Where Can the Oilers’ Offence Improve?

The Edmonton Oilers scored 285 goals last season, the most the organization has scored since 1992. They averaged 3.48 goals/game in 2022 which tied them with Tampa Bay for seventh best in the NHL and had them behind Florida, Toronto, St. Louis, Colorado, Minnesota and Calgary. The offence was a strength last season, and should…


From the Top

While there’s still work to do for Edmonton Oilers’ president and general manager Ken Holland with the off-season now stretching into the first week of August, the ink he’s already managed to get done is impressive from where I sit.


Weekly Rumours – The Quiet Days

Things are pretty quiet around the league right now. We got the big Matthew Tkachuk trade a few weeks ago and since then, there’s basically been no news except a few teams and players settling to avoid arbitration. For the Oilers specifically, I applaud Ken Holland for avoiding arbitration with both Puljujarvi and Yamamoto. I…


Canada Perfect In Group Stage With Win Over Sweden

Canada wrapped up their group stage play with a 3-0 win over Sweden, which was their toughest test yet and one they handled nicely. The Canadians controlled most of the game, limiting the Swedes to only 18 through 60 minutes.  Initially, it felt like the hosts were on their way to another comfortable victory when…