbling sidewalks? Now there's an app for that.
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Edmonton Oilers A to Z: Teddy Purcell
Apr 18, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Teddy Purcell skates with the puck as Montreal Canadiens center Tomas Plekanec chases during the third period in game two of the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Tampa Bay Times Forum.
Cult of Hockey: Edmonton Oilers must consider trading Justin Schultz
Justin Schultz turns 24 today. He's a promising young defenceman with demonstrated offensive capability, and with 100-odd games under his belt it's reasonable to believe that the best is yet to come.
Eakins doesn't want Oilers to rely on 'four players to put up our points'
"We need people who can make plays, possess the puck, score goals. We don't want to be a team who relies solely on basically four players to put up our points.