The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting cooler, which means that hockey season is right around the corner.
Last week, we took a look at how the teams in the Pacific Division did last season and looked ahead at what to expect in 2021-22. Sticking with the theme of predictions, this week’s What Would You Do Wednesday will be about predicting next seasons’ award winners.
After one season of facing exclusively Canadian opponents, the Oilers will be headed back to the Pacific Division in 2021-22.
While it isn’t yet a guarantee, it looks as though NHL players will return to the Olympics in Beijing in 2022.
The heavy lifting of Ken Holland’s off-season is pretty much finished by this point.
After two years at the helm of the Edmonton Oilers, this summer represented Ken Holland’s first real opportunity to put his stamp on the team.
We’ve made our way through the busy period of the NHL off-season but there are still a few interesting names on the open market who could help the Oilers.
To be completely honest with you folks, I didn’t think I was going to be writing this post.
Things got really Wild today in Minnesota.
The Oilers inked the No. 1 overall pick from the 2011 draft to a long-term contract last week. Next up, they have the No. 4 overall pick from that same draft.
The Oilers decided to Keep Nuge Forever.
As we know by now, Ken Holland is going to have a very busy summer.