If all goes according to plan, we’re a little over a month away from the puck dropping on the NHL’s 2021 season.
It’s a brisk and lovely Halloween morning here in the capital city with months still left to wait until the next season rolls around, and that’s given me plenty of time to think about what’s to come for the franchise and the league in general.
Remembering Joey Moss; What teams have money to spend; Grading Kyle Dubas and the Leafs offseason; Flames report cards; Will the Canucks take a step back; When will hockey really be for everyone and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Sumo Jerky.
While a lot of talk right now is centred around what the 2020/21 season will look like and when it will happen, I wanted to focus a little bit of time on something that will be taking place after the next season: the Expansion Draft for the Seattle Kraken.
It’s Friday afternoon and that means a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio is wrapped up, edited into a masterpiece, and here to get you set for the weekend. This week, we looked back at the amazing life of Joey Moss and what he meant to the Edmonton sports scene and the community at large.
This morning, I was looking around the Internet for something to write about when I stumbled across JoeyForever.ca, a website created as a place for fans to share their stories and memories about the great Joey Moss. Brian MacKay, the man behind the YMMfire.ca website that helped people search for accommodations after fleeing the wildfires…
It was on this day in NHL history that the Edmonton Oilers forward, Craig Simpson, scored his 100th career goal in a 5-2 loss against the Chicago Blackhawks. On October 30th, 1988, Craig Simpson recorded the 100th goal of his career at 13:59 of the first period in what turned out to be a losing…
Another Thursday is upon us which means a fresh episode of the Real Life Podcast is here to help you close out the week and get you set for practice retirement. On today’s episode, the guys looked back on the amazing life of Joey Moss, welcomed Sam Gagner to the show to tell stories about…
Though we don’t yet know when the NHL will return for the 2020-21 season, we know that we have the World Juniors to look forward to.
The flat salary cap frustrated a lot of teams. Before the pandemic hit, the expectation was that that the salary cap ceiling would be going up by at least $3 million. Obviously, that didn’t happen and teams had to make some tough decisions and let go of some players that they really didn’t want to….
The American Hockey League announced Wednesday morning that the league would be targeting a start date of February 5th.
Another Wednesday has landed on your calendars and that means it was time for your boy Baggedmilk to jump on the local radio airwaves with the boys from The Locker Room to talk a little bit about hockey and a lot about life.