About Last Night
Nashville Predators 2, Edmonton Oilers 0: Pekka Rinne Shuts Down Oilers -- On the Forecheck
Pekka Rinne and the Nashville Predators held the Oilers and their talents young stars in check tonight. The Predators begin start their season off with a 2-0-0 start.
Cult of Hockey player grades: The Edmonton Oilers are never going to win if they never score - Jonathan Willis -- Cult of Hockey
Two games into the 2015-16 season, the Edmonton Oilers have yet to score a goal. They were shutout by St. Louis in the opener, though the Blues were thoughtful enough to score on themselves once so as not to leave a "0" on the scoreboard. Nashville was even less courteous, capitalizing on two Oilers turnovers while Pekka Rinne turned aside every shot he faced.
New year, same struggles for Oilers - Joanne Ireland -- Edmonton Journal
So far, so good, this merger between the Edmonton Oilers and goaltender Cam Talbot. He is two games into his tenure as a starter in the NHL and he has done all that he can. Now if only his teammates could find the back of the opponent’s net.
Around the NHL
Petry family enjoying life in Montreal with Canadiens -- Montreal Gazette
Rather than test the National Hockey League free-agent market this summer, Petry decided to stay in Montreal and sign a six-year, $33-million contract with the Canadiens. One of the big reasons the talented defenceman decided to stay is that his wife loves Montreal.
NHL says Los Angeles Kings' settlement with Mike Richards doesn't circumvent CBA -- ESPN
The NHL has defended the settlement between Mike Richards and the Los Angeles Kings, saying in no way does it represent a circumvention of the league's collective bargaining agreement.
NWHL live streaming will be FREE! -- Stanley Cup of Chowder
There's nothing better than free hockey. Bookmark that page, folks.
Sabres place Lehner on IR, recall Lieuwen -- TSN
The Buffalo Sabres have placed starting goaltender Robin Lehner on the Injured Reserve with a lower body sprain. Lehner was injured making his Sabres debut in a 3-1 loss to Ottawa on Thursday. Coach Dan Bylsma says Lehner will be out at least one week. TSN Hockey Insider Bob Mckenzie reports, however, Lehner could be out much longer.