Edmonton Oilers

Oilers: Internal Growth is the Key to a Successful 2022-23 Season

The Edmonton Oilers have succeeded thus far in their goal of bringing back the most significant personnel that got them to the Western Conference Finals last season, thanks to the subtraction of some of their more bloated contracts. Edmonton managed to re-sign Evander Kane to a four-year deal worth $5.125m AVV and bring back Brett […]

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Edmonton Oilers Hire Former Bruin as Assistant Coach

The Edmonton Oilers announced hiring new assistant coach Mark Stuart on Wednesday. Stuart was an assistant at his alma mater Colorado College in 2021-22. This will be the former NHL defenseman’s first NHL coaching job. Stuart will assist Oilers’ Head Coach Jay Woodcroft with fellow assistants Glen Gulutzan and Dave Manson. Stuart was an assistant […]

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Report: Oilers come to terms on new contract with RFA Jesse Puljujarvi

When the season came to an end and teams began to decide what they would do regarding their restricted free agents, it seemed the Edmonton Oilers were ready to move on from one of their young forwards. Initially lacking cap space to get all their deals done while also bringing in outside players, the Oilers […]

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Puljujarvi or Yamamoto? Why Not Both?

The Edmonton Oilers took care of some important business during the first week of free agency, locking up a new starting goaltender in Jack Campbell and bringing back important pieces like Evander Kane and Brett Kulak. The Oilers have made most of their big moves, but they still have a few RFAs left to re-sign […]

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Top 10 NHL Free Agents of the 2022 Off-season

With Free agency opening today, July 13th at noon, all the craziness the NHL has seen to this point with the NHL Entry Draft, and all the trades that have been made should continue as some major names around the league gear up to switch teams. While some teams have plenty of cap space to […]

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Boston Bruins Free-Agent Hitting the Market Wednesday

Plenty of rumors swirling around the Boston Bruins lately. Captain Patrice Bergeron will decide soon on his future. David Krejci might be coming back. General manager Don Sweeney does not expect major moves will out use buyout options for players like Nick Foligno and does not anticipate using Long Term Injured Reserve (LTIR) for some […]

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Oilers Seem Ready to Say Goodbye to Evander Kane

Since joining the Oilers in late January, Kane immediately impacted the Oilers’ offense. In his first game against the Montreal Canadiens. When Kane joined the Oilers, they were both going through a very rough time. Kane, with his personal life having troubles left and right, and the Oilers seemingly free-falling in the standings to 5th […]

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Kane or Giroux – Which move makes the most sense for the Oilers?

Ken Holland has some big decisions ahead of him, with free agency looming and several necessary roster moves on the agenda. One of those moves will be figuring out what to do with Evander Kane. The Oilers signed Kane to a “show me” deal for one year at $2m last winter, and he passed the […]

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Duncan Keith Has Called It A Career

Per Pierre LeBrun, Duncan Keith has told the Edmonton Oilers he is officially retiring. The Oilers previously gave Keith a deadline of July 1st to let them know his plans, but after two deadline extensions, Keith has decided to hang them up. He might not be the only one on the Oilers to have played […]

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Oilers Trade Zack Kassian to Arizona Coyotes

After another rough season for Zack Kassian in Edmonton, which saw him put up 19 points in 58 games, Kassian found his name on the chopping block again. With multiple rumors swirling around about where he could be dealt, with teams like Columbus Blue Jackets and the Ottawa Senators being named, it all came to […]

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