Following his first start after being traded to the Edmonton Oilers, goaltender Ben Scrivens posted a series of tweets to his verified Twitter account (@scrivens_30) that were critical of a blog that the Edmonton Sun ran on Thursday, along with some of the comments it received. The blog, written by columnist Anthony Vasquez-Peddie (@AVPreports), took aim at selective tweets from Scrivens wifes Twitter account regarding her feelings about the weather in Los Angeles. "The big loser in Wednesdays trade that sent goalie Ben Scrivens from the Los Angeles Kings to the Edmonton Oilers may be Mrs. Scrivens," Vasquez-Peddie wrote. "Ben, who was born in Spruce Grove, is used to crippling Alberta winters. "Based on her Twitter feed, Jenny Scrivens, a native Californian, clearly is not. Jenny couldnt have been happier after her husband was traded to the Kings last off-season after spending three years in Toronto with the Maple Leafs. Now that shes headed back to the Great White North, however, she has to deal with awful things like fall, snow and ice." Vasquez-Peddie pointed out a series of tweets from Jenny Scrivenss Twitter feed first published by The Sporting News. "Exactly!," she tweeted just after the Leafs-Kings trade. "I paid my dues with 3 years in Toronto and 4 in New York. And I will never complain about weather again. Ever." Scrivens, who was acquired in a deal from the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday, was quick to defend his wife with his own response on social media. "Hey @AVPreports, classy move writing a slam story by cherry-picking tweets my wife sent to make it seem like she doesnt like Edmonton," he wrote. "Youre gutless. And to those of you who commented on the article or tweeted at her about how shes lazy (even though shes not in Edmonton now because she has a fulltime job in LA she cant just up and leave) or that she married rich (even though we got married while I was playing in the AHL) or that shes dumb (shes an Ivy League and graduate school grad), just know Im embarrassed that you are an Edmontonian. "Way to make my family feel welcome." Vasquez-Peddie responded to Ben Scrivenss tweets later in the evening, explaining it was just a tongue-in-cheek feature. "A few things first," he wrote. "1) The blog was not an attack on Jenny Scrivens. She wrote tweets about how happy she was in L.A., in particular ... How much she enjoyed the weather as compared to Toronto. "Now that her husband is moving to Edmonton, shell be forced to experience...Bad weather again. Complaining about the weather is something everybody does. 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