March 05 2015 06:12PM
It’s difficult to imagine a worse professional debut than what Mitch Moroz has done in Oklahoma City. The former 32nd pick Overall from the 2012 Entry Draft has been almost entirely invisible as a first year AHLer after 2 extra years of development with the Oil Kings. This year he has gone 46GP, 2-3-5, with 92 PIMs. He was drafted just outside the 1st Round by the Edmonton Oilers and now it looks like he will have to work just to be a poor American Hockey League player, never mind reach the NHL.
March 05 2015 01:01PM
Craig MacTavish was asked at his post-deadline press availability which prospects in the system he wanted to see in the NHL before the end of this season, and his answer says something about the quality and quantity of NHL-ready players in Oklahoma City.
March 05 2015 11:14AM
Nail Yakupov was the focus of a lot of attention when he was looking completely lost and struggling mightily, so it only seems fair that he get some now that he’s playing the best hockey of his still brief career with the Edmonton Oilers.
March 05 2015 08:00AM
Craig MacTavish has gotten the results back from the Oilers internal audit. The results?
March 04 2015 08:16PM
In the fall, I asked an NHL scout about the CHL's western league and was informed it was a 'down year' and there might not be a Top 10 overall selection in the WHL. Six months later? Ivan Provorov has changed the landscape.