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Cory Schneider helps Devils beat Oilers

Cory Schneider made 29 saves in his second shutout of the season, leading the New Jersey Devils to a 2-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Friday night.

Oilers vs. Canucks 2014 final score: 3 things we learned from Vancouver's 5-4 win

It wasn't a pretty game, but it sure was fun. Yannick Weber made his first goal of the season a big one. Weber's goal with 8:28 left in the third period gave the Vancouver Canucks a 5-4 win against the Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place on Wednesday. While Weber had the game-winner, it was Radim Vrbata who paced the Canucks with two power play goals. Show More Summary

Ben Scrivens saves a goal by diving

It's either that or Alex Burrows doesn't know the power of his own backside. The Vancouver Canucks thought they took a 2-0 lead against the Edmonton Oilers in the first period. They thought wrong, but they might have a reason to complain. Alex Burrows camped out in front of Ben Scrivens and made ever so slight contact with the Oilers goalie. Show More Summary

Edmonton Oilers: Boyd Gordon and His Linemates Own the Defensive Zone

Edmonton Oilers head coach Dallas Eakins is taking the idea of defined roles to a whole new level. So far this season, Eakins is working hard to play his players in tightly managed situations. Eakins has shielded his younger, offensively...Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Highlights for the Los Angeles Kings so Far in 2014-15

The Los Angeles Kings play a style that doesn't always lead to the type of highlight-reel goals you might see from the Pittsburgh Penguins, Tampa Bay Lightning or even the Edmonton Oilers. However, early this season, when they dominated offensively, That 70s Line produced a number of plays worth a second watch. Show More Summary

Watch the Predators mascot pie Oilers fans in the face

A night in the life of Jack and Diane, as told by SB Nation: Jack and Diane decided to go to the Nashville Predators game on Tuesday night to watch their favorite team, the Edmonton Oilers, play hockey. This is a dramatic reenactment...Show More Summary

NHL scores 2014: Oilers stun Rangers, Blackhawks thump Sharks

Edmonton made it two wins in a row and frustrated New York in the process. Elsewhere, the Canucks won the Kesler trade for at least one night. It was a great night for the Edmonton Oilers as they won their second straight game. The Oilers...Show More Summary

Rangers hear boos as they fall to Edmonton Oilers, 3-1

By the end of Sunday night's second period against Edmonton, it didn't matter whether the Rangers won or lost the game - though it was inevitable that they would lose, and they did, 3-1, in front of a disgusted and boo-filled Garden crowd.

Luke Schenn shot hits Mark Fayne in the face

Fayne is lucky he only got a cut from the play. NHL defensemen expect to block shots from time to time, but Edmonton Oilers blueliner Mark Fayne was not prepared to take a hard shot from Luke Schenn in the face. The shot from the Philadelphia...Show More Summary

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins goes end-to-end to score on Flyers

RNH showed off his elite speed. It's safe to say that the Edmonton Oilers and center Ryan Nugent-Hopkins are in need of a spark after a slow start to the season. Perhaps a show of blazing speed is exactly what they need. The Oilers trailed...Show More Summary

3 things we learned from Vancouver's 3-2 win over Edmonton

Mistakes and injuries doomed the Oilers. Games between the Vancouver Canucks and Edmonton Oilers used to be one-sided affairs. The Sedins & Co. would roll into Edmonton and roll back out with a dominant victory. Those matchups are different these days now that Vancouver has been knocked down a few pegs. Show More Summary

Taylor Hall injury: Oilers forward exits game after collision with goal post

Speed has a price. The Edmonton Oilers lost their best player on Saturday when Taylor Hall exited the game with an apparent leg injury and did not return. Hall, one of the fastest humans on skates, suffered the injury in the second period against the Vancouver Canucks when a rush to the net ended with his leg colliding hard with the goal post. Show More Summary

Connor McDavid Power Rankings: The Oilers Dynasty has risen again

The Edmonton Oilers are on the rise while the Pittsburgh Penguins take a fall. Apparently, it's '80s week in this edition of the Connor McDavid McHockey Ranking. The dynasty is risen! After eight long years of futility, the EdmontonShow More Summary

Predators vs. Oilers, final score: 3 things we learned from Nashville's 4-1 win

Edmonton's winning streak was fun while it lasted. So much for the Oilers keeping the good times going. Craig Smith scored twice (and probably should've had a hat trick) to lead the Nashville Predators to a 4-1 win on the road against...Show More Summary

The Biggest Takeaways from Week 3 of the 2014-15 NHL Season

As the NHL winds toward the conclusion of the first month of its schedule, the biggest overriding theme might be that we'll have to be patient to see how this season plays out. When the league's last-place Edmonton Oilers can beat the...Show More Summary

Leon Draisaitl Should Stay with the Edmonton Oilers This Season

The Edmonton Oilers are off to yet another roaring start this season — not so much. Much to the despair of the club's loyal fans, the team is 2-4-1 and must win the majority of its games in the next 30 days if there is to be even a glimmer of hope for meaningful games in January and beyond. Yes, it's come to that. Show More Summary

Pissed Off Oilers Fan Throws Hoodie, And Phone, Onto The Ice

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The Edmonton Oilers have been pretty terrible since losing the Stanley Cup Finals in 2006, and they're probably going to be terrible again this year. But Oilers fans can take solace in the fact that bitter rivals Calgary are supposed to be even worse. Show More Summary

Shell Celebrates 30 Years in Alberta by Selling Gas at 1984 Prices

It was the best of times, it was the... well, literally the best of times. Van Halen was the greatest band in the world. George Orwell was totally right about the future. And the Edmonton Oilers were the world champions of hockey. It was 1984. Show More Summary

Edmonton Oilers with the Most to Prove During the 2014-15 Preseason

The Edmonton Oilers made some significant changes in the offseason in an attempt to help the franchise move up from the bottom of the NHL standings. General manager Craig MacTavish addressed the team’s defensive struggles from last season...Show More Summary

Complete Preview for the Edmonton Oilers' 2014-15 Season

“If you must rebuild, then this is the way to do it,” proclaimed the National Post, before declaring that the team’s playoff drought was soon to end. “You feel it in the room,” the team’s head coach was quoted as saying. “I feel it and...Show More Summary

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