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NHL on TNT games tonight: Blackhawks vs. Oilers headlines Wednesday night national tv doubleheader

The best hockey player in the world will be front and center on Wednesday night, as Connor McDavid and the Oilers headline the TNT doubleheader. The Edmonton captain continues to play the game on easy mode. McDavid leads the league in points with 39 points in just 22 games. His dynamic partner in crime, Leon Draisaitl, is fourth in the NHL with 33.
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NHL On Tap: Rangers try to find their game against Senators

Oilers go for third straight win; Marner looks to tie Maple Leafs point streak record. Welcome to the NHL On Tap. Three writers will share what they are most looking forward to on the schedule each day. Today, their choices from four games Wednesday. Rangers need to find their...
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NHL DFS Core Plays November 30: Leon Draisaitl leads the Oilers against the Blackhawks

Welcome to the NHL DFS core plays! You will see three tiered options for Yahoo! DFS, DraftKings, and FanDuel every night that there are three or more games. Otherwise, you are still getting the same great top plays and the Discord chat is still open for all of your questions. Don't forget to check out our NHL daily projections, the NHL DFS lineup generator, today's NHL betting odds, and NHL starting lines. Have fun and let's make some money together tonight!

Game Notes Oilers @ Blackhawks: Start a Streak

Things change quickly in a hockey game. In a span of 27 seconds on Monday night the Edmonton Oilers went from picking up no points, to getting one and then leaving with two. It was a crazy sequence and illustrated how quickly a game can be won or lost. Evan...
The Hockey Writers

Oilers’ Tyler Benson: 3 Reasons to Root for Edmonton Forward

All signs point to Tyler Benson making his NHL season debut on Wednesday (Nov. 30) when the Edmonton Oilers take on the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center. According to reports, he is expected to draw into the lineup in place of forward Klim Kostin, who is facing visa issues that prevented the Russian from traveling with the Oilers to Chicago for the start of their two-game road trip.

Two NHL betting angles for Wednesday night

We have just four games today in the NHL, and the board isn't as enticing as it typically is. That's not a bad thing in my eyes, as it helps to clear the way for the spots that look best. Here's just two looks for this Wednesday on the ice.

Oilersnation Betway Bets of the Day — Connor McDavid’s time to shine

The Bets of the Day is brought to you by NHL betting site Betway!. Welcome back to another edition of the Betway Bets of the day. All bets are for one unit unless otherwise noted. Our first bet of the day will be taking Edmonton Oilers on the moneyline and...

Calgary Flames dump Panthers 6-2 in return of Matthew Tkachuk to the Saddledome

CALGARY — Chants of "Hubie's better" erupted in Calgary's Saddledome in the third period of the Flames' 6-2 win over the visiting Florida Panthers on Tuesday. In a game that marked the return of former Flame Matthew Tkachuk in a Panthers jersey, the announced 17,086 enjoyed a night of both booing and lauding him, as well as celebrating the performance of a player who became a Flame because of Tkachuk.
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Edmonton Condors? Oilers' farm system getting a workout as injury bug deepens

It wasn’t until the 26th and 28th of the month that the Edmonton Oilers strung together back-to-back wins in November, but when they finally did so both wins happened in the most dramatic fashion. First they made a remarkable third period comeback from a 0-3 deficit to beat Eastern Conference finalists New York Rangers right in Madison Square Garden; then back on home ice they scored they tying goal with under 5 seconds on the clock, then went on to beat the reigning Presidents’ Trophy champions Florida Panthers early in overtime.

The Caleb Jones trade, a year and a half later

It’s hard to believe it’s been 506 days since the Edmonton Oilers traded Caleb Jones because frankly, it feels like just yesterday. The Oilers drafted Jones in the 4th round of the 2015 draft, and his development was quicker than I ever recall. After his draft he spent two seasons with the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks where he provided tons of offence from the backend.