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EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Edmonton Oilers jumped over Colorado in the Northwest Division standings on Monday night with a 4-1 win over the Avalanche at Rexall Place. The Avalanche were missing a couple of key ingredients in Gabriel Landeskog (head injury) and Ryan O’Reilly (contract holdout), and the Oilers were steaming after a disappointing loss to rival Calgary on Hockey Night in Canada. It showed. Edmonton had all of the jump and Colorado took all of the penalties trying to keep up. The result was an assembly line of power-play goals for an Edmonton team that has been generating almost all of its offense with the man-advantage. The Oilers controlled the first period, spending almost all of it in the Colorado end. The relentless pressure resulted in three Colorado penalties and two power-play goals for Edmonton. Ales Hemsky opened the scoring with his second goal of the season at 15:23 and Jordan Eberle made it 2-0 at 18:05. By the time the smoke had cleared in Colorad...
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Watch the video hereAs we all expected, Don Cherry was going to have some interesting comments on Nail Yakupov's crazy celebration from Thursday. Tonight, on Coach's Corner, Cherry's message to Yaukpov was, "LA is going to remember this, they will remember this 'till the dying day, that you don't do stuff like that."Then, while CBC played Theo Fleury...
EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Edmonton Oilers learned a valuable lesson Monday. Listen to your coach. After a morning video session in which Ralph Krueger stressed the importance of simplifying their game -- getting the puck deep instead of trying to dipsy-doodle over the opposition's blue line -- they did exactly that. And it worked. The Oilers rolled to a convincing 4-1 victory...
from Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun,
The American Hockey League has determined that Justin Schultz is eligible to be their rookie of the year.
Jason Chaimovitch from the AHL office has done the research and informed your correspondent Tuesday Schultz looks to be legal.
“It’s an unusual circumstance but I took a look at our by-laws and I do not think there are any...
So, it sounds like Brad Stuart won’t be getting a call from Brendan Shanahan in the league office regarding his devastating hit on Avs captain Gabriel Landeskog on Saturday.
Via David Pollack:
Bob McKenzie of TSN now reporting that the NHL will not be taking any further action on the hard hit by Brad Stuart on Colorado Avalanche captain Gabriel Landeskog. Looks like the league...