Washington Capitals vs. Detroit Red Wings - NHL (11/11/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
After a solid win against one of the best teams in the league, the Detroit Red Wings find themselves on a roll heading into another tough opponent on Thursday night, as they get set to host Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. The win also marks the first time this season the Wings have come out on top in three straight games. Watch the Detroit Red Wings on DirecTV StreamThe Washington Capitals snapped a small losing skid of their own when they defeated the Buffalo Sabres on Monday night. Check out more stories about the Detroit Red Wings here on MLiveWho: Washington Capitals (6-2-4) vs. Detroit Red Wings (7-5-2)When: Thursday, November 11Time: 7:30 p.m. ETWhere: Little Caesars Arena (Detroit, Mich.)Channel: Bally Sports DetroitStream: DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Red Wings win ‘fun game’ with arena buzzing
The Red Wings defeated the Oilers 4-2 at Little Caesars Arena, their season-high third consecutive victory. Sparked by a pair of goals from Vladislav Namestnikov, the Red Wings led 3-0 until the final minute of the second period. Everyone believes in each other; we have a good team. He stood on his head.”The Red Wings did well to take only two penalties against a power play that was clicking at 50 percent (15 for 30). I thought we did a good job of that.”More: Red Wings top Oilers for third win in a rowmlive.com
Red Wings stave off Oilers for third win in a row
DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings were strong through two periods Tuesday and withstood the Edmonton Oilers’ comeback attempt in the third period to skate away with a 4-2 victory at Little Caesars Arena. The Red Wings (7-5-2) have won a season-high three in a row while handing the Western Conference-leading Oilers just their second defeat (9-2-0). Namestnikov scored his second goal of the game and seventh of the season at 6:43 of the second period to put the Red Wings ahead 2-0. He corralled a big rebound in his own zone and raced down the ice as the Red Wings were caught pinching. The Red Wings played a strong opening period, generating several scoring chances and outshooting the Oilers 16-9.mlive.com
Red Wings-Oilers pits leading NHL scorers and top rookies
The NHL’s two-leading rookie scorers will be trying to defend the league’s two top scorers tonight when the Edmonton Oilers face the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena (7:30, Bally Sports Detroit). “If Larks’ line is out against them, I have no worries in any three of those players, Bert, Larks or Raymond. If you have one line out against them it’s another challenge because of how much they play, and at times they have really long shifts. Your whole team has to be ready to play against them, but I have confidence in Lucas.”Raymond leads NHL rookies with six goals and 14 points. Somebody was showing the goal yesterday and then they went through a whole montage of goals that might rival it.mlive.com
Edmonton Oilers vs. Detroit Red Wings - NHL (11/9/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
Coming into Tuesday night, the Detroit Red Wings are feeling confident, thanks to their recent play. After a tough contest against a good Pacific Division opponent on Sunday, they are now graced with hosting Connor McDavid and the high-flying Edmonton Oilers. Watch the Detroit Red Wings on DirecTV StreamThe Oilers are off to one of their best starts in recent memory, busting out of the gates with a 9-1 record. Check out more stories about the Detroit Red Wings here on MLiveWhat: NHL HockeyWho: Edmonton Oilers (9-1-0) vs. Detroit Red Wings (6-5-2)When: Tuesday, November 9Time: 7:30 p.m. ETWhere: Little Caesars Arena (Detroit, Mich.)Channel: Bally Sports DetroitStream: DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Connor McDavid scores goal of the year, faces Red Wings next
Connor McDavid dangled the puck and skated through four New York Rangers to score what easily could be the goal of the year in the NHL on Friday. McDavid ranks second with 22 points. McDavid won the Hart Trophy as NHL MVP last season. Lucas Raymond has six goals and 14 points, including five points (two goals, three assists) in the past three games. He’s an incredible guy, a quiet guy, but when you start peeling back the layers, he’s funny, he’s smart, he’s just a great teammate and someone who never lost confidence in himself.mlive.com
Seattle Kraken vs. Edmonton Oilers - NHL (11/1/21) | How to Watch, Start Time
An intriuging Pacific Division matchup is on tap for Monday night in the plains of Alberta, as the expansion Seattle Kraken look to keep their positive play going against the high-powered offense of the Edmonton Oilers. The Kraken may have started their first season a little inauspiciously, going 1-4-1 to start. The loss marked only the second time this season that the Oilers failed to score five goals or more. What: NHL HockeyWho: Seattle Kraken (3-4-1) vs. Edmonton Oilers (5-1)When: Monday, November 1Time: 9:30 p.m. ETWhere: Rogers Place (Edmonton, Alberta)Stream: ESPN+Check out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
How to Watch the Edmonton Oilers vs. Winnipeg Jets (5/23/21) -- Stanley Cup Playoffs (Game 3) | Channel, Stream, Time
The pressure is on for the one of the most highly touted offenses in the NHL, as the Edmonton Oilers head to Winnipeg for game three against the Jets, down 2-0 in their best-of-seven series. After the Jets pulled out a 4-1 win in game one, the two teams tangled in a goaltending duel on Friday night. The Oilers’ Mike Smith and the Jets Connor Hellebuyck went save-for-save throughout the night, with the goaltenders combining for 74 saves, including 17 in the first period for Smith. Watch the Stanley Cup Playoffs on FuboTV (7-day free trial)The game went scoreless through regulation, meaning overtime was needed for the eighth time already this postseason. What: NHL North Division PlayoffsWho: (2) Edmonton Oilers vs. (3) Winnipeg Jets (Jets lead 2-0)When: Sunday, May 23Time: 7:00 p.m.mlive.com
How to Watch the Winnipeg Jets vs. Edmonton Oilers (5/19/21) -- Stanley Cup Playoffs (Game 1) | Channel, Stream, Time
An old Smythe-division battle sees the Winnipeg Jets take on the Edmonton Oilers. McDavid led the league with 105 points, including scoring 21 points in the final eight games of the regular season. Winnipeg may have won their final two games of the regular season, but prior to that, they lost seven straight games. In the nine meetings between the two teams, Edmonton won seven of them, all of which came in regulation. What: NHL PlayoffsWho: (3) Winnipeg Jets vs. (2) Edmonton OilersWhen: Wednesday, May 19Time: 9:00 p.m.mlive.com
Oilers star McDavid reaches 500 career points 369th NHL game
EDMONTON, AB - FEBRUARY 17: Connor McDavid #97 of the Edmonton Oilers skates the puck against Mark Scheifele #55 of the Winnipeg Jets at Rogers Place on February 17, 2021 in Edmonton, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images)EDMONTON, AB – Oilers captain Connor McDavid has joined an elite club. McDavid notched his 500th NHL point with a first-period assist in Wednesday night's 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets. The 24-year-old center, from Richmond Hill, Ontario, is the 21st player in NHL history to accomplish the feat before his 25th birthday. McDavid now has 171 goals and 330 assists in his career and leads the NHL in points this season with nine goals and 22 assists in 18 games.
