Discussion in 'Edmonton Oilers' started by Bryanbryoil, Jan 24, 2019.
Those are almost Shremp numbers.
Since when did we get an import player from India?
Once they get Malone back, Spooner will likely drop down. Ideally Pulju would join him. Though I do think Spooner gets another shot in Edmonton. Still...
Not bad. While you can say you'd like Yams and Pulju in the top 6, I'd rather not disturb the chemistry that's gotten the team this far.
Plus with the AHL schedule basically being 3 games in 3 nights, it makes more sense to have any one of three different lines able to take over a game, vs. the traditional 1st/2nd/3rd line set up.
Spooner is playing good there though.
Can Puljujarvi be sent down without waivers? Will he fumble the puck down there too? And fall down like Bambi?
He is, but at a 3mil pricetag, and with his track record in the NHL, he'd be far more valuable in the NHL and providing secondary offence for the Oil (assuming he re-discovers his game).
My ideal for next year would be Brodziak centring a defensive 4th line, RNH taking on a bit of a Bergeron like role, playing with a defensive running mate (think like Silverberg), and the 3rd line being a softer minutes offensive unit with Khaira, Spooner, and Pulju.
What is the rule, is it only so many times you can be sent down?
how is lagesson playing? do you guys think he will be a nhler one day?
nice to see Bako on fire
don't bring anyone one of them up here though, the situation in Edmonton is toxic and let's develop them correctly for once
I just wish Pulju would go down
23 NHL games remaining - so I'm wrong
Jesse Puljujärvi Waivers Calculator - CapFriendly - NHL Salary Caps
They may as well send him down for the rest of the season, but looks like they are running out of time on him regardless. I suspect he'll be traded.
I picked him for next Oiler GM.
I'd say Lagesson is a dark horse for making the NHL on a permanent basis given the other guys we have bubbling under, but he's certainly driving his stock up with the way he's played this year and has pro habits and brings a style that some coaches are really drawn to. I'm sure he'll get a few NHL cups of coffee, but him playing a significant number of NHL games like say 200 or more, isn't something I'm ready to call either way.
Very tempting, do they archive games as NHL gamecentre, so that us poor Euros can watch it the next day?
Wish I could watch the Condors instead of the Oilers.
Nice to see Bakersfield working hard and winning games..
Anybody know if these games are archived?
I wont be able to watch the game Wednesday but was hoping to watch the next day.
According to the AHL website: "AHLTV subscriptions, which include live and archived games, will begin at just $79.99 (US) for the entire 2018-19 regular season."
There's a mid-season price drop and cost depends on package selected.
It says games available live and on demand, so I guess so. I'll get the package in the next days and let you know
.... and confirm games are archived. Watching bits of Saturday's game right now.
Yeah...I bought a monthly package for $19.99 US. It included 13 games so pretty good value.
Just wasnt sure about the archived option.
Will give it a go and report back.
If we were smart and decided to sell at the deadline, we should add some expiring dump contracts from playoff teams for picks (4th-7th round) and send down Puljujarvi and Malone for the Bakersfield playoff push.
Didn't even realize that Starrett was now leading the league in GAA.
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