Andrew Ference signs with Oilers for four seasons
Former Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference found a new home quickly, signing for four seasons with the Oilers.
Andrew Ference figured to be a wanted man in free agency and if the speed in which he signed is any indication, he was.
The Oilers have long been trying to find some fixes to their blue line and this one will go a long way. Ference is a veteran who has been on championship teams. It gives them a little time to help the young players grow. He's 34 but he can still play and a four-year deal isn't a bad gamble.
In one of the best tweets you'll see today, Ference sent this from his account. How cute.
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