Another Wednesday in self-isolation is here, and that means a fresh opportunity for your ol’ pal Baggedmilk to jump on the air with the boys at The Locker Room to talk about what’s going on in the NHL and life while also trying to have a few laughs at the same time.
As time goes along, more and more events will unfortunately need to be cancelled due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve already heard recently about the cancellation of Edmonton’s Fringe Festival and Folk Music Festival, and, in the coming days, we’re expected to hear the official cancellation of the Hlinka-Gretzky U18 Tournament.
This has been one of the more strange playoff series so far I have seen of all the streams. Game One the Oilers blew the doors off with shot after shot but Rittich stood tall and only by the grace of Mikko Koskinen were the Oil able to win 1-0. Game Two started like a…
A bittersweet moment of the trade deadline was when news broke that Sam Gagner was getting shipped to Detroit.
It was today in 1987 that a two-goal performance from Glenn Anderson helped lead the Edmonton Oilers to victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
In a conversation with The Associated Press over the weekend, Wayne Gretzky said that he is hopeful that hockey will be able to come back for some kind of conclusion during the summer.
Starting tonight at 6pm MT, Sportsnet will be airing the 1987 Stanley Cup Finals between the Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers.
Another week in quarantine means a brand new episode of the Real Life Podcast is here to try and keep you entertained for an hour while trying to ignore the real world. This week, the guys looked at podcast game, Live Nation’s new cancellation policy, fanless sporting events, and a lot more.
Jesse Puljujarvi is up for an award after a successful season playing in Finland.
Doug Weight was the Oilers’ best player for much of his eight seasons in Edmonton. From 1993/1994 to 2000/2001 Weight was the leading offensive catalyst by a large margin. He scored 155 goals and 569 points in 575 games. Ryan Smyth was second in scoring with 133 goals and 260 points in 433 games. Weight…
I think everybody is aware that we aren’t going to be able to fill up crowded stadiums to watch professional sports any time soon. But watching sports on television? That’s a different animal, and it seems a return could be on the not-so-distant horizon.
Welcome, Nation, to a brand new edition of the Monday Mailbag! It’s already been more than a month since the NHL has suspended its season as a result of COVID-19, but you’ve still got hockey questions that need answers. Obviously, it’s a strange time right now but we still wanted to put together your questions…