I’m a fan, and I know that you guys love the WHL.
It’s a great league, and you’re going to love it.
But for some reason, people seem to get all upset when their teams aren’t playing well.
So let’s talk about some of the worst teams ever.1.
The Edmonton Oilers The Edmonton Oiler was a great hockey team in the late 90s and early 2000s.
In fact, they were actually one of the best teams in the league.
They had a great roster and some of hockey’s best players, and they were very solid in front of the net.
That lineup is now gone, but they were always a top-tier team in terms of hockey success.
The Oiler went on to be a pretty good team in a different era, but their success with the Oilers lasted only five seasons.
They won three Stanley Cups between 1997 and 2005, and had a decent run of success for a decade after that.
But in the 2010-2011 season, the Oilers lost their best player, Oiler forward Sam Gagner.2.
The Dallas Stars This was the only team that didn’t win the Stanley Cup.
Dallas was the worst team in hockey, and its awful history with winning the Stanley Cups has been a major source of embarrassment for the sport.
The Stars were the last team to make the playoffs in 1994, but that was a very close call, and the Stars went on a disastrous run in the 1990s.
The team had an incredible talent pool, and it also had a very young and inexperienced roster.
In the playoffs, Dallas had a lot of trouble scoring goals, and struggled to find scoring options.
The only way that the Stars would have ever gotten over the hump was if they were a bit more efficient.3.
The Detroit Red Wings They were a fun team, and a fun era, and Detroit was a fun place to be.
But this team was terrible.
It had a bunch of awful players that were bad enough to be traded to other teams, and many of them weren’t even on the team.
The Wings were an excellent hockey team from 1999-2002, but in the 2000s they went from good to terrible.
In 2006, they won the Stanley Championship, but the team went on an uncharacteristically disappointing run of injuries and bad luck.4.
The New Jersey Devils New Jersey was a fantastic hockey team, but it was awful for a long time.
The Devils were a great team, which included guys like Ray Bourque and Patrick Marleau, but this team had a terrible starting lineup, which resulted in the team being terrible at the end of a long season.
The bad teams started to fall apart as the years went by, and New Jersey eventually went into a bad period in 2008-2009 and the team fell apart even further in 2009-2010.5.
The Pittsburgh Penguins The Penguins were great, and so were the fans.
But that didn