Every single Oilers fan on earth wants the 2011 Entry Draft lottery to go their way more than anything right now. Im on the wagon for DONT TRADE HEMSKY it'd be to premature IMO and he still can help the team in the long run, now if he tells ST get me the hell outta town then so be it, but if he wants to stay here and willing to sign a 3-5 yr contract why trade him.
If they can just stay relatively healthy and can add just one decent d-man after drafting a center with the 1st pick I think a run for the playoffs is more than possible.But if they trade Hemsky for more youth, playoffs next year will be a reach. By reach do you mean impossible??Landeskog is the only forward if the draft that I see stepping in right away. Should have wrote New Jersey won the lottery but they were not in the bottom 5 in the standings. Even if RNH is our new top line center two or three years from now, we still need a second line center.
If the Oilers are in last-place again come next November, I will either gouge out my eyes with a spoon or blow up Oilers HQ with a fertilizer-filled Chevette*.Next year the plan is playoffs, my fine friend. As I often do, I did some back-of-the-napkin GM'ing to try to figure out which pieces we would need to add by Free Agency in order to look like a playoff team. All of what you say makes sense - although I do think Penner will be replaced by MPS for goals and Hartikainen for the physical presence. I think having Hall on the team will shelter Nuge a bit, not all the focus will be on him right away. Of course, look how quickly we tired of Gags when he didnt start putting up 80 pts right away.
It took nine weeks for someone among the hundreds of thousands of people who bought reams of $1 tickets in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey and Virginia to match the six numbers selected on Tuesday night. After that, the search begins for a purple Jaguar, the one thing Nancy has wanted, he said, since they married. SCOTTISH mum Gillian Bayford and her husband Adrian have been catapulted to number two on the National Lottery rich list thanks to their staggering £148 million EuroMillions win.
They sit just behind Ayrshire couple Colin and Chris Weir who scooped over £161m in the same lottery last year. Married for 30 years and with two children, the life-changing £161 million prize catapulted them into the Sunday Times Rich List above Beatle Ringo Starr and Sir Tom Jones. Psychiatric nurse Mrs Weir, 55, and Mr Weir, 64, who worked as a TV cameraman and studio manager for 23 years, have reportedly bought a fleet of cars for friends since their win as well as a mansion. Children's nurse Gillian, 40, and record seller Adrian, 41, from Haverhill, Suffolk, plan to fork out on a luxury trip to Disney World, while an Audi Q7 is also at the top of their wishlist. Adrian joked to his wife that he had not bought any tickets, before she told him to be quiet as she was trying to get their children to sleep as he celebrated the win. Dave Dawes, 47, a shift supervisor for Premier Foods, and Angela Dawes, 43, a volunteer for the British Heart Foundation, hit the EuroMillions jackpot in October last year. It was only the third time the couple, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, had played the Lottery.

Self-confessed white van man Nigel Page, 43, scooped a cool £56 million in February 2010. The skydiving enthusiast, who lived in a three-bedroom semi near Cirencester, Wiltshire, married his girlfriend Justine, 42, and moved into a mansion in the Cotswolds. One British ticket scooped the massive prize in February this year but decided not to go public. Unemployed mechanic Les Scadding, 58, and his wife Samantha Peachey-Scadding, 38, from Caerleon, South Wales, bought one of two winning tickets which shared a £90 million jackpot in November 2009. Grandfather Mr Scadding was £68 overdrawn on his bank account on the day he bought his lucky ticket and had also beaten testicular cancer. The other £45 million-winning EuroMillions ticket was bought by a syndicate of seven office workers based in Merseyside. The winners - dubbed the Magnificent Seven - were employed by Hewlett Packard to carry out IT work at a BT office in Liverpool.
Ms Carrington, 22, from Stapleford in Nottingham, banked the staggering total after matching all five numbers and two Lucky Stars in a EuroMillions draw in February this year.
The Iceland store supervisor said she planned to marry painter fiancee Matt Topham, 22, in September following the Lucky Dip win.
Mansfield husband and wife Gareth and Catherine Bull scooped the bumper prize in January this year - less than three weeks before fellow Nottinghamshire resident Cassey Carrington won £45 million.
Mr Bull, 40, a self-employed builder, said he planned to splash out on an executive box at Manchester United and a new carpet. The couple also said they planned to take their two sons, aged nine and 10, to Disneyland, Florida.
LIBBY McRAE insists meeting Mo Farah brought her luck after she scooped over A?2m in the lottery. If you have ever won a bingo jackpot or bought a winning lotto ticket, you are probably familiar with the rush and excitement of winning. But we are willing to bet not a single one amongst us would trade it for a real lottery win - like the one ol' Brad Duke here pulled in back in 2005. Back to back 40+ goal seasons, 6'2" 195'ish.Now that teams know what they have it should be an interesting 9 weeks. I'm thinking that the poor kid who comes in, unless he's a defenceman, has huge footsteps to follow in as Hall has been blazing a trail.And evermind the Seguin arguments and comparisons, we'd have the 10' draft and the 11' draft comparisons in ad nauseum.
I think the logic (still) applies in that you get a player with a year of seasoning, but now I'm thinking that RNH is > Tyler. I'd rather invest in another year of learning, hope Nugent breaks the 40-point barrier, and eat up another year of Horcoff and Khabbi's contracts to position ourselves for some big moves in summer '12.I want to win as bad as you do.
But that comment by the unnamed Oiler office person saying that he has the best vision since #99 sure has me thinking. As mentioned, at least one scout told Bob McKenzie that RNH has the best "on ice vision" he's seen since Wayne Gretzky.

Illinois lottery officials were still seeking the only other person to pick the winning numbers. Ross said he still could not believe how a simple lunch-break whim turned him into a multimillionaire.
Ross said he had hired lawyers, financial planners and real estate agents to allay some of those fears. The family will also take its first vacation in 13 years, once everyone agrees on a destination.
Ross said, would be finding time to continue servicing pools for the customers who helped him put food on the table before he became a millionaire. Well, imagine how would you feel if one day you discover you’re the lucky winner of a $656 million jackpot. Ask Larry Ross, the 47-year-old owner of a Michigan swimming pool company, who bought one of the two winning tickets in the seven-state drawing called the Big Game. That ticket was bought at a gas station in Lake Zurich, Ill., a northwest suburb of Chicago. He tried to appear composed, to ignore the beads of sweat on his brow, as he and his family stood with Gov. If drafted the pressure will not be as great because it seems than Hall & Eberle Will take a lot of the pressure. All told, the seven states sold more than 565 million $1 Big Game tickets over the nine weeks.
Ross whisked his family from their modest four-bedroom ranch-style house in Shelby Township, Mich., to a nearby hotel.
You can always move em to the wing or to another team in another deal.And make a trade for a young stud defenseman.
I know that many of the "old Oilers" used to say that being on the team years a go was great because Grets was so comfortable in the spotlight as that was all he had ever known and it allowed them to just play Hockey.
Ross and his family came out of hiding today to collect a check for half of the record $363 million prize. I found the Dubnyk comment to be in much the same vein when he realized that JDD was basically out of the running and now he could just concentrate on his game. If Hall is the nouveau Messier (or even close): it will sure be nice to watch him play with Ryan LG Nugent-Hopkins!

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