GM of the Oilers is very excited to announce an endorsement deal signed with Everlast. Oilers will be receiving 2.5 million from Everlast. There were not many discussions with the Everlast company because they had zeroed in on the Oilers from the get go. Tom Wilson is the exact type of player that Everlast wants to represent it going forward. Everlast was very blunt in their discussion with the
Entry Draft then Free Agency
Ok, I can honestly say that feels like I said that about a year ago, but clearly we know it's not... As I sit here, don't think can give the reason behind the decision, except I thinkg any undrafted players can get signed via Free Agency... uh oh, as I typed that, I realize how that will break a certain section of the site, but thats ok, anything can be fixed.
Let's get the convers
RSHL Interview #10: Gm Sebastiano Loconte
Today we welcome the inaugural GM of the Edmonton Oilers, GM Sebastiano Loconte. Thanks for joining us today Sebastiano.
Sebastiano: Sure sure
Your recent deal landing Elias Pettersson from Buffalo has the whole league buzzing. Can you walk us through the deal and why it was made?
Sebastiano: So I did an evaluation of my team and figured I was in a position wi
In Season GP
( 12 votes in already!)
Do we want current RSHL season GP to factor into waivers?
( 14 votes in already!)
How do we want this to go?
RSHL Interview #9: GM Hugh Delwo
Today we welcome GM of the western conference leading Winnipeg Jets, GM Hugh Delwo. Thanks for joining us today Hugh.
Hugh: Thanks for having me.
How does it feel to be on top right now?
Hugh: Haha – would take that statement with a grain of salt but am happy with our current position.
Can the Jets win the Presidents trophy and maybe make a run at the
RSHL Interview #8: GM Scott Palmer
Today we welcome the inaugural GM of the Tampa Bay Lightning , GM Scott Palmer. Thanks for joining us today Scott.
Scott: Thanks for having me.
How does it feel to be one of only 4 GMs to ever be a 2 time champ?
Scott: It's nice but doesn't matter much when we aren't competitive.
It has been a while since title number 2. What's been going wrong?
So Brett asked me a couple of days ago to post on this and get a feel from the league...but I'm slow and lazy so I'm just getting to it now.
How do we want to continue (or not) with the waiver process? I don't think last year went like any of us hoped it would. I'm not sure if it's a concept we want to ditch entirely and forever, but it definitely wasn't the positive change we were
Originally Posted: 9/9/2018