Hockey fans in the United States are going to be seeing a lot of the Edmonton Oilers this season.
Alex Stalock is likely to miss all of 2021-22 due to a heart condition developed after contracting COVID-19
Here’s some scary news from Ken Holland’s press conference on Wednesday morning.
The Oilers announced that they’ll be raising Kevin Lowe’s No. 4 to the rafters on Nov. 5 when the team hosts the New York Rangers, which is fitting as Lowe won his sixth Stanley Cup with New York in 1994.
Evan Bouchard’s professional career has been quite a strange ride.
The good news is that the Baby Oilers took down the Baby Flames in the rookie camp version of the Battle of Alberta on Saturday night by a score of 4-3.
The Edmonton Oilers and Kailer Yamamoto have finally reached a deal.
Likely the biggest bright spot among Edmonton Oilers’ prospects last season was the performance of 2020 first-round pick Dylan Holloway.
The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting cooler, which means that hockey season is right around the corner.
Last summer, Philip Broberg came overseas and dazzled at the Oilers’ pre-playoff training camp. His performance was good enough to have him join the team in the bubble and even led to some speculation that he could suit up and make his NHL debut in the playoffs.
As I’ve mentioned multiple times throughout this prospect series, it’s been a big priority for the Oilers to draft forwards in the Ken Holland era.
A priority at the draft table for the Oilers in the Ken Holland era has been looking for high-quality forwards who can generate offence.
The Edmonton Oilers’ blueline is in a major state of transition right now.