Sports Jones: Oilers readers survey says 'Get rid of Eberle'

16:52  19 may  2017
16:52  19 may  2017 Source:   Edmonton Journal

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When Edmonton Oilers general manager Peter Chiarelli traded Taylor Hall for defenceman Adam Larsson last year, there was near outrage in the city.

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If Chiarelli decides to do the same with Jordan Eberle and/or Ryan Nugent-Hopkins this coming season, it won’t be anywhere the same reaction.

While Chiarelli indicated at the annual state of the union address Tuesday that he was likely to continue next year with his other two inherited No. 1 overall $6-million per season draft picks Eberle and The Nuge, the 3,348 respondents to this year’s ‘You Be The Boss’ post-season poll aren’t going to have a problem if he makes a similar move.

Especially with Eberle.

It was Question No. 1 on the survey: “Should the Oilers trade Jordan Eberle, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins or both?”

A total of 2,162 respondents (65 per cent) said ‘Yes’ to Eberle and an additional 657 (20 per cent) so ‘Yes’ to both while only 314 (nine per cent) answered ‘No, neither.’

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By far, that was the hot button question on the survey that followed the 103-point season in which the Oilers made the playoffs for the first time in 11 seasons and went to Game 7 of the second round.

The survey featured unprecedented high percentages for most in the ‘Keep him’ and ‘Give him a raise category’ compared to not many on the ‘Let him go’ walk the plank list.

Eberle topped all in ‘Let him go’ voting at 87 per cent, tied with season-long dog-house resident Benoit Pouliot.

Mark Fayne (91 per cent) and Matt Hendricks and David Desharnais (both 74 per cent) were the only other Oilers the fans wanted to see outta here.

Nugent-Hopkins, on the other hand, recorded a 74 per cent ‘Keep him.’ Obviously fans don’t see Eberle and RNH as an entry.

The ‘You Be The Boss’ survey was astounding in player popularity.

Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Cam Talbot and Oscar Klefbom were all at 99 per cent in combined ‘Keep him’ and ‘Give him a raise’ categories.

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Adam Larsson, Zack Kassian, Patrick Maroon and Drake Caggiula were at 98 per cent and Mark Letestu and Anton Slepyshev at 97 per cent. Management and coaches were all up there as well.

Most of that, of course, was totally predictable. It was the specific scenario questions section of the survey that proved to be interesting in several areas.

While Chiarelli suggested he believed the Oilers centres would dramatically improve their 30th place ranking in the face-off circle with development, Edmonton’s educated fan base has clearly run out of patience. An overwhelming 73 per cent want him to bring in a face-off specialist now to help fix the problem.

While the controversy came mostly from the fancy stat aficionados, there was a vocal segment objecting to Kris Russell returning for employment when he reaches unrestricted free agent status on July 1. But an overwhelming 82 per cent of the fans indicated in the survey they want the shot-blocking defenceman back.

One of the fascinating players to follow during the season was goaltender Cam Talbot, who not only gave the Oilers the kind of goaltending the team hasn’t had for a long while. Talbot ended up tied in wins with 42 and led league goalies in games played, starting 73 of them in the regular season. While there was much discussion and some controversy about wearing him out, Talbot also played well in 13 playoff games.

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Most fans (69 per cent) want him in the 60-70 games area in starts next year, with 20 per cent recommending he plays 50-60 and only nine per cent OK with him back in the 70-80 game range again despite his success.

The Edmonton constituents (56 per cent) are good with Laurent Brossoit returning as backup while a third of them would prefer to see the former Oil King return to Bakersfield for more development while acquiring a veteran NHL backup.

With Las Vegas entering the league as an expansion team, the Oilers are about to lose a roster player. But Edmonton fans seem to have no real feel who that player might be. Given a list of players to consider, the tally ended up Benoit Pouliot (24 per cent), Griffin Reinhart (23 per cent), Jordan Eberle (20 per cent), Mark Letestu (16 per cent), Zack Kassian (seven per cent), Jujhar Khaira (six per cent) and Mark Fayne (four per cent).

Oh, and one other thing. Fans were almost unanimous (82 per cent) that the Oilers Entertainment Group is ripping them off at the concession stands.

That was probably as predictable as all of those ‘Give him a raise’ votes.

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1. Should the Oilers trade Jordan Eberle, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins or both?

2. What do you think Jordan Eberle is worth in trade?

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3. How many games should goalie Cam Talbot start next season? He started 73 regular-season games in 2016-17?

4. Should Laurent Brossoit remain as Oilers backup goalie or should the Oilers trade for a veteran No. 2 to give Brossoit more playing time/development in the AHL?

