At least the first period was decent. Final Score: 5-2 Islanders
To quote the legendary Bob Cole. Everything. Is. Happening. From a content perspective, the Edmonton Oilers are the gift that keeps on giving. It’s been a busy 48 hours the organization, here’s my best attempt at breaking it all down.
Re-acquired and it feels so good! The Oilers have brought Sam Gagner back into the organization with a Saturday morning deal that saw Ryan Spooner get sent to the Vancouver Canucks. The team has also recalled Gagner from the Toronto Marlies (AHL) and the expectation is that he will be in the lineup tonight when…
The Oilers have lost eight of their last nine games and they’re winless on their current three-game Eastern Conference road trip. They’ll look to get back in the win column against the Islanders in Brooklyn tonight. Here are your game day notes.
According to the Edmonton Oilers’ Twitter account, the team has placed Matt Benning on the injured reserve and recalled the newly acquired Sam Gagner from the Toronto Marlies.
According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, the Edmonton Oilers have traded Ryan Spooner to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for Sam Gagner. No salary was retained in the deal.
Welcome, friends, to yet another Saturday edition of the GDB as our beloved Edmonton Oilers get themselves set for a matchup against the New York Islanders. Is today the day the Oilers right the ship? We’re only a few hours from finding out.
Nothing has gone right for the Oilers as of late. They’ve dropped eight of their last nine games, they’re closer to dead last in the league than they are a wild card spot, and it seems inevitable that they’re going to end up on the outside looking in at the conclusion of yet another disappointing…
Well, it has finally happened. After weeks of speculation, Cam Talbot has been dealt to the Philadelphia Flyers for goaltender, Anthony Stolarz. The trade is one for one. *shudders*
Decent effort, unfortunate result. Final Score: 3-1 Hurricanes
Welcome, friends, to a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio! This week, we were happy to welcome Rob Schremp to the show to talk about life after hockey, his new venture with VEDA Sport, the Oilers’ GM search, and life with the London Knights.
I was wrong. Again. At various parts of last season, I felt it was the most disappointing and frustrating season in Edmonton Oilers history. They’d ended a 10-year playoff drought in 2017, and won the first round in six games over San Jose before losing in seven games to Anaheim. It was supposed to be…