For fans of the Calgary Flames, there are really two teams that are remembered fondly in the heart-of-hearts. The first is rather obvious: the 1989 Stanley Cup team, when Cliff […]
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Oilers captain Andrew Ference is your 2014 King Clancy award winner. [Global News] What exactly is Craig MacTavish doing? [Oilers Rig] Edmonton is on a mission to improve their defence. […]
For the eighth consecutive season, the Edmonton Oilers aren’t going to the playoffs. A top heavy draft and a 28th overall finish means that the Oil will get a pretty […]
In 2010, Taylor Hall’s draft year, there was a seemingly endless debate over who should be the number one pick. Would it be Taylor Hall, or Tyler Seguin? Both had […]
Justin Schultz is the next Oilers young gun ready to cash in on a new contract. With the trio of Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins locked up long […]
If you look at the additions Edmonton Oilers GM Craig MacTavish has made this season, there’s a trend that becomes apparent. Andrew Ference, Boyd Gordon, Matt Hendricks, Ben Scrivens and […]
As the Boston Bruins touched down Sunday evening in Boston, having completed a four-game road trip with games in Toronto, Ontario; Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta; and Vancouver, British Columbia, they […]
Ilya Bryzgalov pitched a shut-out in his first full game with the Oilers. He dropped the second of a back-to-back against the Blue Jackets allowing four goals on 23 shots. […]
November is a month of recognizing how much people have to be thankful for. Within the month, people in the United States sit down to celebrate Thanksgiving Day on the […]
Over this past offseason, it was pretty apparent that the Oilers had many needs and a number of holes to fill. Three of the most glaring were a top pairing […]
This season alone, the Bruins will face an absurd amount of former teammates from their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship run. All former teammates who switched jerseys this past offseason after playing a crucial role in the Bruins’ success in winning their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. However no matter what anyone says, there’s no bigger contest than tonight when the Bruins play against the Florida Panthers, anchored by goaltender Tim Thomas, the most important piece of the 2011 Bruins’ Championship team.
It’s been no secret that the Edmonton Oilers defense has been a source of inconsistency and an area that the team has needed to upgrade. They made some strides this […]