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richcon Linguica Since: 2.1.02 From: Victoria, BC, Canada Since last post: 2038 days Last activity: 1928 days # 1 Posted on 17.11.03 1757.48 As reported on tsn.ca, the Oilers have signed Adam Oates to a one year contract. If Oates can still play at top form, him on a line with Ryan Smyth could be very interesting. Even if Oates is completely out of shape, he's still one of the top 3 faceoff men in the game. Edited for grammer. (edited by richcon on 18.11.03 0055) Rediscover communication. Promote this thread!
BigVitoMark Lap cheong Since: 10.8.02 From: Queen's University, Canada Since last post: 3510 days Last activity: 3420 days
ICQ: # 2 Posted on 18.11.03 0130.27 | Instant Rating: 5.10 Oates played pretty well for a man his age in Anaheim last year. He's a good pickup, and should bring a lot to that team both in a statistical and a leadership sense. The bigger implication? I take this as a pretty sure sign that the Oilers have abandonned hope of bringing back Mike Comrie, or acquiring anything of value for his rights.
The Goon Boudin blanc Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 9 hours # 3 Posted on 18.11.03 1019.32 | Instant Rating: 8.08 Lucky Oates-he gets to play at the Heritage Classic this Saturday. Kevin Lowe has been shopping around Comrie since before the season started, I believe. Nothing worthwhile has come of it.
fuelinjected Banger Since: 12.10.02 From: Canada Since last post: 3394 days Last activity: 3394 days # 4 Posted on 18.11.03 1226.12 | Instant Rating: 5.15
Originally posted by The Goon Lucky Oates-he gets to play at the Heritage Classic this Saturday. Kevin Lowe has been shopping around Comrie since before the season started, I believe. Nothing worthwhile has come of it. He gets to be there but MARK MESSIER is the playing *IN* the Heritage Classic Game. Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, back together again! The Habs tried to get Patrick Roy as a ringer but he's busy.
There's a bit of a difference, as the NHL isn't publicly traded (IIRC, neither was the WWE at the time) and operates as a consensus of crazy millionaires & billionaires owning teams.
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