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Andrew Ference

Andrew Ference

#21D,
Bio
Height/Weight: 5' 11"/182 lbs
Born: Edmonton, Canada
Draft: 1997 8th round (208th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • The Hockey Writers

    Oilers Need To Do 3 Things Before Considering Kessel Or Subban

    But, if it’s determined a trade needs to be made, Holland will need to find a taker for one or more of these players, get a decent deal and then fill holes left by their departures if Subban or Kessel coming in doesn’t adequately fill them. Determine If The Net Changeover Is A Positive Making trades is hard enough in today’s NHL. One-third of the league is over the salary cap and the teams that have money to spend are being extremely cautious and selective when it comes to spending it.

  • www.montrealgazette.com

    Maximus Wanner rising up the ranks of Edmonton Oilers depth defensive prospects

    Article content 2022 Edmonton Oilers prospects Depth defencemen & goaltenders Article content Yesterday we began the Cult of Hockey‘s 12th annual Edmonton Oilers prospect rankings with thumbnail reviews of the organization’s depth prospects at forward. We continue here with a look at their peers at the defence and goaltending positions before doing individual reports on each hopeful ranked in the top 20.

  • calgaryherald

    'Winning for Ben': Oilers players, coach reflect on loss of Ben Stelter

    Article content After a game last spring, Oilers skater Zach Hyman helped a grinning boy in a shiny silver helmet into a chair at the front of a room full of cameras. Article content We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or 'Winning for Ben': Oilers players, coach reflect on loss of Ben Stelter Back to video Ben Stelter, then five, could hardly contain his glee, taking post-game questions from news reporters between giggles.