5. Should the Oilers try to re-sign defenceman Kris Russell, who is due to become an unrestricted free agent in July?

6. Of these players, which player do you expect the Oilers to lose in the Las Vegas expansion draft?

7. Should the Oilers acquire a face-off specialist in the off-season?

8. Do the Oilers need to acquire a top defenceman in the off-season?

9. How did you find the prices for food, drinks at the Oilers’ new home, Rogers Place, this season?

10. What sort of contract should Leon Draisaitl, whose entry-level contract has expired, command?

11. How many Oilers games have you watched this season, either live or on TV?

12. How much money do you estimate you’ve spent on Oilers ‘stuff’ this season? (Tickets, branded merchandise)

13. How many Oilers home games did you attend this season?

RW Jordan Eberle

Salary: US$6M

Let him go: 87%

Keep him: 13%

Give him a raise: 1%

LW Milan Lucic

Salary: US$6M

Keep him: 87%

Let him go: 12%

Give him a raise: 1%

D Andrej Sekera

Salary: US$5.5M

Keep him: 89%

Let him go: 10%

Give him a raise: 1%

C Ryan Nugent-Hopkins

Salary: US$6M

Keep him: 74%

Let him go: 26%

Give him a raise: 0%

D Oscar Klefbom

Salary: US$4.166M

Keep him: 90%

Give him a raise: 9%

Let him go: 1%

G Cam Talbot

Salary: US$4.166M

Keep him: 79%

Give him a raise: 20%

Let him go: 1%

D Adam Larsson

Salary: US$4.166M

Keep him: 91%

Give him a raise: 7%

Let him go: 2%

LW Benoit Pouliot

Salary: US$4M

Let him go: 87%

Keep him: 13%

Give him a raise: 1%

D Kris Russell

Salary: US$3.1M (UFA)

Keep him: 76%

Let him go: 12%

Give him a raise: 12%

C David Desharnais

Salary: US$2.8M (UFA)

Let him go: 74%

Keep him: 25%

Give him a raise: 2%

D Mark Fayne

Salary: US$2.675M

Let him go: 91%

Keep him: 9%

Give him a raise: 1%

LW Matt Hendricks

Salary: US$1.85M (UFA)

Let him go: 74%

Keep him: 24%

Give him a raise: 1%

C Mark Letestu

Salary: US$1.8M

Keep him: 78%

Give him a raise: 18%

Let him go: 3%

LW Patrick Maroon

Salary: US$1.5M

Keep him: 75%

Give him a raise: 23%

Let him go: 2%

RW Zack Kassian

Salary: US$1.5M (RFA)

Keep him: 74%

Give him a raise: 24%

Let him go: 2%

D Eric Gryba

Salary: US$950,000 (UFA)

Keep him: 68%

Let him go: 26%

Give him a raise: 7%

C Leon Draisaitl

Salary: US$925,000 (RFA)

Give him a raise: 61%

Keep him: 38%

Let him go: 1%

LW Anton Slepyshev

Salary: US$925,000

Keep him: 81%

Give him a raise: 16%

Let him go: 3%

C Connor McDavid

Salary: US$925,000

Keep him: 49%

Give him a raise: 49%

Let him go: 1%

LW Drake Caggiula

Salary: US$925,000

Keep him: 80%

Give him a raise: 18%

Let him go: 2%

D Matthew Benning

Salary: US$925,000

Keep him: 80%

Give him a raise: 16%

Let him go: 4%

RW Jesse Puljujarvi

Salary: US$925,000

Keep him: 90%

Let him go: 9%

Give him a raise: 2%

LW Jujhar Khaira

Salary: $875,000 (RFA)

Keep him: 71%

Let him go: 27%

Give him a raise: 2%

D Griffin Reinhart

Salary: US$863,333 (RFA)

Keep him: 65%

Let him go: 33%

Give him a raise: 2%

D Darnell Nurse

Salary: US$863,333

Keep him: 74%

Give him a raise: 22%

Let him go: 4%

G Laurent Brossoit

Salary: US$750,000

Keep him: 84%

Let him go: 14%

Give him a raise: 3%

RW Iiro Pakarinen

Salary: US$725,000 (RFA)

Keep him: 52%

Let him go: 46%

Give him a raise: 2%

RW Tyler Pitlick

Salary: US$725,000 (UFA)

Keep him: 66%

Let him go: 29%

Give him a raise: 5%

Bob Nicholson

Position: Oilers Entertainment Group vice-chairman and chief executive officer

Keep him: 88%

Give him a raise: 6%

Let him go: 6%

Peter Chiarelli

Position: Oilers president of hockey operations and general manager

Keep him: 84%

Give him a raise: 14%

Let him go: 2%

Todd McLellan

Position: head coach

Keep him: 76%

Give him a raise: 21%

Let him go: 3%

Jay Woodcraft

Position: assistant coach

Keep him: 88%

Let him go: 6%

Give him a raise: 6%

Jim Johnson

Position: assistant coach

Keep him: 90%

Let him go: 5%

Give him a raise: 5%

Ian Herbers

Position: assistant coach

Keep him: 89%

Let him go: 6%

Give him a raise: 4%

Dustin Schwartz

Position: goaltending coach

Keep him: 88%

Give him a raise: 9%

Let him go: 3%

Scouting staff

Keep them: 91%

Let them go: 7%

Give them raises: 2%

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