RE-LIVE THE EDMONTON OILERS 1986-87 SEASON

Robin Brownlee
December 16 2015 05:03PM

86Oilers

In sports as in life, there are a handful of defining moments. The mayhem out on the ice at Northlands Coliseum as the Edmonton Oilers celebrated their third Stanley Cup victory after a grueling seven-game series against the Philadelphia Flyers was one of those. One for the ages.

Read Article | 25 Comments

CAM TALBOT: BALLS OUT IN BEANTOWN

Robin Brownlee
December 15 2015 07:30AM

The Edmonton Oilers needed the kind of performance they got from Cam Talbot against the Boston Bruins at the TD Garden to kick-off a four-game road trip Monday. Likewise, Talbot needed exactly the kind of performance he delivered in a 3-2 overtime win.

Read Article | 62 Comments

TOP 100 OILERS: LUKE RICHARDSON (88)

Robin Brownlee
December 08 2015 03:30PM

Luke Richardson wasn’t the fancy pair of dress shoes you’d wear for a night on the town. He was your work boots. He wasn’t the curvy sports car you’d cruise Jasper Avenue in. He was the reliable mini-van. Richardson was an honest player who went about his business quietly and without fanfare. No sizzle, all substance. He was the kind of defenseman every NHL team needs.

Read Article | 16 Comments

THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER THING

Robin Brownlee
December 07 2015 10:28AM

BeenThereDoneThat

Spend enough time earning your keep in any walk of life and it’s human nature that a bit of “been there, done that” attitude can creep in from time to time. I’m as guilty of it as the next guy. It’s refreshing, then, when somebody or something actually surprises you.

Read Article | 65 Comments

RE-LIVE THE EDMONTON OILERS 1985-86 SEASON

Robin Brownlee
December 01 2015 01:50PM

8586Oilers

Having already paraded the Stanley Cup up and down Jasper Ave. the two previous seasons, fans of the Edmonton Oilers had every reason to be thinking three-peat when the 1985-86 season began. The Oilers were young, ridiculously talented and getting better. They beat opponents for fun.

Read Article | 19 Comments