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This is highly touted Oilers' prospect Linus Omark.  He's currently leading the Swedish entry at the World Championships in scoring (tied for 4th in the tournament) with 2 goals and 8 assists through ten games.  A few other players of interest to Oiler fans:

  • Jaromir Jagr: 7GP - 3G - 6A - 9PTS, +4
  • Patrick O'Sullivan: 7GP - 4G - 3A - 7PTS, -1
  • Ales Hemsky: 7GP - 2G - 4A - 6PTS, +2
  • Ales Kotalik: 7GP - 2G - 1A - 3PTS, EV
  • Denis Grebeshkov: 7GP - 0G - 2A - 2PTS, +5
  • Shawn Horcoff: 7GP - 0G - 1A - 1PTS, EV
  • Dwayne Roloson: 2-1-0, 2.59 GAA, .930 SV%
  • Jonas Gustavsson: 3-1-0, 2.75 GAA, .918 SV%

I got a lovely email this morning from a marketing person at Universal Sports, which is broadcasting all of the remaining World Championship games live online.  Those games can be found at the above link at the following times:

  • Semifinal 1 - USA vs. Russia - 7:15AM PT, May 8th
  • Semifinal 2 - Canada vs. Sweden - 11:15AM PT, May 8th
  • Bronze Medal Game - 7:00AM PT, May 10th
  • Gold Medal Game - 11:30 AM PT, May 10th

I don't normally shill this sort of thing, but all four teams remaining have players of real interest to Oilers fans, and they're being made available for free online.  Work commitments are going to be a pain, but I'd dearly like to see that Canada/Sweden match.