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John Marino Defenceman - [Edm prospect drafted last year] is a USHL Tri-City defenceman who helped the team win the Clark Cup this year.

William Lagesson [Prospect] Hometown: Goteborg Sweden Team: Edmonton Oilers Currently Playing In: NCAA Birthday: 1996-02-22 Position: D Eligible for draft: 2014 Shoots: Left Drafted: 2014 Height: 6-2 Acquired: 4th round (91st overall), 2014 Weight: 200 lbs

2016 NHL Entry Draft marked the start of very busy summer for Edmonton Oiler's Peter Chiarelli. A 4th pick overall, a huge trade [Hall/Larson] and the signing of Lucic plus picking up some excellent prospects.

Markus Niemelainen – The Next Ones: NHL 2016 Draft Prospect Profile -

Ochapowace NHL prospect Ethan Bear trades stick for softball glove

Ethan Bear is a highly-touted Edmonton Oilers' prospect. It was his strong defence that got the attention of the Oilers, who chose Bear in the draft's fifth round. Bear says he almost "blacked out" when he heard his name. "I couldn't believe it. I was in shock. I was kind of stunned," he said. "I hugged all my family...I couldn't wait to go down and meet all the Edmonton guys."

Mathew Tkachuk, draft prospect. A multi-dimensional energy winger that plays a pro-style, adaptive game. Well-versed as a guy who can consistently put up points, but also as an agitator who plays with a little bit of bite and nastiness.

The 2015 Edmonton Oilers Team Awards -

Edmonton Oilers: Five Impact Prospects for 2015-16 -

EDMONTON -- Connor McDavid put on a show for roughly 7,300 fans Monday at Rexall Place during a 4-on-4 intrasquad scrimmage for Edmonton Oilers prospects. The No. 1 pick at the 2015 NHL Draft had three goals in two 20-minute halves of 4-on-4 play, then scored two more in seven minutes at 3-on-3, leading his team to an 8-6 win.

Edmonton Oilers win NHL Draft lottery, chance to draft Connor McDavid

The Edmonton Oilers won the Connor McDavid sweepstakes. The Oilers’ card was pulled by NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly, as a team with the third worst record and an 11.5-percent chance to win the lottery took the top spot and the chance to draft the OHL super prospect. “It’s going to affect your entire lineup, and getting the No. 1 pick is certainly going to fill a big hole in our lineup,” said Bill Scott, assistant general manager.