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 Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816197]
Fri, 06 January 2023 15:05 Go to next message
Babaganoosh2.0  is currently offline Babaganoosh2.0
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Oilers sign Bailey to two-way deal, place him on waivers
Edmonton Oilers signed forward Justin Bailey to a one-year, two-way contract worth $750,000 in the NHL on Friday.
TSN.ca Staff

Edmonton Oilers signed forward Justin Bailey to a one-year, two-way contract worth $750,000 in the NHL on Friday.

The team then placed Bailey on waivers for purpose of assignment to the AHL's Bakersfield Condors.

https://www.tsn.ca/edmonton-oilers-signed-f-justin-bailey-to -a-two-way-deal-place-him-on-waivers-1.1902565


Sounds like a AHL pick up only. 5 goals and 9 points in 82 NHL games with Buffalo, Philadelphia and Vancouver.



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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816206 is a reply to message #816197 ]
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Bako depth I’m guessing. He’s got everything you would want in a player, but has never found a way to translate it to the NHL.


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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816208 is a reply to message #816206 ]
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inverno76 wrote on Sat, 07 January 2023 08:19

Bako depth I’m guessing. He’s got everything you would want in a player, but has never found a way to translate it to the NHL.

Maybe they think he could be Kane light? Seriously the resemblance is kinda uncanny. Another thought. He was already playing in Bako. Makes no sense to sign him unless they see him as a NHL option this year.



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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816209 is a reply to message #816208 ]
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Babaganoosh2.0 wrote on Sat, 07 January 2023 12:02

inverno76 wrote on Sat, 07 January 2023 08:19

Bako depth I’m guessing. He’s got everything you would want in a player, but has never found a way to translate it to the NHL.

Maybe they think he could be Kane light? Seriously the resemblance is kinda uncanny. Another thought. He was already playing in Bako. Makes no sense to sign him unless they see him as a NHL option this year.


He's supposed to have some speed and compete.. I think they see him as an option vs. the d-bag teams



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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816239 is a reply to message #816209 ]
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All for found money. This team lacks gritensity.


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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #816283 is a reply to message #816208 ]
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Adam  is currently offline Adam
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Babaganoosh2.0 wrote on Sat, 07 January 2023 13:02

inverno76 wrote on Sat, 07 January 2023 08:19

Bako depth I’m guessing. He’s got everything you would want in a player, but has never found a way to translate it to the NHL.

Maybe they think he could be Kane light? Seriously the resemblance is kinda uncanny. Another thought. He was already playing in Bako. Makes no sense to sign him unless they see him as a NHL option this year.


Just like Jason Demers, this doesn't make a lot of actual sense. Rewarding someone with a carrot I suppose? Not sure why he needs to take up a contract spot. He's 27 with 82 mediocre NHL performances under his belt, and well under a point per game in the AHL this year. How many Brad Malones does one team need?



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 Re: Oilers sign Justin Bailey [message #817574 is a reply to message #816197 ]
Thu, 02 February 2023 23:02 Go to previous message
Skookum Jim  is currently offline Skookum Jim
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Bailey with 2G tonight, guy has some real speed... size.. and solid compete level.. hmm 🤔

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVR1LwSnhHI





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