As the trade deadline approaches and the final stretch of the season looms, here are some things you need to watch for from the Oilers.
Category: Pacific Division
If it wasn’t already obvious, the Oilers are finally looking good, and their 7-3 win over the Blackhawks was just another showing of their recent dominance.
Set to a background soundtrack of deafening boos, Johnny Hockey hit the ice in Calgary for the first time since his departure.
After looking like the league’s most mediocre team for most of the season, the Oilers are finally starting to look good, hopefully for real.
Halfway through the season the Oilers are barely in possession of a playoff spot and need to get hot if they plan on making a run this year.
With winter now underway and the holiday season upon us, it’s the perfect time to make a wish list for Ken Holland and co.
I’ve seen enough, Stuart Skinner is unequivocally him and the Oilers finally have their guy in net, even if it’s not who they were expecting.
With the Sharks on track to miss the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, what changes should be made going forward?
Things looked real good, then REAL bad, and now they’re normal.
In thinking about the Oilers I often come up with questions that are completely unanswerable, so instead of answering them, I’m just going to make you all listen to me ramble.