There were some very big weeks for a couple of prospects in the system this week. Josh Currie crushed it this week with four goals and three assists in his last four games. Both Travis Ewanyk and Chad Butcher reached 28 points on the year with the Thunder with four and five point weeks respectively….
The Oilers are in Anaheim for their third game against the Ducks this season.
This morning, the Edmonton Oilers announced that they had acquired forward, Pontus Aberg, from the Nashville Predators in exchange for soon to be unrestricted free agent, Mark Letestu. So what did the Oilers acquire in Aberg? At the very least, an option on the right side that can play now be it in Edmonton or…
It has happened, Mark Letestu’s time as an Oiler is finally over. He has been traded to the Nashville Predators for forward, Pontus Aberg.
The California road trip continues with a Sunday evening affair in Anaheim against the Ducks. After winning a thriller in Los Angeles last night (including a real life goal review!), you wonder how the Oilers fare will in the second half of a back-to-back weekend? Can they find the juice needed to extend the winning streak…
When was the last time the Oilers won a challenge? Can you ever remember? Well, they finally won one tonight as an NHL booth review overturned the game-tying goal in tonight’s win against the Kings.
Maybe Cam Talbot needs to swear at the NHL more often. Final Score: 4-3 Oilers
Earlier today, the Oilers dealt Brandon Davidson to the New York Islanders for a prospect. Soon after, they made a corresponding roster move by activating Andrej Sekera from the Injured Reserve and recalling forward Ty Rattie from the AHL.
The Oilers are back in Los Angeles seeking their first win against the Kings this season.
Let the firesale begin. The Oilers have shipped defenceman Brandon Davidson to the New York Islanders in exchange for a third-round pick in 2019.
It’s not necessarily the result we wanted, but at the end, of the day we have to be proud of the boys for their accomplishment.
According to Twitter historian, Mike Commito (you should really follow him if you don’t already), Wayne Gretzky made some NHL history on this day back in 1980. The Great One became the first player in NHL history to score 100 points in a single season before even hitting 20 years of age.