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.
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.
Despite once again looking like the best player on the planet, Connor McDavid may not be the Hart Trophy favourite. Here’s why.
As the Oilers enter the final stretch of the season, I felt as though they could probably use some of my expert advise again.
After an encouraging start to the Jay Woodcroft era, the Oilers seem completely broken and I’m not sure if they can be fixed.
Despite going 1-2 in their trip down south, the Oilers showed that they might actually be good.
May as well call the race now, because Jay Woodcroft already has the Jack Adams locked up.
I’ve had enough of Ken Holland and Dave Tippett, so I have come up with my own foolproof plan to save the Oilers season.
The Oilers just obliterated Montreal on national television, but before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s just keep in mind how truly terrible the Habs are.
Over the past decade, the Oilers have had some booms and some busts in the first round. Let’s take a look back at these picks and see who I think should’ve been taken instead.