After perhaps his best game of the season this Sunday, it is time once again to talk Ales Hemsky. Drafted by the Edmonton Oilers 13th overall in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft, Hemsky has become one of the longest standing Oilers. With the Oilers, Hemsky has lost teeth, separated shoulders and played game seven of the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals. Through those years, Hemsky has also been the focus of a lot of trade talk. Some felt that Hemsky didn?t have the heart, some the finish and some that the Oilers would eventually trade away all players of value.