Really bummed about this. One of about 5/6 players that looked like he gave a **** about winning last year. It looked like his career was just getting back on track after escaping the Belanger triangle. Hopefully St. Louis makes good use of him.
Last edited by The Head Crusher: 07-10-2013 at 04:42 PM.
The look on his face after scoring a big goal against the Flames during his rookie season will be forever burned into my mind. If there are indeed hockey gods then he'll find his way back to Edmonton at some point.
He was my favorite Oiler, the guy I was pulling for the most. I'm disappointed he won't get to fulfill his potential with the Oilers. Hopefully he's a better fit in St. Louis. I'll be cheering for him there.
Hope he has a great career ahead oh him really was a classy guy. One of those true nice guys that was just happy to play the sport he loves. Hope Perron continues to be great for us but I hope Magnus as a great career as well.