Oilers have signed a new goaltender

He's the newest face between the pipes.

Michael W.

The Edmonton Oilers have already dipped into the free-agency market this afternoon, bringing aboard former Los Angeles Kings forward Victor Arvidsson and former Arizona Coyotes defenseman Josh Brown. And now, they've added more depth at the goaltending position.

According to reports, they've signed goaltender Collin Delia to a one year contract with an AAV of $775K. 

Already having re-signed backup goaltender Calvin Pickard to a two-year extension, Delia will likely be playing in the American Hockey League with the Bakersfield Condors. A spot recently opened up on their roster with the departure of Jack Campbell; the remaining term on his contract was bought out by Oilers. 

Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Chicago Blackhawks, Delia has also spent time with the Vancouver Canucks and Winnipeg Jets. He's amassed an NHL record of 19-18-7 with a 3.51 goals against average and .897 save percentage. 

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