Kailer Yamamoto named WHL Player of the Week

It took a while for Kailer Yamamoto to find his groove in the WHL, but the Oilers’ first-round pick from 2017 has been tearing it up as of late. As a result, he’s been named WHL Player of the Week. It’s the first time this season he’s been given the honours.


NHL: Too many missed calls

Despite a call for crackdowns on obstruction, holding and hand slashing, NHL teams in 2017/2018 still have the fifth lowest PP/game average over the past 54 seasons. Despite more speed among the elite players of the game, they are managing to get fewer powerplays than ever before.


Monday Mailbag – Fixing goal reviews

Can you believe it’s been a week since the last mailbag? I guess¬†time flies when you’re banging your head against the wall, trying to figure out what the hell is going on with this hockey team. As always, you’ve submitted your questions and I’ve sent them off to our panel of mental warlords for their…


Around The Pacific: Logjam at the All-Star break

The Golden Knights are running away with the division while a logjam in the middle is being created between San Jose, Calgary, Anaheim, and Los Angeles. The Oilers could be a little closer to a playoff spot, but all these losses to the Buffalo Sabres are adding up.