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The Edmonton Oilers recently landed Nail Yakupov in the draft, and now they're loading up with one of the top defenseman prospects.
The Edmonton Oilers signed a defenceman this morning, but it wasn’t the name that everyone has been waiting for. Early Saturday morning the team announced that they had signed Vancouver Giant defenceman David Musil. Musil was the Oilers second round pick at the 2011 NHL entry draft and while the Oilers didn’t need to sign him for another year since he is almost a lock to return...
The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to a deal with stud defenseman, Justin Schultz. The news will be confirmed tomorrow, July 1st, when free agency officially opens. Edmonton was the winner of a 26-team chase and has considerably strengthened their blueline.
The 6’2”, 21-year old from West Kelowna, British Columbia was a second-round draft pick of the Anaheim Ducks and just finished...
After making the hockey world wonder for the past few months we finally know the destination for former Badger defenseman Justin Schultz. He didn't wade into the free agency pool long as he announced earlier today that he will join the Edmonton Oilers to begin his NHL career. He became a free agent after allowing his exclusive signing period with the Anahiem Ducks...
via Oilers tweet, The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms with Justin Schultz. More details to come.
*Justin Schultz in Flavor Flav voice*
The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms with Justin Schultz. More details to come.
— Edmonton Oilers (@NHL_Oilers) June 30, 2012
Ottawa was in there right to the end supposedly. Valiant effort team. Edmonton is just unbeatable lately everywhere but on the ice.
from Mark Spector of Sportsnet, It was LeBron James-like, as the Saturday afternoon unfolded, and hockey fans across the continent learned that their teams had fallen out of the Justin Schultz race, one after another.
The Toronto Maple Leafs were out. Then the New York Rangers. Then the Vancouver Canucks. Then the Minnesota Wild.
It was a day made for Twitter, as fans and hockey...
He's met his reps in Toronto and now newly UFA'd Justin Schultz the 22-year-old from Kelowna, BC has a shortlist of NHL teams he can see himself playing on.
The list includes our Vancouver Canucks, the Toronto Maple Leafs, the New York Rangers, the Ottawa Senators and the (gasp) Edmonton Oilers.
We've heard that the Oilers brass plan to include Taylor Hall in the...
from TSN, After meeting with his Newport representatives in Toronto, unrestricted free agent Justin Schultz is ready to talk to a shortlist of NHL teams bidding for his services.
And the young defenceman has narrowed down his list of suitors to the Vancouver Canucks, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators and Edmonton Oilers.
The Oilers plan to include Taylor Hall...