Oilersnation Everyday: Another disappointing night in Minnesota

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Liam Horrobin
6 months ago
The Edmonton Oilers’ awful start to the season continued last night. After a promising first two periods, the Oilers folded in the third period, allowing five goals to the Minnesota Wild. Another game that they had in their hands slips away.
Is it now time to worry about this team? That’s the question floating around the capital city today, with the Oilers now sitting at 1-4-1. Tyler Yaremchuk and Liam Horrobin will discuss that in today’s edition of Oilersnation Everyday. Join the two of them at noon mountain time for a good ole vent session about our beloved Oilers. You can leave your thoughts in the Century Mile Racetrack and Casino live chat by subscribing to the Oilersnation YouTube channel. 
Despite the bad result, there were a few positives to take away from last night’s defeat. Evander Kane seems to have got the ball rolling now after scoring a goal and an assist last night, along with a fight versus Brandon Duhaime. Additionally, Philip Broberg showed promise from the blueline but his minutes are still being restricted. Finally, Jack Campbell performed well between the pipes making some grade-A saves; however, the defence in front of him didn’t help him enough to earn the win.
Also, on today’s show, Bruce Curlock from Oilersnation will join the guys. The three of them will discuss what’s going on down in Bakersfield with the Condors, some potential call ups and the Oilers change of systems.
Last but not least, they will take a look around the sports world tonight with “The Menu”, brought to you by DoorDash, where you can get 25% off your first order by using the promo code NATION25.

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Viewers can catch Tyler Yaremchuk and Liam Horrobin on Oilersnation Everyday on the Oilersnation YouTube Channel. You can also view the show on Twitter and Facebook. After the show has streamed live, you can find it on all your podcast providers.

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