Some interesting line up moves for tonight’s game. It looks like Craig MacTavish has decided to send two veterans a message
While the Oilers are satisfied with their start, it is way too early to think they are out of the woods and on the road to a division title.
With so much focus on the three-headed goalie monster, Sam Gagner’s slump, the MacBlender and Wanye losing another bet, hardly anyone has mentioned one of the few consistent positives for the Oilers this season
With the Oilers finally getting some offence, and specifically their offensive leader Ales Hemsky, many are wondering why Hemsky doesn’t play more minutes.
The MacBlender is out again, although this time it’s on low rather than high.
With the Oilers having a harder time scoring than Wanye’s sister at Buddy’s, it is time to wonder if an SOS from Springfield is necessary.
The Oilers might want to try a new pre-game routine, or get a new alarm clock because they have been snoozing through most of the first periods so far this season.
Dwayne Roloson will get his second start of the season tonight.
Ales Hemsky needs to play better.
Sheldon Souray skated today for the first time since being injured in Calgary on Friday.
For the first time since 1985, the Oilers are 4–0 to open the season, and more importantly they are 3–0 within the NW division.
It looks like the second head of the Oilers’ three-headed goaltending monster will make an appearance in Calgary on Friday.