Edmonton Oilers Reveal Unfortunate News Regarding Young Forward

Published April 7, 2023 at 0:13

With playoffs being imminent the Edmonton Oilers will need the ability to call-up prospects and depth options if needed.

The Oilers announced a roster move today, with one of the younger forwards being involved in the move.

Ryan McLeod has been placed on LTIR, he had been out for 24 days and 10 games.

Moving McLeod to LTIR freed up enough cap space to call up depth defenseman Jason Demers.

Demers has notched 18 assists in 55 games with the Bakersfield Condors this season. The Condors signed Demers to a PTO in October after his last stint in the NHL was with the Arizona Coyotes in 2021.

A veteran of 699 NHL games, Demers has amassed 214 points (45g-169a) and was most recently with the Arizona Coyotes in 2020-21. A native of Dorval, Quebec, he was originally drafted by San Jose in the seventh round (#186 overall) 2008 NHL Draft by San Jose. He went on to play parts of six seasons with the Sharks. His postseason experience includes seven trips to the Stanley Cup Playoffs with two trips to the Western Conference Finals in 2010 and 2011.
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Edmonton Oilers Reveal Unfortunate News Regarding Young Forward

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