In Edmonton and Buffalo, Pouliot sees similarities

September 16, 2017
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Some 2,200 miles of highway, two time zones, six states and two Canadian provinces sit between Buffalo and Edmonton, Alberta. And yet Benoit Pouliot says when he looks at one, he in many ways sees the other. The hockey teams, that is. “It’s the same situation when I signed in Edmonton,” Pouliot said, comparing the then-rebuilding Oilers of 2014-15 with…

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Kevin Oklobzija
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Kevin Oklobzija is a contributor to The Buffalo Star, a veteran hockey writer and member of the Rochester Americans Hall of Fame. He still believes National Lampoon’s Vacation may be the best movie ever made.

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