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Koskinen Vs. Smith: The Battle Rages On?

Well, things are looking good here, Citizens. The Oilers’ record is a marvellous 17-9-3, American Thanksgiving has passed and they find themselves in a playoff position– sitting on the Pacific division throne- boast the number one powerplay and the second best penalty kill. Things are very good, indeed.

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GDB 29.0 Wrap Up: 50 in (almost) 30

Hello Nation, Saturday night was a rough one for the Edmonton Oilers against the Vancouver Canucks; they were outplayed by the Canucks’ bottom six scorers and Mike Smith had another forgettable night. The rare home-at-home against a divisional rival presented the Oilers with an opportunity to steal four points, create a gulf and bury the…

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By The Numbers: The Touch, The Power

Hello Nation, So this is going to show a little bit of age here, but how many of you are familiar with the brilliantly-written 80s song “The Touch” from The Transformers: The Movie? No? Yes? Either way, this is the song:

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GDB 25.0 Wrap Up: No Vegas Flu Here

The Edmonton Oilers rolled into The Strip to make amends for the poor effort they had in LA on Thursday take on the Vegas Golden Knights in the late game on Hockey Night in Canada. There was no visible sign of the Vegas flu inflicting the locker room this time. Here is a quick rundown…

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By the Numbers: Life is Good

Well, we’re just over a quarter of the way through the Edmonton Oilers’ 2019-20 season, with the team sporting a gorgeous 14-6-3 record after 23 games. They’re sitting upon the Pacific division throne with a three-point cushion on the second place Arizona Coyotes, and tied with the defending champion @St. Louis Blues as rulers of…

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GDB 19.0 Wrap Up: For the Moms

The Edmonton Oilers rolled into the Honda Center to take on the Anaheim Ducks (and processed to roll right over them). Connor McDavid scored a hattrick, Leon Draisaitl had four assists, and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins grew up a little bit more with two timely goals that set the team on its way. It was the first…

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The Edmonton Oilers: 2018 Vs. 2019

Well, the 2019-20 season is off to a fantastic start. After a bit of a rough two-game losing streak against the pesky Arizona Coyotes– which might’ve been one of the most boring games since Jacques Lemaire coached the Minnesota Wild in 2005– and the defending Stanley Cup champions St. Louis Blues, the Oilers bounced back…

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Game Notes: Oilers @ Blue Jackets

The Edmonton Oilers are looking to rebound tonight after a tough outing against the Detroit Red Wings, where they fell 3-1 at Little Caesars Arena to a team that was coming off an eight-game losing streak.