Robin Brownlee

Oilers brace for Capital showdown

As match-ups go, the suddenly struggling Edmonton Oilers couldn’t find a less favourable one than today’s showdown against the Washington Capitals if they tried.

Oilers camp about changing attitudes

Pat Quinn admits his first day of training camp as coach of the Edmonton Oilers won’t be as much about assessing players as getting to know names.

Looking for the end zone

The Edmonton Eskimos aren’t wasting time lamenting what could have been when they last faced the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but there’s little doubt in their minds going into a rematch at Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday they let one get away.

Curb your enthusiasm

Emotion won’t be a problem for the Edmonton Eskimos when the Calgary Stampeders come calling at Commonwealth Stadium today.

Patience paying off for McCarty

Calvin McCarty wants the football in his hands. Always has, always will.

Eskimos running for respectability

Common sense suggests the Edmonton Eskimos chances of beating the Montreal Alouettes today improve greatly if they can keep the ball in the hands of Arkee Whitlock and Calvin McCarty and out of the grasp of Anthony Calvillo.

Oilers fans suffer another great disappointment

Had things unfolded the way the Edmonton Oilers expected they would amid the optimism of October, they’d be facing the Calgary Flames on Friday and Saturday with the Northwest Division title hanging in the balance.