Monthly Archives: November 2010

NHL Teams Give Thanks

In honour of American Thanksgiving (and Canadian Thanksgiving, which happened last month before I started this blog), Fuhr and Loathing has found something for each NHL team to be thankful for. Anaheim Ducks – Mandatory helmets mean that nobody has … Continue reading

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Martin Gerber’s Guide to the Edmonton Oilers

Goaltender Martin Gerber was recalled from the American Hockey League’s Oklahoma City Barons to fill in while Nikolai Khabibulin is out with a groin injury, and tonight is his first night on the job. And by job I mean sitting … Continue reading

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Gregory Campbell: In Demand

In the aftermath of the recent leaked Colin Campbell emails many members of the hockey community are wondering how they will effect the career of Mr. Campbell and the hierarchy of the National Hockey League. A less-asked question that Fuhr … Continue reading

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Why the Oilers can’t Kill Penalties

The 2010-11 Edmonton Oilers are dead last in the league on the penalty kill. That’s been a pretty common story since the 2006 playoffs, but why did they get so bad short-handed? Fuhr and Loathing’s web of operatives inside the … Continue reading

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It HAD to be Kovalchuk

Earlier tonight, on the heels of bludgeonings at the hands of the Detroit Red Wings and a team that I’m vaguely aware of that apparently plays in Carolina, the Edmonton Oilers squandered a 3-1 lead against the New Jersey Devils … Continue reading

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Welcome to Fuhr and Loathing

Welcome to Fuhr and Loathing, my brand new blog about the Edmonton Oilers. And also the rest of the hockey world, because I can only abuse my mental faculties so much before I need to watch some other teams play … Continue reading

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