Jason Strudwick was nice enough to have me on his radio show on Thursday, and we mostly talked about the Oklahoma City Barons. I start at about the 11:00 mark here, and cover all the prospects of note.
As I continue to catch up on my backlog of previous work, here's a look at what I've posted at Oilers Nation over the last stretch. Devan Dubnyk, unsurprisingly, takes a lead role in much of this.
It's been a while since I've updated this site, what with moving down to Oklahoma City, but I'm starting to get caught up and life is returning to normal. Here's what I've been doing at Bleacher Report in the interim.
I've started writing some pieces at Bleacher Report, covering topics from across the NHL; the list from this last week is below.
As we move toward the regular season, lots is happening with the Oilers. The team's captaincy is up in the air, Ales Hemsky is returning, and the coaching staff is talking about tactical innovation. That and more - including a few non-Oilers articles - below.
The Cult of Hockey recently finished our summer rankings of the Oilers' prospect depth chart; click below for my contributions to the series.
He's the best Canadian left wing in the NHL today, and somehow Taylor Hall isn't seen as a shoo-in for - or in a lot of cases, even a probable member of - the Canadian Olympic team. That bizarre news and much more in this recap of my work at Oilers Nation.
At Oilers Nation, I recently compared the Oilers' roster to the depth charts of their Pacific Division rivals to see how they stacked up in comparison.
I had a chance to write about a few general interest stories - the Canadian Olympic team, Russians in the NHL, expansion and the like in the last month over at the Cult of Hockey; the list of them is below.
Craig MacTavish had a busy summer in charge of the Oilers. This recap focuses on some of the work he did, as well as the rumours floating around the team this off-season.