Category Archives: Edmonton Oilers

Oilers: Is it too early to say Oilers GM Steve Tambellini has done a great job?

With the Edmonton Oilers in second place in the Western Conference of the NHL with 20 points (9-3-2) after 14 games, is it too early to look to Edmonton Oilers General Manager Steve Tambellini and say he’s done a great … Continue reading

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Oilers: What’s best for long-term development of Nugent-Hopkins?

I’ve been following the plight of 18 year old rookie and this years #1 pick in NHL Entry Draft, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, with interest.  After 6 NHL games played for Nugent-Hopkins, he leads the Edmonton Oilers in scoring with 4 goals and … Continue reading

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Oilers: Gilbert Brule turns to a shrink to help turn his career around.

According to an interview Edmonton Oilers forward Gilbert Brule did with The Edmonton Journal recently, he has turned to Vancouver-based sports psychologist Dr. Saul Miller for help with his psyche and thus his game.  Dr. Miller is fairly well known … Continue reading

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