SJS:

3

WPG:

2

Final

EDM:

3

BUF:

2

Final

CGY:

5

DAL:

4

Final

OTT:

0

CHI:

5

Final

NSH:

3

VAN:

4

Final

WSH:

2

LAK:

4

Final

Western Conference

Avalanche Review and Preview

Check on the Avs fans in your life; they’re on quite a rollercoaster right now.  The Avalanche went into the road trip top of the division with eight wins in the last ten games and had a 12-6-1 record. It seemed like it would be a standard road trip, with the Boston Bruins being the […]

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Is Dustin Schwartz Really The Problem?

As the Oilers have opened up the season with a goalie controversy only 16 games in, there has been quite a bit of finger-pointing at Dustin Schwartz. Mostly negative. Most are about how new Oiler Jack Campbell has started his season with abysmal numbers. Through 10 games this season, Jack Campbell has a record of […]

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Zach Hyman: A Great First Impression

Before Joining The Oilers On July 1st of 2021, the Oilers opened up free agency by announcing the signing of Zach Hyman, a Toronto Maple Leaf for the previous six seasons. In the NHL Entry Draft, Hyman was drafted 123rd overall by the Florida Panthers. Leading up to the draft, Hyman played in the Central […]

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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, […]

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Geekie excited to pursue NHL career after inking entry-level contract

Conor Geekie stood by his word that he was looking forward to Arizona’s weather. “I love it; I’m pumped. I love going outside, and I even walked to the mall the other day, and I know some people think that’s a little crazy, but it was a lot of fun, and I’m enjoying myself here,” […]

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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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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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Opinion: Losing Puljujarvi Would Be a Big Blunder for Oilers

Since joining the Oilers in 2016, after being selected 4th overall in the NHL Entry Draft, Jesse Puljujarvi has had a rocky relationship with the Oilers. From getting sent back up and down, dealing with injuries, and even leaving the team for a season, it’s safe to say Puljujarvi and the Oilers haven’t always been […]

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Enough Is Enough

The Edmonton Oilers are fighting for two things right now: A) a playoff spot and B) goaltending. Mike Smith is currently holding back the Oilers in both categories as his tough play continued last night against the 2nd worst team in the league, the Montreal Canadiens. Smith faced 28 shots and got scored on four […]

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DeBoer grabs win 500 as Golden Knights get back on track

On a micro-scale, last night was a big spot for the Golden Knights to get back in the win column after losing two straight and going 4-5-1 in their last ten games. On a macro-scale, it was a monumental night for head coach Peter DeBoer, earning his 500th career regular-season coaching win. In his so […]

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