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Deeper Blue

There have been more seasons than a few in the last decade when the Edmonton Oilers losing their top minute-muncher on the blueline would’ve represented a deficit they couldn’t overcome – at least not without a significant trade to fill the void – because they didn’t have the experience and depth to compensate.

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Team Canada Game Day Preview: Game Three vs Switzerland

The first two games of the tournament have been ugly for Team Canada. They beat up on Germany in their opening game and honestly, it was tough to watch. Their second game against Slovakia was ugly for a whole different reason. Canada just straight up did not play well. Yes, they still won the game…

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Oilers Prospect Update: Thinning the herd

This week’s prospect update cover boy is the Swedish world juniors captain, Philip Broberg. In a light update, due to players returning to Edmonton for training camp which will start in the New Year, the tournaments of both Broberg and Holloway will be highlighted. For Dylan Holloway, the news isn’t so positive right now: Dylan…

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Monday Mailbag – New Year’s Resolution for the Edmonton Oilers

Happy Monday, Internet friends, and welcome to a brand new Mailbag where I’ve taken your questions about life, emailed them to our writers, and copied and pasted their answers right here on this very website. This week, we’re looking at the New Year’s resolutions, goaltending concerns, the World Juniors, and a whole lot more. If…

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Team Canada Game Day Preview: Game Two vs Slovakia

Well, Canada’s tournament got off to a bit of an ugly start. Yes, they won their opening game, in an almost historic fashion, but I’ll be honest, it was tough to watch. Germany was playing for the second night in a row and had just 14 skaters due to COVID-19 issues. On the best of…