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Nazem Kadri believes time in the AHL will benefit prospect William Nylander

March 30, 2015

TORONTO- Nazem Kadri firmly believes that prospect William Nylander will benefit from the time he spends with the Toronto Marlies. 577 more words

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Once again, the Edmonton Oilers will rely on Nikita Nikitin in a shutdown role

Back in training camp, Dallas Eakins and his staff decided to put the Edmonton Oilers’ two new veteran defencemen on a single pairing, running Nikita Nikitin and Mark Fayne as a shutdown tandem with the idea that these experienced players could buy some shelter for the rest of the blue line. 877 more words

Cult Of Hockey

The next 10 games meaningless for Edmonton Oilers? Not even close. These games are crucial.

Can the Oilers finally start to have some success against tough Western conference teams?

Many fans have stopped paying much attention to the Edmonton Oilers, and with good reason. 1,039 more words

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Craig MacTavish should have hired Todd Nelson, not Dallas Eakins, to coach the Edmonton Oilers in 2013

The biggest mistake Edmonton Oilers GM Craig MacTavish ever made?

The more the Oilers core group of young players perform well under interim coach Todd Nelson, the more it’s evident that MacTavish should have hired Nelson, not Dallas Eakins, in the summer of 2013. 934 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Five silver linings on a wretched Oilers season

The Edmonton Oilers have had plenty of wretched seasons, but the team is now on track to have its most wretched of them all, their lowest point total since Daryl Katz took over and the mega-losing began. 737 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Four goals should be more than enough to win an NHL game. Not for the Edmonton Oilers, it isn't.

“It’s amazing. Every time we put up four goals, we give up more. We have to protect the house.”
— Todd Nelson

No doubt Edmonton Oilers interim head coach Todd Nelson had his club’s most recent road trip in mind when he made this remark on Sunday.

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Edmonton Oilers do the ol' tighten up against the Blues, still lose 2-1 on cusp of trade deadline

Rexall Place can seem like hockey’s back of the beyond, the NHL’s forlorn gulag when it’s late in the season and the games are more meaningful when they’re losses, some believe, than when they’re victories. 902 more words

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