Oilers shave the roster further, look to maximize their LTIR pool ahead of opening night.
The freshly signed RW slips back a few spots after a somewhat stagnant 2020-21 season, at least against expectations.
The Russian rearguard will be back in North America after a brief stint in the KHL, and could might see his first NHL action this year.
The recently signed 2020 fifth round pick makes his first appearance inside the T25U25 top 20 after a positive year that saw him get his first taste of professional hockey.
Tullio played in Slovakia last season with the OHL shutdown, but is expected to return to Oshawa and captain the Generals.
The 6’5’’, 215-lb RHD checks in at #24 in this year’s T25 U25. Have we revealed how few AHL games we watch as a staff?
6’2’’, 194-pound LD from the German junior league picked joins Xavier Bourgault in #Oilers 2021 draft class.
The #Oilers true top prospect, Evan Bouchard’s ceiling is sky high after a successful start to his professional career.
Draft day steal to almost first-round bust, Puljujarvi’s career has taken a few turns since the #Oilers took him 4th overall, but the young Finn has his best shot to find success in Edmonton.
Oilers first team hopeful finds work after a brief hiatus saw him without a team for a couple of weeks.
23-year old signed a two-year ELC in May before being loaned to Linköping HC to stay sharp during the pandemic.
Badgers sophomore joins 45 other Team Canada hopefuls for camp starting on November 16th for an unprecedented 28-day camp.
The 20 year old (21 in October) will join Sodertalje in Sweden’s HockeyAllsvenskan, the country’s second-best league until Oilers training camp begins.
Reports of Raphaël Lavoie being loaned to Rögle BK (SHL) as well as more #Oilers prospects look to secure work overseas.
Benson figures to get more of a look this time around with #Oilers battling injuries to McDavid, Neal, and Nygard ahead of tough road trip.
Slick passing, cloud yelling, right shooting defenseman poised to make a big impact on the big club, possibly (for better or worse) as early as this fall.
Big, fast, right-shooting second-rounder might be the best pick the #Oilers made this summer.
One of Peter Chiarelli’s better decisions looks a good candidate to make a mark on the big club in 2019-20.
Left-sided Swedish rearguard looks to buttress impressive debut season in the AHL.
22-year old SHL mainstay has one more year to convince the #Oilers he’s worth a contract before he becomes a UFA.