Campbell Must Turn Around His Game for the Oilers
When it comes to the Edmonton Oilers, they are all offense all of the time. With guys like Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl, Evander Kane, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Zach Hyman, and Kailer Yamamoto, the puck will go in the net. The team’s offense has never really been a problem. It’s the goaltending that has hurt the Oilers. […]Read More
A Trade Is Going To Be Made…
It’s safe to say the off-season had been a win so far for Ken Holland, as he has made multiple great value signings this summer. With players like Evander Kane, Kailer Yamamoto, Jesse Puljujarvi, and Brett Kulak all re-signing sweet deals in Edmonton, the additions of starting goalie Jack Campbell and depth piece Mattias Janmark, […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
Where Will Ville Husso Land this Off-Season?
Now that the 2021-2022 season has come to a close with the Colorado Avalanche hoisting the Stanley Cup, other teams around the league can begin to map out their plans for free agency. While some teams have a ton of cap space and can throw money at UFAs and RFAs, some teams must be smart […]Read More
Would Ville Husso be a Good Fit for the Oilers?
2021-22 was the end of an era in Edmonton. The Mike Smith and Mikko Koskinen duo has been carrying the load between the pipes for the oilers for the last few seasons. Now that Koskinen has signed overseas with HC Lugano and Mike Smith’s retirement status is up in the air, Ken Holland will finally […]Read More
Pair Of Toronto Players Could Be Headed Out
The Season The Toronto Maple Leafs had a fantastic season. Mitch Marner was dominant. Auston Matthews scored 60 goals and would win the Hart Trophy. They would finish second in the Atlantic Division and gained home ice for the first round of the playoffs. Toronto was no slouch of a team and forced the defending […]Read More
Is Potential Mike Smith Retirement a Good Thing for the Oilers?
Mike Smith has been the “1A” goaltender in a 1A-1B tandem with Mikko Koskinen for the Edmonton Oilers over the past three years, helping them reach the playoffs in each of those three seasons. After the Oilers were eliminated via a sweep in the Western Conference Finals at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche, the […]Read More
Avalanche score two in third, defeat Oilers 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead
J.T. Compher lunged out of the penalty box and scored to give Colorado the lead with 7:18 left, and the Avalanche stunned the Edmonton Oilers’ 4-2 on Saturday night on their home ice to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Busted for tripping Leon Draisaitl just three minutes after Ryan McLeod nodded […]Read More
Series Preview – Western Conference Final: Oilers vs. Avalanche
Speed, skill, and tight-checking hockey. These are the three things that we saw throughout most of the regular-season matchups between these two teams. The Avs took the first two regular-season contests by scores of 3-2 in overtime and 2-1 in a shootout before the Oilers unleashed their firepower in a 6-3 win in their final […]Read More