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Around The 'Sphere...

One of the perks about following the Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club?  Never running out of quality material around the Internet.

After the jump, take five minutes and have a look at what I’ve found for you.  It’s like a deep roasted coffee, full of flavour and bold character.

Have some of this.

Eleven Years of Pestilence - Tyler Dellow at MC79.  Ales Hemsky is this year’s goat.  Viva la reconstruccion!

A Narrative Revisted : Hemsky 83 – Romulus’ Apothesis at Copper and Blue.  Study of the media narrative on how Hemsky got where he is today.

Swedish Oil:  really, a page you should bookmark.  Martin Lundén is the biggest Swedish Oilers fan I happen to know, he’s got plenty of insight on Edmonton’s Swedish prospects, as well as an array of other links and trinkets.  Worth the follow even if you only care for Linus Omark, but there’s much, much more.

Would The Oilers Move Sam Gagner? JeanShorts and Bagged Milk – C’mon, really?  Well, maybe.  Gagner is as hot as he’ll ever be right at this moment.  Got any defencemen in that bag of yours, David Poile?

Petry’s Progress – Lowetide takes a look at the uphill strides of Jeff Petry on the Edmonton Oilers’ blue.

Playing Linus Omark- OKC Barons Aficionado Neal! covers what could be a big fourth quarter story for Oilers fans.  Linus Omark is healthy, he’s ready to play, and he’s not going to stop until he fixes that leak in the roof of Rexall Place.

Enjoy these.  I did.  There are plenty more.  Most nights, I don’t agree with everyone that appears here.  Dissent is necessary and awesome.

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