Robin Brownlee
September 17 2015 08:00AM

Anybody who plays almost 1,000 games in the NHL, as Dean McAmmond did, can’t be labelled a disappointment. For me, though, McAmmond, who played 303 regular season games with the Edmonton Oilers, was one of those players who leaves you wanting more.

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Oiler rookies vs. U of A Bears

Jason Gregor
September 16 2015 01:27PM

The Oilers rookies and U of A Golden Bears will meet for the 25th time tonight, but tonight's tilt will be the first played at Rexall Place. The previous 24 were played at the storied Clare Drake Arena, but Connor McDavid's arrival created a huge demand for tickets so they moved locations.

The Bears lead the series 13-11, but the Oilers did win 4-2 last year on goals from Bogdan Yakimov, Travis Ewanyk, Mitch Holmberg and Kellen Jones. The first game was played in 1988 and they played 22 consecutive years until 2009. Then it stopped for a few years, before starting up again in 2013 and 2014.

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Capilano Rehab Centre Injury Report - September 16, 2015

Chris the Intern
September 16 2015 01:14PM

Capilano Rehab Centre

Haven’t heard of the Capilano Rehab Centre? Well you will know about it now. Starting today, I, Chris The Intern, will be bringing you weekly injury reports on our beloved Edmonton Oilers and their next of kin, the Bakersfield Condors. I will be discussing the latest team injuries, and with some help from our friends over at the Capilano Rehab Centre, maybe give a helpful tip on preventing or healing said injury.

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Robin Brownlee
September 16 2015 11:11AM


Like you, I’m looking forward to seeing Connor McDavid when he and a roster of Edmonton Oilers’ prospects strap it on against the Alberta Golden Bears tonight at Rexall Place.

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WWYDW: The Plan for Justin Schultz

Jonathan Willis
September 16 2015 08:00AM


Any general manager needs to have some idea of the way forward. In the case of the Edmonton Oilers, the path is obvious in some cases. Connor McDavid, for example, should be a fixture for as long as he’s healthy and willing to play in Edmonton. On the other end of the scale, expensive stopgaps like Teddy Purcell and Nikita Nikitin are unlikely to get another contract with the Oilers.

That brings us to Justin Schultz, the undeniably talented and exceedingly controversial defenceman who could plausibly be with Edmonton for another 10 years or be gone within the next 10 months. Armchair general managers, your question this week is this: What would your plan for Schultz look like?

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