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 Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446638]
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Does the Review thread always come up with 5 minutes left? This one has been over a lot longer than that, but even the 'bot knows it's bad!


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What an awful performance.

Stupid penalties by players that should know better... way to lead by example there Ethan and Sheldon!!!!

Terrible stick-skills... way to go Horcoff!!! (Maybe the most useless player on the team right now; doesn't do anything)

Just an awful game plan, implemented or not... thanks coaching staff!!!!

What a brutal reminder of how amateur this team still is. I love how it was Conklin that provided the SHUTOUT as well!!!! What a brutal, brutal overall package.

[Updated on: Tue, 18 November 2008 12:44]


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446647 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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Is it over yet? faint


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446650 is a reply to message #446647 ]
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It won't be over until MacT gets his pink slip.

Maybe Katz has a few spares laying around, one for Lowe maybe...



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Conker gets the shutout and the Oilers got dominated. I wonder if MacT is going to tear another one of his players up in order to distract people from the lousy job he is doing.


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446655 is a reply to message #446647 ]
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And another nail in the Mac coffin. No show against the class of the NHL. Especially after all that happened in the last couple days. Conks with an EASY shutout.

Lowe/Tambo, your move.



In fairness to Hall, I've wanted to throw a waterbottle at Eakins all season.
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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446651 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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How's that for a low point, shut out by Conklin...


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446654 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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The commontators sickened me

EDIT: the Wings ones that I am stuck watching

[Updated on: Mon, 17 November 2008 20:07]


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446892 is a reply to message #446654 ]
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Ummmm... the Wings commentators brought to the fore a lot of systematic failures that plague the Oilers.

We should have a FAR better PP than we do. I would say that 80% of our shots on goal, while on the PP, come from Souray. I know that the guy has a bomb of a shot, but ughhhhhh... you see it coming from a mile away... check that... 1000 miles away. No puck movement = no challenge for the defenders. Whomever is handling the special teams this year is really doing a bang-up job.

Way to go!!!!



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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446898 is a reply to message #446892 ]
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HamBlaster wrote on Tue, 18 November 2008 15:47

Ummmm... the Wings commentators brought to the fore a lot of systematic failures that plague the Oilers.

We should have a FAR better PP than we do. I would say that 80% of our shots on goal, while on the PP, come from Souray. I know that the guy has a bomb of a shot, but ughhhhhh... you see it coming from a mile away... check that... 1000 miles away. No puck movement = no challenge for the defenders. Whomever is handling the special teams this year is really doing a bang-up job.

Way to go!!!!


Have you watched the Oilers the last 8 years? It's been the same strategy the whole time. Before Souray it was Stoll. Before him Pronger. Before him York, etc...get the puck to the point for the blast. That's all this team has done on the PP for almost a decade FFS. We as amateurs of the game see this as plain as day. How hard to you think it is for professionals (opposing coaches and players) to see/scout this? I mean come on.

And IF you are going to be taking shots from the point - would getting them on the net be that hard? I suck at hockey - I can shoot the puck ON goal from the blue line. Not as hard obviously, but I also don't make $6M/year and don't practice every day.



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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446658 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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Here's to hoping Tambellini makes sure that Katz is in the room when he breaks the news to Lowe that he thinks the Oilers need a coaching change. Lowe might pull some Tony Soprano stuff if Tambellini tells him in private.


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446661 is a reply to message #446658 ]
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oobga wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:02

Here's to hoping Tambellini makes sure that Katz is in the room when he breaks the news to Lowe that he thinks the Oilers need a coaching change. Lowe might pull some Tony Soprano stuff if Tambellini tells him in private.


Let's hope that Katz tells Lowe he needs a coaching change, and Tambo smiles quietly to himself.




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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446670 is a reply to message #446661 ]
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Obvious the players have tuned out MacT. I wouldn't be surprised if tonight's performance was response to the coach calling out one of their teammates to the press.

Players on most teams stick together and they often do not stand for a coach calling out their teammate in public because they know it could be one of them next time.

Just a matter of time now....




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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446665 is a reply to message #446658 ]
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Outshot 41-21, 0-5 on the PP. They got into town last night, should have been nice and fresh.

First five minutes the team hooligan gets taught a lesson by "Caretaker Willie".

Way to come out with a strong effort against the best team in the league.

No effort again.

Cant fire all the players.



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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446662 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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I thought after the MacT rant either the players would rally...or would jump ship, leaving Capt MacT to sink...

It's just sad the Oilers had no fight what so ever and got completely dominated....

at least show up to the arena for christ sakes!! angryfire



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Mike Brophy thinks its too early to put MacT on the hot seat. Where has he been the past decade. I guess thats what happens when you work for THN for all those years.



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JTC 13 wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:09


Mike Brophy thinks its too early to put MacT on the hot seat. Where has he been the past decade. I guess thats what happens when you work for THN for all those years.


Yeah, what a tool. He goes on and on about how goal tending had nothing to do with this loss, and then goes on about how our 3 goaltender situation is a bigger problem than the coaching. EHH???



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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446664 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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I wonder what the top five picks for the draft are like? I sure hope it's a good draft year.

