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 Tyson Barrie most likely than not to stay with the Oilers

David Staples of the Edmonton Journal: Before Duncan Keith retired, thought the Edmonton Oilers might trade defenseman Tyson Barrie.

If the Oilers were to move him now, they’d be a lot thinner on the best side. His trade worth wasn’t as high this offseason provided the gamers that had been/are potentially offered.

Even if they were to discover a group who would have an interest in Barrie, the return might not be fantastic.

It’s most likely that Jesse Puljujarvi or Warren Foegele gets traded.

John Klingberg and his camp changed instructions when the long-lasting offer and the fit weren’t there

Sportsnet: John Klingberg might have signed a one-year handle the Anaheim Ducks, however he’s still considering a long-lasting offer. Klingberg will be thirty years old quickly and he understands he needs to have a great season to get a longer offer.


“But that’s sort of the idea procedure I was going through, when we limited groups, that it was going to be one year. Going into complimentary firm, we were trying to find long term. That’s not a trick. The market is what it is right now, and we needed to change up the strategies a bit. At completion of the day, I recognized it’s going to be a shorter-term offer here moving into the future.

“Obviously with the COVID world and the flat cap and all that, it’s a little bit different than it’s been in years past. The more and more during these 2-3 weeks, I understood that the long term and the fit, I was looking for probably wasn’t there this year, so we kind of narrowed down to a shorter-term contract. A few teams were interested in me and I was interested in them, but at the end of the day I narrowed it down and I think the Anaheim Ducks going to be the best fit for me this year.”

Tottenham will just sign gamers with ‘specific characteristics’

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