The Edmonton Oilers have excised the first-round demons and are heading to the second round of the NHL playoffs for the first time in five years.
The Edmonton Oilers extend the series with a clutch 4-2 win in Game 6 on the road in Los Angeles. After failing to show up on Tuesday night at Rogers Place, the Oilers found themselves down in the series for the second time, and while that in itself was extremely frustrating, most of it was…
The vivacious glow of a monumental comeback slipped from the Edmonton Oilers’ grasp as quickly as it arrived.
Some things to like, and so much to be upset about. Final Score: 5-4 Kings in OT I was lucky enough to be at the game on Sunday night, and let me tell you what it was like taking shit from every Kings fan I passed as we walked out of the arena. I’ve taken…
The Oilers dominated Games 2 and 3 with speed and physicality, getting on the Kings shift after shift so that they didn’t have any time or space to make plays.
Only one player showed up for the Edmonton Oilers in game four: Mike Smith. The other 18 skaters that dressed? Nowhere to be found.
The Los Angeles Kings returned home on Friday after an embarrassing loss in Game 2 in Edmonton looking to redeem themselves.
It was far from a perfect game for the Edmonton Oilers, but it was just enough to secure a massive game three win in Los Angeles.
It’s been a long time since we’ve seen the Oilers put together as dominant of a game in the playoffs as the one we saw on Wednesday night.
Thanks, Mike. Final Score: 4-3 Kings Wouldn’t it be funny to know how many manhours were lost today in the time leading up to puck drop? I don’t know about you fine folks, but I found it mighty difficult to focus on anything work-related today and I have a job that focuses specifically on this…
And just like that, as mysteriously as the regular season had arrived, it was gone. Final score: 3-2 SO.
Comeback szn is always in fashion. Final Score: 5-4 Oilers in OT