Ty Rattie

#8RW,
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0
A
2
Pts
2
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-2
PPP
0
SOG
10
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 195
Born:
Birth Place: Calgary, Alberta
Draft: 2011 2nd round (32nd pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • Taylor Hall’s remarkable run of bad luck
    NBC Sports

    Taylor Hall’s remarkable run of bad luck

    Taylor Hall deserves credit for that great “lottery ball specialist” tweet when the New Jersey Devils landed the top pick of the 2017 NHL Draft, but you could picture the star winger making such a joke while gritting his teeth. You see, as much as Hall seems to be a luck rabbit’s foot for a team when it comes to landing the top pick of a draft – just consider his Edmonton Oilers days on top of this last bit – but that good fortune hasn’t always come from an individual standpoint. In hopes that we may some day see Hall in, say, a playoff game, let’s recount some of his unluckiest moments.

  • Ducks score three goals in final 3:16 of regulation, stun Oilers in 2OT
    Yardbarker

    Ducks score three goals in final 3:16 of regulation, stun Oilers in 2OT

    Originally posted on The Comeback  |  By Matt Clapp  |  Last updated 5/6/17 Corey Perry gets the puck behiind Cam Talbot to complete an incredible comeback by the Ducks. Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports There are definitely two ways to look at Friday night’s Game 5 between the Anaheim Ducks and the Edmonton Oilers: An amazing comeback by the Ducks. A brutal collapse by the Oilers. Well, both ways are probably accurate in this instance. The Oilers had a 3-0 lead entering the final four minutes of regulation. And lost the game. Anaheim scored three goals in the final 3:16 of regulation to unbelievably send the game into overtime (and send the Honda Center crowd into a frenzy): Oilers general manager

  • Edmonton Oilers: It's Darnell Nurse's Time to Shine
    The Hockey Writers

    Edmonton Oilers: It's Darnell Nurse's Time to Shine

    There comes a time in every man’s life where he must prove himself. This applies to Darnell Nurse. He is ready to take on a bigger role on the Oilers’ blue line in 2017-18. In his first 115 NHL games, Nurse accumulated 21 points. His numbers are not outstanding, but he has taken some big steps forward during that time. Nurse was the seventh overall pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Hefty expectations come with being a top ten pick, especially when a high-end defender, full of potential, is drafted by a team with an ailing blue-line. The pick met the Oilers’ needs for the long-term, but patience was needed and so far, it is paying off for the 22-year-old. Nurse’s Rookie Season As a rookie in 2015-16,