Show us something, kid

Laurent Brossoit isn’t going to settle any arguments about whether he’s a bonafide long-term option in goal for the Edmonton Oilers behind Cam Talbot no matter what he does in the crease against the Buffalo Sabres tonight. That said, it’s about time he at least made a case that he deserves a longer look.


Three Thoughts: A Win!

I don’t know if that 8-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday represented rock bottom for the Edmonton Oilers in what’s been an unquestionably terrible start to the season, but it’s as close to it as I’ve seen since Dallas Eakins was strutting around behind the bench and getting pissy with Taylor Hall…


Good Corsi, B.A.A.D Team

Oilers fans are rightfully upset at their team’s performance thus far. Expectations were sky high coming into the season, and they haven’t resembled anything close to the Stanley Cup Contender many thought they were. Fans don’t want to hear about Corsi and how this team is better than it’s shown. They’ve seen how poorly Edmonton’s…


Craig Button shreds Peter Chiarelli

Over on TSN 1260, Craig Button appeared on Dean Millard’s show and did not mince words when it came to what’s wrong with the Oilers. Unlike other media members that are blaming the players, Button shot at the guy that built the team. Big props to Rob Soria over at the Hockey Writers for being…


WWYDW: Drastic Measures?

What a mess. After an 8-3 spanking at the hands of the St. Louis Blues last night, the Oilers own a 7-12-2 record. They’re closer to being dead last in the league than they are to the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. They have only four wins in regulation and we’re through one…


Report: Oilers hunting for defence

Over on TSN, Darren Dreger appeared on Leafs Lunch to talk about an array of topics but eventually landed on the Oilers and their pursuit of a defenceman. Let’s break it down.


Can The Oilers Mirror the Flames?

Oilersnation is angry my friends, like an old man trying to send back soup at a deli. A 7-11-2 start is not what anyone expected. Even the most pessimistic fan didn’t expect the Oilers to be in 28th place at the 20-game mark. But here we are. I’m sure a comparison to their provincial rival…


Acquiring Defence: Edmonton vs. Toronto

Edmonton and Toronto were in similar positions after the 2014-15 season. Both franchises were coming off poor seasons, finishing in the bottom five of the standings, and needed major changes on defence. How did they rebuild their bluelines over the next three summers?