The Edmonton Oilers won’t be as tough with Steve MacIntyre out of the line-up with a fractured orbital bone, but they just got a whole lot nastier with the acquisition of Jesse Boulerice.
Even as someone who can piss and moan with the best, it gets sickening listening to the whining and excuses offered up after the Edmonton Oilers 5–4 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday.
Apparently unable to grasp the concept that points in November are just as valuable as those fought for during the hair-on-fire stretch drive days of March and April, the Edmonton Oilers blew off a deuce they might need in their 5–4 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets.
It was always easy for me to tell when Raffi Torres was going to do something
Thank goodness for back-to-back wins against the Carolina Hurricanes and Philadelphia Flyers.
With Wanye Gretz, The Warrior, Tony Fiorello, Al Nagy and fingernails on a blackboard somehow being overlooked, Bob Stauffer will be the voice of the Edmonton Oilers on 630 CHED for the next seven games.
Who will do the radio play-by-play on 630 CHED for the Edmonton Oilers upcoming seven-game road trip?
“I can’t think of too many teams who’ve had better goaltending than Mathieu’s given us.
There’s been an uproar rippling through the Oilogosphere since Dave Berry of the website Covered in Oil was caught contravening the Edmonton Oilers policy on live blogging
Short of having the soundtrack from Rocky playing in the Edmonton Oilers dressing room, there isn’t anything missing from the feel-good story that is Steve MacIntyre’s ascent to the NHL.
“Get giddy. The next few years are going to be a lot of fun in Edmonton.” — Terry Jones, Edmonton Sun
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, maybe OilersNation is making some waves on the interweb.