The Oilers' Darnell Nurse drops profanity in his postgame comments

Published October 27, 2023 at 4:40 PM

With a 3-0 loss to the New York Rangers in their last game, the Edmonton Oilers must be frustrated as a team.

To start the season, they have a terrible 1-5-1 record, leaving them dead last in the Pacific Division when everyone thought they would be contenders.

"You can't win in this League If you're not bringing 60 minutes efforts," he said. It's as simple as that. We have to reset, and can't feel sorry for ourselves. We can move on."

Without Connor McDavid, they look like nothing more than pretenders. Leon Draisaitl, Zach Hyman, and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins were unable to provide the offensive production the team needed.

"We gotta be better, like to a man," he said. "That's as simple as that. That's the dialogue, everyone knows. You know, it's easy to point fingers and what not. Like, I mean we got everyone just looking in the mirror at this point. We have to be a whole lot f***ing better."

Jonathan Quick's 59th shutout in his career was gifted to him with the Oilers' loss. With another loss, the Oilers faithful let the team know they weren't happy. Undoubtedly, Darnell Nurse was unhappy with the way the team played, which led to him dropping some major profanity.

Here is the clip of Darnell Nurse dropping an F-bomb

Against a struggling Calgary Flames, they must find their best selves in order to win the provincial rivalry on Saturday at Commonwealth Stadium during the Heritage Classic.
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The Oilers' Darnell Nurse drops profanity in his postgame comments

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