The Oilers express interest in signing Evander Kane | The Point

  • Published on Jan 12, 2022
  • The Oilers express interest in signing Evander Kane | The Point
    Emily Kaplan joins The Point to discuss the Edmonton Oilers’ interest in acquiring free agent Evander Kane.
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Comments • 6

  • Riley Archuletta
    Riley Archuletta 4 months ago +4

    I understand about giving people second chances but Evander Kane has had more then a few chances people forget that he’s been on multiple teams in the past with issues

  • Anna Roberts
    Anna Roberts 4 months ago +2

    How many chances should a person get. Some people never change, maybe for a few weeks, months but eventually they go back what they have done in the past.
    Other players on other teams might take a issue with him..
    Fans will definitely show there displeasure when the team travels..
    And if someone replying and says it's racist. Fans support there teams. To this day opponent players are still bood at Arenas. I won't mention which teams.

  • V strom
    V strom 4 months ago

    Kane rejects coilers

  • monstersofthemidw100
    monstersofthemidw100 4 months ago +1

    Oilers already giving up on themselves and trying out the Toronto method. That loss to the wild really sent things down hill eh

    • Daniel Simpson
      Daniel Simpson 5 days ago

      Should print these words out, then eat them. 😉

    • Cris
      Cris 4 months ago

      I dont get it? whats the leafs method? the leafs actually have great depth, play good d, and an vezina level goalie in net? the last two and half years keefe has these guys playing the right way where the little things come first. If your talking about the leafs from 2017-19 yea that team didnt have the right pieces on their bottom 6 forwards, horrible head coach, fred never showed up in the playoffs, and the d core wasn't what it is today