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Making up for lost time

Returning from a season-ending injury, Jaedon Deschaneau is ready to show the hockey world that he's still a contender

by Meg Tilley @MegsTilley / EdmontonOilers.com

EDMONTON, AB - It was the hardest call Jaedon Descheneau would have to make in his young hockey career.

After four years of tearing up the rink with the Kootenay Ice, the Beaumont, Alta. native's fifth season with the Western Hockey League team was cut short when he separated his shoulder in a banal play in only his second game of the 2015-16 season.

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PREVIEW: Oilers at Flames / Flames at Oilers

Oilers open their pre-season schedule with two games: one in Calgary and one in Edmonton, both against the Flames

by Meg Tilley and Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Edmonton Oilers kick off the pre-season in a big way with two games. The Calgary Flames will help christen Rogers Place for NHL hockey, as they face the Oilers at 7 PM MDT.

The Oilers also visit the Flames and the two teams will meet at the Saddledome, also at 7 PM MDT. 

You can watch BOTH games right here at EdmontonOilers.com! Due to NHL regulations, the game can only be shown in the Oilers region (Alberta/Saskatchewan/Northwest Territories) 

For full game coverage and lineups, read on. 

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Oilers launch official mascot

"Hunter" the Canadian Lynx named after "Wild Bill" Hunter, original Oilers owner and hockey trailblazer

by Press Release / Oilers Entertainment Group

Video: Meet Hunter, the Edmonton Oilers newest team member

(Edmonton, AB) - The Edmonton Oilers revealed the newest member of the Oilers family, introducing their official mascot, "Hunter" the Canadian Lynx. The mascot is named Hunter as a tribute to "Wild Bill" Hunter, the original owner of the Edmonton Oilers who founded the team in 1972. As such, Hunter will also don #72 on his Oilers jersey.

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Training Camp

Adam Larsson embracing new home

Oilers defenseman learning the ropes after being traded from Devils

by DerekVan Diest / NHL.com Correspondent

EDMONTON -- Edmonton Oilers defenseman Adam Larsson came to terms with being traded from the New Jersey Devils on June 29 and is anxious to play a game for his new team.

Larsson will make his debut for the Oilers on Monday in a split-squad preseason game against the Calgary Flames. The Oilers have yet to announce whether he will be on the roster traveling to Calgary or the one hosting the Flames in the first NHL game at Rogers Place.

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Stories/Videos from Main Camp - Day 4

Read our blogs and watch videos from the fourth day of Oilers main camp

by edmontonoilers.com staff / Edmonton Oilers

BLOGS

VIDEO

PHOTOS

NEWS

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Europe beats Sweden in OT, advances to final

Tomas Tatar's two-goal night helped Team Europe best Sweden 3-2 in overtime and advance to the final

by Chris Wescott | Head Writer @TheChrisWescott / Edmontonoilers.com

Tomas Tatar scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift Team Europe to a 3-2 win against Sweden, and give them a spot in the final against Canada.

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Oilers trim camp roster to 58

The Oilers have assigned goalie Dylan Wells to the Peterborough Petes and released goalie Keven Bouchard

by Edmonton Oilers / Press Release

The Oilers have assigned goalie Dylan Wells to the Peterborough Petes and released goalie Keven Bouchard.

The Oilers camp roster is now down to 58.

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Kayle Doetzel released from camp

by Public Relations / Edmonton Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers have released defenceman Kayle Doetzel from camp.

 

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Europe looks to advance in showdown with Sweden

Team Europe plays Sweden in the last semi finals showdown

by Chris Wescott | Head Writer @TheChrisWescott / Edmontonoilers.com

Will Team Europe continue to be the surprise of the tournament, or will they meet their end against Sweden in the semi finals?

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Canada headed to final after 5-3 win over Russia

Canada cruised to victory over Russia, securing a spot in the final at the World Cup of Hockey

by Chris Wescott | Head Writer @TheChrisWescott / Edmontonoilers.com

Canada was able to overcome a brilliant start to the night by Russian goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, and a 2-2 tie at the end of two periods, to win 5-3 and advance to the World Cup of Hockey final.

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