As reported yesterday, it’s all but confirmed that the City of Edmonton will be hosting hockey games as part of the NHL’s return-to-play.
After not participating at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, it appears that the NHL will allow players to play at the 2022 and 2026 Olympics.
All signs are pointing towards Edmonton being a host city for the NHL’s return-to-play.
A couple of NHL Network analysts believe that the Blackhawks will upset the Oilers in their five-game play-in series this summer.
The National Hockey League and its player association are nearing an agreement on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, ESPN’s Greg Wyshynski reported Friday.
Morning Coffee: NHLPA nearing tricky full-member vote on Return to Play and Collective Bargaining Agreement
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On June 26th, 2015, the Edmonton Oilers franchise changed forever after they were lucky enough to walk up to the podium and call out Connor McDavid’s name with the first overall pick.
The Edmonton Oilers will have goaltending prospect Oliver Rodrigue joining the team for training camp, OilersNation’s Jason Gregor reported.
Two major parts of the Edmonton Oilers organization have been named to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
A report surfacing out of Finland says that Jesse Puljujarvi and his agent haven’t negotiated a new contract with Kärpät Oulu, the team he played for last year.
The NHL is planning to open training camps in the next couple of weeks and it appears as though Philip Broberg will be joining the Oilers in Edmonton.
According to a couple of different reports on Twitter, the NHL and its players will see changes to their current contracts as a means of getting back on the ice later on in the summer. Rather than the usual June 30th expiration, contracts set to wrap up this summer will now be extended until late…