Today, the Oilers came to terms with 2010 second round draft pick Martin Marincin.
A defenceman drafted 46th overall in 2010, Martin Marincin has himself the freshest contract on the Oilers with his newly minted entry level deal. Edmonton traded Riley Nash’s rights to the Carolina Hurricanes for the chance to grab Carolina’s pick at 46.
Marincin, a 6’4″ southpaw native of Kosice, Slovakia spent the majority of his season with Prince George of the WHL. Marincin recorded 56 points (14G-42A) in 62 games played, good for fifth on the team in scoring. Marincin also appeared in a game with the OKC Barons, going +1 while collecting 2 PIM.
We got off to such a good start with our “By The Numbers” feature a few days back. Don’t fret, we’ll resume production soon. Watching the Canucks / Hawks series has taken a lot out of me.
Game 7 is tomorrow. No pressure, Vancouver!
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