Philip Larsen

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    • Oilers' Larsen Headed To KHL

      News: Philip Larsen has signed a one-year contract with HC Yugra of the KHL, the Edmonton Journal reports.
      Analysis: The 24-year-old Philip Larsen failed to make much of an impact after coming over in a trade with the Stars last summer, notching 12 goals over 30 games. After the Oilers seemed to show little interest in bringing him back for his $1.15 million price tag, Larsen became the third Edmonton blueliner to defect to Russia, following Anton Belov and Denis Grebeshkov.
    • Oilers' Larsen Pots Goal In Defeat

      News: Philip Larsen supplied his third goal of the season in Wednesday's 3-2 loss to the Ducks.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen has found himself in the lineup the last three games with Andrew Ference out with a torn pectoral muscle, and figures to get regular run on the blue line the rest of the way. He won't see heavy minutes for Edmonton, but probably rates as one of their better offensive players at the position, with nine points over just 25 games.
    • Oilers Recall Larsen From AHL

      News: Philip Larsen was recalled from the AHL on Wednesday, according to the Oilers' web site.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen's stay in Oklahoma City only lasted a day as he will take the roster spot of the recently traded Nick Schultz.
    • Oilers Send Larsen To AHL

      News: After clearing waivers, Philip Larsen has been assigned to AHL Oklahoma City.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen, who has recorded six points in 17 games for the Oilers, last suited up with the big club on Jan. 29. He'll no doubt benefit from seeing regular AHL ice time now that he has cleared waivers.
    • Oilers Place Larsen On Waivers

      News: Philip Larsen (illness) was placed on waivers Monday.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen had been on injured reserve since Jan. 31 with an illness, but with the defenseman apparently healthy now, the Oilers had to make a roster move. He has six points and a minus-6 rating in the 17 games he's suited up for this season.
    • Oilers' Larsen Back On IR

      News: Philip Larsen (illness) was placed back on injured reserve on Friday, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen was activated from IR on Wednesday, but to make room for the acquisition of Mark Fraser, the Oilers needed to temporarily make a roster spot. It is uncertain when Larsen will be activated again at this point.
    • Oilers Activate Larsen

      News: Philip Larsen (illness) was activated from injured reserve Wednesday.
      Analysis: He saw a healthy 18:46 of ice time in his return to the lineup, registering a hit and two blocks as the porous Oilers' defense allowed 59 shots on goal in the victory. Philip Larsen filled in Wednesday for Andrew Ference, who is out with a head injury.
    • Oilers' Larsen Back At Practice

      News: Philip Larsen (illness) was back at practice Monday.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen has been out for almost a month with an undisclosed illness, but this return to practice certainly bodes well for the defenseman. He's proved to be a decently productive scorer when healthy this year, with a goal and five assists in 16 games, but the Oilers would probably benefit from more defensive-minded players to stabilize their blue line.
    • Oilers' Larsen Placed on IR

      News: Philip Larsen (illness) was placed on injured reserve by the Oilers on Friday, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen last played on Dec. 19 and has been out with an illness. In 16 games this season with the Oilers, he has six points on one goal and five assists. He will likely be eligible to be activated as soon as he is over the illness, since the move can be made retroactively.
    • Oilers' Larsen Returns Thursday

      News: Philip Larsen (undisclosed) will be activated from injured reserve and play Thursday against the Avalanche, Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal reports.
      Analysis: Philip Larsen will be one of several changes on defense for the Oilers, who also recalled Corey Potter and Martin Marincin on Wednesday. Although Larsen has only been healthy for eight games this season, he's been productive, with one goal and four assists in those contests.
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