Edmonton Oilers Beat Colorado Avalanche Last Night

In their past three games, the Edmonton Oilers have garnered five out of a possible six points. These games were against San Jose, Vancouver and, last night, Colorado. The team has improved markedly since hitting their lowest point of the […]

Edmonton Oilers: News and notes

With a few days off during the NHL All Star Break, there are still plenty of intriguing story lines regarding the Edmonton Oilers. Here are some of them: -Will Tom Renney and Steve Tambellini be retained beyond this season? With […]

Edmonton Oilers: Pieces in Play at NHL Trade Deadline

The Edmonton Oilers will be sellers at this year’s trade deadline, and the obvious question is this: Who are they willing to move? The obvious answer is Ales Hemsky, who is in the final year of a 6 year contract […]

Edmonton Oilers: Previewing Tonight’s Game Against Calgary

The games don’t get any easier for the Edmonton Oilers, as they host provincial rivals the Calgary Flames tonight at Rexall Place.  The Oilers are 2-7-1 in their last 10 games, with two losses coming against the lowly Columbus Blue […]

Before Puckdrop: Previewing Edmonton/St. Louis Tonight

Edmonton enters tonight’s game against a streaking St. Louis Blues team.  Since firing Head Coach Davis Payne the team has gone 21-5-6 under Ken Hitchcock.  They are within two points of the NHL leading New York Rangers and Chicago Blackhawks […]

Edmonton Oilers Doomed from Start Against Columbus

The early signs pointed to an ominous night at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus. Before the game started, star forward Taylor Hall fell during the pregame warmup, and was subsequently cut by defenceman Corey Potter’s skate. The gash was above […]

Edmonton Oilers: Why 2012-13 May be the Most Important Year in Franchise History

I recently was on vacation in Phoenix, Arizona.  I was at a Calvin Klein outlet where I bumped into the Assistant General Manager of the WHL’s Saskatoon Blades Jarrod Brodsky.  We chatted for a few minutes, and at one point […]