3 Oilers That Could Still Be Traded This Offseason

Edmonton Oilers Tyson Barrie, #22. Mandatory Credit: Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports
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With the start of the NHL season a month and a half away, and the offseason free agency and trade market quieting down, hockey fans are still anticipating if their teams are still planning to make a move. Even after witnessing a good free agency offseason from general manager Ken Holland and his team, Edmonton Oilers fans are still looking for more.

Is this it? Are we done adding or is there a free agent signing or trade we can make to make this team even better? These are some of the questions we ask ourselves daily. This the perks of being a fan in a hockey town, we are never satisfied no matter how well the management does during free agency and trade market. We always want more, and we always want it now and quickly.

Edmonton Oilers Future

Looking at the Edmonton roster after some free agent signings, the team is much better now than the one that went to the Western Conference Finals last season. The signing of goaltender Jack Campbell creates stability on the net, and coupled with the signing that brought back forward Evander Kane and defenseman Brett Kulak, the Oilers are ready to run it back this season.

As much excitement those free agent signings created, there are still questions left to be answered this offseason. One of the questions is whether or not the team is still planning to trade some of their players. With NHL preseason less than a month away, here are the top 3 Edmonton Oilers players that should be traded.