Discussion in 'Edmonton Oilers' started by Bryanbryoil, Jul 26, 2020.
McLeod with his first
Was watching this game inbetween periods of the Flames-Oil game... the first three goals were fugly garbage goals but Condors had some nice plays that didn't convert. Could have been an 8-4 game if players executed.
McLeod had a good game. I don't think any of the players down there belong on the taxi squad though. I do like Marody's game this season. He gives a sh*t.
Benson and Mcleod do belong. The rest are eww
Benson and McLeod just connected on a pretty goal to go up 1-0 in the 3rd. Everything coming up roses for the Oilers prospects this season.
I only watched 1st and 2nd during the Oilers-Flames period breaks. McLeod, Marody, and Lennstrom are my picks for best Condors so far. Tonight's stars.
Was just watching this on twitter. The heck happened to that guy around 0:14? Dude just laying there not moving as the puck heads down the ice.
The player was fine... he trudged to the bench 15-20 second after (but slowly). Quine was seriously injured (knee?) and had to be helped off the ice (partially under his own power).
It's good to see McLeod, Benson and Marody playing together and playing well. Thats a line i was hoping was going to play together this season. Kinda sucks we most likely won't be able to give these guys a cup of coffee this year.
This is interesting. Condors were down to 6 dmen with the recall of Lennstrom so I guess it makes sense for them. I don’t think the Panthers have an AHL affiliate this year either.
I had to look it up but, no, Charlotte opted out this season along with Milwaukee (Nashville and Springfield (St. Louis).
Interesting. Tullio called up to Bako:
Wouldn't be surprised if he didn’t end up having a big impact on the team. Obviously he was in a lower tier league but was playing against men and producing.
Will be interesting. Energy guy so will be interesting to see how much he plays moving up to a much higher level of competition and bigger, stronger, faster professionals. Tullio sounds like a gamer so we'll see. Personally I think the jump will be tough for him at this time/age.
He could start off as the Archibald of AHL and work his way up to being Yamamoto of AHL.
I like the player. Just skeptical/pragmatic that he is ready for the jump to AHL. He's in game shape though so ready to roll and we'll see. This is a crazy year so getting some reps at Bakersfield is a good deep end dive. We'll see what the benchmark will look like.
The Archibald comparison makes a lot of sense to me. Smaller, feisty player with a high compete level that you're likely to plug into your bottom 6 but has enough skill to occasionally compliment on a skill line.
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