On a side note, say what we want about Roloson, even though his days are numbered this guy has the most heart on this team imo.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10]


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Agreed.


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 Re: Review: Edmonton @ Detroit (Game #18) [message #446668 is a reply to message #446638 ]
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Not sure why this game made me so mad, I did not expect much more than what I saw.

We are not a good hockey team right now. There is so much wrong, i am not even wanting to get into it. Basically though, this team has no chemistry in any part of the rink.

We stink, and I am sick of watching this crap.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11]


Horcoff and MacIntyre rule.

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Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......


dkb19 wrote on Mon, 20 July 2009 13:05 (re: Horcoff)

He's like a mastercard comercial, alot of what he does is priceless.

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Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?



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Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



Horcoff and MacIntyre rule.

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oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 21:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



Thank goodness it wasn't our number one center.



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Anyone else think its funny that MacT scratched our plus/minus leader in Dustin Penner against an offensive powerhouse team. And by funny I mean sad.


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...maybe the team would buck up again like it did last year.

Where are the Horcoff boosters now? There used to be FLOCKS of them around here! I used to be outnumbered....

All those 'Horcoff is a PPG player' posts. Garbage.

Losing Pisani is not ideal.

Brule Era should begin...



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oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 19:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



I agree with your sarcasm. I see this as a chance to give Brule a shot at playing with the big club.



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oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 22:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



I think that it was a trip. maybe smid could be used as a forward when ready, otherwos Boulrice seems like the only other option.



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Time to dress Penner and Brule for Pisani and Stortini.

Once again, what did Stortini do today? Is he one of the most useless players ever to wear the Oil silks? Once again, Mac T is in love with 4th line pluggers who offer NOTHING to the team.



dkb19 wrote on Mon, 20 July 2009 13:05 (re: Horcoff)

He's like a mastercard comercial, alot of what he does is priceless.

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Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:20

Time to dress Penner and Brule for Pisani and Stortini.

Once again, what did Stortini do today? Is he one of the most useless players ever to wear the Oil silks? Once again, Mac T is in love with 4th line pluggers who offer NOTHING to the team.


He got beaten by one of the oldest players in the league in McCarty, last year Owen Nolan. That's brutal.



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oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



Or maybe his heart. Coming back from what he faced means his heart is beyond question. The only guy on the team we can say that about.



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Yah... but what is he really bringing to this team right now.

He's not a very good skater, he rarely ever gets any offensive opportunities, and when he does, he never pots the biscuit... and our PK stinks. Again, I ask you, what exactly has Fernando brought to the team this year?

I admire the guy for dealing with some adversity... however how many of us deal with adversity??? LOTS!



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oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 19:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



We are going to miss his PKing abilities, like that isn't a problem already. It's not the worst that could happen though. Brule or Schremp will get a call up. Hope Pisani is back in time for the playoffs.



Clean house or bust

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smyth260 wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:31

oilerinvan wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 19:12

Oil Tycoon wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:11

Regulator wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:10

Pisani broken ankle, out 3-4 months......

And the injury bug strikes once again.
That sucks really. Hasn't he been through enough already?


We're really going to miss his deft hands and offensive abilities.



We are going to miss his PKing abilities, like that isn't a problem already. It's not the worst that could happen though. Brule or Schremp will get a call up. Hope Pisani is back in time for the playoffs.

I don't get the Pisani hate by some people (not you, obviously). The guy shows up every night, works his ass off and probably has more heart than 95% of the other players on that team combined. If our first line played with half as much effort as Pisani did I'd be happy.

I don't mind calling out players who are being selfish, lazy turds, but seriously, let's pick our targets a little better.



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Do you think Pisani is going to be traded, for I highly doubt the team he is on are going to be in the nhl playoffs.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 November 2008 20:38]


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Watching this game tonight reminded me of the parity in the NHL in the mid 80's. This was a typical game of that era. The Oilers and Flyers were the point leaders with a handful of other powerful clubs. Many lopsided games. When a teams B games are enough to beat the opponents with ease.

The score was not indicative of the dominance tonight.

Too bad about "Flash in the Pisani"



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Brady Schenn? Evander Kane? Hell how about Tavares? See we have things to cheer about. icon_biggrin


CrusaderPi wrote on Tue, 12 February 2008 14:57

I'm just going to say it, this Longcat fellow is quite possibly the best poster on Oilfans.

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Longcat wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:20

Brady Schenn? Evander Kane? Hell how about Tavares? See we have things to cheer about. icon_biggrin


Evander Kane is the greatest name I've ever heard. It's so great, I thought it was made up.

It's like Evander Holyfield + Patrick Kane.



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skoobz2001 wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 22:22

Longcat wrote on Mon, 17 November 2008 20:20

Brady Schenn? Evander Kane? Hell how about Tavares? See we have things to cheer about. icon_biggrin


Evander Kane is the greatest name I've ever heard. It's so great, I thought it was made up.

It's like Evander Holyfield + Patrick Kane.


If schenn is as good as his brother then take him if available



"Third? Not third in the West, either? Overall? I think that... well. marijuana's legal in some areas." Whitney on Oilers being ranked #3 by SI

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