After a disastrous loss to the Detroit Red Wings made it three straight stinkers for the Oilers, ownership and upper management finally decided that it was time for a new direction. According to Ryan Rishaug, the Edmonton Oilers have fired Peter Chiarelli.
That. Was. Ugly. Final Score: 3-2 Red Wings
The Oilers take on the Red Wings tonight and Cam and I are back with another One Minute Men episode!
For the last time before heading off into their bye week and All-Star Break, the Edmonton Oilers will look to get themselves back on track with a win against the Detroit Red Wings. Can they pull it off? The first step will be showing up.
The Oilers will have an opportunity to go into the All-Star break on a positive note with the Detroit Red Wings in town. Here are your game day notes.
Welcome, welcome, welcome, friends, to a brand new episode of the Real Life Podcast, the show where the boys set out an agenda for the hour but follow absolutely none of it. This week, the guys spend the hour trying to make sense of what’s going on with the Edmonton Oilers after they stumbled through…
Alright, it’s been a whole five minutes since Dustin Nielson finished his Monday Inside the Nation show and we’ve got breaking Oilers news on our hands. With that said, Dusty hopped right back on Facebook live to give his first reaction.
More transactions! What a day this is turning out to be. According to Elliotte Freidman, the Oilers have inked Mikko Koskinen to a three-year extension worth $4.5 million annually.
We’re back with another fresh episode of Inside The Nation! The Oilers are coming off back-to-back EXTREMELY disappointing losses so Dusty had a lot to talk about in today’s episode.
Mark Messier accomplished a lot with the Oilers. He ranks third in franchise history with 1034 points and 851 games played, he won four Stanley Cups in the Wayne Gretzky era, and he captained the Oilers to their only non-Gretzky Cup in 1990. But beyond his performance with the team, his trade to the New York Rangers in…
The Oilers have made another roster transaction today, sending rookie defender Caleb Jones to the Bakersfield Condors of the AHL.
To borrow a page from Captain Obvious, there’s absolutely no doubt the Edmonton Oilers aren’t good enough to be anything more than fringe playoff contenders this season unless they make personnel changes. It’s just as obvious, at least from where I sit, GM Pete Chiarelli isn’t the man to make those changes. That’s not a…