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The Edmonton Oilers have upgraded and the Vegas Golden Knights have moved sideways, but the Oilers will surprise and win the Pacific Division
Edmonton Oilers’ coach Dave Tippett speaks on what he’s looking for from his team heading into the final games of preseason.
Mike Smith comments on how the additions made this offseason will positively affect the Edmonton Oilers moving forward and into playoffs.
Connor McDavid has already shown he’s willing to call it like he sees it. It’s a hint that the NHL should be ready to listen.
Predicting the Edmonton Oilers defense pairings heading into the 2021-22 season after their offseason additions to their blueline.
The Edmonton Oilers are set to play a full 82-game schedule, and here are the top 10 must-watch games for the 2021-22 regular season.
From growing up in a small town in England, here are four things you might not know about Brendan Perlini.
The Edmonton Oilers have some very good sleeper picks that will fall deep into your drafts, make sure you are the one getting them.
With the 2021-22 NHL season on the horizon, it’s time to make some bold predictions of what lies ahead for the Edmonton Oilers.
A preview of the top 5 fantasy options from the Edmonton Oilers’ team and what stats and categories they cover the best.
Connor McDavid has a chance to add a new award to his collection this season: the Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy.
Tyler Benson has come out flying to start the 2021 training camp for the Edmonton Oilers. He has his sights set on a role with the team.
The Edmonton Oilers’ picture in net was flipped upside down by the news that Alex Stalock will be unable to play this season.
Did you know that Colton Sceviour only has 110 penalty minutes over 500 NHL games? Find out more about the Edmonton Oilers’ PTO forward.
As the Edmonton Oilers head into the 2021-22 season, there are many individual milestones you should keep an eye out for, here’s 10 for you.
The Edmonton Oilers look for success through the young guns, Cup contention, and players performing to the team’s standard
Projecting the Edmonton Oilers forward lines for the 2021-22 season ahead of training camp after a busy offseason.
Kailer Yamamoto signed a one-year, $1.175 million extension with the Oilers and it opens up some interesting options for the team.
We take a look at possible players on the Edmonton Oilers that may find themselves in a different city by the end of the season.
As the 2021-22 season gets underway in a month, Edmonton Oilers fans could be in line for a long-awaited breakthrough.
Everybody knows Zach Hyman because of his time in Toronto, but here are some things you may not know about the Edmonton Oilers forward.
While you know what to expect from the Edmonton Oilers’ stars, these guys may come out and surprise all of us this season.
The Edmonton Oilers may have the NHL’s best power play again this season. What’s scary is how good the second unit will be.
A look at the 3 untouchable prospects in the Edmonton Oilers’ organization: Evan Bouchard, Philip Broberg, and Dylan Holloway.
The Edmonton Oilers have owned the NHL’s best power play the last two seasons. Adding Hyman and Puljujarvi makes them more dangerous.
When the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers get together in 2021-22, the games will hold an extra importance.
The Oilers are looking to clinch a top spot in the Pacific division this season, and the team will be leaning on a pair of savvy veterans to have bounce back seasons to get there.
The Oilers sign Cody Ceci in hopes to fill the void that Adam Larsson left when he joined the Seattle Kraken.
Duncan Keith brings tons of experience to the Edmonton Oilers in hopes to help them get over the hump in 2021-22.
Jesse Puljujarvi is in a contract year, but there isn’t immense pressure to explode offensively in 2021-22. Why?
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