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The Oilers Prospect Report: Let’s talk World Juniors

There’s plenty to discuss on this week’s edition of the Oilers Prospect Report, so let’s waste no time and dive into the thick of it. World Junior Call Ups It comes with no real surprise, but the Oilers 22nd overall pick from the 2021 NHL Draft, Xavier Bourgault, has been selected for Team Canada’s World…

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The Oilers Prospect Report: Petrov continues to impress in North Bay

It has been an oddly quiet week in the Edmonton Oilers prospect world.  The Bakersfield Condors didn’t play at all this week. They are back in action this weekend against the Ontario Reign and San Diego Gulls. Of course, we’ve watched a few of the Condors play a role for the Oilers recently. Philip Broberg…

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Oilers Prospect Report: Petrov signs entry-level contract

Welcome back to the world of prospects in Oily Land! The points weren’t flying off the table as much as we’ve seen in the past. Carter Savoie was held pointless against North Dakota, Xavier Bourgault only played in one game, and the Condors offence struggled to produce. Now, lets dive into the rest of the…

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Oilers Prospect Report: Bourgault takes the lead in QMJHL scoring race

Every week it’s the same names that continue to shine in the Oilers prospect world: Xavier Bourgault, Carter Savoie, and Tyler Tullio. It’s great to see that those players are able to perform at such a high-level week in week out. For this week’s edition of the prospect report, a few of the lesser-known names…

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Oilers Prospect Report: Condors season starts and Savoie dominates

It’s been another good week for Oilers prospects around the hockey world. The Bakersfield Condors start 2-0-0, a first-round pick to shine in Quebec, and a couple of late-round picks continue to prove their worth.  We’ll start this week in California with the Condors.  Stuart Skinner (78th overall, 2017) is back up with the big…

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Oilers Prospect Report: Bourgault starts season hot

The Edmonton Oilers opened up their 2021-22 campaign with a win last night but in typical Oilers fashion. Hold a comfortable lead for most of the game, giving everyone hope, and then blow it late in the third. Thankfully, Mike Smith made some big stops, and Kyle Turris buried his shootout goal to give them…