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Wednesday, 08.24.2016 / 1:00 PM
, October 30 when the Oilers host Erik Karlsson and the Ottawa Senators (Sportsnet Oilers)
· Taylor Hall’s first game back in the City of Champions since his June trade, as the Oilers host the New Jersey Devils on Thursday, January 12 (Sportsnet West)
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Tuesday, 08.23.2016 / 11:31 AM
After playing last season without a captain, the Oilers will name one during training camp next month, coach Todd McLellan confirmed Monday.
The Oilers open camp September 22.
"We'll select a captain at some point throughout training camp," McLellan said. "We'll pick a captain when we're all around and together as a group."
The Oilers had four alternate captains last season: forwards Taylor
Thursday, 08.18.2016 / 8:00 AM
his roster greatly.
Chiarelli acquired Adam Larsson from the New Jersey Devils on June 29, in exchange for Taylor Hall. The move, most certainly, was need driven.
In order to get a young, potential top-pair, right-shot defender, Chiarelli had to give up a prized offensive asset. But could the return be just what the doctor ordered?
Larsson, 23, was taken fourth overall in the 2011 NHL Draft
Tuesday, 08.16.2016 / 9:00 AM
It was a headline-making trade that shakes up the roster in a big way. Edmonton traded 2010 first-overall pick Taylor Hall to the New Jersey Devils on June 29. The return was a much-needed addition to the back end, in defenceman Adam Larsson.
Hall has been one of the faces of the Oilers organization since 2010, playing 381 games for the orange and blue and scoring 132 goals and adding 196 assists for 328 points
Thursday, 08.04.2016 / 5:41 PM
to come as they are to come here,” said Oilers forward Mark Letestu while taking a break from his on-ice sessions at the Oilers Hockey School in St. Albert.
Lucic, a former Los Angeles Kings forward, was signed with the organization as a free agent on July 1 while Larsson, a former New Jersey Devils defenceman, was acquired in a trade for former Oilers forward Taylor Hall.
“The changes [management
Wednesday, 08.03.2016 / 11:42 AM
questions facing the Oilers:
1. Will Milan Lucic make the necessary impact?
Lucic provides size and grit to the lineup, but can he keep pace with McDavid, and likely Jordan Eberle, on the top line? Lucic had 55 points (20 goals, 35 assists) last season with the Los Angeles Kings, and with Taylor Hall gone, the Oilers need Lucic to help fill the offensive void.
2. How much will Adam Larsson help
Tuesday, 08.02.2016 / 12:25 PM
Major changes were anticipated after the Edmonton Oilers failed to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for a 10th consecutive season.
General manager Peter Chiarelli expressed a desire to bolster the defence in the off-season, a plan that was expected to involve trading a forward.
That move came June 29, four days after the 2016 NHL Draft, when the Oilers traded left wing Taylor Hall
Sunday, 07.31.2016 / 8:00 AM
the coaches — and myself, I expected more from myself, because I was getting used to the pace and players — just felt like I could make plays and I just wanted to find that part of my game as well.”
And find it he did when suddenly Khaira advanced from the bottom six forward role, to the top — making an impact playing with Oilers linemates Taylor Hall and Leon Draisaitl.
“I was just trying to get pucks
Wednesday, 07.27.2016 / 4:11 PM
The Oilers went through the 2015-16 season without a player wearing the “C” on their chest. They instead elected to go with multiple alternate captains, including Andrew Ference, Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins. Matt Hendricks was among a few other players to don the “A” at various points of the season.
Oilers Head Coach Todd McLellan confirmed with the media on Wednesday
Wednesday, 07.27.2016 / 4:10 PM
There is no doubt defenceman Adam Larsson will be expected to take on a big role with the Oilers this season. They wouldn’t have traded for him, giving up Taylor Hall, otherwise. The 23-year-old blueliner has 274 NHL games under his belt after being selected fourth overall in 2011.
Oilers Head Coach Todd McLellan says he expects Larsson to play 20-22 minutes a night “against the top level