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Edmonton Oilers

Fantasy Stats
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Key Stats
GAPTS+/-PIMTOI
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Latest News
  • Oilers' Andrej Sekera: Out 6-to-9 months with torn ACL

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (5/16/17) Sekera will undergo surgery to repair a torn ACL and his return timeline is currently set at 6-to-9 months.

    Injured during the conference semifinals versus the Ducks, Sekera is looking at a return in November at the earliest, so fantasy owners should bump him down a peg in fantasy drafts this fall. The mobile, puck-moving blueliner recorded 35 points (eight goals, 27 assists) with a shiny plus-14 rating and 166 blocked shots during the regular season. His playoff output wasn't nearly as impressive, though, as he managed just three points and a minus-1 rating in 11 games.

    Oilers' Andrej Sekera: Done for series

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (5/7/17) Sekera (undisclosed) will not return at any point during the Oilers' series against the Ducks, Jack Michaels of 740 The FAN reports.

    Sekera's undisclosed issue arose during the club's Game 5 tilt against the Ducks on Friday and it appears the issue is more than just a minor bump. He will skip Game 6 and would also miss Game 7 should the Oilers force it. The blueliner hasn't been ruled out for the playoffs, leaving hope that he could return for the Western Conference finals should the Oilers manage to scratch out consecutive victories. Eric Gryba will replace him in Sunday's Game 6 lineup.

    Oilers' Andrej Sekera: Murky status for Game 6

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (5/6/17) Sekera's (undisclosed) status for Game 6 is unknown at this time, Frank Seravalli of TSN reports.

    Oilers defensemen were dropping like flies in Friday's thrilling double-overtime loss to the Ducks, but Sekera was just one of four blueliners that didn't ultimately return to the game -- he left six minutes into the first period after getting plastered into the boards by Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf. Sekera is a talented two-way rearguard with shot-blocking skills, and losing him -- if it does come to that -- would probably be detrimental to an Edmonton squad that needs to win the next two games to advance to the conference finals.

    Oilers' Andrej Sekera: Doesn't return in Game 5

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (5/6/17) Sekera (undisclosed) was among five Oilers to sustain an injury in Game 5 against the Ducks on Friday -- but NHL.com reports that he was the lone skater to not ultimately return in what culminated as a 4-3 loss through double overtime.

    The Oilers' blue line was depleted at times, with Sekera, Matt Benning, Oscar Klefbom and Kris Russell all paying a visit to the training room at various points of the intense playoff game -- plus, forward Zack Kassian did the same. Fans of the Orange Crush may point to the slew of injuries as the reason for the epic collapse that included the Oilers squandering a 3-0 lead late in the third period, but viewed another way, they were fortunate to ultimately get everyone back except for Sekera, a blueliner who generally shies away from physicality. Consider him day-to-day for now.

    Oilers' Andrej Sekera: Departs with injury Friday

    by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com
    (5/5/17) Sekera left Game 5 against the Ducks on Friday, Patrick Henri of CBC TV reports. Various reports indicate that he sustained an undisclosed injury.

    Sekera was slammed into the boards by Ducks captain Ryan Getzlaf in the first period, and headed to the training room shortly thereafter. Unfortunately, he didn't come out for the second frame with his return to the contest seemingly questionable at best. Fellow defenseman Oscar Klefbom also was injured upon blocking a shot, leaving the Oil with four healthy defensemen and briefly forcing forward Benoit Pouliot to the back line -- Klefbom would ultimately return, but this is a microcosm of just how physical this game has been out west.

  • April 9, 2015: Kings eliminated from playoff contention as Flames, Jets clinch spots
    The Los Angeles Kings won't defend their title after losing a 3-1 decision to the Calgary Flames. Both the Flames and Jets have clinched the last two spots in the Western Conference.
    April 8, 2015: Kings' Sekera Out For Final Two Games
    Sekera (lower body) will not play in the Kings' final two games of the regular season, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.Sekera hasn't been practicing with the team since suffering the injury last week Monday against the Blackhawks. Should the Kings qualify for the playoffs, it's far from guaranteed that Sekera would be able to suit up for any of their first-round games.
    April 3, 2015: Kings' Sekera May Miss Rest of Regular Season
    Sekera (lower body) is not expected to return to action during the regular season, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.Assuming the report is accurate, Sekera will miss the Kings' final five regular season games due to a lower body injury. L.A. will likely have to recall a defender from AHL Manchester in order to acquire some much needed depth at the blue line. Sekera will hope that the Kings can manage to secure a spot in the playoffs during his five game absence.
    April 3, 2015: Gaborik, Carter lead surging Kings' 8-2 rout of Oilers
    LOS ANGELES (AP) With three goals in the first 10 minutes, the Los Angeles Kings demonstrated how seriously they're taking their late playoff push.
    April 3, 2015: Gaborik, Carter lead surging Kings' 8-2 rout of Oilers
    LOS ANGELES (AP) Marian Gaborik and Jeff Carter scored two goals apiece, and the Los Angeles Kings moved up in the playoff chase with an 8-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night.
 
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CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamGPGAPTS+/-PPSHGWGTFWFL
2006-07Buffalo20001000000
2007-08Buffalo372685001000
2008-09Buffalo6931619-11101001
2009-10Buffalo494711-1000001
2010-11Buffalo763262911000000
2011-12Buffalo69310133100001
2012-13Buffalo3721012-2000000
2013-14Carolina741133444411000
2014-15Los Angeles7332023-3100000
2015-16Edmonton8162430-15202000
2016-17Edmonton808273514111000
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MORE CAREER STATS
SEASONTeamSS%TOISHIFTSPPTOISHTOIPIMMJRMSCMNR
2006-07Buffalo00.015:01200:000:002001
2007-08Buffalo287.1725:5488043:2669:3216008
2008-09Buffalo843.61428:221838107:09165:29220011
2009-10Buffalo596.8855:02107275:0321:526003
2010-11Buffalo883.41603:002059158:23138:35340112
2011-12Buffalo883.41352:35177459:42112:0418009
2012-13Buffalo336.1784:4295739:1069:014002
2013-14Carolina1427.71752:122183196:23193:57200010
2014-15Los Angeles1003.01605:072084134:50124:5514007
2015-16Edmonton1553.91768:562291188:44130:4412006
2016-17Edmonton1286.31718:382160175:54161:2118009
9055.013609:29173181178:441187:301660178
POSTSEASON STATS
SEASONTeamGPGAPTS+/-PPSHGWGTFWFL
2009-10Buffalo60002000000
2010-11Buffalo2101-1000000
2016-17Edmonton11123-1000000
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SEASONTeamSS%TOISHIFTSPPTOISHTOIPIMMJRMSCMNR
2009-10Buffalo40.083:311138:530:447101
2010-11Buffalo425.032:36571:191:404002
2016-17Edmonton185.6232:5530224:2734:412001
267.7349:0247234:3937:0513104
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Player Info

Height/Weight:
6-0/201
Birthdate:
6/8/1986
Age:
30
Hometown:
Bojnice, Czechoslovakia
Team:
Edmonton Oilers
School:

NHL Experience:
0