Oilers Looking at Options as Playoffs Loom

The Edmonton Oilers walked out of Chicago on Saturday with a critical win against the Blackhawks, thus improving their record to 32-19-8. That’s good for second in the Pacific Division, two points ahead of the Anaheim Ducks and four points behind the division-leading San Jose Sharks. As of press time, the Oilers have scored 171Continue reading “Oilers Looking at Options as Playoffs Loom”

Things are Looking Up in Edmonton

Like the New York Rangers, the Edmonton Oilers are 2-1-0. And like the New York Rangers, the Edmonton Oilers have been able to score a lot of goals (14) early in the season. But while many expect the Rangers to do rather well down the stretch and ease into the post-season, expectations are a littleContinue reading “Things are Looking Up in Edmonton”

2016-2017 Season Preview: Edmonton Oilers

In 2015-2016, the Edmonton Oilers missed the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season. They put up a 31-43-8 record, good for last place in the Pacific Division and second last in the NHL. Only the Toronto Maple Leafs had fewer points. Over the course of 82 regular season games, Edmonton came up with 203 goalsContinue reading “2016-2017 Season Preview: Edmonton Oilers”