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Oilers assign Cave to Bakersfield

The Edmonton Oilers have assigned F Colby Cave to the Bakersfield Condors. In his second year with the organization, Cave struggled out the gate early this season after seeing some ice-time due to a Riley Sheahan injury.

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Everyone is buying in

James Neal. Man, what more can you say. An incredible start for a player who is looking to bounce back in a big way. It’s hard to not get excited at his four-goal game from last night, but it’s something he said earlier this morning that really caught my eye. And it wasn’t about his…

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Riding the hot hand

Mike Smith looked good in his first game as an Edmonton Oiler. There, I said it. But don’t tell me you weren’t thinking about it.

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Happy birthday, Kailer!

Today, Kailer Yamamoto turns the tender age of 21 years old. Now with the Bakersfield Condors he’s able to buy a beer in the states!

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Condors lay beatdown in preseason opener

It’s hockey season, folks. And for those keeping an eye on the Oilers AHL affiliate, the Bakersfield Condors, you know just what happened last night. For those who don’t, the Condors squad filled with most of the top Oilers prospects laid a beatdown on their division rival Stockton Heat in the teams first preseason matchup…

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The roster, patience, and what lies ahead

The Edmonton Oilers are one step closer to their opening day roster, says radio man Bob Stauffer. It comes at a time when the team has only three preseason matchup left ahead of their Oct. 2 opener against the Vancouver Canucks.

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Oilers newcomers adjusting to North American ice as preseason approaches

This offseason, the Edmonton Oilers took a few chances on some European free agents signing Joakin Nygard and Gaetan Haas. Combining those two with Oilers rookie Joel Persson, who also played last year in Europe, the team has three players brand new to the North American ice boasting a smaller rink than that across the…

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Thanks, Pete

As the days go by, and new contracts are signed for the NHL’s young superstars, I can’t help but say one thing. Thanks, Pete.