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14 Edmonton Oilers An improved power play is a must for this team, and it looks like a rookie will lead them
Toward the end of training camp the Oilers traveled 190 miles west to the Canadian Rockies, where they spent four days biking to the rink for morning skates ...
Edmonton's Rx For D
As the Oilers battle the Flyers for the Stanley Cup, defenseman Randy Gregg, the NHL's only M.D., has the right medicine
But Edmonton Isn't A One-Man Band
All right, Swift, you have some good points there, but you're forgetting something very important. If the Edmonton Oilers proved one thing in their ...
STILL DOING JUST GREAT
A stanley cup that had been marked down for easy sale was rescued from the bargain basement last Thursday night by the Edmonton Oilers.
Look Who Came To The Rescue
Wayne Gretzky led Edmonton to two victories after Philly had won Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals
Killing Them Softly Soft goals can do more than demoralize a team. They can change the course of a game--or a Stanley Cup series
Soft goals, as they are known in the blunt lexicon ofthe NHL, had prevented Toronto from ... Edmonton Oilers defenseman Steve Smith banked past Grant Fuhr,
The Greatest, And Howe!
Wayne Gretzky is close to surpassing Gordie Howe as the NHL's alltime goal scorer
Why Is Game 7 So Rare?
The Avalanche-Devils series was only the fourth Stanley Cupfinal in the postexpansion era ... Edmonton Oilers won five championships in seven years (' 84-90).
MOMENTS OF PURE DELIGHT
(Taking the celebration to the people, however, can go a little too far, as when one of the Edmonton Oilers put the hallowed Stanley Cup on ...
MAKING A STATEMENT THE OILERS TALKED TOUGH, BUT THE STEELERS, LED BY JEROME BETTIS, HAD THE LAST WORD
He had spent three hours scattering bodies for one of the hottest running backs in pro football, and now Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Tim Lester ...