The Atlantic Division has been relatively healthy, the Southeast has been banged up.
The Oilers have been bitten by the injury bug as hard as almost any team in the NHL.
The Oilers have been aggressive with Hall's return, the Barons have been cautious with Hartikainen's
Taylor Hall and Teemu Hartikainen are getting close to a return from their shoulder separations.
Edmonton's injury woes were bad, but not nearly as bad as the Penguins or Islanders.
Travis Ewanyk may be gone til March. It's just another prospect injury in Edmonton.
Horcoff is day to day with a contusion. Don't bet on him playing Tuesday when the #Oilers take on the Hurricanes.— Joanne Ireland (@jirelandEJ) November 8, 2010
Horcoff is day to day with a contusion. Don't bet on him playing Tuesday when the #Oilers take on the Hurricanes.
According to Joanne Ireland
News on Ryan Stone - long overdue from an organization that isn't forthcoming.
Jonathan Willis writes that a great majority of Canadians support the NHL's rush to ban blindside headshots by the end of the season.
Every so often, my education crosses over neatly with current events. Like when we talked about the Wingate test during training camp, or when we talked about knee injuries the same week Mike...