Edmonton Oilers Jesse Puljujarvi appears to be turning the page, Oilers training camp streaks may be over, Ryan Ellis’ career is over and more

Jesse Puljujarvi is ready to put the past behind him and turn a new leaf.

The 2020-21 season is just a memory for Boligarvi now, who said on Thursday that this is his year to take a step forward in his game.

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Great to see a new stand for Puljujarvi. Despite a difficult second half of the year and qualifiers, Puljujarvi as a whole was a very productive player for the Oilers to finish the year with 14 goals and 36 points – 45 points per 82 games which put him in the top six. Producer.

That said, the consistency could have been great over the entire season, but a young boy’s injury and mid-season bout with COVID-19 reared its ugly head.

Puljujarvi opened the first day of training camp on a streak with Zach Hyman and Leon Draisaitl, and if that’s not an indication of where the Oilers feel they could fit in this year, I don’t know what is.

Jason Gregor wrote this morning about the early session of boot camp and the Oilers’ salary cap concerns. You can read about it here.

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Gregor noted the following as morning streaks:

Hyman-Draisaitl-Puljujarvi
RNH-McLeod-Foegele
Holloway Malone Vertanen
Chiason Hamblin Philipp / Petrov

Nurse Wanner
Proberg Barry
Niemelainen-Demers
Peters Kesselring

Campbell, Roderick, and Fante.

Wanner fills in for Cody Ceci.

And here thanks to Athletic Daniel Nugent Bowman, she lines the afternoon:

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Ken MacDavid Yamamoto
Janmark Shore Ryan
Schaefer Makeage Borgolt
Benson Griffith Esposito

Kulak-Bouchard
Murray Samorokov
Caldis Kemp
Caleb

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Signs mark the end of Philadelphia Flyers defensive line Ryan Ellis. GM Chuck Fletcher told reporters Thursday that he had a ruptured psoas muscle.

Ellis has been out since November 13, 2021 and the torn muscle, which runs from the bottom of the spine to the hip, has caused major problems for the hip and torso muscles.

Fletcher said Ellis is considered to be out indefinitely, and it is unknown if he can return.

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Here’s some Daily Vesuv Frank Serfali wrote about the injury:

Ellis’ injury is devastating. Little is known about the psoas muscle and due to its location, it is largely inaccessible surgically. According to Fletcher, his hip and hip joints are ailing, too. It took a long time last season to properly identify and diagnose the injury. Ellis is believed to have undergone exploratory procedures in an effort to find relief, as a torn psoas muscle had a major impact on his ability to lead a normal life away from the rink.

Flyers acquired Ellis in a July 2021 commercial deal to Philip Myers and Nolan Patrick.

Speaking of Nolan Patrick, he’s another player whose season appears to be closed. Golden Knights general manager Kelly McCremon said on Thursday that Patrick will not play at all this season.

Patrick has had issues with migraines in his career and struggled to find consistency in the NHL. He played in the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons for the Flyers, but missed the entire 2019-20 season, prior to a 52-game campaign the following year.

In last year’s 25 games with the Golden Knights, Patrick scored two goals and seven points.

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The Colorado Avalanche will be without Gabriel Landskog to start the season.

Landeskog underwent surgery last March to deal with a “disturbing injury”, but returned to the playoffs where he scored 11 goals and 22 points in 20 games.


Zach Ling is the news director and columnist for the Nation Network. He can be followed on Twitter at Tweet embedor via email at [email protected]


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  • When: On Thursday, January 12, we’ll hop on a flight at Edmonton International Airport and head to Vegas. On Sunday evening, we will be returning from Vegas to Edmonton. So the dates you have to block for this trip are January 12-15.
  • Where do we live: After landing at LV, we’ll hop on the free shuttle and make our way to Park MGM before we settle for a good night’s sleep. ūüėČ
  • What did you get: Round trip, hotel, shuttle, viewing party (Friday night), game entry – we got seats this time (Saturday night), and exclusive entry to the “meet everyone” event before the flight.
  • What is the price: The total cost of the flight, flight, hotel and entrance to the game $1,499 per person (based on double occupancy)
  • the tickets: Ready to dive? Click on this link.

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