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Edmonton Oilers have re-signed Cam Dineen to a two-year contract


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Elliot Ben Jacob
June 28, 2024  (2:31 PM)
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Edmonton Oilers' Cam Dineen.
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The Edmonton Oilers have announced the re-signing of Cam Dineen, a move that comes during an offseason filled with uncertainties for the team.

The Oilers have re-signed Cam Dineen to a two-year contract with a $775k AAV.

This is quite the big decision in more ways than one, it's also the first major order made by Jeff Jackson, the new CEO after Ken Holland.
#Oilers CEO of Hockey Operations Jeff Jackson has released a statement regarding President of Hockey Operations & General Manager Ken Holland.

Re-signing Cam Dineen offers the Oilers additional depth on defense, an area that needed bolstering. Dineen is a force to be reckoned with, and his place on the team will be important towards its dynamic in the future.
With this out of the way, the Oilers have surely turned their sights to keeping Draisaitl on the team. Jeff Jackson has been very open about how important it is for the team dynamic to keep Draisaitl.
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