Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is now the longest tenured Edmonton Oilers. General Manager Peter Chiarelli made another bold summer trade today sending Jordan Eberle to the New York Islanders for winger Ryan Strome. The Oilers save $3.5 million in cap space this season from this deal, and Chiarelli is hoping a change of scenery will boost Strome’s offence. Eberle is much more of a proven scorer at this point. Strome has 45-81-126 in 245 NHL games, while Eberle has 165-217-382 in 507 games.
The next four days should provide a lot of discussion. The NHL player awards are tonight. Will Connor McDavid get the Trifecta? The expansion draft will coincide with the awards and we’ll see who the Las Vegas Knights select, but the bigger story will likely be who they don’t choose and what trades they make. Some of Vegas’ trades will be announced this evening, while the rest will be officially announced on Thursday, but I suspect most will leak out before they are announced officially.
Tonight the NHL will unveil the Las Vegas Golden Knights roster, followed by an expected multitude of trades. The expansion draft has been a good off-season distraction, and while many will wait to see who the Knights select and trade, the NHL Players Awards will also be handed out. It is fitting that on an evening when many of the NHL’s best players will be in attendance, they will be overshadowed by an expansion team and the fate of less skilled players.
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Selecting a term
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