Oilersnation Radio: Nation Birthday Recap, Oilers wins, and Saying Goodbye to the Germans
By baggedmilk2 months ago
The Nation’s 15th Birthday party is in the books, the Oilers picked up a pair of key wins, and Mattias Ekholm continues to shine, which means we had plenty to talk about on the brand new Tuesday episode of Oilersnation Radio. On today’s show, we recapped Saturday’s party at the Pint Downtown, the wins over Seattle and San Jose, and a whole lot more
To kick off this week’s Tuesday podcast, we got started with a look at our friends at Oilersnation Germany and what were our favourite memories from the week with our crew from overseas. Whether it was having them meet Leon Draisaitl, the Devin Shore chants, or the energy they brought throughout their trip to Edmonton, the Germans were a bundle of energy that was so nice to have around and we’ll miss them greatly until the next time they come to town. From there, we looked at Oilersnation’s 15th Birthday which happened at the Pint Downtown on Saturday, and how it was an event that was absolutely incredible to be a part of thanks to the amazing support we get from Nation Citizens. Turning things back to the Oilers, we then talked about the last two wins over Seattle and San Jose and how they weren’t the prettiest you’ll ever see but you have to appreciate the way the Oilers closed them out anyway. Getting to individual players, we also talked about Jack Campbell’s continued struggles, Mattias Ekholm’s heater, and how Zach Hyman still can’t score without it being challenged. Lastly, we wrapped up the podcast with another riveting Word Association segment that Tyler spent literally seconds putting together.
Listen to the Tuesday episode of ON Radio below:
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