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Hot Clicks: Oilers cheerleaders; Nate Robinson falls while celebrating

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Big hockey news coming from up north. The Oilers Octane cheerleading group made their debut on Tuesday, becoming the first Canadian cheer team in NHL history. Judging by this photo from Tuesday's game, it might take some time for the Edmonton fans to get used to having attractive women perform in front of them.
Any Volunteers?
The Vikings, who will play this Sunday at the University of Minnesota's home stadium thanks to the Metrodome roof collapse, are asking for people to help shovel snow.
Stick To A High Five
In case you missed the scene after Paul Pierce hit the game-winning shot against the Knicks last night, here's his teammate, Nate Robinson, almost killing himself while celebrating.
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Sports Video Of The Day
Earlier this week, the Annapolis Area Christian School boys basketball team won a game on a full-court heave. Later in the week, they lost a game the same way.

Movie Trailer Of The Day
If you've ever played Mario Brothers, check this out.

Marisa Miller Video Of The Day
Marisa Miller is currently part of a charity campaign to fight against skin cancer. I was asked to feature this promotional photo of Miller, and since it's for charity, I couldn't turn down the request. And as a bonus, I'm including the video below sent in by Thomas P., of Centennial, Col.

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