Edmonton Oilers 2024 NHL Draft Recap

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1st Round (32nd Pick):

The Edmonton Oilers traded a first-round pick in 2025 or 2026 to the Flyers in exchange for the 32nd pick of the 2024 NHL Draft. With this pick, they selected Sam O’Reilly from the London Knights. Sam is a great pick for the Oilers. He is a big riser and a good winger, and I believe he has the potential to be in the top six and has room to grow even further. Below are his stats from this past season in the OHL:

“It’s what I’ve been dreaming of my whole life” says Sam O’Reilly in his post-draft press conference with the media.

Call from Drai

Rounds 2-7:

Eemil Vinni:

Eemil Vinni is a young goaltender from Europe, and he is ranked as the number one goaltender from Europe in the 2024 Draft. He arguably has the highest potential out of any goalie in this draft and will be showcasing his skills in the minors soon. Here is an impressive edit he posted on social media:

Connor Clattenburg:

Albin Sundin:

Dalyn Wakely:

William Nicholl:

Bauer Berry:

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