Last night during Edmonton's game against the Blues, Chiarelli made a deal. They traded rear guard Brandon Davidson in exchange for David Desharnais. It was trade that Oilers fans weren't on board with as Davidson has been a trooper for years in Edmonton.
After being drafted in the 6th round Brandon
We will update this as trades come in. Look for more in depth articles as we get to them.
Calgary pull in much sought after rental defenseman, February 20
Calgary Flames received: Michael Stone.
Arizona Coyotes received: 2018 third round pick, Conditional 2018 fifth round pick.
Winner: If the Flames re-sign Stone at the
Coyote's center Martin Hanzal has been traded to the Minnesota Wild. Arizona receives a 2017 1st round pick, a 2018 2nd round pick, a conditional 4th round pick in 2019, and minor league player Grayson Downing. The pick becomes a 3rd if the Wild win one round. If the Wild
As we get closer and closer to the highly anticipated NHL Trade Deadline, our team here at We Live For Hockey is going to go through each division, with deadline primers. With many teams in the mix of rumours and some just merely out of the playoff picture, moves are
The Vancouver Canucks are currently not a good team. They are 26th in the league, 28th in goals per game at 2.3, 20th in goals against per game at 2.83 allowed per game, and have an abysmal -19 goal differential. So why is it that Jim Benning went out and brought in Erik
Current Team Overview
The Montreal Canadiens currently sit 5th overall in league standings with a record of 30-14-7 and are almost certainly a lock for the playoffs. Long term however their ability to remain competitive may become an issue. Their current core is composed of players like Carey Price, Max
Today we start a new series focusing on where each Canadian team is headed in the long term. I’ll begin with my favorite team, the Edmonton Oilers.
The Edmonton Oilers this season have passed expectations currently sitting at 70 points. Much of this success has been on the backs of
To put it simply, Anaheim has no movement clause issues, which are going to result in the Ducks losing a very good player. As it stands Anaheim has given no move clauses to Getzlaf, Perry, Kesler, and Bieksa. Out of those four Kevin Bieksa is the man giving Anaheim
Lately the Oilers Blogosphere has boiling with hate towards Jordan Eberle. Many fans wanting him traded out for another defenceman, my question to you guys, why? Yes Jordan may have his defensive issues, the goal against Arizona blatantly showing it, but he is not a two way forward. Much like
The Winnipeg Jets have finally come to terms with defenseman Jacob Trouba on a contract. The deal has a duration of two years with an AAV of 3 million. This number is considered very low as it was reported that Trouba was seeking north of five million dollars for his