Found April 02, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
By now, everyone is sitting there going "why haven't the Oilers made a major trade deadline move yet?" Relax friends; a real move or two is coming. There's economics involved here. Mark Streit is the obvious trade target for the Oilers. I'd go so far as to suggest Streit and the Oilers have talked money already. They won't deal for him if his contract isn't extended as part of the process. Stre...
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