Tyler started Below The Ice in 2017. He now produces the Lowdown with Lowetide on TSN 1260 in Edmonton and also writes for Oilersnation.
Liam is currently a media/marketing employee with the Sherwood Park Crusaders and covers the team for BTI. You’ll also see him voicing his opinion on fantasy hockey from time to time.
Taylor currently plays Jr.B in Edmonton. He writes about the Montreal Canadiens and anything else that catches his eye in the hockey world.
Only writing when he’s pissed off, this community college drop out turned radio student has some steaming hot takes. He’s currently an intern at 630 CHED/iNews 880 in Edmonton.
Also a contributor at Leafsnation, Brayden got his writing career going at BTI. He uses his experience as a goalie to break down the position.
Adam tries to bring a voice of reason to angry Oilers fans. He’s currently a member of HC Bat Yam in the Israeli League and splits his time between Tel Aviv and Edmonton, completely butchering his sleep schedule trying to keep up-to-date with the latest NHL news. You’ll likely see his articles following a big trade or when the Oilers make a move.
Spencer is the owner and co-founder of Win Column Sports, an Edmonton and area based website focusing on the junior and semi-professional athletes in Alberta. He’s also a passionate Oilers fan, and isn’t shy about giving his opinion when Peter Chiarelli does the team wrong. Spencer is 6’0, a Pisces and overall just a swell human being.
Ian is currently a radio student at NAIT who loves sports but loves to write about them even more. A die-hard Oilers fan and less-hard Rangers fan, he looks for any opportunity to talk/discuss/rant/write on his teams and sports. When he isn’t writing or watching sports he’s trying to play them, in reality or on PS4 and enjoys co-hosting YouTube channel.
Jordan is a current television student at NAIT who loves all sports and loves to give his opinion. He bleeds blue and green as he is a huge Canucks fan, spending most of his free time reliving the glory days and looking forward to the future of the Canucks. He looks forward to continue writing about hockey and playing arm chair GM when the opportunity arises.
Declared by his father as an encolypedia of useless hockey knowledge, Wyatt is a current radio student at NAIT. Wyatt is a Comedian by night and hockey writer by day, although sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.