GDB Wrap Up 44.0: Welcome Home, TayTay

January 12 2017 10:31PM

Make It Rain

Big Sexy 2.0 with three points and the game winner. Back the Brinks truck up, Pete. Sorry, Taylor. Final Score: 3-2 Oilers in OT

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GDB 44.0: Seeing your Ex

Jason Gregor
January 12 2017 01:35PM

Game Day

(photoshop: @isuckatpicking)

Adam Larsson experienced it last Saturday, playing his first game in his old city against his former team. "It was awkward, and I think tonight will be much easier for me," he said.

Tonight Taylor Hall will return to Edmonton for the first time, and after playing the Oilers on Saturday, Hall thinks tonight will be easier for him, although he admitted it has been different being back in Edmonton for the first time since the trade.

"I've never stayed in a hotel in Edmonton," he laughed. "The game isn't about me. We need a win and hopefully we can start the road trip on a good note."

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Oilers recall Brossoit

Zach Laing
January 12 2017 08:00AM

Yesterday afternoon, the Oilers announced they recalled Laurent Brossoit from the Bakersfield Condors while they assigned Jonas Gustavsson to the AHL.

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The Capilano Rehab Injury Report

Chris the Intern
January 12 2017 07:00AM


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Brandon Davidson missed a couple games due to a sore tummy sickness and we went 0-2. Better than a shoulder injury I guess. No need to fear, he just needed a few days off and he'll be back in the lineup tonight against New Jersey. 

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WWYDW: Scoring Woes

Jonathan Willis
January 11 2017 09:53PM


Over the last 10 games, Patrick Maroon has scored seven even-strength goals, which is a fantastic total. The remainder of the Edmonton Oilers roster has scored just 10, which is a much less impressive number. Nix the goals that Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl tallied, as well as that of injured forward Tyler Pitlick, and Maroon has as many even-strength goals in that span as every healthy bottom-nine forward on the team put together.

In this week’s edition of What Would You Do Wednesday, we ask what our readers would do to address the problem.

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