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10-16-2012, 04:19 PM
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2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 1



2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 2



2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 3



2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 4



2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 5



2006 Playoffs: Round 1, Game 6



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10-29-2012, 03:54 PM
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2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 1



2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 2



2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 3



2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 4



2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 5



2006 Playoffs: Round 2, Game 6



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10-31-2012, 09:45 PM
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Re-watched boys on the bus the other day for the 23241245145th time, it's odd watching the management team back in the role of players... But still just so damn good.

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The official Oilers site has highlights of every game from the '98 series vs. Colorado.

Weight-Guerin-Cujo era, pretty awesome. Also seeing Sakic-Forsberg in their younger days is great.

http://video.oilers.nhl.com/videocen...id=4&id=263139

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Some video on the "other" big trade, Messier to NY in 1991:


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The full game where Gretz scored his 50th in 39 games:


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Guys my youtube channel has MANY Oilers games. I have over 1,000 nhl games on disc. I have not uploaded all of them obviously lol.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnW-Y...9C3494A74E179C

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Watching these clips helps me relearn so much about some of these old players...

1) Hemsky is a magician - this is before opponents learned that he was a dangler before anything else. He was mystifying opponents with his moves, buying space on the PP, and making incredible passes. He has 100% confidence in his abilities - not afraid of any hits or anything. Awesome to watch

2) Pronger's abilities and skills are overrated by our fanbase. I mean, he's hands down the best Dman to ever play for this team, but it was more cerebral than "skill". He simply always made the right play, as simple as it was. He also never made mistakes. These are very simple concepts, but no one player really lives up to it. He reached a Lidstromian level in these playoffs. And to add to it, he was playing a ridiculous amount of minutes as well. What a player.

3) Steve Staios literally only did have one move with the puck on his stick in the defensive zone. Off the boards for the icing. No wonder we were so out-possessed and out-shot during that playoff run.

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Watching these clips helps me relearn so much about some of these old players...

1) Hemsky is a magician - this is before opponents learned that he was a dangler before anything else. He was mystifying opponents with his moves, buying space on the PP, and making incredible passes. He has 100% confidence in his abilities - not afraid of any hits or anything. Awesome to watch

2) Pronger's abilities and skills are overrated by our fanbase. I mean, he's hands down the best Dman to ever play for this team, but it was more cerebral than "skill". He simply always made the right play, as simple as it was. He also never made mistakes. These are very simple concepts, but no one player really lives up to it. He reached a Lidstromian level in these playoffs. And to add to it, he was playing a ridiculous amount of minutes as well. What a player.

3) Steve Staios literally only did have one move with the puck on his stick in the defensive zone. Off the boards for the icing. No wonder we were so out-possessed and out-shot during that playoff run.
But Coffey is the best dman to have ever played for our team.

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12-31-2013, 02:40 PM
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Yakupovs' Knee slide celebration..January 24th 2013
One of the loudest, longest goal celebrations, ever heard at Rexall Place...


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Anybody recognize the instrumental song that was played after Oilers goals during the 1990 Stanley Cup playoff run?


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8v8C3scwvg

Not an Oilers game, but it certainly is an Oiler player. This is one of my favourite hockey moments of all time.

Ugh. No ****ing idea how to properly have this show up as a youtube video. I did the youtube thing and it didn't work.

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Damn, gives me chills every time.

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For the sheer improbability, and insanity of it.

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Remember this crowd? Man alive I've forgotten how incredible our building can be.



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Well **** you, NHL. Why take down footage of games you'll never commercially release to the public? Great way to treat your fans! See if you get another dollar from me.

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