Better Lait Than Never: The Oilers are ruining my mood and I need them to stop… please.
By baggedmilk1 month ago
Is there anything better than getting your weekly episode of Better Lait Than Never earlier than expected? Of course not, don’t be ridiculous. On this week’s podcast, there was plenty to talk about as the Oilers dropped their third straight game, lost Connor McDavid for the next few games, and I’m spending the rest of my Wednesday preparing for tonight’s Tool concert.
To kick off this week’s podcast, I got started with a few housekeeping items from shipping out those contest hoodies to watching games at Nation HQ with the squad. That led me to a preview of Sunday’s Heritage Classic and how that game isn’t shaping up the way so many of us would have expected since both the Oilers and Flames are struggling so badly. On the bright side, I’m going to the Tool concert at Rogers Place tonight, which excites me to be able to show up to the rink and not be stressing about what the Oilers may or may not do on any given night. And with our beloved hockey team at the front of my mind, I dove into what’s been happening over the last week and how things seem to be getting worse and not better. Starting with Connor McDavid’s upper-body injury, the hits keep coming for an Oilers team that just cannot seem to find any traction. The mistakes they’re making are numerous, and while we all know that can happen, the real problem is that most of these avoidable issues are winding up in the back of the net. Lastly, I wrapped up the episode with another Righteous Sack Beating and a fresh round of voicemails to get your take on everything that’s been happening since last week’s episode. Oh, and subscribe to my YouTube channel.
Listen to this week’s episode of BLTN below:
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