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We thought we’d name the magazine for the number of bridges within Edmonton’s city limits. We thought this number was 18. Much later, we learned that the number is actually 21. But we didn’t like the sound of that so much.
My dream was to become a big player in Europe. But most of the stars there are either from Europe or places like Brazil and Argentina. How many come from Edmonton, where you’re only supposed to play hockey? None. So yeah, I had a lot of doubts. I wondered if I had gone as far as I could.
Getting traded to Edmonton was fine with me at the time. At the end of the day, though, you just try to do what’s best for you and your family.
I’m being told I’ve become an inspiration to a lot of young soccer players in Edmonton and to me, that’s just awesome.
When I think about Edmonton, Silver Street and Pymmes Park, the old people whose faces are so unhappy, it pushes me to be better. I want to be better to help places like this.
I don’t care how any other Canadian team does, other than the Edmonton Oilers.
You’re not just playing for one city in Toronto, you’re playing for Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton.
If I had to compare any of the two, I’d compare the first one in Edmonton, the first one here in New York because it had been so long in New York since we had won. Obviously, being the first time to ever win the cup in Edmonton, they were fairly similar in that regard.
The main thing is that everything is taped at Full Sail. It is kind of like competing on home turf every time in terms of the tapings and specials. The main roster travels, I am in Hartford for live Smackdown, then head to Edmonton and Calgary and Denver. It is travel travel travel. NXT is more stationary.
I grew up in a city just outside of Edmonton, St. Albert. So I watched NHL games with my grandpa. I watched a lot of games, back then it was called the Smythe Division, and it was just Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver and Winnipeg.
I see the rivalry in Alberta now between Calgary and Edmonton on the men’s side and I’d love to see it on the women’s side as well. I’d love to bring a team home. I think that would be a great legacy to leave.
There’s a huge Indian population here in Toronto. Also, Calgary, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Edmonton – Canada really is a great multicultural country.
I have great memories of my years in Edmonton and the players who were my teammates.
Living in Edmonton feels so calm, but there is still so much to experience. I know I can find something to do if I want to have fun.
I use Graf Edmonton for boots and John Wilson blades.
I felt like that was my calling. I just didn’t know how I was going to get my voice out of Edmonton, but I definitely knew that music was what I was going to do with my life.
I used to perform in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Cold Lake, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Camrose, Kamloops, Kelowna, Surrey, and all over Western Canada for Stampede Wrestling.
Why are there not cabs in Edmonton? Why are there cabs in central London but not here? And if they’re going to be here, they should be cheaper. And travelcards, they’re expensive.
I’m dying to play in the playoffs. Dying to bring a little success back to Edmonton. I think the fans deserve it, the city deserves it.
As a player, I do love playing Edmonton and Vancouver, those guys, with the intensity.
I have nothing bad to say against the city of Edmonton. I liked it there. I had a fun year playing. It’s something I’ll remember for the rest of my life.
I grew up here in St. Albert, which is a city just north of Edmonton, and I went to Grade 10 here at Paul Kane High School. But then I went to junior in the WHL, Western Hockey League, at age 16. So I left and went to finish school at Norkam High School in Kamloops for grades 11 and 12.
Edmonton has such a great history. It makes coming to the rink special to know those former players wore the jersey and had so much success here.
I think Edmonton’s Rogers Place is still the nicest arena I’ve ever been to.
If you live in central London, that’s probably fine for you, but in places like Edmonton, where you’re almost out of sight of London, you’ve got to pay more and more to get into central London. How does that work?