Edmonton Oilers

Lowetide: Why did the Oilers pick Nikita Yevseyev in the 2022 NHL draft?

Tyler Wright, director of amateur scouting for the Edmonton Oilers, has presided over a dozen drafts for three NHL teams. He spent three seasons (2011-13) with the Columbus Blue Jackets, six years (2014-2019) with the Detroit Red Wings and the last three drafts in Edmonton. In Columbus’ three drafts, Wright’s staff drafted zero Russians who …

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The best under-the-radar signings of the NHL offseason, including Frank Vatrano, Eric Comrie

The dust of NHL free agency continues to settle. Those big name players we’ve been looking at for weeks have (mostly) signed up somewhere, deals that we’ve looked at thoroughly. We’re here to talk about less chewy moves. The ones that may have flown under the radar. Or I was caught in a deadlock of …

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The Oilers bring in Campbell to be the final piece of the Stanley Cup puzzle

After the NHL draft, free agency and other offseason moves, NHL.com examines where each team stands in preparation for the 2022-23 regular season, which begins Oct. 7. Today Edmonton Oilers: Season 2021-22: 49-27-6, second in Pacific Division; lost in the Western Conference finals Key arrivals Jack CampbellG: The 30-year-old signed a five-year deal on July …

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McDavid backs Campbell signing with Oilers, ‘game speaks for itself’

TORONTO — Connor McDavid SAPS Jack CampbellHis experience in the spotlight playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs will help the goaltender handle the high expectations with the Edmonton Oilers. “Definitely. I mean, if you can be the starting goaltender for the Leafs, you can be the starting goaltender anywhere,” the Oilers captain said at Zach …

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