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Esa Tikkanen had just cracked a post practice beer and saw Charlie Huddy strolling across the cramped MTS Centre dressing room on Friday afternoon.

Turns out http://www.jetshockeygear.com/bryan-little-jersey-c-5.html Tikkanen is just as annoying around his own teammates as he was on the ice during his time with the Oilers.

Tikkanen “Atta boy, Huddy. Second star.”

Huddy “Yeah? Who was first?”

Tikkanen “Everybody else.”

Some things never change, which is why former players love getting together for events like Saturday s Heritage Classic alumni game against the Jets old timers at Investors Group Field.

“In the last few years we ve been together a little bit with all the things that have happened in Edmonton, so it s not like we re walking into a situation where we haven t seen guys in 10 or 20 years,” former Oilers captain Mark Messier said. “But it s still nice to get into this kind of environment, where you re actually playing a game and seeing everybody kind of revert back to where they were.

“And old habits die hard. It s really actually quite amusing to see the team come together like this.”

Saturday s tilt against the Jets will mark the first time in 13 years that the Oilers old timers have gotten together for an official outdoor game; Edmonton s Commonwealth Stadium hosted the first Heritage Classic on Nov. 22, 2003.

That might be why they ran their 45 minute practice in front of 6,500 fans at MTS Centre on Friday like they were preparing for a Stanley Cup final game back in the 80s.

They did line rushes.

They had a scrimmage at the end.

Messier even joked that they had spies watching the Jets practice.

They aren t messing around.

“The Oilers always wanted to put on a show for the fans,” Messier said. “Wherever we travelled we had great practices. Our practices were short, 30 or 40 minutes, but we always did it at a high tempo.

“Anybody who was able to watch our practices, it was a beautiful concert, so to speak, and we didn t want to do anything different today. We wanted to at least put on a little bit of a show for the fans.”

They probably also wanted to get some chemistry going again so they can lay the boots to the Jets like they did so many times during the first version of Winnipeg s NHL franchise. The Jets won only 39 of 111 regular season meetings with the Oilers between 1979 and 1996, and it was much , much worse in the playoffs. Edmonton won all six playoff series against Winnipeg, taking 22 of 26 meetings overall.

The Oilers beat up Toby Enstrom Jersey on everyone back in the day, of course, and they still want to do so today.

“Just because you get older doesn t mean you re less competitive,” said Messier, who skated and looks like he could still play in the NHL today at the age of 55. “Everybody s got a lot of pride in themselves as a player and as an athlete, so everybody wants to go out and put a good show on.”

Edmonton s roster on Saturday will feature a murderer s row of players, from Gretzky to Messier to Kurri to Coffey to Anderson to Fuhr. It s enough to give Jets fans a nervous tick, but they can take some solace in knowing plenty of respect for Winnipeg emanates from the Edmonton locker room.

“I enjoyed always playing in Winnipeg, in the old building,” Jari Kurri said Friday. “They always had a great team. We had a good rivalry. It was lots of fun. A lot of great players they had.

“They always  http://www.jetshockeygear.com/mathieu-perreault-jersey-c-6.html faced us in the playoffs, because they had a good team. If they would have played in a different division they would have surprised a lot of people.”

Last chance for Oiler greats?

No matter how much they might have hated them for how often they beat up on their Jets, Winnipeg hockey fans might want to soak up the experience of watching the Oiler greats on the ice Saturday at Investors Group Field.

That s because it may never happen again.

The members of the Oilers dynasty will be on the ice together this weekend for the first time since the 2003 Heritage Classic, and most of the crew is well into its 50s. If it s another 13 years until the next alumni game, it s unlikely Wayne Gretzky and Co. will be present.

“The feeling is like that in the dressing room,” said Jari Kurri, who is 56 years old. “It was 13 years ago the last time we were together, and of course we re not getting any younger and we don t have the legs anymore.

“But yeah, I think we re getting to the point where it s the next group s time to show up.”

Mark Messier, who remains in fantastic physical shape, looked almost heartbroken when Postmedia s Dan Barnes asked him if this could be the end.

“It s hard to say ,” Messier said. “There s always opportunities to help the NHL http://www.jetshockeygear.com/mark-scheifele-jersey-c-8.html, to do certain things for the teams. Some of the guys are getting a little older now, but I hope not. It s always fun to get together.”
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