November 28 2015 08:27PM
We won? We won! Final Score: 3-2 Oilers in the shootout.
November 28 2015 11:00AM
Justin Schultz will be in the lineup tonight against the Pittsburgh Penguins, giving the Oilers another puck-moving defender and another full tank of chaos. The second game of a back-to-back sometimes mean slow starts or bad endings, but this Oilers team can't seem to put together 60 strong minutes no matter the situation. Perhaps Mr. Schultz can help in this area.
November 28 2015 09:20AM
The Oilers are having a distinct problem winning games. They have only done it seven times in the last 23 matches, and that’s really beginning to wear down some key veterans.
November 27 2015 08:42PM
I guess that ended up better than I thought it would? Final Score: 4-3 Red Wings in OT.
November 27 2015 06:07PM
Cam Talbot has only started two of the Oilers past ten games, but he's back between the pipes tonight and looking to rediscover his game. Talbot hasn't looked comfortable in his last five starts, but his confidence took a big blow on Halloween when Michael Frolik scored from the corner with less than ten seconds remaining in the game. Since that frightful evening, Talbot's only played twice, and he lost both games, allowing four goals on 28 shots each night.
He, like the rest of the team, will try to get his season back on track tonight in Detroit.