We hosted our season opener party at The Pint on Saturday and, as you all surely know, the Oilers gave us a lot of reasons to drink. Here’s what happens when you’re 2:00 AM drunk at 4:00 PM.
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins was noticeably absent from the Oilers’ first practice back in North America on Monday. In his place on the top line was extra forward Drake Caggiula, but Jason Gregor reports that Nugent-Hopkins is expected to be ready for Edmonton’s game against the Bruins in Boston on Thursday.
The history of goaltending in Edmonton Oilers past is full of legends and duds alike. There were stars like Bill Ranford, Curtis Joseph, Tommy Salo, and Dwayne Roloson as well as the more forgettable Mike Morrison, Tyler Bunz, Bob Dupuis, and Steve Passmore. At the top of the legends list has to be the one…
According to the Bakersfield Condors’ Twitter account, Ethan Bear and Shane Starrett’s tour of duty with the Oilers has come to an end, at least for now. After returning from Europe and landing in Boston, both players were added back to the Condors’ active roster today.
As my venture overseas wraps up and I fly to Edmonton through Frankfurt and Vancouver I thought I’d look back on my time in the small (er than Edmonton) Western coastal city of Gothenburg. Shall we?
Have you ever been confused about who would win a hockey game and who would suffer the crushing blow of defeat? Have you ever planned on spending your mortgage money on a hockey game, but required some assistance in ensuring that you make an accurate selection? Well, you’re in luck!
Hi everybody! We’re back with another Nation Donair Tour stop. This week we dove into some cheese donairs from Sir Donair! It’s a special Skip the Dishes episode this week as we ordered these donairs into Nation HQ.
Previously I was speaking about the Fan Fest just outside of the friendly confines of Lanxess Arena in Koln. It bears repeating again how great that time was. The beer was flowing and there were 100’s of fans “pregaming” with kids playing ball hockey, giveaways and others. This was all leading up to doors opening…
The bittersweet train ride from our hotel out to the Munich was a quick one. Sad to have to leave but excited to be heading to Oilers hockey in Cologne. Lots to update you on so let’s get to it!
When I last left you updated on this spectacular voyage to Europe with our beloved Oilers I was just arriving in Munich and while writing about it the European death cold I contracted was taking a hold of me. As you can see I am still alive, barely but here I am let you know…
One of the many ongoing questions we had throughout this summer was how our goaltender prospects were going to be handled. Sure, this may not be as pressing news as the Jason Garrison signing earlier, but with the recently added goaltenders at this years draft, I have been waiting patiently for this news.
October 1st, 1999 will forever be remembered as the day the greatest player to ever play the game of hockey had his jersey retired by the Edmonton Oilers.