Oilers sign forward Devin Shore to two-year contract extension

Edmonton Oilers' Devin Shore (14) celebrates his game winning goal against the Ottawa Senators during third period NHL action. (Sean Kilpatrick/CP)

The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Devin Shore to a two-year contract extension with an annual cap hit of $850,000, the team announced Wednesday.

Shore joined the Oilers on a professional try-out prior to training camp before signing a one-year, two-way contract for the season.

The Ajax, Ont., native appeared in 38 regular season games, recording nine points. The 26-year-old also played in a pair of playoff games in the Oilers’ first-round series against the Winnipeg Jets, notching an assist.

Shore was drafted by the Dallas Stars in the second round of the 2012 NHL Draft and spent time with the Anaheim Ducks and Columbus Blue Jackets before joining the Oilers. In 326 career games, he has 115 career points with 55 penalty minutes.

June 9, 2021

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Devin Shore
Left Wing
AGE: 27

SIGNED BY
Edmonton Oilers
LENGTH
2 yrs
CONTRACT TYPE
Contract Extension
SALARY CAP HIT
$850,000
TOTAL
$1.7 million

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