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Oil On Whyte's Weekend Link Extravaganza

Some of the past week’s links from around the ‘sphere and beyond…

Bill Scott on Inside Sports; Hints at Nugent-Hopkins In OKC:   Should the NHL careen towards a lockout, seeing RNH in OKC could become a very real possibility.  Check out Neal’s new Barons-exclusive place on the web called ‘Tend The Farm’ while you’re there.

Copper and Blue (Ryan Batty) – Taylor Hall Agrees To A Seven Year Extension:  Steve Tambellini does good work here.  You should be happy.  If you’re not, what makes you happy?

Black Dog Hates Skunks – A Very Good Day:  Another reaction about the Taylor Hall signing, this one from Black Dog Pat

The Oil Patch (Lisa McRitchie / Kukla’s Korner) – No Leg Infection for Yakupov:  A story swirled the Internet about Nail Yakupov falling off a treadmill and suffering a leg infection.  This later turned out to be less than 100% verifiable.

OilersNation (Lowetide) – The Courage For the Changing of the Guard:  Should Shawn Horcoff pull a Lee Fogolin and give up the C?

Oiler Players and 80-90 Points (Oil Acumen) – 80 points is a big number.  Is it reasonable to expect anyone on the current crop of Oilers to be able to put that kind of number up?

Will Colten Teubert lock down an NHL Job?  If so, when?  (Jonathan Willis / Cult of Hockey)  The Journal’s Jonathan Willis looks at the key component of the Dustin Penner trade.

Here’s an interesting conversation that popped up yesterday between @iBRYca and Oiler winger Ryan Jones.  A worthwhile read, no matter what side of the lockout aisle you stand on.

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