If you’ve been following us on Twitter and Instagram, you probably already know that we relaunched NationBeer last month with the help of the fine folks at Dog Island Brewing, but what you may not know is how to get it. Thankfully, your ol’ pal Baggedmilk is here to help. With the long weekend upon…
The comeback of all comebacks got its legs 14 years ago today when the Edmonton Oilers beat the San Jose Sharks in game four of the 2006 playoffs. Jason Smith paced the Oilers with a goal and two assists, but before we get into that game four win, it’s important to remember what had happened…
NHL History: Grant Fuhr records shutout, Kevin McLelland scores as Edmonton Oilers win 1984 game one against New York Islanders
Kevin McLelland scored what was probably the most important goal of his career today in 1984.
NHL History: Mark Messier four-point night leads Edmonton Oilers to 1990 game four win over Blackhawks
In 1989-90, Mark Messier hit another level as a player with the Edmonton Oilers. He was always a good player and there was no denying that, but his second year post-Gretzky in Edmonton was tremendous.
The Bakersfield Condors announced the signing of two players Wednesday.
Petr Klima was an enigma in the NHL. He defected from Czechoslovakia to join Detroit in 1985, and went on to have a long 13-year career. Some of his best days in the league came during the five seasons he spent playing in Edmonton.
Talk about having a bad day.
Former Edmonton Oilers forward Georges Laraque has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
The Bakersfield Condors have signed a local boy in James Hamblin to a two-year AHL contract.
It was on this day in NHL history that Edmonton Oilers forward, Todd Marchant, scored the game winning goal in overtime to defeat the Dallas Stars and move his team into the Western Conference Semi-Finals.
The Bakersfield Condors have announced the signings of Brad Malone and Luke Esposito to two-year contract extensions.
It was on this day in NHL history that the Edmonton Oilers and Minnesota North Stars combined to set a playoff record for the most powerplay goals in a single game. On April 28th, 1984, the Oilers and North Stars combined to set an NHL record for the most powerplay goals in a single playoff…