An Update On Nail Yakupov

Nail Yakupov - Edmonton Oilers

Nail Yakupov is starting to heat up in the KHL for his home club Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik. With a 2 goal and 1 assist performance he put up today, he now has 10 goals and 14 points in 13 games this […]

NHL Lockout: Stalemate

Gary A. Vasquez-US PRESSWIRE

Day 45 of the NHL Lockout and there is still no end in sight. Both sides are at an impasse with how the sliding scale should work over the term of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement. Both sides are still […]

The Oklahoma City Barons Through Seven Games

Anne-Marie Sorvin-US PRESSWIRE

  The Oklahoma City Barons have started the season with a great deal of optimism, starting the season with a 4-3-0 record through seven games. Some highlights, some low lights, but all in all some promising results from many of […]

A Review Of Recent Edmonton Oilers First Round Draft Picks 2007-2012

Michael Ivins-US PRESSWIRE


It’s Time For The Sides To Get Back To The Bargaining Table

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

A week has gone by since the two sides have swapped proposals.  On the surface, its good that things have gone quiet but on the flip side, its not good that either side is willing to budge from their stance. […]

Justin Schultz Making An Impression Early On This Season

Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE

Justin Schultz is showing the hockey world why he was worth all of the attention he was getting during the offseason. The former Anaheim Ducks draft pick signed as a free agent with the Edmonton Oilers which was the Ducks […]

NHL Rumors: Roberto Luongo To The Oilers?


Roberto Luongo has long been rumored to be leaving the Vancouver Canucks. The Toronto Maple Leafs have been mentioned as one of the destinations. The Florida Panthers have been mentioned as well. The Edmonton Oilers are rumored to have kicked some […]

Where Do We Go From Here: NHL vs. NHLPA


Today’s news about no agreement was met with a lot of doom and gloom. NHLPA came out with their 3 counterproposals which were all met with a “thumbs down” from the NHL owners and the stalemate is back on. What […]

Edmonton Oilers Arena Debate Has Hit A Stalemate

Tom Szczerbowski-US PRESSWIRE

In the latest talks between the Edmonton Oilers’ Katz Group and the City Of Edmonton, it seems that the details of the arena debate have come to a crossroads. Lots of bickering and pointing of fingers but little in terms […]

It’s The NHLPA’s Move


Word came down today that a 50-50 spilt in revenues was proposed by the NHL to the NHLPA, a sign that labour piece could be on the horizon. This is the first sign to fans that there could be hockey […]

Oklahoma City Splits Weekend Series With Lake Erie


The Oklahoma City Barons spilt two games with Lake Erie this past weekend, losing 2-1 on Friday night but winning the Saturday night game 3-2. Oklahoma City has a very well structured team so its not a surprise that the […]

NHL Rumors: Could Someone Lose Their Job If NHL Lockout Goes Too Long?


The NHL lockout of 2004-2005 saw the end of then NHLPA director Bob Goodenow, who was ousted as its lead man. Could the same fate be at hand for NHL and NHLPA leaders Gary Bettman and Donald Fehr if this […]