GDB 59.0: McDavid v. Bergeron (7pm MST, SNW)

Will we see a marquee matchup tonight? The reigning Hart Trophy and Art Ross winner, Connor McDavid, versus the best defensive forward in the NHL, Patrice Bergeron. Bergeron has won the Frank Selke Trophy (best defensive forward) in four of the last six seasons. He finished second in 2016 to Anze Kopitar and was second…


Quick Hits Oilers vs. Bruins: Slump Busters

Ryan Strome scored the game winner in Colorado on Sunday. It was his first goal in 23 games. “Maybe it will get the piano off my back,” he said post-game. Strome wasn’t the only Oilers carrying a piano, or monkey, on his back. Many Oilers are struggling through a goal-scoring slump.


GDB 57.0: Find a way (2pm MST, SNW)

After a disheartening loss to the Vegas Golden Knights on Thursday night, the Oilers are back in action this afternoon against the 31st place Arizona Coyotes. You’d think this is a game they’d have to win, right?! RIGHT!?


Game Day Quick Hits: Oilers at Golden Knights

The Oilers have been the Golden Knights’ kryptonite this season. Despite the two teams being in reverse spots in the standings from where they were expected to be, Edmonton has beaten Vegas in both of the team’s first two all-time meetings this year.


GDB 56.0: Role Reversal (8pm MST, SNW)

The Edmonton Oilers are 2-0 against the expansion Vegas Golden Knights. Vegas is 37-14-3 against the rest of the NHL, while the Oilers are 21-28-4 against everyone else. Most expected the Oilers to be a playoff team, while most expected Vegas to play like an expansion team, but with 27 games remaining Vegas leads the…


GDB 55.0: In Need of a Save (7pm MST, SNW)

The Oilers have shown many different deficiencies in their play throughout the season. It has been¬†frustrating and disappointing. The harsh reality of the NHL in 2018 is that without consistent goaltending, you have no chance of winning. Through 54 games, the Oilers goaltending hasn’t been good enough. Not close.


Game Day Quick Hits: Oilers at Ducks

For just the second time this season, the Oilers will face the team that took them down in last spring seven-game second round playoff series. We’ll be seeing a lot of the Ducks to close out the season, so hopefully, the Oilers can do some damage to their playoff hopes.