Found July 25, 2013 on The Hockey Guys:
By Pat White (@patwhite9126) Getty Images Before the Los Angeles Kings went on their unprecedented run to the Stanley Cup in 2012-13, the last eighth-seed to make it to the Stanley Cup Finals was the Edmonton Oilers in 2005-06. Unfortunately, that was the last time the fans in Oil country sniffed the playoffs. After the departure of Chris Pronger, the Oilers went from 95 points and a Cup finalist to 71 points and out of the playoffs. But with the struggles of the storied franchise came a youth movement that has included three No. 1 overall picks. The young core of Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Nail Yakupov, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Justin Schultz and Devan Dubnyk is one of the most talented groups in the league. Hockey pundits have lauded over the Oilers youth movement and their competitive potential. Heck, they’ve even had a show on the NHL Network highlighting the growth of the team. Now approaching the fifth year of the rebuild project, it’s time for the Oilers to move past the “potent...
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