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Who will lead the Edmonton Oilers in scoring this season?

Who will lead the Edmonton Oilers in scoring this season?   95 members have voted

  1. 1. Who will lead the Edmonton Oilers in scoring this season?

    • Taylor Hall
    • Jordan Eberle
    • Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
    • Nail Yakupov
    • Sam Gagner
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    • Ryan Smyth
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    • Shawn Horcoff
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    • Ales Hemsky
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    • Ryan Whitney
    • Justin Schultz
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I just stumbled across this, haha

What a bunch of Whiny wimps

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You realize that this was a joke story right?

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Eberle G-37 A-44 (81)

Hall G-34 A-38 (72)

Nuge G-24 A-42 (66)

Yakupov G-25 A-31 (56)

Hemsky G-24 A-30 (54)

Gange G-21 A-24 (45)

Shultz G-9 A-23 (32)

Smyth G-15 A-16 (31)

Those are my predictions anyway.

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With the exception of the couple weeks after he returned from his injury, RNH was a ppg player last season. I think he leads the Oilers in point next season. Hall will likely be the top goal scorer if he plays 70+ games.

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They have 3 bonified 70-90 point players next season and essentially a 100-goal 1st line. In another year you can throw Yakupov onto that list too.

Their time has finally come.

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Eberle and RNH will be fantastic this season, if they can stay healthy. I can see both reaching 80 points.

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My choice was Nuge or Eberle. I think with the style of play Eberle plays he is more durable than Nuge but it will be a 2 horse race with Hall just behind them.

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Eberle with 82 points.

My dark horse... Ales Hemsky. If he stays healthy, and that's a big if, and is given a top 6 role with PP time, I think he'll return to around a point per game again. Thing is, he may only play 50 games.

:towel::canucks:

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My choice was Nuge or Eberle. I think with the style of play Eberle plays he is more durable than Nuge but it will be a 2 horse race with Hall just behind them.

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i dont know

but i dont think there going to do much this year , with a short season other teams will want to get a good record going quick and thats the time last year where the wild and edmonton took advantage of teams starting slow

dont think there will be that this year , i expect failure

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RNH. He's going to be the next superstar in the NHL.

I watched Gretzkys career from beginning to end. RNH is the closest thing to the great one that I've seen in my life

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