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IN DEPTH: Trailblazer

This week's In Depth is on Ryan Strome and the path that brought him and his brothers to the NHL

by Meg Tilley /



Ryan was flying from Toronto to Chicago, I was flying from Arizona to Chicago. We were on the plane at the same time.

As soon as I landed I saw he messaged me, "Text me when you land."

I didn't even check Twitter, I just responded, "I landed."

He called me right away, as soon as I had touched the ground, and he just told me he got traded. Then I checked Twitter and obviously, it was right there, the first thing I saw was that.

It was kind of my first reaction, he's joked with me before that he got traded, so I needed to make sure on Twitter that it was actually true.

He was over the moon and excited to be an Oiler. He was very excited and I was very excited for him. The opportunity he's going to get, how good Edmonton is and how good the players are, and obviously a pretty special player he gets to play with, it's pretty cool. 

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FEATURE: Oilers continue to foster a culture of change

Hockey Is For Everyone night celebrates diversity and inclusion for all hockey players, coaches, athletes and fans

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The Edmonton Oilers held their second annual Hockey Is For Everyone night as they welcomed the Colorado Avalanche to Rogers Place, Thursday.

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FEATURE: Growing the love of the game

As Oilers Ambassador for NHL's Hockey Is For Everyone throughout February, Jujhar Khaira looks forward to sharing his passion for the game

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It was an eye-opening moment for Edmonton Oilers forward Jujhar Khaira.  

"I was unaware how big [hockey] was in China," he said.

The six-foot-four, 214-pound, left-winger had just wrapped up an off-season practice and workout with New York Islanders centre Mathew Barzal at an arena in Burnaby, BC, around the same time the Surrey Minor Hockey Association was holding an ice hockey tournament that was hosting teams from China and Korea.

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It's time to PLAY

Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse continues to embody values as Right To Play Athlete Ambassador

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Video: COMMUNITY | Right to Play

Skating, a skills competition and a surprise meet-and-greet. 

That is what unfolded at Rogers Place for 16 children participating in the Right To Play program from Alexander First Nation on Saturday.

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The Hockey Helps Kids faceoff

The unique contest that supports local schools and charities launches third annual Charity Cup Challenge at Rogers Place

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Engage kids, fans, drive awareness and raise money for important causes.

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The Rogers Place wish assist

The venue played a pivotal role in welcoming several children to help grant their wishes, meeting and skating with the Edmonton Oilers

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"I'd want to meet the Oilers. I'd love to meet Connor McDavid… do you think that's possible?"

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FEATURE: Giving back to hockey

McCauley Rink has become a staple to youth and family in Edmonton's inner city, thanks to a little help from some Oilers Alumni hands

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Video: COMMUNITY | McCauley Cup

All you have to do is show up.

It's just that simple, according to Lyle 'Sparky' Kulchisky, a member of the Oilers Alumni, and Manager of McCauley Rink.

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FEATURE: Oilers shake up the happiness with Shirts Off Our Backs

A fan favourite, Oil Country continues the seasonal tradition of giving to help raise funds for the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton

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Video: COMMUNITY | Shirts off our Backs

After all this time, it's still a feeling Daisy Aw will never forget. 

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FEATURE: Heroes beyond hockey

HHC Oilers alumni team players Garry Unger and David Pelletier's support for the military transcends the rink

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"We've lost another soldier."

Those were the words David Pelletier, former Olympic Gold Medalist in pairs figure skating and Oilers Skating Coach, and his parents would dread hearing as another announcement was broadcast over the radio in 2008.

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GAME STORY: Stars 3, Oilers 2

The Oilers penetrated the Dallas net with 40 shots but Kari Lehtonen persevered, backstopping the Stars to a 3-2 victory

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 Video: OILERS TODAY | Oilers vs. Stars Postgame

EDMONTON, AB -  Twenty-eight seconds.

That was all it took for Dallas to take a quick 1-0 lead as Stars forward - and former Oiler - Lauri Korpikoski fired a wrist shot that soared above Oilers goaltender Cam Talbot's glove and ultimately led to the Stars 3-2 victory.  

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