Positives and Negatives from the Start of the Edmonton Oilers' 2013 Season

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Positives and Negatives from the Start of the Edmonton Oilers' 2013 Season
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The young Oilers are experiencing some growing pains early into the 2013 season.

Coming into the 2013 season, the Edmonton Oilers were one of the more intriguing teams in the NHL.

After finishing at the bottom of the league standings in two out of the last three seasons, the Oilers have assembled an impressive amount of talented young players through the draft.

With the additions of first-overall draft pick Nail Yakupov and Justin Schultz, the coveted free agent out of the University of Wisconsin, the Oilers looked prime to explode out of the gates.

Four games into the the season, the Oilers hold a record of 2-2, and while there have been many positives, there have also been some glaring deficiencies in the young Oilers' games.

Here are the top positives and negatives from the start of the Oilers' 2013 season. 

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