1. What Would Your Final Wrestling Grade Be?: Here's Why I'd Give Both Shows a B-

    It's been about three or four years since I really have sat down to watch a professional wrestling program. I'm a hockey fan as you might see by the other articles I've written on this site...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about almost 5 years ago 856 reads 6 comments

  2. Top 10 Reasons the Los Angeles Kings Are Near the Top of the NHL Pacific Division

    One of the surprise stories in the NHL this season, the Los Angeles Kings are now tied for first in the NHL Pacific Division with the San Jose Sharks. While the Kings fail to lead in any categories the NHL might consider critical to success, ie...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 1,120 reads 0 comments

  3. Should the Oilers Offer Ales Hemsky for Patrick Sharp and Dustin Byfuglien?

    Here in Edmonton, rumours about the hockey team are thrown around like hacky sacks. When the team is hot, it would be a sin for anyone to be moved even though the Oilers still have contracts that aren't great for the future success of the team...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 793 reads 7 comments

  4. Dustin Penner Added to List of Team Canada Possibles

    Dustin Penner has been nothing short of incredible for the Edmonton Oilers this year. By leaps and bounds, he's been the Oilers' most productive player, and the results of his play are starting to produce dividends...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 666 reads 8 comments

  5. Edmonton Oilers Skyrocket From 15th To 12th in West in One Night

    The sky is falling in Edmonton, or at least that's what fans, writers, and popular opinion around the city seems to suggest. That is, until the Oilers laid a beating on last year's Stanley Cup finalist Detroit Red Wings...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 144 reads 1 comments

  6. Edmonton Oilers Have Five Long Days To Think About Things

    While the shot counter was deceivingly close, the Oilers were bombed in a 7-3 loss to the Vancouver Canucks on the first of a long road trip...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 191 reads 1 comments

  7. Are the Edmonton Oilers Truly a "Fat and Happy" Team?

    The Oilers won the game. That much is true. It was an important game for the team to win—a 4-0 victory over the Coyotes on Monday—considering what's facing them in their schedule over the next two weeks...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 213 reads 0 comments

  8. Are The Edmonton Oilers a Team With No Direction?

    Dustin Penner has easily been the Edmonton Oilers best hockey player this season. With now 13 goals and 25 points and a plus/minus +11 in 23 games, Penner has been the only shining spot in an otherwise poor season for the Oilers to date...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 221 reads 6 comments

  9. Dany Heatley Scores Hat Trick: Something About That Bothers Me

    I know that in the grand scheme of things, I'm supposed to be impartial. That I should write the news and notes on a team without acting as a "homer" for the city in which I live...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 272 reads 0 comments

  10. Good and Bad Angles Come Out Of Oilers' Wednesday Win

    After Wednesday's come-from-behind win over the Colorado Avs, a blogger like myself had a plethora of story lines to select from...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  11. Edmonton Oilers Attempt to Justify New Pay Per View Schedule

    It's no secret that the amount and cost of a PPV has gone up over the past couple seasons. It's also no secret that the quality of what's being offered during those broadcasts hasn't really increased...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 409 reads 11 comments

  12. Despite New Edmonton Injuries, There May Be Good News for Oiler Fans

    Denis Grebeshkov is out. From a report we heard and an Oilers twitter confirmation, he injured his knee in the final minute of the Buffalo game and won't be with the Oilers for the final two games of this five game road trip...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 306 reads 3 comments

  13. Steve Staios To Play Goal for the Edmonton Oilers?

    This is Steve Staios. For a while he played right wing with the Atlanta Thrashers. In Edmonton, he's known as a stay-at-home defenseman. Pretty soon, he might be known as a goalie...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 283 reads 5 comments

  14. Edmonton Oilers Face Plenty of Rumors: What's True and What Isn't?

    Over the past couple of weeks, there has been an increase in the amount of typical rumor mill garbage that has surfaced about the Oilers. I say garbage, because 99 percent of what's out there isn't usually very accurate...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 786 reads 3 comments

  15. What Will Reddox and Potulny Do That the Current Edmonton Oilers Won't?

    One of two things has happened here in Edmonton. Either the Oilers have continued to rack up miles with the flu bug or coaching and management have said enough is enough when it comes to allowing opponents to dictate play night in and night out...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 111 reads 1 comments

  16. MacTavish Not The Only Blender in Town

    Edmonton Oilers fans were hard on former coach Craig MacTavish. Under his tenure, it was a constant mix-match of players, trying to find combinations that would bring the Oilers past a point where the team was a ...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 215 reads 0 comments

  17. Robert Nilsson for Todd Marchant: Would You Make That Trade?

    Rumors have circulated that Anaheim might be looking for a bit more scoring punch to help kick-start the struggling Ducks. The player who's been rumored as trade material is veteran centre Todd Marchant...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 416 reads 4 comments

  18. Edmonton Oilers: Taylor Chorney In...Denis Grebeshkov or Tom Gilbert Out?

    Taylor Chorney wasn't expected to play for the Oilers this season. Thanks to some untimely injuries and illnesses, he's been called upon to do a lot more than just play. He's been expected to play a lot...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 494 reads 0 comments

  19. Can Edmonton Oilers Key Together Individual Succeses To Make a Team?

    Going into the Edmonton Oilers vs Detroit Red Wings game, I would have been excited if the Oilers had escaped with one point...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 100 reads 1 comments

  20. No Lubomir Visnovsky Could Mean Open Season for Detroit Red Wings

    It's something all NHL teams will have to deal with. The H1N1 virus is bound to hit teams harder and harder as the season passes, the Oilers being no exception...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  21. Much Missed Oilers Mike Comrie and Fernando Pisani Ready to Play Soon.

    Some good news for Oiler fans came down today as some key missing ingredients are ready, or almost ready to make their return to the Oilers active roster...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  22. An Awful Lot of Talk Surrounds the Oilers and Canadiens

    With rumors swirling that Assistant GM Kevin Prendergast has been spotted at a few Montreal games, speculation quickly grew about Edmonton making a trade with the Canadiens and that Prendergast had his eyes on something...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 602 reads 5 comments

  23. Are the Edmonton Oilers Headed for That All-Too-Familiar Tailspin?

    Every year without fail, the start of the season looks the same for the Edmonton Oilers. Most "hockey experts" choose not to include the Oilers in any of the contending 16 teams that will make the playoffs...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 142 reads 4 comments

  24. Shawn Horcoff: Someone Throw Him a Bone; He'll Pay You For It.

    Within every Cinderella story, there is usually a wicked step-sister. With every up, their is a down. With every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 237 reads 3 comments

  25. Best Oiler Trades to Never Happen?: Edmonton's New No. 1 Line Knows the Answers

    The Oilers have a history of trade transactions and signings that come under fire. In the past few years, Edmonton has been at the forefront of the hockey world, thanks to players like Dany Heatley, Michael Nylander, and Chris Pronger...

    Jim Parsons Written by Jim Parsons about 5 years ago 329 reads 6 comments