Friday Night Flow & Fights: Kris Letang

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Happy Friday, folks. We’re starting a new weekly series over here on Beauty Move called “Friday Night Flow & Fights”, and it only felt right to have our first featured dude be Pittsburgh Penguin Kris Letang. I wanted to kick the series off with someone who fell into both categories, and boy, does he ever.

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Can We Do It? Yes We (Maybe) Can!

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(photo: mine)

Tonight, the Edmonton Oilers face the Phoenix Coyotes, and I’m not saying this game is do or die, but this game is do or die.

And not just for the Oilers! Edmonton’s record, currently, is 16-16-7, with 39 points. Phoenix’s is 17-16-6, with 40. Jordan Eberle said it best today in his presser when he proclaimed that, if the Oilers want to stay in the playoff race, they “have to win every game”. (He also used the phrase “do or die”. That wasn’t just me being dramatic. )

The Oilers have been known to either thrive under this kind of pressure (see: their recent five game win streak) or completely self-destruct (see: their recent three game loss streak).

So what do you guys think? Can the Oilers pull out a win tonight over Phoenix and keep themselves in their attempt at the playoff race? Or are they going to have another penalty-taking meltdown?

I’ll be back tomorrow, after I dissect tonight’s game, with my thoughts on how this season has gone for the Oilers, and what areas I think still need improvement if they’re going to be a playoff-team, much less a contender for the Cup.

On My Way To Steal Your Players

or, 5 Players Expansion Teams Should Steal (For My Benefit As A Fan).

With the NHL realignment being finalized, everyone has noticed the space left for two potential expansion teams. Speculation is already running rampant over locations (I’ve done a little myself), but what I have yet to see anyone mention is – who is going to play for these teams?

After doing a little brainstorming, I’ve put together a list of five players that I want expansion teams to steal away from their current teams purely for my own selfish reasons as a fan.

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