That was oddly familiar and equally upsetting. Final Score: 6-5 Wild
The Edmonton Oilers are through 40 percent of their games in the 2019-20 season. Their 18-11-4 start is still a huge success, even with a 1-2-1 homestand and losses against Vancouver, Ottawa and Buffalo. Let’s check which Oilers are trending up and down after 33 games.
The Edmonton Oilers head on the road for one game as they take on the Wild from Minnesota. This starts a tough stretch of games to end the year for the Oilers as they face a handful of strong opponents starting tonight as the Wild are red hot going 6-1-3 in their last 10 games.
The saying/quote, “Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me,” is often very accurate in my world. At some point, we have to take ownership of what occurs in our life, but I will openly admit despite knowing what to expect I will still watch tonight’s game against the Minnesota Wild.
Welcome to “2 Guys and a Goalie,” starring Dustin Nielson, Joaquin Gage, and Matt Kassian and presented by Odds Shark, Popeye’s Louisiana Chicken, and Sports Clips Haircuts. The show focuses on stories, notes, transactions, and everything else happening all around the NHL and the world of hockey. Gager’s away, so Dusty and Kass start off…
If you’ve checked the comments section of any Edmonton Oilers fan site over the last week or so, you’ve seen the angst growing day by day as the Oilers have frittered away the 7-1-0 start that finally had a lot of people feeling pretty good about their team. Is it any wonder? Well, no.
In the tight Western Conference games against most west opponents seems more important than ever. The Oilers sit in first place in the Pacific Division, but they are only six points ahead of ninth place Vancouver, who have two games in hand. Minnesota is seven points back, also with two games in hand, and with…
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Edmonton Oilers will be trying to maintain their tenuous grasp on first place in the Pacific Division standings when they visit the Minnesota Wild on Thursday as +110 underdogs on the NHL odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.