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Edmonton Oilers Draft Targets: Pierre-Luc Dubois

Oil On Whyte - ‎9 hours ago‎
Looking at the Edmonton Oilers upcoming selections in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, the biggest question lays at who is going to go fourth-overall.

Cult of Hockey: Late-blooming Brandon Davidson produced Oilers' feel-good story of the year

Edmonton Journal - ‎16 hours ago‎
88 Davidson The Edmonton Oilers have taken a lot of (largely deserved) criticism over recent years for their chronic inability to draft and develop functional players beyond the first round.
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Edmonton Oilers Owners, City Suing Rogers Place Architects

Oil On Whyte - ‎6 hours ago‎
The Edmonton Arena Coroporation (EAC), owned by the Katz group that also owns the Edmonton Oilers, is suing the architects of Rogers Place, along with the city of Edmonton, according to CBC.

Can the Oilers Draft a Right-handed Solution on D?

The Hockey Writers - ‎12 hours ago‎
The Edmonton Oilers have a major problem on defence and will be looking to address their deficiencies in the offseason this summer.

Which major asset are the Edmonton Oilers most likely to trade? Ryan Nugent-Hopkins

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Wingers are the easiest top commodities to replace, so as good as Eberle is, the Oilers are most likely to be able to replace much of what he has to offer: shooting and scoring on the right wing.
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Oilers' Taylor Hall left off Canadian roster for World Cup

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 27, 2016‎
Taylor Hall should have had a leg up on a spot on Canada's World Cup of Hockey team because it's overloaded with centres and they could use some natural wingers, but the Edmonton Oilers forward, who had a very productive world championship in Russia ...
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Cult of Hockey: for Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli, D-Day will be June 2016

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 27, 2016‎
The five big themes of Edmonton Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli. . . Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli has now been around long enough to identify his key messages, the themes he repeats in interview after interview on how to improve the Oilers.
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Cult of Hockey: Seven factors for the Edmonton Oilers to consider when negotiating with Eric Gryba

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Eric Gryba came to the Edmonton Oilers at last summer's draft as the second part of a two-part transaction. With only a year separating him from free agency at the time of the deal, his long-term future with the Oilers organization was uncertain, and ...

Edmonton Oilers: Should They Attempt Trade for Rick Nash?

Oil On Whyte - ‎May 28, 2016‎
With Rick Nash possibly on his way out of New York and onto the trade market, there's a unique question surrounding the Edmonton Oilers. With them looking to strengthen their defense, and get rid of a couple of pieces on the forward lines, should they ...

Cult of Hockey: Former Edmonton Oilers' first-rounder Rob Schremp returns to Europe

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Edmonton has never really forgotten Rob Schremp, the colourful and controversial centre who started his professional career in the Oilers organization after being selected in the first round of the 2004 Draft by the team. Unfortunately for anyone ...
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Cult of Hockey: If the Edmonton Oilers are to trade Mark Fayne, might the Toronto Maple Leafs be interested?

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Mark Fayne is one of several veteran players that the Edmonton Oilers might plausibly seek to trade this summer. Acquired by the previous administration, he fell out of favour with Peter Chiarelli's regime early in 2015-16, even being demoted to the ...
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Cult of Hockey: Erik Gudbranson trade reinforces how poorly Oilers fared in Griffin Reinhart deal

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 25, 2016‎
It's a deal which recalls another trade for a big, young defensive defenceman with impressive draft pedigree, one made by the Edmonton Oilers at the 2015 Draft. Canucks G.M. Jim Benning clearly had the Griffin Reinhart deal in mind when he acquired ...

Cult of Hockey: Benoit Pouliot clearly played injured for the Edmonton Oilers in 2015-16

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 21, 2016‎
It started in late November, on a road-trip which Oilers fans will remember: Edmonton went 1-3-1 over five games. The Oilers were 7-12-1 entering that trip and the season was going sideways; those five games went a long way toward sealing the team's fate.

Cult of Hockey: RNH had a mysteriously disappointing season for Oilers

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 24, 2016‎
93 RNH One year ago, at the wrap of our annual season-in-review series just like this one, we at the Cult of Hockey surveyed the wreckage of yet another lost Edmonton Oilers' season in search of a silver lining somewhere, anywhere, in the line-up. This ...
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Cult of Hockey: Every Oilers winger is expendable, save for Hall & Maroon

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 25, 2016‎
In the long run Jordan Eberle has been every bit as good as Taylor Hall on the wing for the Edmonton Oilers. In the last two years, however, Hall has taken a major step ahead of Eberle in terms of his two-way play, which is why Eberle should be ...
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Cult of Hockey: Scouting report — Oilers' draft option Matthew Tkachuk impressive in first-hand look

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Presented with the opportunity to observe a couple of draft prospects who rank somewhere close to the Edmonton Oilers' #4 overall draft pick, I chose this game to see in person, my first-ever live Memorial Cup game after 45 years of following the event ...
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Edmonton Oilers bring back Zack Kassian

Edmonton Sun - ‎May 19, 2016‎
On an Edmonton Oilers' team big on deft, Zack Kassian gives them heft. To borrow one of former Oilers coach Tom Renney's favourite expressions, it's “arrows up” for the right-winger who did enough in his half-season audition here to get a new one-year ...

London Knights' Tkachuk under Western Canada scouts' microscope at Memorial Cup

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 26, 2016‎
London Knights' Matthew Tkachuk, centre, celebrates his goal with teammates during first period CHL Memorial Cup hockey action against the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies in Red Deer, Tuesday, May 24, 2016.

Steel integral to the new Edmonton Oilers home

Daily Commercial News - ‎May 26, 2016‎
Built by PCL Construction Management Inc., the facility includes a 76,106-square-metre arena where the Oilers will play, plus a 3,140-square-metre grand entrance/public event space known as the Winter Garden and an adjacent 4,440-square-metre ...

Cult of Hockey chat: Which Edmonton Oilers defencemen are actually worth keeping?

Edmonton Journal - ‎May 17, 2016‎
While much of the discussion in Edmonton during this Oilers offseason has been focused on the players the team should bring in, this week we wanted to focus on the players currently on the team.