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Huge Splash

GM Brent has been very upset with how his team has performed this season. There is a couple players that earning there ice time but aside from them its been a complete wreck,

GM Brent shipped out his #1 Center for a up and comer that he believes will fit it nicely.
Leaving was Filip Hronek,Vincent trochek

Coming in was Ufa to be Noah Hanifin, Marco Rossi, Casey Cizikas and a pick. 

This trade we feel solidified our Defence more. added a nice young centerman and added a great 3rd line centerman that can PK in any situation!

Brett Leason is still being shopped heavily!


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Lackluster Results for Kings in FA

LOS ANGELES , CA -- 

As the free agent period turns from a frenzy into more of a smattering, the Los Angeles Kings continue to add to the periphery of their organization. 

On day 1, the black and silver came to an agreement to bring back depth defender Mark Borowiecki on a two-year pact that will pay the 31-year-old $1.025 million for each of the next two seasons; a small increase on his last season’s salary that paid  him $925,000.  With Boro-Cop back in the fold, the Kings currently have five of their six defenders from last season back with the club.  The lone omission being Mike Green whom retired at the end of last season. 

Youngster Caleb Jones has tentatively been penciled in on the Kings roster and will look to have a similar impact last season’s rookie unknown Christian Wolanin had not only making the club out of the preseason, but taking a spot in the club’s top-6 away from free agent arrival Jeff Petry.

Losing winger and perennial hits leader Bryan Rust to free agency would and was a tough enough pill to swallow.  Having him land in a divisional rival like the Edmonton Oilers is just a gut-punch for a franchise looking to take the next step after back-to-back incredible regular seasons.  Rust’s departure will definitely leave a whole on the Kings’ wing, but the club is optimistic that first rounder and seventh overall pick, rookie Ethan Cardwell has the skillset to fill in admirably.  Only time will tell.

With such an organizational exodus leading into the offseason, Los Angeles GM Chris Baker knew he had his work cut out for him heading into the open season of free agency.  Landing Borowiecki on day one – although underwhelming to the fanbase – was “just the beginning”.

Day 2 was much more active, but still lacked the oomph many were hoping for when the franchise signed defenders Taylor Fedun and Gavin Bayreuther along with forwards Cal Clutterbuck and Zach Fischer. 

Of the four, Clutterbuck is the only one slated for regular duty with the Kings while Fedun and Bayreuther are expected to fill roles in the Ontario Reign’s top-6 and Fischer having the potential to slot into a 2nd- line RW position.

As it stands listed below is a glimpse of the Los Angeles Kings organizational depth chart

LOS ANGELES KINGS
LINE 1    Hertl – Pettersson – Debrincat
LINE 2    Baertschi – Monahan – Lindholm
LINE 3    Fiala – Cardwell – Clutterbuck
LINE 4    Girgensons – Jankowski – Volkov
SCRATCH – Garland

D1           Leddy – Josi
D2           Wolanin – Klingberg
D3           Petry – Jones
SCRATCH – Borowiecki

G1          Vasilevskiy
G2          Saros

ONTARIO REIGN
LINE 1    Ryan – Shyrev – Ronning
LINE 2    Chromiak – Hillis – Fischer
LINE 3    X – Stephens – Jospeh
LINE 4    Rieder – X – X
SCRATCH – Talvitie, Usov

D1           Cholowski – Oesterle
D2           Reilly – Bayreuther
D3           Fedun – Lyabushkin
SCRATCH – Hicketts, Davis

G1          Akhtyamov
G2          Cormier
SCRATCH - Hogberg


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OCHL Entry Draft

This season we will be drafting from Odds class of 2021 NHL Draft.

The big Dman Owen Power will be in this pool!


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DAY 1

Well it has been one busy day for the Colorado Avalanche.

First they make an offer with the Minnesota Wild, and then with the New York Rangers.

Both deal brought in some players that will help now and some players that will help with the future of the Avalanche.

From The Wild is German superstar Tim Stutzle. Who's skill at a young age can launch his into a star in this league.

Gabe Vilardi coming from the New York Ranger is another player with the skills to be a star.

So yes the new GM of the Avalanche was very busy on his first day on the job.

We will see if it pays off.

 


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To The FUTURE

Oilers future continues to look bright, GM Brent has been the most active as i feel we have ever been here in Edmonton. The off-season seemed like a revolving door, players were coming in and leaving with in days. Many talented players left, bringing in youth and picks/prospects. We feel we have a good solid foundation to build around here now, plus we have enough future pieces to be competitive for seasons or to make a huge splash of a trade! Time will tell what we do here in Edmonton, but the trades will likely keep coming. 

We have some very serviceable pieces ready to make more of an impact on a new team.

Oskar Lindblom is one of them,

Marco Scandella is another


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