The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms with right wing Colin McDonald on a two-year entry level contract and have also agreed to one-year terms with left wing Ryan Flinn, defenceman T.J. Kemp and defencemen T.J. Reynolds.
McDonald, the Oilers second round selection (51st overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft, is coming off a four-year career with the NCAA’s Providence College Friars, serving as co-captain during his final two seasons. The 6’ 3”, 205-pound native of Wethersfield, Connecticut, led the Friars with a career-high 13 goals last season. View McDonald's career statistics
Flinn, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, is entering his 7th professional season and has played 31 National Hockey League games with the Los Angeles Kings, recording one goal and 84 penalty minutes. Last season, Flinn notched six points (2-4-6) while reaching career-highs in games played (61) and penalty minutes (166) with the San Antonio Rampage of the American Hockey League.View Flinn's career statistics
Kemp is coming off his best professional season after recording career-highs in assists (33), points (38) and penalty minutes (56) in 65 games with the AHL’s Manchester Monarchs. In 14 playoff games with the Monarchs, Kemp tallied seven points (2-5-7) and 12 penalty minutes.View Kemp's bio
Reynolds, 6’ 2”, 225-pounds, played 42 games with the AHL’s Milwaukee Admirals last season, registering one assist 93 penalty minutes. The Kitchener, Ontario native will be entering his 6th professional season in 2007-08.