Embed from Getty Images The Edmonton Oilers released their 2016-17 regular season schedule this morning. There are some games of note, some long road trips, back-to-backs and everything in between. Here’s what you need to know.
McDavid and Hall making it look easy. ? #worldchampionship #oilers A video posted by OilersNation (@officialoilersnation) on May 9, 2016 at 12:34pm PDT ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA – Taylor Hall and Connor McDavid haven’t played together much during the first six games of the IIHF World Championship, but when they have, the results have been…
In a surprise to no one Connor McDavid has been nominated for the Calder trophy. McDavid is going up against defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere, and 48-year old Antemi Panarin. Who will win? That is yet to be seen. Who should win? It’s obvious.
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Connor McDavid is officially in the nest. He won’t play with the Bakersfield Condors, but he will get into a series of practices and game-day skates just as he did on Tuesday ahead of the Condors game against the Manitoba Moose.
After the Oilers held their annual skills competition, Connor McDavid revealed that he will be spending the all-star break practicing with the Condors. He won’t be playing the game he loves, just practicing.
It was the news we all knew was coming, but that doesn’t make it any easier to take. Connor McDavid will undergo surgery to repair a broken clavicle and will be out of the lineup indefinitely.
New salary cap and it’s effect on teams, Mark Giordano’s asking price, a fight between two first overall picks, Bieksa, Lucic, Bozak, McDavid and all the draft and trade news you can handle in this week’s Roundup.
Andrew Miller won the Barons’ scoring title, posting 60 points for the team in their final season. He was one of several Edmonton prospects who had a solid week across the hockey world.