Fresh off the presses! Here is the second quarter report card for the Oilers.
Let me apologize for the lameness of this post. Like Jason Arnott, “I just wasn’t into it tonight.”
Playing the San Jose Sharks is a tough task any night, but facing them without your best player makes it even harder.
While everyone is focusing on the debut of Mats Sundin tonight, Oilers fans will see Gilbert Brule on the first line for the first time.
Already down their first line RW, the Oilers might face the Islanders tonight without their first-line centre, as Shawn Horcoff will be a game-time decision with back spasms.
The cavalry isn’t coming and neither is Ales Hemsky. Hemsky spoke to the media today and he is still not feeling well enough to practice
The Tootoo train has derailed another player, and this one hurts the Oilers. Ales Hemsky won’t dress tonight, and is highly doubtful to play tomorrow in Calgary as well. Hemsky is still a bit fuzzy after taking a clean, but hard hit from Jordan Tootoo on Sunday night. Hemsky is playing the best hockey of…
In your last 22 games you’ve scored a measly two goals and four assists, your head coach benched you, publicly chastised your play and then sent you to the press box and you respond by skipping an optional practice.
How do you feel after gorging yourself with two dinners a day for three days?
It’s the first time since 1971 that all of Canada is experiencing a white Christmas. But really, who cares?
Why do many feel the need to change the culture of hockey? Does it seem broken to you?
After questioning what exactly was going through the mind of Craig MacTavish to even contemplate putting Dustin Penner back on the RW, it seems that MacT has come to his senses.