GQ Sports dropped a video today that features a conversation-style interview with Connor McDavid and Wayne Gretzky. The two get asked a handful of questions, ranging from their favourite memories made in the league to being a part of the Battle of Alberta to the pressures involved with playing in Edmonton.
The Edmonton Oilers will have a fully healthy lineup if the 2019-20 season resumes. According to Dave Tippett, both Joakim Nygard and Mike Green will be ready to play if the season gets underway as the league hopes.
In order to celebrate the Edmonton Oilers’ 40-year anniversary AND distract ourselves during this hockey-less nightmare, we’ll be re-living 40 amazing moments from Oilers history. Today, we have Petr Klima becoming the hero in triple-overtime in Game 1 of the 1990 Stanley Cup Final.
Here we are! After weeks of voting and difficult decisions, we’ve crowned a winner in each region and now we’re finally at the Final Four. It’s come down to Wayne Gretzky, Ryan Smyth, Doug Weight, and Connor McDavid.
In order to celebrate the Edmonton Oilers’ 40-year anniversary AND distract ourselves during this hockey-less nightmare, we’ll be re-living 40 amazing moments from Oilers history. Today, we have Nail Yakupov scoring a last-second, game-tying goal and his incredible celebration.
If there was one thing we knew Ken Holland would change around here, it was that the Edmonton Oilers would no longer be rushing prospects.
Jaromir Jagr had one of the most interesting career arcs in recent memory.
The Revisiting Series: Remember when the Oilers almost gave up four first-round picks for Thomas Vanek?
The post-2006 run was a weird time in Oil Country. We went from watching the Cup run team get torn apart to nearly giving up first-round picks for Thomas Vanek to Kevin Lowe nearly fighting Brian Burke in a barn.
The Trades That Shaped Us: How the Edmonton Oilers traded Wayne Gretzky and ended up with Gilbert Brule
The Trade. Those two words are all I have to say and you know exactly what I’m talking about.
Last week, we talked about the rumour around the Oilers having a fourth jersey coming to their collection for the 2020-21 season.
I don’t know whether or not we’ll see the 2019-20 season and playoff completed and I don’t even know if we’ll see the 2020-21 season started on time. What I do know, though, is that we’ll see an Expansion Draft next June as Seattle enters the league. So let’s talk about that.
Mike Bishai was an undrafted free agent who played 14 games with the Oilers never scoring a goal. Despite that, most Oilers fans know his name.