Discussion in 'NHL Hockey Forum' started by dash, Jan 11, 2013.
Will this do?
Duh. How the hell did I miss that? Yeesh. Of course.
In other news...
Vancouver penthouse owned by Daryl Katz listed at $38 million
"Listing agent Malcolm Hasman declined to comment."
WTF? media asks you about a $40m listing and you don't jump into the pitch?
I thought they had removed Klown from hockey ops in Edmonton...
“And look, good ownerships are the ones that just allow their hockey operations people to do their jobs. And I suspect that’s what Daryl Katz and the Edmonton owners are going to continue to do. They’re top-heavy. They’ve got Bob Nicholson, who oversees not only hockey operations, but the project that is the Edmonton Oilers little business platform as well – but heavily involved in hockey. Wayne Gretzky is always hovering about. Kevin Lowe is still involved in hockey operations and again, the bigger dynamic of the whole Oilers entity."
McKenzie And Dreger Ponder Next Moves For Oilers
Seabrook and Jurco for Lucic and a conditional 4th rounder. Make it happen Chia.
On another note, how come every time I see Gretzky these days, he looks three sheets to the wind?!? Is he sampling some of his own product?
Needs more Eberle.
for when its a whisky night
About two weeks away from the one year anniversary of this Spector article - With the Flames moving nine points ahead of the Oilers, it seems an appropriate time to revisit it:
The Oilers moved nine points ahead of the Flames in the standings and will not be caught by their rivals this season. In the bigger picture, Edmonton is where Calgary was supposed to be by now, well on their way to being a top-10 National Hockey League team with an long and bright future.
Calgary has been the better franchise for many years. They are not anymore, and are firmly in the chase position from this point forward
Bathrooms finally overloaded I see.
Comments section is quite good
Isn't this the same guy who recently cleared waivers?
Kind of tough trading a guy on his birthday, isn't it?
21st birthday in Las Vegas - what can go wrong?
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