We’re now a day out from Ryan Nugent-Hopkins putting pen to paper on an eight-year, $41-million contract with the Edmonton Oilers.
It’s June 30th, which in the past meant that the first official day of a new NHL season was coming up tomorrow and the first day that unrestricted free agents are open to sign with whatever team they’d like. That’s not the case this season, as the NHL’s adjusted calendar has free agency opening on…
The weekend is nearly here and that means we’re back with a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to make sense of everything that’s happened here in Edmonton and around the NHL over the last seven days. On this week’s show, we looked at the Ryan Nugent-Hopkins contract extension, McDavid adds to his trophy case,…
The Oilers decided to Keep Nuge Forever.
Leon Draisaitl finished second in NHL scoring with 84 points. But he didn’t make the second All-star team. Was it a snub? How many other top scoring forwards didn’t make the first or second team all-star squad? I decided to take a dive into previous years and see what occurred.
Happy Wednesday, everybody, and welcome to another chapter of your ol’ pal Baggedmilk’s adventures in radio. As I do every week, I jumped on the air with the boys on The Locker Room for a quick segment to talk about the Oilers while also offering my takes on anything else that’s going on in the…
2021 NHL Draft Countdown No. 75-71: Kyle Masters, Olivier Nadeau, Viljami Marjala, Aleksi Malinen, James Malatesta
Welcome to OilersNation’s 2021 Draft Countdown, powered by FCHockey. Over the next few weeks leading up to the draft, we’ll be rounding up scouting reports, quotes, and videos about the Top-100 prospects available. Here are aggregated profiles on Kyle Masters, Olivier Nadeau, Viljami Marjala, Aleksi Malinen, and James Malatesta
The NHL announced on Tuesday that Adam Fox was voted as the 2021 Norris Trophy winner.
Surprise! Just kidding, nobody should be surprised by this news.
Earlier this morning news dropped that the Edmonton Oilers would be re-signing UFA forward Ryan Nugent-Hopkins to an eight-year contract extension paying him an AAV of $5.125-million.
It looks like Ryan Nugent-Hopkins will become only the second player in franchise history to play 1,000 games with the Edmonton Oilers. RNH has signed an eight-year deal with a $5.125m AAV to remain in Edmonton according to TSN’s Ryan Rishaug.
Having attended the type of availability commissioner Gary Bettman granted media yesterday a time or two, I’ve seen him deliver the same kind of jaw-dropping answers with a straight face reporters got before the Tampa Bay Lightning lapped the Montreal Canadiens 5-1 in the first game of the Stanley Cup final.