It looks like Ken Holland is going to dip into the European free agent market again. A few weeks after inking Swedish winger Joakim Nygard to a one-year deal, a report from Switzerland indicates the Oilers are closing in on a deal with centre Gaëtan Haas of SC Bern.
With their second pick at this past week’s NHL Draft, the Edmonton Oilers selected forward Raphael Lavoie from the Halifax Mooseheads at 38th overall. According to many rankings and mock drafts, Lavoie was expected to get taken somewhere in the first round, but ended up slipping to the Oilers who were eager to select a…
Welcome, citizens, to a brand new episode of the Real Life Podcast to finish off your Monday. This week, the boys were happy to welcome Ryan Byks to the show to talk a little bit about the Oilers and a whole lot about wrestling.
The Edmonton Oilers have used their 2019 eighth-overall pick on Swedish defenceman Philip Broberg. The Oilers reached a bit on Broberg. Most rankings had the smooth-skating rearguard around 14, so it’s possible the Oilers could have traded down and still got Broberg. Still, it’s not a huge difference.
With Philip Broberg being selected eighth overall at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, we wanted to put together a collection of scouting reports and highlights to give Oilers fans a better idea of what kind of player they’ve brought into the fold. While the Edmonton Oilers selected Broberg slightly higher than he was listed on…
Welcome, Nation, to another edition of the award-winning Monday Mailbag! Here we are on the first Monday after the NHL Draft and it’s time to get recap the weekend and get ourselves set for free agency. Once again, the mailbag is here to help you kill off a few minutes of company time with 3000…
“Get rid of the shootout (and) just play the three-on-three until a team dies.” Those, my friends, are the wise words of Columbus Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella — and he’s right.
With all the moaning and groaning by some fans in the wake of Edmonton Oilers’ POHO and GM Ken Holland taking Swede Philip Broberg with the eighth overall selection at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft in Vancouver, veteran columnist Terry Jones decided to pluck the low-hanging fruit.
The Oilers added another group of prospects to the pipeline on Saturday and a couple of them have managed to work their way into my post-draft Top Ten.
With their sixth and final pick at the 2019 NHL Draft, the Edmonton Oilers selected centreman, Maxim Denezhkin, at 193rd overall.
With their fifth selection at the 2019 NHL Draft, the Edmonton Oilers drafted centreman Tomas Mazura out of Kimball Union Academy.
Heading into the fourth round, the Edmonton Oilers had already grabbed a defenceman, a forward, and a goalie and they followed that up by selecting forward Matej Blumel with the 100th overall pick.