It’s a quiet week in the Oilers prospect world. 
Matvey Petrov, Tyler Tullio, and Carter Savoie had zero points between the three, which hasn’t happened all year. 
And no other prospect outside of Bakersfield scored more than two points. 
However, there was a significant return to the ice for arguably the Oilers best prospect, so let’s talk about him today.

Dylan Holloway Returns

The long-awaited return of Dylan Holloway occurred this past week after recovering from wrist surgery and COVID-19. 
The Oilers 2020 first-round pick didn’t disappoint either with three assists in his first three games with the Bakersfield Condors. Not a bad start to his pro career, hey? 
He looked very comfortable despite being off the ice for so long. Now, the question is, when should fans expect to see him in an Edmonton Oilers jersey? My answer to that is I have no idea. 
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Suppose he continues at this pace, probably not that long. However, the longer he stays in Bakersfield, the better for him. You don’t want to rush him, then he gets here and can’t contribute. We’ve seen that too many times in the past. 
Now, like it or not, Evander Kane is an Edmonton Oiler which gives more time for Holloway to stay in the AHL and find his game. 

Bakersfield jumps into the win column

.With the injection of Holloway into their lineup, the Bakersfield Condors went 2-1-0 over the past seven days. 
Their first win of the week came against the San Jose Barracuda. After a scoreless first period, the Barracuda jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the second period. James Hamblin responded for the Condors with his ninth of the year, which led to three unanswered goals from the Bakersfield offence. Devin Brosseau, Vincent Desharnais and Adam Cracknell got the goals to help them overcome the early deficit. John Leonard scored late in the third for San Jose to make it a 4-3 final. 
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San Jose got their revenge the next night, taking down the Condors 5-2. Tim Schaller and Raphael Lavoie got the only goals for Bakersfield. 
In their most recent game, Bakersfield returned to winning ways. Brosseau was active on the scoresheet again with two goals against the Tucson Roadrunners. Seth Griffith, Dino Kambeitz, and Markus Niemelainen scored as the Condors won 6-2.
Bakersfield now sits in 4th in the Pacific Division with a 15-9-6 record.
Games Played
Goals
Assists
Points
AHL
Cooper Marody
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
26
12
16
28
Last 7 days
1
0
2
2
Dmitri Samorukov
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
23
1
5
6
84th overall, 2017
Last 7 days
3
0
0
0
Dylan Holloway
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
3
0
3
3
14th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
3
0
3
3
Filip Berglund
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
23
0
4
4
91st overall, 2016
Last 7 days
2
0
1
1
Graham McPhee
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
22
2
2
4
149th overall, 2016
Last 7 days
1
0
1
1
James Hamblin
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
26
9
5
14
Last 7 days
3
1
0
1
Markus Niemelainen
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
19
2
2
4
63rd overall, 2016
Last 7 days
3
1
0
1
Michael Kesselring
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
20
1
3
4
162nd overall, 2018
Last 7 days
3
0
0
0
Ostap Safin
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
20
2
3
5
115th overall, 2017
Last 7 days
1
0
1
1
Philip Broberg
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
24
2
15
17
8th overall, 2019
Last 7 days
2
0
1
1
Philip Kemp
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
24
3
3
6
208th overall, 2017
Last 7 days
3
0
0
0
Raphael Lavoie
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
30
7
8
15
38th overall, 2019
Last 7 days
3
1
2
3
Ryan McLeod
Bakersfield Condors
Forward
Season
7
1
4
5
40th overall, 2018
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
Vincent Desharnais
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
29
4
9
13
183rd overall, 2016
Last 7 days
3
1
2
3
William Lagesson
Bakersfield Condors
Defence
Season
11
0
2
2
91st overall, 2014
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
Games Played
GAA
SV %
Ilya Konovalov
Bakersfield Condors
Goaltender
Season
10
2.48
0.9
85th overall, 2019
Last 7 days
0
1
0.952
Olivier Rodrigue
Bakersfield Condors
Goaltender
Season
13
3.09
0.886
62nd overall, 2018
Last 7 days
2
2
0.926
Stuart Skinner
Bakersfield Condors
Goaltender
Season
8
1.96
0.925
Last 7 days
0
0
0
Games Played
Goals
Assists
Points
Europe
Maxim Beryozkin
Lokomotiv Yaroslav (KHL)
Forward
Season
30
1
1
2
138th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
Maxim Denezhkin
Lada Togliatti (VHL)
Forward
Season
44
14
18
32
193rd overall, 2019
Last 7 days
2
2
0
2
Jeremias Lindewall
Modo Hockey (Sweden)
Forward
Season
34
0
4
4
200th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
5
0
0
0
Aapeli Räsänen
KalPa (Liiga)
Forward
Season
35
6
13
19
153rd overall, 2016
Last 7 days
1
0
0
0
Patrik Siikanen
JVP (Liiga)
Forward
Season
26
6
4
10
195th overall, 2018
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
NCAA
Skyler Brind’ Amour
Quinnipiac Univ
Forward
Season
23
2
9
11
177th overall, 2017
Last 7 days
3
0
2
2
Filip Engaras
University of New Hampshire
Forward
Season
23
4
8
12
169th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
2
1
0
1
Tomas Mazura
Providence College
Forward
Season
8
1
1
2
162nd overall, 2019
Last 7 days
0
0
1
1
Luca Munzenberger
University of Vermont
Defence
Season
18
0
2
2
90th overall, 2021
Last 7 days
2
0
0
0
Carter Savoie
University of Denver
Forward
Season
20
13
15
28
100th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
2
0
2
2
OHL
Matvey Petrov
North Bay Battalion
Forward
Season
36
22
34
56
180th overall, 2021
Last 7 days
1
0
0
0
Tyler Tullio
Oshawa Generals
Forward
Season
34
17
30
47
126th overall, 2020
Last 7 days
2
0
0
0
QMJHL
Xavier Bourgault
Shawinigan Cataractes
Forward
Season
24
22
20
42
22nd overall, 2021
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
USHL
Shane Lachance
Youngstown Phantoms
Forward
Season
27
3
4
7
186th overall, 2021
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
WHL
Jake Chiasson
Brandon Wheat Kings
Forward
Season
0
0
0
0
116th overall, 2021
Last 7 days
0
0
0
0
Max Wanner
Moose Jaw Warriors
Defence
Season
41
3
10
13
212th overall, 2021
Last 7 days
3
0
1
1