The Edmonton Oilers cut their training camp roster by 20 earlier today, leaving a total of 45 players still in camp.
Here is a list of those cut and their destinations, as per the Oilers’ website, whether they’re bound for their respective junior squads or the Oilers’ farm team, the OK City Barons.
Jeremie Blain (D) assigned to Acadie-Bathurst (QMJHL)
Tyler Bunz (G) assigned to Medicine Hat (WHL)
Drew Czerwonka (LW) assigned to Kootenay (WHL)
Brandon Davidson (D) assigned to Regina (WHL)
Curtis Hamilton (LW) assigned to Saskatoon (WHL)
Martin Marincin (D) assigned to Prince George (WHL)
Ryan Martindale (C) assigned to Ottawa (OHL)
Kristians Pelss (LW) assigned to Edmonton (WHL)
The Oilers have also released the following four players from their amateur tryout contracts and assigned them to their respective clubs:
Dallas Ehrardt (D) assigned to Moose Jaw (WHL)
Chase Schaber (C) assigned to Kamloops (WHL)
Dominik Schlumpf (D) assigned to Shawinigan (QMJHL)
Nolan Toigo (D) to UBC (CIS)
The following five players have been assigned to Oklahoma City (AHL):
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