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Draiskull 12-31-2012 12:24 PM

Rank Oiler awesomness 1-10
 
Rank the individual performances based on what made you smile the most.

- Hemsky's 14G, 32pts in 27GP with Prabudice
- RNH WJHC tournament leading 11pts in 4GP
- Hall shaking of the rust and rising up into top 10 in AHL scoring
- Dubnyk outshining Schneider and Bernier and looking solid at Spengler
- Smyth producing despite playing on big ice and a big layoff
- Gagner at Spengler
- Schultz dominating AHL
- Eberle dominating AHL
- RNHs play in AHL
- Yakupov 10G 18pts in 22 KHL games

Draiskull 12-31-2012 12:36 PM

1. Schultz
2. Dubnyk - expected him to not be good at all .. put my mind to rest and hopefully stops fans from making Bernier\Luongo proposals
3. Ebs - just awesome the way he keeps on scoring
4. RNH AHL - he was as good as Ebs when here
5. Hall
6. RNH WJHC - expected him to be good but hes been great
7. Hemsky in Euro .. him staying healthy alone was good news
8. Smyth - after the first game making
9. Yakupov - great stats playing against men
10. Gagner.. Why did I make this an option? He was on the first line all tourney and did get a couple points in the final

lCensored 12-31-2012 01:02 PM

1. Schultz
2. Hall
3. Dubnyk
4. Ebs
5. RNH (WJC)
6. Yakupov
7. RNH (AHL)
8. Hemsky
9. Gagner
10. Smyth

T-Funk 12-31-2012 01:44 PM

Schultz
Eberle
Dubnyk
RNH AHL
Yakupov
RNH WJC
Hall
Hemsky
Smyth
Gagner

ohheyhemsky 12-31-2012 03:49 PM

1. Hemsky
7. Who cares

lakai17 12-31-2012 04:19 PM

1. Schultz - I can't say enough, look at the rebuild with him in the lineup now, really solidified the team.

2. Hall - get back on the wagon.

3. Dubnyk - still going under the radar.

4. Yakupov - soo young and raw.

5. Eberle - we wouldn't expect anything less.

6. RNH- proving why he is a #1 pick with his flawless talent/hockey i.q.

7. Hemsky - we'll see how healthy he becomes in a more physical league once again but at least he has some finishers to feed his passes to now a days. He is in his prime today, bring back the hype.

8. Gagner - he has talent on his wings now a days in Edmonton, watch out.

jumptheshark 01-01-2013 05:27 AM

none of this is happening in the NHL

seen too many OUTSIDE nhl talent go bust when it came to the NHL game. Just happy that we have so many players that look to have talent

BOLD MacT Trade 01-01-2013 06:06 AM

Schultz
Eberle
RNH
Hall
Dubnyk
Hemsky
Yakupov
Smyth
Gagner
Klefbom(if he wasn't hurt he would be on all lists)

thadd 01-01-2013 07:16 AM

#1: Schultz. Finally we've got our Paul Coffee Cone back. Sure he doesn't skate as fast as Coffee, but he's damn smart with that puck and we're going to have tons of time to enjoy tons of really pretty plays from him and the kids.

#2: Horcoff: Another year of his contract off of the books. Technically, we can waive him after this season when his NMC expires and then we can...

#3: Hall is looking solid and fully recovered... so maybe we can make him the captain at the beginning of next season?

#4: Dubby getting the starting job in the Spengler cup.

#5 Yakupov lighting up the KHL.

#6: Eberle dominating the AHL.

#7: Omark bringing his value up a bit.

#8: Gagner and Smyth playing well at the Spengler.

#9: Marincin looking really good in the AHL

#10: Magnus showing his grit to his game.

Blacktape 01-01-2013 01:02 PM

Eberle
Schultz
Hall
RNH
Hemsky
Yakupov
Hartikainen
Dubnyk
Smyth
Gagner

Mr Forever 01-01-2013 01:50 PM

Hartikainen should be an option on this list.

His play has proved he's a core piece moving forward and that he belongs in the NHL.

Blacktape 01-01-2013 02:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr Forever (Post 56985151)
Hartikainen should be an option on this list.

His play has proved he's a core piece moving forward and that he belongs in the NHL.

With the improvements Lander is making, it won't be long before many would consider him as well (if he could just start scoring some goals)

Lowe in Oil 01-01-2013 04:02 PM

1- Schultz dominating AHL
2- Eberle dominating AHL
3- Hall shaking of the rust and rising up into top 10 in AHL scoring
4- Hemsky's 14G, 32pts in 27GP with Prabudice
5- Yakupov 10G 18pts in 22 KHL games
6- Dubnyk outshining Schneider and Bernier and looking solid at Spengler
7- RNH WJHC tournament leading 11pts in 4GP
8- RNHs play in AHL
9- Smyth producing despite playing on big ice and a big layoff
10- Gagner at Spengler

lakai17 01-01-2013 04:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr Forever (Post 56985151)
Hartikainen should be an option on this list.

