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Oilers GM Craig MacTavish says he's not eyeing any trades before camp

With Justin Schultz’s signature on a contact, Craig MacTavish has his roster heading into training camp this fall. The Edmonton Oilers general manager may still have a large hole up the middle of his lineup, but will wait to see how things shake out early in the year before making any desperate move to fill it. “We’re going to go into camp, barring anything unforeseen, with...
Via Pro Sports Daily
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Edmonton Oilers Depth Chart 2014 2015

Fantasy Pool Guide 2014-15 $9.99 Edmonton Oilers C 1. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins  2. Mark Arcobello  3. Leon Draisaitl  4. Boyd Gordon  5. Anton Lander  6. Matt Hendricks  L 1. Taylor Hall  2. David Perron  3. Benoit Pouliot  4. Luke Gazdic  R 1. Jordan Eberle  ...

Oilers Rumors: For Draisaitl, It Might Be Edmonton or Europe

Where will Leon Draisaitl, the Edmonton Oilers' 2014 first round draft pick wind up this season?#451347308 / gettyimages.comThe 18-year-old forward was scooped up as the third overall pick in this year's draft by the Oilers, but the Edmonton Journal's Jonathan Willis reports if the prized German can't make the team, Edmonton might ship the young gun to Europe. While...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Edmonton Oilers sign Justin Schultz to one-year deal

Two seasons after being the most sought after college free-agent on the market, Justin Schultz likely did not have a bridge contract with the Edmonton Oilers in mind when contract talks arrived. Early speculation was, Justin Schultz would receive the same type of long-term deal as the other young Edmonton core players. However, as it stands now, a bridge contract is what was signed...
Via Hockey Fan Land
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Oilers re-sign Justin Schultz to a one-year deal

  (Credit: Getty Images) By Dale Lamontagne, Edmonton Oilers Blogger for The Hockey Guys Before I get started here, I would like to thank James for bringing me on board here at The Hockey Guys to cover the Edmonton Oilers for the highly anticipated 2014-15 season. If you don’t know who I am, I’m an 18-year-old hockey blogger who has been writing about the sport for the past...
Via The Hockey Guys
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Oilers expect Draisaitl to make ‘strong case’ for roster spot

The Edmonton Oilers have high hopes for their 2014 first-round pick Leon Draisaitl. Earlier this month, the Oilers rewarded Draisaitl with a three-year $10.2 million entry-level contract. On Friday, general manager Craig MacTavish said he believes the 18-year-old will contend for a roster spot with the big club when camp opens next month. “I’d be shocked if he doesn’t make...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Edmonton Oilers Re-Sign D-Man Justin Schultz To One-Year Contract

Justin Schultz has re-signed with the Edmonton Oilers on a one-year contract worth $3.675 million, the team announced Friday. The 24-year-old defenseman has played two NHL seasons, both with Edmonton, and he’s tallied 60 points in 122 games. From an offensive standpoint, he’s been impressive, but the former University of Wisconsin star still has major strides to make defensively...
Via NESN.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Edmonton Oilers re-sign Justin Schultz

The struggle is finally over. Today, Justin Schultz and the Edmonton Oilers ended their stalemate, coming to terms on a one-year contract. No terms have been officially reported as of yet, but Bob McKenzie of TSN reports that the value is $3.675 million. Schultz, considered one of the top defensemen on the defensively-challenged Oilers, is coming off a season that saw him score 11...
Via Sports-Glory
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Western Conference Preview: Edmonton Oilers

In the second edition of our Western Conference previews, we’ll take a look at the cellar-dwelling Edmonton Oilers. Is this the year they figure it out? Or will they return to the top of the draft once again next summer? … Continue reading → The post Western Conference Preview: Edmonton Oilers appeared first on Committed Indians.
Via Committed Indians
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Edmonton Oilers to Host 1984 Celebration

#84389402 / gettyimages.com Edmonton Oilers fans rejoice. The 1984 Oilers will reunite in Edmonton on October 10 as announced by Wayne Gretzky and Oilers Entertainment Group vice-chairman Kevin Lowe. The special event will mark the 30th anniversary of the organization’s first Stanley Cup Championship. In 1983 the Edmonton Oilers faced the New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup...
Via Beyond The Benches
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Questions Remain For The Edmonton Oilers

from Derek Van Diest at NHL.com, Will Nail Yakupov have a bounce-back season? -- Selected No. 1 by the Oilers in 2012, Yakupov had a strong rookie season but regressed last season. The talented right wing struggled in his own end, which created friction with first-year coach Dallas Eakins. Yakupov heads into the 2014-15 season wanting to put last season behind him. He reportedly...
Via Kukla's Korner
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Taylor Hall Healthy And Ready To Go

from Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun, By skipping out on the World Championship, Hall was able to add a month to his workout regimen this off-season. “That was probably the main reason why I didn’t go to Worlds, I wanted to give myself a really good summer to train,” Hall said. “It seemed like every summer I either had surgery or World Championships or an ankle...
Via Kukla's Korner
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Taylor Hall And Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Puck Possession

The Edmonton Oilers were not a good team in 2013/14.  They had more excess defensive zone starts than any other team in the NHL.  As a result it is expected that many of their top players would not have good puck possession numbers.  When I ranked the worst 20 players by Corsi rating adjusted for team and zone starts, Edmonton did quite poorly.  Justin Schultz and Andrew Ference...
Via Kukla's Korner
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Ference uses a Zamboni for the Ice Bucket Challenge

We’ve seen numerous NHL players participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge which is designed to raise awareness for ALS. Most of the videos are about what you’d expect – a guy dumping ice water on himself – but a few players raised the bar. Andrew Ference offered his own take and it involves a Zamboni. Click the link in his Tweet below to view the video. Challenge Accepted From...
Via Puck Drunk Love
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Ference’s Extreme Ice Bucket Challenge Involves Snow, Zamboni (Video)

Edmonton Oilers captain Andrew Ference just upped the ante on the ice bucket challenge. After the Boston Bruins, among a host of other Boston athletes, jumped at the chance to dump a bucket of icy water on their heads to raise awareness and funds for ALS, a couple of former Beantown favorites got in on the act. Dallas Stars center Rich Peverley took the chilly plunge from his former...
Via NESN.com
23 days ago  |  Discuss
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