It’s the first time since 1971 that all of Canada is experiencing a white Christmas. But really, who cares?
Why do many feel the need to change the culture of hockey? Does it seem broken to you?
On the twelfth day of Christmas my true love gave to me…
In the post below I examine the match-ups that each set of forwards and defence met against Phoenix. We’ve seen enough of the defence pairings to have a bit of a track record, so I thought I’d compare the pairings MacTavish/Huddy are rolling out now
I haven’t been keeping up with the line match-ups; I have a finite amount of time, and this hobby eats up way too much of it as it is.
We aren’t quite what happened yesterday on the nation.
You’ll forgive us if we aren’t exactly wetting our pants in anticipation of the game tonight.
The team’s 23-year old top scorer managed 28 goals and only 57 points. Only one defenceman managed more than 24 points.
Tomorrow the Oilers play host to Wayne Gretzky and the Phoenix Coytoes. The Coyotes are currently 7th in the West, with 36 points
We don’t know for sure that Friday marked the beginning of the end of Robert Nilsson’s days as a member of the Edmonton Oilers, but it sure sounded like it to listen to coach Craig MacTavish.
On GDB29 we now famously prayed to Santa – the God of all presents and good things happening around the holidays for a foursome of wins.
After questioning what exactly was going through the mind of Craig MacTavish to even contemplate putting Dustin Penner back on the RW, it seems that MacT has come to his senses.