Post Tagged with: "Taylor Hall"

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Four Things that Need to be Better for the Oilers in 2014-15

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 […]

by · April 14, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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What Ryan Smyth Meant to the Oilers

In 1994, then Edmonton Oilers general manager Glen Sather was looking to draft a player with “lots of guts”. Edmonton believed they found their guy in an 18 year old […]

by · April 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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The Maturation Process of Taylor Hall

Taylor Hall is having his best season as a pro. He has eclipsed his previous careers highs in assists, points, games played and is tied for his career high in […]

by · April 10, 2014 · 1 comment · Edmonton Oilers
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The Evolution of Taylor Hall

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 […]

by · April 7, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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What Edmonton Can Learn From Colorado

Both the Edmonton Oilers and Colorado Avalanche have admittedly been in the rebuild process over the past half-decade (some would say longer). This has allowed each team to stockpile blue-chip […]

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Ryan Smyth on the Doorstep of History

The Edmonton Oilers season has been, in a word, terrible. The team has failed to produce on the ice, the coaching has been called into question, some fans have essentially […]

by · March 28, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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Battle of Alberta: Playoff Madness & More

The Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers have faced each other in hockey battle for four decades. The Battle of Alberta has seen its share of classic games. The teams […]

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Minnesota Wild Schedule: Post Olympic Preview

Now that the Olympic Games in Sochi have drawn to a close, the NHL will now enter into the home stretch of the season. With just five points separating the […]

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From the Waiver Wire: What Happened to Linus Omark?

In today’s internet driven society, it’s not uncommon for athletes to get run over the hype machine. Prospects are faced with an enormous amount of pressure, many times before they […]

by · February 7, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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Three Oilers Exceed Personal Bests in Three-Game Win Streak

The Edmonton Oilers broke a six-game losing skid against the Nashville Predators on Sunday night. They followed this up with a win in Vancouver on Monday, the first time this […]

by · January 31, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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Ben Scrivens Breaks Open the NHL Record Book

In a season where pretty much everything has gone wrong, it’s hard to find bright spots, or anything really worth celebrating. Going into their game against the San Jose Sharks, […]

by · January 30, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers
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Will Jordan Eberle be the Odd Man out in Edmonton?

The Oilers are bad. It’s been well documented this season more than ever before. Fans are calling for the dismissal of President of Hockey Operations Kevin Lowe. Media is criticizing […]

by · January 27, 2014 · 0 comments · Edmonton Oilers