It probably isn’t a good idea to read Rob Tychkowski’s latest column if you’re at all a fan of Dustin Penner, as I am.
There have been a lot of articles the last few days stating that the Oilers desperately need to boost their offense at the trade deadline.
Anybody remember Daniel Briere?
I was going to go out to Millennium Place today and watch the Edmonton Oilers, but I’ve come down with whatever’s laid the rest of my family low and decided to stay home.
I sat through the entire game last night in glorious HD. High-def was the only thing glorious about it.
As per TSN.ca, the Anaheim Ducks have sent forward Chris Kunitz and prospect Eric Tangradi to Pittsburgh in exchange for defenseman Ryan Whitney.
The Oilers will get a lift tonight when Fernando Pisani returns to the ice for the first time since Nov 17th, a span of 42 games. He will skate with Moreau and Cogliano, while Stortini returns to his usual spot on the fourth line with Reddox and Brodziak.
With trade deadline nearly upon us, it’s probably useful to revisit last season’s moves.
Unless somebody jabs Steve Tambellini in the backside with a syringe of sodium pentothal, the only poop we’re going to get on what the Edmonton Oilers might do by the NHL’s March 4 trade deadline will come from armchair general managers.
On February 24th 2009, Edmonton Oilers Head Coach Craig MacTavish locked eyes with an Oilers fan sitting behind the bench prior to the game against the Tampa Bay Lightning. This is their story.
Vinny, Vinny, Vinny and the Bolts. Or maybe it is Marty, Marty, Marty and the Bolts because after those two, the Bolts don’t have much.
I’ve always enjoyed the game of chess.