EDMONTON, AB - The Edmonton Oilers have signed defenceman Logan Day to a one-year entry-level contract.
Day, 24, has just completed his first complete professional season with the American Hockey League's (AHL) Bakersfield Condors.
Day led all Condors defencemen in scoring with 34 points (7G, 27A), 14 penalty minutes and a +14 plus-minus rating in 64 games. The native of Seminole, FL added a goal in the post-season, helping the Condors reach the second round of the Calder Cup playoffs.
He also appeared in 10 games with Bakersfield at the end of the 2017-18 season, posting two goals, four penalty minutes and a -1 plus-minus.
A 6'1", 210-pound defenceman, Day signed an AHL contract with Bakersfield in the summer of 2018, after two seasons with Endicott College, in the NCAA Division III, where he amassed 78 points (30G, 48A) and 63 penalty minutes in 56 games.
Day also played at Providence College (ECAC) in 2014-15, appearing in two games, scoring one goal, before transferring to Endicott College.