A CANADA DAY CHARITY AUCTION!

Chris the Intern
June 27 2016 02:00PM


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I've said it before and I'll say it again, attending an Edmonton Prospects game is loads of fun. That being said, attending a Prospects game in a box, just meters away from home plate, is even better. Not enough? Attending an Edmonton Prospects game on Canada Day with 6700 other people could probably be the greatest thing you'll do all summer. 

So cancel your Canada Day plans and break out your wallets because we're auctioning off our box suite to Friday night's prospects game, with all proceeds going to the Inner City Children's Program!

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Oilers re-sign Iiro Pakarinen

Jonathan Willis
June 27 2016 01:02PM

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The Edmonton Oilers announced a bit of housekeeping on Monday, re-signing restricted free agent Iiro Pakarinen to a one-year contract. 

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Monday Mailbag - Who to Offer Sheet?

baggedmilk
June 27 2016 07:00AM

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Another draft is in the books and the Oilers, somehow, found a way to win the day despite not trading for a defenseman, or making any moves whatsoever. If you have any draft related questions, feel free to hit me up on Twitter or by email and I will get them in for next week. This week, we explore who the Oilers could target with an offer sheet, whether or not we should be worried about Ethan Bear's Team Canada snub, and Patient Pete® keeping cards close to his vest.

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TRADING NAIL

Lowetide
June 26 2016 03:26PM

If the Edmonton Oilers are going to trade Nail Yakupov this summer, it would seem doing it now is a good idea. Teams still have balls in the air, needs to be addressed, and problems they would like to get rid of before everyone hits the beach for summer. Where is the Russian phenom headed?

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July 1 the next deadline for defencemen trades

Jonathan Willis
June 26 2016 12:35PM

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The Edmonton Oilers were unable to secure a top defenceman at this summer’s NHL Draft. This is certainly concerning, but the good news for the Oilers is that they were not alone: Nobody secured a top defenceman. In fact, outside of a swap of somewhat comparable second-pair defenders between Buffalo and Florida, no NHL defender of any importance even moved.

Leaving aside the unlikely possibility that no defencemen are going to be traded at all this summer, that means there’s still action to come.

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