Edmonton Oilers defenceman Oscar Klefbom will be out for the next two-to-three weeks with a shoulder injury, the club announced.
Edmonton Oilers F Leon Draisaitl continues to make waves across the NHL and has been named the first star of the week.
The Edmonton Oilers director of player development Scott Howson has been selected as the American Hockey League’s president and CEO. The new job will take effect on July 1st this year and will replace David Andrews, who is retiring after 26 years.
This morning, the Edmonton Oilers have recalled Markus Granlund from the Bakersfield Condors and placed Connor McDavid on the IR retroactive to Feb. 9 pertaining to the quad injury suffered against the Nashville Predators.
The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Joakim Nygard to a one-year extension, the club announced Tuesday.
Only a few hours after the team assigned F Tyler Benson to the Bakersfield Condors, the Edmonton Oilers have announced the recall of C Colby Cave from the minor league club.
Edmonton Oilers F Tyler Benson has been assigned to the AHL’s Bakersfield Condors. Benson, 21, was recalled by the club on Jan. 30 and appeared in two games for the Oilers.
The Edmonton Oilers have displayed an interest in two players from the Montreal Canadiens, Sportsnet’s Eric Engels reports. First, Engels reported that the Oilers, and Calgary Flames, have expressed “varying degrees of interest” in Canadiens F Ilya Kovalchuk.
Edmonton Oilers F Joakim Nygard will be out six-to-eight weeks after receiving surgery on a broken hand. The Swedish forward was injured on Jan. 29 when he blocked a shot against the Calgary Flames.
Edmonton Oilers rookie Tyler Benson is set to make his NHL debut tonight against the San Jose Sharks. Benson, 21, was recalled by the club a week ago today.
As the Edmonton Oilers gauge their plans for this year’s trade deadline, reports are surfacing the team has looked into Montreal Canadiens F Tomas Tatar. The report from Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman was apart of this weekly 31 thoughts column.
Edmonton Oilers and Hockey Canada legend Ryan Smyth has been named to the 2020 IIHF Hall of Fame class. The announcement came Tuesday morning for ‘Captain Canada,’ who played in dozens upon dozens of international games for Canada.