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Tristan Jarry, Ian Cole, Greg McKegg, & Justin Schultz

Apparently it’s our personnel bonanza episode of the 2017-18 season, because this week there are a lot of roster ins and outs to discuss.

  • Ian Cole is back in the lineup, but what’s going on with the trade talk?
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The Pensblog

Could Peter Chiarelli Target Ian Cole?

Earlier this morning, Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli spoke to the media for the first time this season. In his press conference, he mentioned depth on defense, multiple times, as an issue on the roster. 492 more words

The Oilers Rig

Oscar Klefbom slumping? Not on the attack. He's having a career year so far

Game Day 13, Oilers vs Red Wings

Oscar Klefbom is mired in a defensive slump. He’s also got only three points in 12 games. It seemingly might be fair to conclude he’s not getting it done on the attack either. 557 more words

Cult Of Hockey

Oh no. Another McDavid vs. Crosby comparison

For the next few seasons, every Penguins – Oilers game preview will ask “Who’s better? Crosby or McDavid?” That is because most sports fans gravitate toward rivalries, created or genuine, especially those that remind or connect them to remarkably similar past rivalries from a generation ago. 650 more words


Meesh's Weekly Pens Thoughts: Week 2

I hate arguing on twitter.

It’s nearly impossible to change someone’s mind on twitter. Most people have their thoughts and opinions, and 140 characters will not move the needle. 1,855 more words

Pittsburgh Penguins

Is It Time To End The Pouliot Experiment?

There is no more talked about Penguins prospect than Derrick Pouliot. Taken 8th overall in the 2012 entry draft in Pittsburgh he’s the team’s highest pick since Jordan Staal (who, coincidentally was traded for the team to get the 8th pick). 1,023 more words


2017-2018 Season Preview: Pittsburgh Penguins

The Pittsburgh Penguins are gunning for nothing less than a third consecutive Stanley Cup. They hope to become the first NHL club to win three in a row since the New York Islanders in the 1980s and they still have the pieces to do just that. 641 more words