Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 06/03/06 at 09:50 AM ET
Floyd Whitney wonders what the odds on this might have been. "Astronomical,'' he said. Ray Whitney is the former stick boy of two Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup-winning teams who went on to become an Oiler player. He became an ex-Oiler when Edmonton acquired Doug Weight. Now they're playing on the same line for the Carolina Hurricanes against the Oilers in the Stanley Cup final. Floyd, an Edmonton cop, has been the Oilers practice goalie and a member of the support staff who opens the dressing room door to let the media in after every game. The Oilers gave him Stanley Cup rings the last two times Edmonton won the Cup. Ray is amused with the spot his dad is in.continued
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