In a conversation with Hockey Portal, Oilers forward, Tomas Jurco, discussed his first season in Edmonton, his hip surgery, and what he expects going forward.
Though plenty is still up in the air, I think we can say with some amount of certainty that Ken Holland won’t be going big game hunting on the free-agent market this summer.
Game Three was one of the most watched streams we have put on so far. I can say I have selfishly really enjoyed putting these on and that was the most fun we have had yet. I look forward to tonight’s broadcast of the #Oilers and #Flames Game Four in the best-of-seven series, starting at…
Throwback Thursday: On this day in 1988, Mark Messier leads Edmonton Oilers to game three win over Calgary Flames
Welcome back to another edition of Throwback Thursday!
Another Thursday in quarantine means a brand new episode of the Real Life Podcast is here to try and keep you entertained for an hour while we all try to forget about the world for a little bit. This week, the guys looked at the Edmonton riverboat sinking, Rogers Place being rumoured as a possible…
The Edmonton Oilers have signed defenceman Filip Berglund, the Edmonton Journal’s Jim Matheson reported.
“We fear the unknown because we can’t anticipate the outcome,” – Anonymous. Change, while painful, can be good, and I think the NHL is primed for change when it returns. Whenever the NHL resumes play, it will likely be without fans in the stands to start. And when fans are allowed to return to arenas…
I started to take a look yesterday at the off-season that Ken Holland has ahead of him by walking through all of the restricted and unrestricted free agents on the Oilers’ roster. It becomes very clear very quickly that there won’t be much wiggle room to work with.
It was three years ago today that the Edmonton Oilers advanced past the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the playoffs.
For the past couple of weeks, we’ve spent a lot of time talking about neutral sites like North Dakota being in play as a means of getting the NHL back up and running, but based on the latest article from Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman, that idea appears to have reached the end of the road.
It’s been a brutal week for so many people on so many levels. As we remain hunkered down during this COVID-19 crisis, people across the country are losing their jobs, their businesses and their livelihoods. Worse still, their lives. This week, we’re reeling from the horrific and senseless slaughter in Nova Scotia.
Though a salary cap ceiling hasn’t been set for the 2020-21 season, logic indicates that it’ll remain flat for the next few years due to the revenue lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the off-season is going to be a lot more difficult for many teams than expected.