Found January 28, 2012 on Kukla's Korner:
PLAYERS: David Musil
David Musil was the first son of an ex-Oiler drafted at the 2011 NHL entry draft in St. Paul Minnesota. You couldn’t help but wonder if he was selected for his bloodlines or his abilities, but knowing that Musil had been ranked anywhere from 23 (The Hockey News) and 38 (CSS for N.A. skaters) taking the defenceman at 31 was reasonable. When Steve Tambellini talked about the sons of Oilers up for grabs, he did agree that these players had been raised to handle the stresses that would come from being a professional hockey player. Continue reading "David Musil Makes Rare Calgary Appearance"
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