Nothing says ‘there is a long way to go’ like seeing another team in the same position. Since the beginning of the 2013-14 season, the Buffalo Sabres have won 55 games—eight fewer than Edmonton’s 63 over the same time period. This is the nadir for both teams, or so we hope.


WEEKEND UPDATE! – The ?? squad has won 5 of 6. #Condorstown pic.twitter.com/ox4HXL1NKK— Bakersfield Condors (@Co… https://t.co/ayxSEUUFmZ — TikTiks Edmonton (@TikTiksEdmonton) November 23, 2015 It was a very strong week for Edmonton Oilers prospects, highlighted by a goal-scoring binge in California. Among the stars of the week, Bogdan Yakimov’s return to game action was especially…


First Star, Worst Star: December 6, 2015

It’s that time of year again; Christmas parties, strolls through the snow, egg nog spiked with rum, irresponsible spending of money. And it’s that time of the week again; time for First Star, Worst Star: GOALIES EDITION!

Are the Edmonton Oilers actually this bad?

View image | gettyimages.com The article Mike Brophy wrote for the Hockey News recently got me thinking about the Oilers and whether they’re actually as bad as their record suggests. He essentially said that it’s absurd how bad the Oilers are after drafting first overall four times in the past six years, and that the league should…


An Oiler Atrocity

Atrocity is a pretty strong word. Usually it’s reserved for describing events involving death and destruction…or at least Justin Schultz’ own zone coverage. Using it to describe the possibility of Edmonton winning another lottery is just a little over the top, but you can understand the sentiment a bit.