Oilers recall Brad Malone from Bakersfield

According to the Oilers’ Twitter account, the team has recalled Brad Malone from the Bakersfield Condors for his first NHL stint of the season. In 41 games with the Condors, Malone has amassed seven goals and 17 assists for 24 points, which currently slots in him sixth in overall team scoring. 


Top 5 Oilers Fights of 2018

This list was meant to be released on New Year’s day, but the internet is hard and I didn’t hit send so we figured that the bye week would be the perfect time for launch.


WWYDW: Fitting Andrej Sekera under the salary cap

The big boost everybody has been looking forward to is the return of Oscar Klefbom. The Oilers have gone into a tailspin since Klefbom got hurt back in early December, winning just five of 18 games since he was placed on the Injured Reserve. But then there’s also Andrej Sekera, the forgotten defenceman who has…


Mid-Season Top Ten Prospects

As the current Oilers get set to return to the ice this weekend in Philadelphia it’s time to take a look at how the future of the organization is stacking up. After chatting with a few sources I’ve put together the Oilers top ten prospects as of January 2019. The group continues to trend in…


Baggedmilk on #theLOCKERROOM: Movies, player parties, and Sam Gagner

It’s Wednesday and that means another round of your old pal Baggedmilk landing on the 95.7 Cruz FM airwaves to talk all things Edmonton Oilers and life in general. This week, we touched on a little bit of movie talk, players partying before games, and whether or not the Oilers should bring back Sam Gagner.


The race for the wild card is getting deeper

Since the last time I did a dive into the Western Conference standings, the race for the final few playoff spots has become even more competitive. While none of the teams beyond the Big Five of the West are world beaters, hot streaks from Arizona and St. Louis has made life Edmonton’s playoff pursuit more…


At Random: Get In or Get Out

The most impressive thing about Connor McDavid at the NHL all-star game wasn’t that he won the fastest skater competition for the third straight time. It’s how he handled all the questions thrown at him about his future with the Edmonton Oilers, even though he was obviously less than thrilled about the grilling he got.