It’s a weird one today with the Oilers in the nation’s capital to take on their finsub, the Ottawa Senators, this afternoon.
3PM MST, in fact. On a Wednesday.
I suppose they figure if there are no fans in the building that only the available midday on a Wednesday crowd will care to watch. This is right up there with scheduling 14 games at the same time on the weekend so you can, at best, watch one of them. Good stuff from the NHL, once more.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Episode IV: The Kenpire’s Quite Whack
(IDK what I’m going to do when we get past Episode IX or however many Star Wars’ there are now.)
Join our heroic hosts this week as they bask in the glory of another win over those hapless, helpless Calgary Flames. Then stay awhile and listen to Preston, Shona, and Corey form tackle some of the bigger stories from the week that was, Oscar Klefbom’s return, and some rumors from everybody’s favorite lasagna loving cat.
All In (Copper and Blue)
Hot Links: Tuesday, April 6 (Copper and Blue)
Oilers Drop 3-2 OT Decision Against Canadiens (Copper and Blue)
Copper & Blue Podcast: EP. 5 (Copper and Blue)
Oilers Expect “Tough Games” As They Head Ottawa (TOR)
NHL Awards Watch: Projecting The Races With A Month Left (ESPN)
OILERS NOTES: Rare Blown Third-Period Lead Costly In Montreal (ES)
Counterpoint: They should deal however many first round picks it would take to get Hall and Eichel while ditching Kassian and Neal.
“We’re In The Winning Business” — Oilers GM Ken Holland On Trade Deadline, Nurse, Bouchard, Smith And More (EJ)
31 Thoughts: Sabres Juggling Multiple Scenarios Ahead Of Trade Deadline (SN)
With Additions Made In Off-Season, Oilers Content To Stand Pat At Deadline (SN)
Because Ken Holland is objectively bad at this. Making $5MM a year to scrape into the playoffs with 2 MVPs.
Unique NHL Season Another Experience For Edmonton Oilers Head Coach (ES)
Oilers Searching Market For Forward Help Ahead Of Deadline (TOR)
Make Some Noise (ON)
It’s Sam Pollock’s Town (LT)
Q&A: Oilers GM Ken Holland on trade deadline needs, bringing in Dylan Holloway, Oscar Klefbom’s future, more (TA)