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The Edmonton Oilers Win/Loss record for the last three seasons: 84 wins, 132 loses, 30 OTL's. The league's worst team by far.
We've all endured.
Oilers fans have suffered. They've offered their support to this losing franchise both financially and emotionally. Night-after-night, no matter how bad things got, the Oilers have played before a packed house. Oilers fans are the most supportive,...
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The Canadian Press The Edmonton Oilers open the abbreviated NHL season Sunday with high hopes centered around a core of young sharpshooters, including No. 1 overall draft pick Nail Yakupov.
Rookie head coach Ralph Krueger says a fast start is critical, since the team has a 17-day, nine-game road trip in late February.
The 19-year-old Yakupov has worked hard in training camp, but...
Oilers rookies Nail Yakupov & Justin Schultz held a little contest to see who could put pucks into a milk crate quicker. No, not in through the top -- through the handle on the...
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Welcome back, Ales Hemsky. We missed you.
The Oilers opened their 2012/2013 NHL regular season by destroying the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday night. By "destroying" what I'm actually saying is, the Oilers won in a shootout. When you've finished 30th, 30th and 29th in the league over the last three seasons, an OT win on the road is "destroying" someone...
Ales Hemsky scored in the third period to tie the game and added the shootout winner and the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 on Sunday.
Sam Gagner also scored in the shootout for the Oilers, who were making their debut in the lockout-shortened season, while Devan Dubnyk stopped both Vancouver attempts.
The Canucks blew a 2-0 lead and have suffered back-to-back...
Only two rookies in the opening game of the 2013 Edmonton Oilers season. Two rookies, but still a plethora of youth.
Nail Yakupov and Justin Schultz would see their first NHL minutes in Vancouver, looking for their first goals against elite netminder Roberto Luongo. These are the things memories are made of. Continue reading "Yakkety Yak"
After three consecutive last-place finishes, the youthful Edmonton Oilers are hoping to make positive strides under first-year coach Ralph Krueger.
Kicking off their season on a positive note, though, could prove difficult at Rogers Arena.
The Oilers try to pick up a rare road win Sunday night over a Vancouver Canucks team hoping to bounce back from an ugly loss in its opener....