Oilers: Adjusting to a Season Without Klefbom

We don’t know for sure, but it’s pretty likely that the Edmonton Oilers will be without defenceman Oscar Klefbom for the 2020-2021 season. The blueliner led the Oilers in ice time last season, averaging over 25 minutes a game. He scored 34 points in 62 games, including five goals. Klefbom’s shoulder has caused issues throughContinue reading “Oilers: Adjusting to a Season Without Klefbom”

Senators: Slumping Ottawa Steals One Against Oilers

The Ottawa Senators picked up a much-needed win Wednesday night, polishing off the Edmonton Oilers by a final score of 5-2. The victory came after losing 5-2 to the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday, so it was an interesting and rare look at how the Senators could bounce back. They’ve swallowed a pile of tough lossesContinue reading “Senators: Slumping Ottawa Steals One Against Oilers”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Edmonton Oilers

There’s a new general manager and a new coach in Edmonton and the Oilers are hoping they’ve finally found the combination for whatever’s locked them out of the post-season for a dozen of the last 13 seasons. Ken Holland is the new general manager, hired in May, and Dave Tippett is the new head coach.Continue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Edmonton Oilers”

Oilers: Hitchcock Changing Culture of Hockey in Edmonton

The Edmonton Oilers have been finding ways to win under head coach Ken Hitchcock and that’s transforming the culture of the team one game at a time. After wrapping up the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night by a final score of 3-2, the team improved to 3-1-1 under the new guy. How is thisContinue reading “Oilers: Hitchcock Changing Culture of Hockey in Edmonton”