October 16, 2021

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Edmonton Oilers, Jesse Puljujarvi near new contract

Edmonton Oilers, Jesse Puljujarvi near new contract

The Edmonton Oilers are looking for some affordable forward help this off-season and they can get some help in that area from their own areas. The Jesse Puljujarvi The saga could end as soon as TSN’s Frank Seravalli Reports The team and player are making progress on the new deal. If they make a deal, Puljujarvi-1 is expected to sign a one-year deal worth 1.2-1.5MM.

Pulzujarvi initially left Oilers in August 2019 when it came to free agent terms limited to contract extension with Edmonton. While the disgruntled Young Forward was unhappy with his role on the team, the Oilers were not satisfied with the production from the 2016 No. 3 overall pick. It seems that both sides are still working on what exactly fits Puljujarvi, but both sides are ready for a second chance.

If anything, Puljujarvi may have helped himself in the eyes of the Oilers this season. While playing for Corpot in the Finnish league, Big Winger is one of the best in the league. He scored 24 goals and 53 points in 56 games and looked like a player ready to make an impact in the NHL. Edmonton thinks it’s true, because the cap-strapped club would love to see Puljujarvi put big points on the minimum deal, especially if he finds chemistry with the stars. Connor McDavid And Leon Drocytl.