Despite losing their two best players following their playoff loss to the Oilers, the Flames have completely reloaded their roster and the Battle of Alberta seems as alive as ever.
Brownie’s back with the companion piece to his Hero Hockey Club, that’s right it’s the Villains! See who floats and who doesn’t play a 200ft game.
Coming off the team’s best season in well over a decade, Ken Holland has, somewhat surprisingly, had a very good offseason thus far.
There’ll be plenty more to discuss during the offseason, but for now, I only have a few thing to say about the Oilers miraculous playoff run.
With just two days to go until the start of the Western Conference Finals, here’s what you need to know entering the series.
Just like in round one, a dominant game three has the Oilers in the drivers seat of the series. Unlike last time though, they need to take advantage of the momentum they have.
It’s impossible to put into words how good Connor McDavid is at this point, but I guess I’ll give it a shot.
To put it bluntly, the Oilers were trash in game 4 against the Kings, but how concerned should we really be?
The regular season is over, so nothing that happened over the last 7 months mattered. All that matters now is vibes, and the Oilers have some good ones.
After months of Mike Smith to start the season, when the Oilers needed him most, Schmidty has officially returned.