GDB 13.0: HOME ICE ADVANTAGE - Looking to bounce back

Jason Gregor
November 03 2015 04:43PM

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The Oilers need to bounce back after Saturday's disappointing loss to the Flames.

The Philadelphia Flyers have lost three straight, including a 4-1 setback in Vancouver last night and they enter Rexall Place with a 4-5-2 record. This is another team the Oilers need to beat. They will never improve if they can't compete and regularly defeat average teams like Philadelphia.

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Capilano Rehab Centre Injury Report - November 3, 2015

Chris the Intern
November 03 2015 03:24PM

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Buckle your seat belts, citizens! The Oilers have had a very busy week with players being dragged on and off the IR and I'm here to break it down for you. Having a large group of players on the IR at the same time makes for a jumbled mess when guys start to get healthy again. Chiarelli needs to think about making some decisions on who to send back down and who deserves a spot on the team. 

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Sitting Down with Jay Onrait

November 03 2015 08:00AM


Whether you know him from his time at TSN, FS1, or as the highlight guy from Global Saskatoon, Jay Onrait has certainly been a part of your sports life at one point or another. Jay Onrait has a new book (available now) and to help promote he was willing to spend a few minutes chatting with me about everything from growing up in rural Alberta to when the Oilers will win the Stanley Cup. This is part of our conversation.

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Nation World HQ
November 02 2015 04:55PM

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On Saturday night the Nation street team handed out Jordan Eberle masks to Oilers fans heading into Rexall Place for the latest edition Battle of Alberta. The instructions were simple - just take a selfie with the mask on and tag it with #ATBHomeIce and you were automatically entered to win. Today we announce the winner!

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Finally, some actual organizational depth

Jason Gregor
November 02 2015 02:53PM


It has taken a decade but for the first time since 2006, it is beginning to look like the Oilers have some actual, useful organizational depth. Having prospects is one thing, having players who increase your chances of being competitive in the NHL is a completely different story, and the Oilers finally have some young players who are not only able to fill in when injuries occur, but are also contributing in games.

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