His play has proved he's a core piece moving forward and that he belongs in the NHL.

lets add Petrell, Rieder, Zharkov and Musil then.

Draiskull 01-01-2013 04:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr Forever (Post 56985151)
Hartikainen should be an option on this list.

His play has proved he's a core piece moving forward and that he belongs in the NHL.

nah... This was pretty much expected of him.. He proved he was NHL ready 2 yrs ago.. PPG pace at AHL level is where most expected him to be..

I guess we could've added Omark on the list since he is among league leaders wherever he is playing.. Awesomness worthy ..

Marincin had a good start but has been a healthy scratch and is very inconsistent.
Same with Reider and Petrell..

Draiskull 01-01-2013 04:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jumptheshark (Post 56981233)
none of this is happening in the NHL

seen too many OUTSIDE nhl talent go bust when it came to the NHL game. Just happy that we have so many players that look to have talent

umm yeh that's because NHL is locked out ... This thread is about Oiler players trolling\dominating other leagues\tournaments in 2012-2013..

oilersfan87 01-01-2013 06:25 PM

1. Schultz
2. Eberle
3. Hall
4. Dubnyk
5. RNH (WJC)
6. Yakupov
7. Hemsky
8. RNH (AHL)
9. Smyth
10. Gagner

5 14 6 1 01-02-2013 04:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Petro Points (Post 56963237)
Rank the individual performances based on what made you smile the most.

Hemsky's 14G, 32pts in 27GP with Prabudice
- RNH WJHC tournament leading 11pts in 4GP
- Hall shaking of the rust and rising up into top 10 in AHL scoring
- Dubnyk outshining Schneider and Bernier and looking solid at Spengler
- Smyth producing despite playing on big ice and a big layoff
- Gagner at Spengler
- Schultz dominating AHL
- Eberle dominating AHL
- RNHs play in AHL
- Yakupov 10G 18pts in 22 KHL games

1. Schultz in AHL
2. Hall top 10 (post surgery)
3. RNH WJC (Nationwide exposure is good for the kid)
4. Eberle in AHL
5. Dubnyk at Spengler
6. Yakupov in KHL
7. Hemsky (Very good to see him healthy for an extended period and produce well)
8. RNH in AHL (PPG, pretty good but nothing wild)
9. Gagner at Spengler


10. Smyth idgaf about him anymore. lol

judge301 01-02-2013 05:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ohheyhemsky (Post 56969213)
1. Hemsky
7. Who cares

A little man love???

UnrefinedCrude 01-02-2013 12:38 PM

Might be worth pointing out that Hall is actually top 5 now, despite his late start, and his early rust.

I don't really want to rank them, because there would be a lot of ties in my mind.

that said the fact that the players we need to be good are playing so good is encouraging.

Dubnyk seizing the starting job at the Spengler, and then having a great tourney is an off season highlight for me.

Between that and Schultz, it would seem some of our major question marks are a little smaller.

lakai17 01-02-2013 12:48 PM

The lockout is a blessing for the young guns development.

lCensored 01-02-2013 12:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lakai17 (Post 57014643)
The lockout is a blessing for the young guns development.

It really is. Although I wish it would end now so everyone could come back from overseas and everywhere else and begin developing as a team.

Turrican* 01-02-2013 01:58 PM

Hall is top 5 now.

Crazy how he rocketed in the scorers standings.

nabob 01-02-2013 02:24 PM

Smyth showing that he still has something in the tank is a big positive. The Oilers will need his vet presence and secondary scoring.

Mcnofool6110 01-02-2013 02:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Petro Points (Post 56963237)
Rank the individual performances based on what made you smile the most.

- Hemsky's 14G, 32pts in 27GP with Prabudice
- RNH WJHC tournament leading 11pts in 4GP
- Hall shaking of the rust and rising up into top 10 in AHL scoring
- Dubnyk outshining Schneider and Bernier and looking solid at Spengler
- Smyth producing despite playing on big ice and a big layoff
- Gagner at Spengler
- Schultz dominating AHL
- Eberle dominating AHL
- RNHs play in AHL
- Yakupov 10G 18pts in 22 KHL games

Schultz
Ebs
Hemsky
RNH (WJC)
Yakupov
Hall
Smyth
RNH
Dubnyk
Gagner

Quote:

Originally Posted by Leman Russ (Post 57016931)
Hall is top 5 now.

Crazy how he rocketed in the scorers standings.

Good! We can trade him for Sequin while his value is high. :sarcasm:


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