Sportswire icon. Getty Images. Connor McDavid is really, really, really ridiculously good at hockey. After scoring Edmonton’s Game 7 do-or-die opener against the Kings on Saturday night, McDavid made sure the Oilers weren’t going to miss and allow a late equalizer: Ice. To book. To call. For only the secondRead More →

The Edmonton Oilers take on the Pittsburgh Penguins in NHL action on Tuesday night at PPG Paints Arena. The Oilers were on a four-game winning streak before Columbus broke them with a 5-2 win on Sunday as Edmonton looked to get back on the winning side. Meanwhile, the Penguins willRead More →

With only four games on the NHL schedule tonight, none are more important than the Dallas Stars against the Edmonton Oilers. Edmonton currently sits in second place in the Pacific Division while Dallas clings to the last playoff spot in the West with the Golden Knights four points behind them.Read More →

Breadcrumb Links Edmonton Oilers What the Oilers needed was an optimistic workout to clear their heads and get to work on the areas of the game that let them down so badly in Minnesota. Edmonton Oilers goaltender Mikko Koskinen (19) clears the puck as Minnesota Wild’s Kirill Kaprizov (97) battlesRead More →

Toronto Maple Leafs may not be close to seeing highly touted college prospect Matthew Knies get dressed, but the Edmonton Oilers are close to signing their own college prospect, Carter Savoie. “That’s what’s going to happen,” Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman said during the 32 Thoughts segment on Hockey Night in CanadaRead More →

BLUES AT OILERS When: Friday, April 1 at 8 p.m. CTOr: Rogers Place in Edmonton, ABLook: Bally Sports Midwest, Bally Sports AppListen: 101 ESPN, Blues app TEAM SNAPSHOT BLUES While March has seen some tough times, the St. Louis Blues are hopeful they have weathered the storm and are headingRead More →

It’s Daryl “Razor” Reaugh’s Bobblehead night at the American Airlines Center as the Dallas Stars return home for a game against the Edmonton Oilers. Stars & Oilers tight in playoff race Technically, the Stars aren’t chasing the Oilers in the playoff race. Edmonton currently sits third in the Pacific DivisionRead More →

After a disappointing loss to Montreal Canadiensthe Edmonton Oilers defeated the Queen Elizabeth II to face their provincial rivals, the Calgary Flames. The Oilers have won the first two meetings of the season. Going into this game, the Flames sat atop the Pacific Division and the Oilers found themselves onRead More →

The Oilers have a one-game pit stop in Edmonton before heading east for games in Montreal, Ottawa and Washington before the All-Star break. Back-to-back wins over Calgary and Vancouver gave the Oilers a much-needed boost and they’ll get another one with the return of Zack Hyman tonight. And they’ll needRead More →

Happy Wednesday, online friends, and welcome to another chapter in your old buddy Baggedmilk’s radio adventures. As I do every week, I hopped on air with the boys on The Locker Room for a quick segment to talk about the Oilers while offering my views on all that’s going onRead More →

As bad as the Edmonton Oilers have looked over the past six weeks, one couldn’t help but wonder if this group had hit rock bottom. After last night’s devastating 6-4 loss to the Ottawa Senators, we now officially have our answer. The errors were numerous and continue to appear. WhetherRead More →

BLUE VS. OILERS When: Wednesday December 29 at 7:30 p.m.Or: Business Center in St. Louis, MOLook: Bally Sports Midwest, Bally Sports appListen: 101 ESPN, NHL appTickets: Online at ticketmaster.com TEAM SNAPSHOT BLUE The St. Louis Blues will play their first game in 10 days on Wednesday after three games wereRead More →

The Boston Bruins’ travel plans have been delayed due to an illness unrelated to COVID affecting their team. They usually like to fly west a day early and practice before playing, but that didn’t happen this time around as they arrived in Vancouver on Tuesday night and then lost 2-1.Read More →

In today’s recap of NHL rumors, a number of coaches and executives were fired within 24 hours. What’s next for the Vancouver Canucks and Philadelphia Flyers? Meanwhile, Connor McDavid was fined 5 minutes and an extreme misconduct penalty for boarding Sunday night. Is he considering a potential suspension? Is JustinRead More →