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Hampered by injury in recent seasons, it's easy to forget about Ales Hemsky. But boy, after watching him in a game, you won't forget about him anytime soon after that.
Finally healthy and ready to return for the Oilers in a full season, Edmonton will be getting a much-needed boost to start the season, as Hemsky is easily a point-per-game player when he's at 100 percent.
A big difference that Hemsky hasn't had in recent years is more skilled players around him. Hemsky will likely be playing with Taylor Hall and Shawn Horcoff most of the time, making up the "H-H-H" line.
On a young Oilers squad with stars like Hall, Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, the 28-year-old Hemsky might not attract all the attention that the youths will, but he'll let his talents keep doing the talking.