John Muckler, coach who won 5 Cups with Oilers, dies at 86
(AP Photo/Don Heupel, File)EDMONTON, AB – John Muckler, who coached four NHL teams and won five Stanley Cup championships with the Edmonton Oilers, has died. He joined Edmonton in 1982 as an assistant coach under Glen Sather and won five Stanley Cups with the organization from 1984-90, the last one as head coach. When the Midland, Ontario, native left Edmonton, he served as director of operations and head coach for the Buffalo Sabres from 1991-95. Muckler also was head coach of the New York Rangers from 1997-2000, and spent 35 games in charge of the 1968-69 Minnesota North Stars. He became general manager of the Ottawa Senators in 2001 and helped build a team that reached the 2007 Stanley Cup final, where the Senators lost to Anaheim.
Detroit Red Wings release 2020-21 schedule, starting Jan. 14 against Carolina
Dylan Larkin of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates his first period gaol against the Edmonton Oilers with teammates at Little Caesars Arena on October 29, 2019 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)The Detroit Red Wings will open the 2020-21 NHL season on Jan. 14 at home against the Carolina Hurricanes. The Red Wings and Hurricanes are both competing in the realigned Central Division with Columbus, Dallas, Chicago, Florida, Nashville and Tampa. Little Caesars Arena will not have fans. Here’s the full Red Wings schedule (view printable PDF here):
Oilers say McDavid tests positive for COVID-19
EDMONTON, AB – Edmonton Oilers star Connor McDavid has tested positive for COVID-19. McDavid, a 23-year-old forward, is self-quarantining at home and experiencing mild symptoms, according to the Oilers. “He will continue to be monitored and will follow all associated health protocols,” the team said Monday night in a statement. 1 overall pick in the 2015 draft, is widely considered the best player in the NHL. The captain of the Oilers had 34 goals and 63 assists in 64 games during the pandemic-shortened season.
Report: Former Red Wings defenseman Mike Green to retire from hockey
Mike Green plans to retire from hockey amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report from The Athletic. The former Detroit Red Wings defenseman said he is considering other things that I feel called to do.Green, 34, joined the Red Wings in 2015. He had 11 points in 48 games played with the Red Wings this season with a -32 rating. He was traded to Ken Hollands Edmonton Oilers in February as the Oilers were making a push for the playoffs. Overall, Green recorded 501 points in 880 career NHL games.
Report: Ken Holland officially hired as Edmonton Oilers GM
DETROIT Ken Holland is officially taking the general manager position with the Edmonton Oilers, according to TSN's Ryan Rishaug. The longtime Detroit Red Wings GM was reportedly offered $25 million over five years to take control of Edmonton's full hockey operations. Under his tenure as GM, Detroit won three Stanley Cups and missed the playoffs just three times -- these past three years. Steve Yzerman was named Detroit's newest GM on April 19 and Holland was promoted to a senior executive position with the Red Wings. "It has been a privilege and an honor to be the general manager of the Detroit Red Wings."
Ken Holland reportedly leaving Detroit Red Wings for Edmonton Oilers
DETROIT Ken Holland may be leaving his new senior vice president spot with the Detroit Red Wings, if reports are true. The Edmonton Oilers have reportedly offered the former Detroit Red Wings general manager full hockey operations control if he becomes their general manager. UPDATE: Report: Ken Holland officially hired as Edmonton Oilers GMThe contract he was reportedly offered pays $25 million over five years. If he accepts the Edmonton job, he reportedly would have full control of the front office. Ken Holland is expected to meet with DET ownership today.
Report: Oilers offer Red Wings' Ken Holland full hockey operations control as general manager
DETROIT The Edmonton Oilers have reportedly offered former Detroit Red Wings general manager Ken Holland full hockey operations control if he becomes their general manager. Holland was named Detroit's senior vice president last month when the team hired Steve Yzerman as its new general manager. If he accepts the Edmonton job, he reportedly would have full control of the front office. Detroit won three Stanley Cups during Holland's 22-year tenure as general manager.