via NHL.com On Saturday, Elliotte Friedman has a quick note on the Oilers. Elliotte reports “One thing I do think the Oilers are looking at is some depth forwards who are edgy or can grind a little bit. There’s a feeling that since Evander Kane is out that they’re easy to play against… can theyContinue reading “Friedman: The Oilers are looking for a forward with an edge.”
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The Oilers are in Trouble
Via Sportsnet Sigh. This article will be quite shorter than my usual ones. There’s a lot to talk about but to summarize, the Edmonton Oilers are not good enough. No matter how unworldly performances Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl are currently having, this organization is still barely over .500 in years eight and nine ofContinue reading “The Oilers are in Trouble”
A Quick Glance at the Oilers Slow Start
Via NHL.com Is it too early to panic five games into the season? Most likely. It’s typical in Oilers Country to do so. To start off the season, the Oilers have a record of 2-3-0. Certainly, not the start one was expecting them to have, but what caused this so far? There are a fewContinue reading “A Quick Glance at the Oilers Slow Start”
Expectations for the Edmonton Oilers This Season
Via NHL.com The Edmonton Oilers season starts this Wednesday and it’s the first time in a really, really long time that they’re entering the year as Stanley Cup contenders. The Oilers roster hasn’t changed all too much from the one that lost against the Avalanche in four, but there are some variables to consider andContinue reading “Expectations for the Edmonton Oilers This Season”
What to make of the Ryan Murray signing?
Via TheDenverPost The Edmonton Oilers announced Friday that they have signed Ryan Murray to a one year contract. Murray, coming off a Stanley Cup championship with the Colorado Avalanche, will add a depth presence to the Oilers blue-line. From @NHL_Sid who covers the Oilers at Oilersnation, he isn’t the best Rush Defender at all andContinue reading “What to make of the Ryan Murray signing?”
The Scoring Touch’s 2022 Trade Season Tracker
Via Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports List last updated 2:50 pm 3/21/22 St. Louis Scoops Leddy from Detroit St. Louis Receives: D Nick Leddy (50% retained), D Luke Witkowski Detroit Receives: F Oskar Sundqvist, D Jake Walman, 2023 2nd round selection Colorado Lands Lehkonen from Montreal Colorado Receives: F Artturi Lehkonen (50% retained) Montreal Receives: DContinue reading “The Scoring Touch’s 2022 Trade Season Tracker”
TST NHL Trade Target List: Pacific Division
Via Jason Franson *Bolded = Traded, far right colum is destination* Rickard Rakell W ANA 1 year Hampus Lindholm D ANA 1 year Maxime Comtois F ANA 2 years (RFA) Josh Manson D ANA 1 year COL Dillon Dube W CGY 3 years (RFA) Ryan McLeod C EDM 1 year (RFA) Kailer Yamamoto W EDMContinue reading “TST NHL Trade Target List: Pacific Division”
NHL Injury Report
Full roundup of all injuries and unavailable players from around the NHL, updated on the fly! Does not include players on COVID protocol list or in travel quarantine. Players with red text are on Injured Reserve (IR), and players with purple text are on Long-Term Injured Reserve (LTIR).
2021 Pro Try-Out Tracker
Via Yahoo Sports Currently, there are 12 players remaining on PTO’s (professional tryout contracts) at NHL training camps. Last updated: 10/11/21 @ 7:20pm ET Name Team Result D, Ben Hutton ANA Demoted to AHL San Diego F, Tobias Reider ANA Released F, Alex Galchenyuk ARZ Signed one-year, $750K contract D, Aaron Ness BOS Signed withContinue reading “2021 Pro Try-Out Tracker”
2021 Arena Capacity Tracker
An all new Arena Capacity Tracker for the 2021 season, with dated updates from all 31 NHL teams on their ability to host fans, or not, for home games this season.