So begins the Capitals’ sojourn through western Canada, home of mostly bad hockey teams. We start with the Edmonton Oilers, a team who are probably a lot better than their record seems. It’ll be a late game– puck drops after 9:30 PM, so make sure you do all your homework first.
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According to Alex Prewitt, Beagle’s back, baby. He’ll take Brooks Laich’s spot. It looks like Latta will step in for Brown as well.
Ovechkin – Backstrom – Brouwer
Johansson – Burakovsky – Beagle
Chimera – Fehr – Ward
O’Brien – Kuznetsov – Latta
Orpik – Carlson
Alzner – Niskanen
Schmidt – Green
He doesn’t tweet about hockey much anymore, but he’s still fave-ing stuff!
Want to see what #Leafs' new analytics technology looks like? Here's my video with some demo material: https://t.co/OdXCJidBZx
— Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) October 16, 2014
Just hanging out and waiting for the Oilers game to start. pic.twitter.com/5PbB1mVLyI
— blackbetty07 (@blackbetty07) October 17, 2014
Tonight’s episode of Law & Order: SVU sounds like a hoot. It’s called “Pornstar’s Requiem.” Evie Barnes answers a modeling ad hoping to make some cash for tuition, but the job quickly spirals into online pornography. When her classmates discover her double life, they cross the boundary between fiction and reality. Even though she’s not the one on trial, Evie is forced to prove her innocence in court.
I seriously had a dream Ovi got traded to the Islanders.
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