August 12 2015 10:30AM
The Edmonton Oilers vaulted to the top of the prospects charts based on the evaluation of Corey Pronman. Pronman's "Ranking every NHL team by prospect strength" is nothing but good news for Oilers fans.
August 12 2015 08:00AM
Back on Aug. 5 we had the writers at Oilersnation put their heads together, come up with half-a-brain and compile what we considered the best 23-man roster of players who’d ever suited up for the Edmonton Oilers in the NHL.
August 11 2015 11:39AM
Is it the start of the NHL season yet? No, it still isn't. It's only August. We still have two months to go until hockey starts again. Until then, all we can do is sit here and speculate what's going to happen, which teams are going to break out, which signings were worth it, which weren't, etc. You know, all the fun stuff. We can also take a look at what each team has done so far this summer, whether it was good or bad and whether they can still do anything else before the season finally begins.
A roller coaster in Boston, the end of the Kessel era in Toronto, and potentially the end of the Stamkos era in Tampa Bay. It's been a really interesting offseason (for the most part) in the Atlantic Division. After the jump, I'll take a look at the good and bad of the offseason so far in the Atlantic Division this summer.
August 11 2015 07:40AM
The Oilers' 2006 playoff run began on Friday April 21st at 5:12 MST. The Oilers were in Detroit to face the President Trophy winning Red Wings. The Wings dominated the regular season. They finished with 124 points, the fifth highest total in NHL history (Habs had 132 in 1977, 129 in 1978, 127 in 1976 and the Wings had 131 in 1996), and they were +95 in goals for/against.
The Oilers finished with 95 points and +7 in GF/GA. The Wings were heavily favoured and the Oilers had won only 9 of 20 games since Dwayne Roloson was acquired on March 8th.
Things did not start well for the Oilers.
August 10 2015 07:01PM
The Bakersfield Condors, via the Edmonton Oilers, have a few familiar faces who are going to bring some veteran leadership to a team that, after several years of futile drafting, has an abundance of top-rated prospects.