Jesse Joensuu

Jesse Joensuu

Height/Weight: 6' 4"/213 lbs
Born: Pori, Finland
Draft: 2006 2nd round (60th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Salt Lake City Sun

    Oilers aim to pick on road-struggling Coyotes

    The Edmonton Oilers will take a four-game winning streak into their Wednesday night home game against the team with the worst road record in the NHL, the Arizona Coyotes. The Oilers (40-23-8, 88 points) hold a three-point lead over the Seattle Kraken (39-24-7, 85 points) for third place in a jam-packed Pacific Division with 11 games to go. Edmonton is entering the second game of a three-game homestand that will conclude Saturday with a showdown against the first-place Vegas Golden Knights (44-21-6, 94 points).

  • The Hockey Writers

    The Ugly: Ranking Oilers Worst Free Agent Signings Since 2020 

    It goes to show, that like any team, the Edmonton Oilers are not prone to huge mistakes. The Oilers have used free agency (both restricted and unrestricted) as a major tool for building their roster. General manager Ken Holland has made some astute trades and the Oilers have found some keepers in the NHL draft, but much of the success or failures of any organization comes from a team's ability to attract, retain, and sign good players to value contracts. This has sometimes created a scenario where the GM overpays for one year's worth of production, walked himself into a player's market, or jumped the gun on a deal out of FOMO.

  • Five For Howling

    Coyotes Game 72 Preview: The Coyotes play in the second game of a back-to-back

    The Arizona Coyotes' point streak came to an end with a 2-1 loss to the Winnipeg Jets last night. The Coyotes kept things close, but the Mullett Magic did not follow them on the road. Winnipeg struck first with an early goal from Nikolaj Ehlers, giving the Jets a 1-0 lead just over four minutes into the game. The Coyotes had a chance to tie things up on the power not long after, but Adam Lowry scored short-handed to give the Jets an early 2-0 lead.