July 12 2016 05:30PM
The Edmonton Oilers entered the summer of 2016 with several issues on the defensive side of the depth chart. Adam Larsson was deemed to be the solution to the right side of the team’s top pairing, but there are still questions regarding how the Oilers plan to approach some of the secondary issues with the back end.
April 05 2016 11:52AM
Justin Schultz is off to a pretty decent start to his post-Edmonton Oilers career, and his stats line certainly looks impressive. He’s played 15 games in Pittsburgh, putting up seven points and an impressive plus-10 rating.
It’s a performance which warrants closer examination.
March 28 2015 01:30PM
We’re approaching what could be a pretty slow summer for goalie moves. There really aren’t that many No. 1 candidates approaching free agency or plausibly available via trade; at the same time 80 percent of the league – 24 teams – has a legitimate starter under contract and two more clubs have one entering restricted free agency.
March 02 2015 10:53AM
If a well-dressed man with a French accent shows up at your garage sale, don’t bother haggling with him, just quickly send him on his way. It might not be Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin, but there is no sense taking chances. And judging from his work at the 2015 NHL Trade Deadline he spends a lot of time hunting bargains and he usually gets what he wants for less than he should.
November 18 2014 11:59AM
The comments section on this website was a little testy yesterday, and analytics in hockey were a target for many. It’s understandable; there has been a lot of talk about the Oilers’ improved underlying numbers while at the same time the team isn’t winning hockey games. So what’s going on with that anyway?