Chychrun on Oilers Radar? Puljujarvi, Bouchard, and Broberg All in Play for a $4M dman

This is your TL/DR (too long, didn’t read) summary post where excerpts are taken from the best of the best when it comes to Edmonton Oilers blogs. BLH gives you his two cents on the latest posts being published in the Oilogosphere! Including those from Lowetide.ca, The Athletic, Oilersnation, The Cult of Hockey, Copper N Blue, Oil on Whyte, and more! The latest NHL news, rumors, and speculation comes from all of the internet’s top sites like Spector’s Hockey, The Fourth Period, NHL Trade

Source: Beer League Heroes
Date: 2022-11-26

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Oilers’ Need a Strong December to Get Back Into Playoff Picture

It’s been an underwhelming 2022-23 NHL season for the Edmonton Oilers so far. The team has hovered around the .500 mark all season, winning one here and then losing the…

Source: The Hockey Writers
Date: 2022-11-26

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Game 21 2022-23: Oilers at Rangers

Game 21 2022-23: Oilers at Rangers

In the early days of my active hockey fandom, the New York Rangers were an interesting combination of young, hip and cool (Rod Gilbert), the twilight greats (Harry Howell specifically, my Dad had time for Don Marshall) and a bunch of exciting players like Jean Ratelle, Vic Hadfield, Brad Park and even goalie Ed Giacomin. I liked backup goalie Gilles Villemure the most, he had the saddest mask and somehow that resonated. Oh to be young again! The Nuge is posting career best boxcars so far t

Source: Lowetide
Date: 2022-11-26

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Risky Business: MSG bets for me

Risky Business is brought to you by NHL betting site Betway! The Oilers really need to win this hockey game. There is no way they can get swept on this New York area road trip. Right now, the boys are spinning their wheels and I can think of no better remedy than a big win against a good time at the world’s most famous arena. You know I’m right. Then again, the Oilers won the last matinee they played so maybe another matchup during daylight hours is what they need? Either way, the Edmonton

Source: Oilers Nation
Date: 2022-11-26

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How Evan Bouchard has faced some awful puck luck, and why it’s important to remain patient with him

As the Oilers move to a 10-10 record in the first quarter of the season and slip out of a playoff spot, there’s lots of blame going around. The majority of it is deserved, as the whole team has struggled. Edmonton’s offence, defence, and goaltending can all be at fault. The Oilers rank just 29th in the league in 5v5 goals per hour and 27th in 5v5 goals against per hour, meaning they’re struggling to score and they’re struggling to defend. Of course, Jack Campbell’s poor play hasn’t

Source: Oilers Nation
Date: 2022-11-26

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Crosby scores again against Flyers to lead Pittsburgh to win

Crosby scores again against Flyers to lead Pittsburgh to win

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ryan Poehling had two goals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins handed the Philadelphia Flyers their ninth straight loss with a 4-1 victory on Friday. Sidney Crosby and Josh Archibald also scored in Pittsburgh’s fifth consecutive victory. Teddy Blueger had three assists, and Tristan Jarry made 29 saves. “I just think we’re playing a more complete game,” Penguins coach Mike Sullivan said. “I feel like we’re playing a more conscientious game. I just give the players a l

Source: SportsNet
Date: 2022-11-26

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Game Notes: Edmonton Oilers @ New York Rangers

The Edmonton Oilers will look to salvage their three-game swing through New Jersey and New York when they take on the Rangers on Saturday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. 1. This is a head-to-head of teams who reached the Conference Finals last spring and are off to underwhelming starts in 2022-23. The Oilers, as we know, are 10-10 through the first quarter of the season and currently sit on the outside of the playoffs looking in. The Rangers, meanwhile, sit in the top wild-card spot in th

Source: Oilers Nation
Date: 2022-11-26

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Oilers Recall Philp Broberg

Oilers Recall Philp Broberg

Photo by Darcy Finley/NHLI via Getty ImagesMarkus Niemeläinen heads to Bakersfield The Oilers have recalled defenceman Phlip Broberg from Bakersfield. He was a participant in today’s practice, and is likely to make his season debut on the third pair for the Oilers in tomorrow’s matinee against the New York Rangers. Defenceman Markus Niemeläinen was sent to Bakersfield. Broberg has yet to play a game in Edmonton this season. The eighth overall selection in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft has

Source: Copper N Blue
Date: 2022-11-26

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Philip Broberg called up to help Edmonton Oilers blue line

NEW YORK — The original plan was that Philip Broberg would play his first game of the season seven weeks ago on opening night. Read More

Source: The Edmonton Sun
Date: 2022-11-26

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Oilersnation Radio: Oilers need to stop the bleeding and it needs to happen now

Another Friday has landed on your calendar and that means the boys are back with a brand new episode of Oilersnation Radio to help make sense of all things Edmonton Oilers. On today’s podcast, we’re talking about this recent skid the team is on, depth-scoring woes, Philip Broberg being recalled from Bakersfield, and a whole lot more. Kicking off today’s podcast, we got started with a Black Friday-themed delicious debate that revolved around what we would buy for the Edmonton Oilers in a h

Source: Oilers Nation
Date: 2022-11-25

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Oilers GM Ken Holland Q&A: Can the team be improved? If so, how?

Oilers GM Ken Holland Q&A: Can the team be improved? If so, how?

With the Oilers sitting outside the playoffs at a notable point in the season, Holland says the team must "find a way to fight through."

Source: The Athletic
Date: 2022-11-25

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NHL Notebook: The Edmonton Oilers missed out on Andrei Kuzmenko, Nashville Predators postpone pair of games and more

Oh, what could’ve been. The Oilers were one of the teams heavily courting KHL free agent Andrei Kuzmenko, but lost out as he signed with the Vancouver Canucks. It was believed that the Oilers had been front runners for his services. The Canucks, however, were able to guarantee him top-six minutes and powerplay time and boy — has he made the most of it. Kuzmenko has found himself on the Canucks’ second line alongside Elias Pettersson and Ilya Mikheyev, a trio that has dominated play at 5

Source: Oilers Nation
Date: 2022-11-25

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