1. Penguins vs. Islanders: It's Hockey Fight Night

    I'm going to preface this article with a 100 percent honest statement: I think fighting in hockey positively contributes to the game in more ways than one. I think it creates excitement...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 3 years ago 2,004 reads 0 comments

  2. Edmonton Oilers: What To Do, What To Do?

    Two months into the Oilers ' season, the greatest hopes we had for our young guns saving us from our lonely position at the bottom of the heap have been dashed...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 3 years ago 347 reads 5 comments

  3. Edmonton Oilers: Story Of a Comeback

    Last night was a true testament to the talent and workmanship of the Edmonton Oilers. Two players had five points each in a game that boasted a 6-4 final score. While at times they faltered, the club certainly deserved the win...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 4 years ago 155 reads 2 comments

  4. The Embarrassment of Phoenix

    The future of the Phoenix Coyotes is up in the air, and now, so is their coaching position. Wayne Gretzky announced today that he would be stepping down from his position as coach and director of hockey operations...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about almost 5 years ago 255 reads 3 comments

  5. Low Blow From Heatley Leaves Oil Country Insulted

    The way I see it, Dany Heatley may end up being another Chris Pronger, times three. Heatley asked for a trade from Atlanta, and ended up in Ottawa...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about 5 years ago 769 reads 6 comments

  6. After Eight Years, Craig MacTavish Is On His Way Out

    It has been eight years since Craig MacTavish took the job of coaching the Edmonton Oilers. Eight years, zero Stanley Cups, and only three playoff appearances later, MacTavish is leaving his job behind the bench...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about 5 years ago 250 reads 0 comments

  7. Edmonton Oilers: Coaching Woes Not Just An Eastern Ailment

    In the last month, hockey teams across the NHL have been firing coaches who have had less-than-expected success. And whether you think it's a coincidence or not, three teams with new coaches all played in Europe for the opening of the season...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 5 years ago 154 reads 1 comments

  8. Edmonton Oilers: Ode to the Working Man

    You can have your Sidney Crosbys, Jonathan Toews's, and Marc Savards. When it comes to hockey, there's nothing like a bumper and grinder—and I say this with absolutely no sarcasm or condescension...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 5 years ago 161 reads 1 comments

  9. Edmonton Oilers: A Few Wins Don't Change a Thing

    First and foremost, the Edmonton Oilers are playing decently and have now won three in a row and have not lost in regulation since December 19. That's great. It's a good streak that the Oilers need to keep going...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 5 years ago 87 reads 1 comments

  10. One Goalie Too Many

    There's a problem in Edmonton. It's not a heinous one yet, nor is it a problem other teams wouldn't love to have. Edmonton has too many goalies. Here's the issue. Mathieu Garon is the number one guy...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 5 years ago 84 reads 3 comments

  11. Excitng First Round Play Leads to Unexpected Second Round Matchups

    Alright, so I was wrong. Let me eat my words. The Stanley Cup playoffs are through one round of play and the team I favoured to make it to the final round, but lose the Cup, is out...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about 6 years ago 552 reads 3 comments

  12. Here's Stanley: Fearless Predictions for the NHL Playoffs

    Playoff season. The longest two months of a hockey player's and a hockey fan's life. Hockey players will be battered, bruised, and left for dead. Hockey fans will be hoarse, heated, and ripped to shreds...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about 6 years ago 607 reads 4 comments

  13. A Heart-Breaking End to a Heart-Pumping Season

    The Edmonton Oilers' hopes of making a miraculous recovery and enter the playoffs with guns blazing came to a grinding halt last night after being defeated by the Calgary Flames at home, 3-2...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 6 years ago 546 reads 0 comments

  14. The Future is Coming to Edmonton

    The future's looking brighter every day, just not the near future. Of the last six games, three games went to overtime where they relied on young star Andrew Cogliano to bury the winner in all three games...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 6 years ago 587 reads 0 comments

  15. Edmonton-Calgary: Oilers Douse Flames

    It was a game that really showed what a Battle of Alberta should look like; high scoring, a couple of fights, a brawl, and heightened hatreds...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 6 years ago 624 reads 0 comments

  16. Struggles In Edmonton: Veterans Need to Pick Up Slack

    The days here in Edmonton are somewhat numbered and the countdown is going far too quickly. An up and down season does not add up to a winning season and mathematics are quickly becoming the worst enemy of the Oilers...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 6 years ago 815 reads 0 comments

  17. The Puzzle of Hockey in Edmonton

    Out of the 82 games the Edmonton Oilers will play this year, there are only 38 left, and they are sitting 5 points out of the playoffs. Most of the 44 games have been intense battles that came down to the final minutes of the hockey game...

    Caitlin Schulz Written by Caitlin Schulz about over 6 years ago 648 reads 0 comments