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The Edmonton Oilers have had a slow start to the 2013 NHL season and were set to face off against the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday night. Prior to the game, Canadiens’ forward Lars Eller described the Oilers play “like a junior team sometimes”.
“They take a lot risks, a lot of chances.” Eller continued. “They’re a little all over the place. There’s not a lot of structure always in their game. It can really be anything. You don’t know.”
When asked about Eller’s comments following their game, Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins had this to say, “He may as well have sent me a fruit basket and a bottle of wine. It was a great gift.”
The Canadiens ended up losing the game 4-3 and Eller did not even record a point.
Does that make the Canadiens a junior team? I don’t think so.
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Lars Eller wasn’t in the Canadiens dressing room Tuesday night following his team’s 4-3 loss to the Edmonton Oilers so he wasn’t available to clarify his comments of earlier in the day.
Eller had suggested that the Oilers “play a little bit like a junior team” and oh my did Edmonton coach Dallas Eakins and his team get some mileage out of that.
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To add to the headaches for the Edmonton Oilers, who have started 2-6-1 and are currently languishing at the bottom of the Western Conference standings, they will have to play the next month with winger Taylor Hall.
Hall left Saturday afternoon's game against Ottawa after colliding with Senators defenseman Eric Gryba.
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GM MacTavish says Taylor Hall is expected to be out four weeks due to his injured left knee.
— Edmonton Oilers (@EdmontonOilers) October 22, 2013
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