The Morning Constitutional – March 29th, 2013

An Oilers victory is part of a nutritious breakfast.

Here’s a quick peak as to what’s going on in the NHL…

Jim Matheson / Edmonton Journal – Dubnyk’s huge save turning point for Edmonton Oilers – Although Dubnyk didn’t get an assist on Ales Hemsky’s game winning goal, he turned aside a big one before Hemsky stormed up the ice.

Ryan Batty / Copper & Blue – The Problem With Wasting Pro Contracts – The Oilers have inked Travis Ewanyk to an entry level deal.  Should the Oilers be grooming a player of Ewanyk’s skill set, or should they pursue NHL ready versions of what he projects to be?

Sarah Connors / Stanley Cup Of Chowder – Bruins Still Contenders As Trade Deadline Approaches – Speculation  for the next five days on how about Oilers defenceman will likely rage hard.  I can already smell the draft pick coming back.

Andy Graziano / Eyes On Isles – Isles Take Split Decision In Rematch With Flyers – Islanders now currently tied for 8th in the East, playing relevant hockey with a month to go in the season.

Johnny Fuelner / Pens Labyrinth – Pittsburgh Gets 14th Straight Win, Malkin Returns – Iginla didn’t even play last night.  Nothing to see here, move along.

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