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Dylan Wells: The Future of Oilers Goaltending

TheHockeyWriters.com

When Dylan Wells heard his name called by the Edmonton Oilers in the fifth-round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, he surely felt mixed emotions.

Selected by one of the NHL’s most highly respected and successful organizations, Wells joined an Oilers team which had long been in search of a true starting netminder. Of course, Cam Talbot has emphatically claimed the crease for the time being, however, given his age and Edmonton’s lack of organizational goaltending depth, the starting role appears to be very much up for grabs in the near future.

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