Edmonton Oil Kings lost on scoreboard, but not in physical battles

  Edmonton Sun 

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They may have been outscored in the points department, but the Edmonton Oil Kings weren’t about to let the top-ranked team in the Canadian Hockey League out of the building thinking they out-physicalled their hosts. With time winding down on a 5-1 loss to the Prince Albert Raiders in their most recent outing Monday night, […]

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