Oilers make some moves

Wednesday, 27.09.2006 / 5:00 PM / Edmonton Oilers
Edmonton Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms on a three-year entry level contract with defenceman Sebastien Bisaillon.

The 60", 205-pound native of Val-dOr, Quebec played the last four seasons with the Val-dOr Foreurs of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. In 2005-06, the 19-year-old blueliner scored a career-high 71 points in 63 games as he finished as one of the leading scorers among QMJHL bluleiners.

  • View Bisaillon's career statistics


  • He netted 35 goals and added 36 assists to finish fifth in scoring among QMJHL defencemen and he led all blueliners with his 35 goals.

    In 200 career games with Val-dOr from 2002-03 to 2005-06, Bisaillon scored 54-83-137 with 134 penalty minutes. Besides his 71 point season of a year ago, he also netted 15-33-48 in 69 games in 2004-05 and 4-14-18 in 67 games in 2003-04.

    Oilers reduce roster to 34

    The Oilers also reduced their training camp roster to 34 players with the assignment of centre Jonas Almtorp and left wing Fredrik Pettersson.

  • View the remaining players in Oilers camp


  • Almtorp returns to Sweden, where he will play with Brynas IF Gavle of the Swedish Elitserien, while Pettersson was assigned to the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League.