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Los Angeles Kings' Season-Long Issues Are Finally Catching Up to Them

After an 8-2 blowout victory over the Edmonton Oilers last week, the Los Angeles Kings fell 4-2 to that same borderline AHL team on Tuesday night. The crucial, embarrassing loss now leaves L.A. two points behind the Calgary Flames in...Show More Summary

Takeaways from Kings' 4-2 loss to Edmonton Oilers

A few takeaways after the Kings' playoff hopes were dealt a significant blow by a 4-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday, the Kings' first regulation loss to the Oilers since Nov. 3, 2011.

Kings fall to Edmonton Oilers, 4-2, and playoff hopes flicker

Long ago, they were used to watching their season vaporize against the Edmonton Oilers.

Fixing the Edmonton Oilers

Remember when the Oilers were good? Long since removed from their dynastic domination of the NHL, the Edmonton Oilers are a shell of their former greatness. While other teams in the Western Conference scratch and claw for playoff positioning, the Oilers are 30 wins behind division leaders. They are remarkably bad, having lost an astounding […]

What we learned from the Kings' 8-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

Goals, goals, goals. For Kings fans, it was like an extra helping of dessert after going so long without. A few more thoughts after the Kings put themselves in a playoff position again. They have not lost to the Oilers, in regulation, in their last 14 meetings, going 11-0-3.

Watch Edmonton Oilers teammates accidentally run over each other

Here come the Oilers, indeed. Oh, Edmonton. There's only a handful of games left in your season and you still find ways to entertain hockey fans late at night. Bless your poor souls. And good luck at the draft! (Seriously. You're probably going to get Jack Eichel or Connor McDavid. We're jealous.)

Dave Lozo's Bag Skate: Why Your Favorite, Terrible Team Should Not Be Tanking

Over the weekend, the Edmonton Oilers blew a 3-0 lead against the Carolina Hurricanes and lost 7-4. It was cause for rejoicing and anger, only with 2014-15 being the season of the tank, the rejoicing and anger weren't in their usualShow More Summary

Incredible Alexander Semin Goal Yields Mild Amusement from Hurricanes Announcers (Video)

The Alexander Semin goal you’re about to see is a hands-down finalist for NHL goal of the year. However, for some reason, the Carolina Hurricanes announcers just weren’t that impressed. The Canes beat the Edmonton Oilers in Raleigh on Sunday night by a score of 7-4. However, they needed a huge comeback to do it […]

Carolina Hurricane Alexander Semin Scores Ridiculous Goal from His Stomach

The Edmonton Oilers are having a tough time, guys. After storming out to a 3-0 lead against the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday, the team morphed back into a kicked-in alley pumpkin and gave up six consecutive goals in a 7-4 meltdown at...Show More Summary

Jeff Petry to Canadiens: Latest Trade Details, Comments and Reaction

.The Edmonton Oilers agreed on Monday to trade defenseman Jeff Petry to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for a second-round pick and conditional fifth-round selection in the 2015 draft, according to an announcement from the team. Petry,...Show More Summary

Ranking the Players the Edmonton Oilers Should Covet at the Trade Deadline

In a perfect world for Edmonton Oilers fans, the March 2 trade deadline would serve as an opportunity to add a few pieces in the hopes of making a deep playoff run. The world is not perfect, so that won't be happening. There may be some...Show More Summary

Edmonton Oilers' Biggest Needs and Best Trade Fits at the Deadline

The Edmonton Oilers are in that curious position of being sellers and potential buyers at the NHL trade deadline on March 2. Mike Johnston of Sportsnet reports that defenceman Jeff Petry is likely gone by the deadline, and it is clear...Show More Summary

The Oilers and Bruins are not very good at the shootout

2 months agoSports : The Early Lead

The Edmonton Oilers and Boston Bruins needed a shootout to settle things on Wednesday night. Twenty-four skaters later, it finally ended when Oilers defenseman Martin Marincin at long last solved the riddle to give Edmonton a 4-3 win, its first victory over the Bruins since Oct. 17, 2000. Marincin, who had never once scored an […]

The Bruins and Oilers had the worst shootout in NHL history

The Bruins and Oilers missed the first 23 shootout attempts before Martin Marincin put everybody out of their misery and gave Edmonton a shootout win. The Bruins and Oilers went to overtime tied at three. Then every single player onShow More Summary

The Arizona Coyotes' Blueprint to Win the Race for Connor McDavid

For much of the year, the race for last overall and the best odds of landing the 2015 first overall pick has been a two-team affair. The Edmonton Oilers got off to a wretched start that gave them an early lead, and then the Buffalo Sabres...Show More Summary

Canadiens trip their own goalie, give up overtime goal to Oilers

Not Montreal's finest moment. As if blowing a lead to the Edmonton Oilers in the final minute wasn't bad enough, the Montreal Canadiens doubled down on embarrassment Thursday by giving up a weird overtime goal to the Oilers. Simply put, Habs defenseman Tom Gilbert might want to watch where he's skating from now on. Show More Summary

Does Taylor Hall Injury Signal a New Front-Runner in Connor McDavid Sweepstakes?

On Tuesday, the Edmonton Oilers announced that star left wing Taylor Hall would be out for up to six weeks after suffering a leg injury in a game against the San Jose Sharks a week prior. Hall had previously missed three games with an...Show More Summary

Taylor Hall Injury: Updates on Oilers Winger's Leg and Return

Edmonton Oilers forward Taylor Hall is dealing with a cracked bone in his leg in the same area where he already had a bone bruise. Rob Tychkowski of the Edmonton Sun passed along the news on Tuesday: The Oilers provided comments from...Show More Summary

Morgan Rielly skates through Oilers defense for sweet goal

That's what Toronto has been missing. If there's one cure for the malaise plaguing the Toronto Maple Leafs right now, it's the Edmonton Oilers defensive zone play. Morgan Rielly proved that point by carving through the Oilers like a hot knife through butter in the second period, scoring a pretty goal to give Toronto a three-goal lead.

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