The Edmonton Oilers have placed centre Jarret Stoll on the NHL Injured Reserve List and have recalled left winger Patrick Thoresen from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League.
Stoll suffered a concussion in the Oilers 5-3 loss at Vancouver on February 1st and has missed Edmontons last four games (February 3-11) due to the injury. He is currently fourth on the Oilers scoring list with 13-26-39 in 51 games this season.
With the injury to Stoll, the Oilers recalled Thoresen, who had been assigned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on February 6th. The fifth Norwegian to play in the NHL, Thoresen, has scored 2-8-10 with 37 penalty mintues in 43 games with the Oilers.
Thoresen scored one assist and was +2 in three games during his second assignment to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and has scored 1-5-6 with 4 PIM and is +5 in five games with the Penguins overall.