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Senators put the boots to Oilers|
Edmonton Oilers coach Todd McLellan had boot camp
this week after his team's lamentable losses against the
Vancouver Canucks and Winnipeg Jets, but Saturday
night it was the Ottawa Senators turn to put their
brogues to the stumbling Oilers throats.
Edmonton Oilers' numbers troll depths of NHL rankings|
A National Hockey League team is what its record says it is after about 50 games -- not just four like the Edmonton Oilers have played in early October -- but there is still little for them to say something like 'at least we've got this going well.
Edmonton Oilers players share blame for goalies' rough start|
Cam Talbot took much of the heat as the Edmonton Oilers stumbled out of the gate this season, giving up 14 goals in a three-game losing skid, but there is plenty of guilt to go around. Seeing their goalies being lit up this season has the rest of the players in the dressing room wishing they were part of the solution instead of the problem.
Stress level dialled down for Talbot this season|
Playing 73 regular season games in a compressed schedule and 13 more in the playoffs is exhausting enough, but how Cam Talbot managed it while juggling newborn twins is something even he can't really explain.
Terry Jones: Edmonton Oilers ice-makers zero in on perfect formula for Connor McDavid|
So Connor McDavid thinks he can be better this year? Of course he does. The Rogers Place ice is going to be better this year. And he's become the unofficial ice consultant.There are all sorts of questions with most National Hockey League teams as the pre-season games begin. But there's a much shorter list than just about anywhere in Edmonton.
Visiting Edmonton Oilers hold off Calgary Flames for split-squad win|
Remember all those question marks surrounding the likes of Drake Caggiula, Matt Benning, Laurent Brossoit, Jesse Puljujarvi and Jujhar Khaira last year?They're still there.That's because the youngsters are all being placed in elevated roles this season, promotions that are crucial to the success of an Edmonton Oilers team that needs its home-grown
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Former Edmonton Oilers captain Andrew Ference starts new TV gig with Sportsnet|
Former Edmonton Oilers captain Andrew Ference started a new part-time job Thursday.Working for Sportsnet, doing feature stories. "I'm a rookie like everybody else," joked Ference, who was talking to Oilers' prospects, off on their maiden voyage as NHL pros-in-waiting with the Young Stars tournament in the Okanagan.