Kirt Hill spent parts of four seasons in the WHL as a player and a handful of years working in the leagues’ front office as the Manager of Player Development and Recruitment, before jumping to the NHL for a brief stint as an amateur scout with the Chicago Blackhawks.
It’s the off-season. You know what that means? It’s time to speculate about Milan Lucic’s future with the Edmonton Oilers.
If you could put yourself in Bob Nicholson’s shoes and conduct the interviews to find a new GM for the Edmonton Oilers, what would be the three most important questions you’d ask to determine the right guy for the job?
According to the Bakersfield Condors, the Edmonton Oilers have signed Ryan McLeod to a three-year entry-level contract which will start in 2019-20. McLeod also put pen to paper on an AHL amateur tryout contract, making him eligible to join the Bakersfield Condors on their playoff run without burning off a year of his ELC.
by OddsShark (@OddsShark) Oddsmakers at the outset of the NHL season sent mixed signals when it came to setting odds for the Edmonton Oilers – and ultimately the pessimistic view prevailed.