One item that nearly got lost between the cracks was a visit by Edmonton Oilers 3 prospect Tyler Benson to our and his fair city a couple weeks back. Goodness knows that was what the doctor ordered for the Giants, playing their fifth game in seven nights on a road trip that took them from Vancouver to Prince George for a double header, then Calgary and Edmonton. Indeed, Benson had played just two prior games in calendar as he dealt with a pair of health issues that ruined his campaign. Benson passed the first test simply by being upright and playing after such a tough sked, let alone winning a footrace at the end of the fifth game. While his goal was something of a freebie he was arguably the best offensive player on the ice in a game that featured precious little of that commodity. The Edmonton native was coming off a one-goal-three-assist outing in Calgary the night before, and followed up with a hat trick in Lethbridge the next game as the Giants ultimately swept all four games from their tour of Alberta.
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"It was a tough year, but I'm healthy now" -- Interview with Oilers prospect Tyler Benson
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Both the Paragon-developed "Issue 24" and the fan-modified "Issue 25" codebases are now running on a number of live servers maintained by disparate groups. There is not much love lost between the parties involved. However, a number of these groups are now involved in talks with NCSoft, legal owner of CoH, so there is at least the possibility of some kind of settlement. MassivelyOP is keeping a running list of articles documenting the drama as it happens.