The Oilers have some deployment decisions to make regarding their top six forwards heading into their play-in series with Chicago.
Behind the music: why Cooper Marody released a tribute to friend Colby Cave.
The latest 31 Thoughts podcast spoke to Cincinnati Cyclones coach Jason Payne, one of the few Black coaches in professional hockey.
Given Canada’s restrictions on inbound travelers having to quarantine upon entry, Canadian teams — including the Oilers — are scouting potential US locations to hold camp as a workaround.
Cooper Marody’s tribute to Colby Cave, Agape (a-gah-pe), releases tomorrow. Stay tuned.
Hot Links: Wednesday, June 10 (Copper and Blue)
JUST IN: NHL and NHLPA agree on Phase 3 start date; Camps to open July 10 (NHL PR)
NHL, NHLPA agree on opening date for formal training camps. https://t.co/35lF9nEob0 pic.twitter.com/l6W4VLXVYv— NHL Public Relations (@PR_NHL) June 11, 2020
I’m Just Mad About Safin (Lowetide)
Big Decisions: The Top Six (Oilersnation)
Tape To Tape Podcast: One Burning Question For Every Canadian Team (Sportsnet)
31 Thoughts Podcast: ‘What It’s Like To Skate In Our Boots’ (Sportsnet)
Edmonton Oilers Contemplate Holding U.S.-Based Training Camp (Sun)
Hockey Talk… One Month To Go? (Oilersnation)
Emily Cave, Cooper Marody Pay Tribute To Colby Cave With Song In His Honour (Sportsnet)
‘Agape’: Why Oilers Prospect Cooper Marody Wrote A Song About Colby Cave (Athletic)