Edmonton Oilers sign goalie Stuart Skinner to 3-year contract extension

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One on one interview with Edmonton Oilers draft pick Stuart Skinner
WATCH: The Oilers selected an Edmonton-born player on draft day this year; an impressive goaltender who played with the Lethbridge Hurricanes last season. Kevin Karius sat down to talk to Stuart Skinner about the big milestone – Jun 29, 2017

The Edmonton Oilers have signed goaltender Stuart Skinner to a three-year, US$7.8-million contract extension.

The 24-year-old from Edmonton has a record of 9-8-0-1, a goals-against average of 2.83 and a .915 save percentage for the Oilers this season. Skinner made 40-plus saves in three wins.

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He was drafted by Edmonton in the third round (78th) of the 2017 entry draft. Skinner has appeared in 33 NHL games with a career goal-against average of 2.82 and a .912 save percentage.

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