When the Edmonton Oilers and Colorado Avalanche play, offence is often overflowing. It probably shouldn’t surprise us considering the top-end talent on both teams, but usually when these teams play the offence has the advantage. They have averaged 7.5 goals/game in their last ten meetings and the Oilers have won seven of them. Both teams…
Markus Granlund could be The Answer. Final Score: 4-3 Oilers in the shootout
The clock runs out on another week in Edmonton, Bakersfield, Wichita, and all around the world. That means it’s time for another Prospect Update.
Welcome, friends, to the second half of the back-to-back weekend, where our beloved Edmonton Oilers are only hours away from facing off against the Arizona Coyotes.
After a big win on the road against the Vegas Golden Knights, the Oilers will be back in action on Sunday night for a game in Arizona against the Coyotes.
The Edmonton Oilers rolled into The Strip to make amends for the poor effort they had in LA on Thursday take on the Vegas Golden Knights in the late game on Hockey Night in Canada. There was no visible sign of the Vegas flu inflicting the locker room this time. Here is a quick rundown…
After a disappointing 5-1 loss at the hands of the basement-dwelling Los Angeles Kings, the Edmonton Oilers will look to rebound tonight with a date in Vegas against the Golden Knights.
Happy game day, Nation! Here we are with a Saturday edition of the GDB to get ourselves ready for tonight’s Hockey Night in Canada matchup between the Edmonton Oilers and the Vegas Golden Knights.
Oilers are legit; Babcock fired in Toronto, but is he a fit in Calgary; revisiting the Schneider for Horvat trade; Gaudreau not on the move; would Barrie still work in Van and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Sumo Jerky.
I’m so tired and that was ugly. Final Score: 5-1 Kings
Happy game day, Nation! Here we are on a beautiful Thursday afternoon in the capital city and I’ve got a fresh GDB set to help us all get set for the Edmonton Oilers to take on the Los Angeles Kings for the second of four meetings this season.
After a big win in San Jose against the Sharks, the Oilers will continue their road trip with a match in Los Angeles with the last-place Kings.