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Al Montoya

Al Montoya

#35G,
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 2"/201 lbs
Born: Chicago, Illinois
Draft: 2004 1st round (6th pick) by the
  • The Hockey Writers

    3 Oilers with Disappointing Starts to 2022-23

    Though the Edmonton Oilers have several positives so far this season, this article will take a closer look at the other side, with three disappointing players through the first 25 games of the season. Not everything has gone right, as the team’s 14-11-0 record indicates. Those not contributing much to the success of the team are Jack Campbell, Jesse Puljujarvi, and Kailer Yamamoto.

  • ESPN.com

    Lineup picks, matchups, start or sit advice for Monday

    See also: Jake DeBrusk, W, Boston Bruins (42.2%) Andrei Kuzmenko, W, Vancouver Canucks (59.5%) T. J. Oshie, W, Washington Capitals (38.2%) Deep league/Daily Fantasy value forwards Alex Galchenyuk, W, Colorado Avalanche (0.2%): If it turns out Artturi Lehkonen needs to miss time, why shouldn't the Avs give Galchenyuk a shot on the top line? After all, Valeri Nichushkin was a reclamation project as a post-hype producer in the NHL.

  • The Hockey Writers

    Oilers' Broadcaster Jack Michaels One of the Best in the Game

    I felt that I was watching a younger master of his craft in Jack Michaels on Dec. 3 when watching the Edmonton Oilers and Montreal Canadiens on Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC). After watching Michaels broadcast Oilers games on Sportsnet and HNIC, and listening to him on 630 CHED in Edmonton for the past 11 years, I’d say he’s truly climbing up the ladder of great play-by-play voices. His recent “What can you say?