What if the Oilers are just saving all of their energy until they face Western Conference teams? What if they’re just messing around with us by making us all worried and unhappy and then when they begin their Western trip in a couple weeks. BAM! They turn on the jets and play like we all…
When Adam Larsson was placed on the injured reserve back on Dec. 1, it was expected that he was only going to miss a week of action. Apparently that isn’t the case anymore, as the rugged defender suffered a setback in practice today and could be out longer than expected.
More bad news for Oilersnation today as the Edmonton Oilers have placed Cam Talbot on the injured reserve and recalled Nick Ellis from the Bakersfield Condors.
Is it a coincidence that as I’m writing this week’s injury report, news has broken out of the Oilers dressing room that Cam Talbot is injured and is questionable for Thursday’s game against Toronto? Why us? Why me?
It’s flu season here in Canada and right on time! If you care to take a look at my past injury reports over the years around this date, I’m sure I’ve discussed the flu bug that’s going through the team a few times. As expected, the flu has struck the Oilers and this time it…
Just as he seemed to be hitting his stride with the Oilers, Jujhar Khaira has been shoved to the sideline. Khaira won’t be in tonight’s lineup against the St. Louis Blues as the forward is reportedly dealing with an upper body injury.
You want an injury update, and I’ve got it for you. Excited?
Oilers fans rejoice. Friday morning, the Edmonton Oilers announced via their twitter that the team has recalled Jesse Puljujarvi. They also announced that Anton Slepyshev has been placed on the injured reserve.
According to Jack Michaels, Drake Caggiula has been ruled out for tomorrow’s rematch against the Devils and Anton Slepyshev will be a game time decision. Who will play 2RW? Place your bets.
Can you feel it? Andrej Sekera is nearing his return and it’s making me feel all tingly inside.
Now that’s a beautiful sight. It’s Andrej Sekera on the ice with the Oilers during their pre-game skate. He isn’t playing, of course, but it’s great to see the veteran defender back on the ice with the team because this represents a major step in his recovery process.
If you just came out from your rock today I’ll be the first one to tell you that Andrej Sekera is still out of the lineup from his knee injury that happened in the playoffs last season. Sekera has been skating on his own. When Reggie returns (in 2018) he’s going to be in for…