After a big win in San Jose against the Sharks, the Oilers will continue their road trip with a match in Los Angeles with the last-place Kings.
About half-way through last season, the struggling Oilers moved Zack Kassian up to the top line in what seemed to be a classic pump-and-dump move. Kassian clicked with McDavid and Leon Draisaitl and his value certainly got pumped, but now, there’s no desire to dump him.
The future of Adam Larsson in Edmonton. The appetite for a Taylor Hall return to the Oilers. These are a couple of points of conversation that have lingered around all season. Let’s grab both topics and mash them into one.
After a commanding win over the Colorado Avalanche, the Oilers will look to keep the good times rolling against a surging Dallas Stars team. Here are your game day notes.
You can’t win them all. That’s the reality of being an NHL team. The schedule is long, hard, and gruelling, and you’re always going to have some bad games. The difference between mediocre teams and contenders, though, is the ability to make a bad game just that — one bad game.
According to the team’s official account, the Oilers have recalled Caleb Jones from AHL Bakersfield while placing Brandon Manning on the Injured Reserve.
Over the weekend, I did a What Would You Do Wednesday post in regards to how to handle the lineup when Adam Larsson returns to action. Larsson, of course, has been injured since fracturing his fibula in the team’s season opener and is reportedly set to return sometime next week.
The Oilers are set to embark on their first California road trip of the season. Things will kick off tonight with a game in Anaheim and then the team will head north to San Jose on Tuesday. Here are your game day notes.
We’re more than a month into the season and the Oilers still haven’t been able to ice their ideal blueline yet. Joel Persson was injured in pre-season and didn’t make his debut until the team’s second game of the year, which came immediately after Adam Larsson was placed on the Long-Term Injured Reserve due to…
While the first month of Edmonton’s season has been fantastic, there’s no doubt that the team is going to need a little bit of help in order to earn a playoff spot in the competitive Pacific Division.
We’re a month deep into the 2019-20 season and we now have a pretty clear idea of which teams are good and which teams aren’t. There’s still plenty of hockey left to be played, but let’s size up the competition in what seems to be a very challenging Pacific Division.
After a commanding 4-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Oilers finished the first month of the season with an impressive 9-4-1, good for top spot in the Pacific Division. They’ll kick off the month of November with a matinee game in Pittsburgh with the Penguins. Here are your game day notes.