November 20 2011 12:35PM
The Oilers scored nine or more goals at home for the 33rd time in team history last night, but it was the first time in almost 20 years that Oiler fans watched their team score nine at home. Jan 21st, 1992 v. the San Jose Sharks was the last time the Oilers tallied nine on home ice, while the last time they scored nine in any game was November 26, 1996 when they pummelled the Calgary Flames 10-1 at the Saddledome.
November 20 2011 11:29AM
Absolutely no peeking. This is serious business. The quarterly report cards are in and we need to be very sensitive about how word gets out. So, open this but please don't gossip about the contents inside. We want to make sure everyone gets their marks in the proper manner.
November 19 2011 10:39PM
Well if you are going to bust out of a 4 game winless streak we can't help but think that destroying the first place Chicago Blackhawks 9-2 is one way to do it.
November 19 2011 01:13PM
We used to see the MacBlender almost every second game, but tonight is the first time we'll see the Render, as Tom Renney hit BLEND and HIGH for the first time and came up with some new line combinations in the hope his offence can get out of neutral.
November 19 2011 07:33AM
In the storied history of the Edmonton Oilers, few trades have turned out better than Colin Fraser and a 7th round pick for Ryan Smyth. Hell, I'm not even certain there IS a 7th round! I'm not sure it's the biggest trade in Oiler history, but it's the longest and that's for sure.