Brandon Davidson

#88 D / Edmonton Oilers / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 207 lb Age: 26 College: None

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  • Davidson was claimed off waivers from Montreal on Sunday. The Alberta native was shipped from Edmonton to Montreal in a midseason trade last campaign, but lasted only 23 games with the Habs before being deemed surplus to requirements. Davidson will now provide some defensive depth to an Oilers squad that just lost Adam Larsson to an upper-body injury, though with 16 points in 114 NHL games, Davidson shouldn't be given much fantasy consideration.

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  • Canadiens' Brandon Davidson: Waived by Montreal
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Canadiens placed Davidson on waivers Saturday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports. The Canadiens were hoping to get rid of Davidson via trade, but they evidently weren't able to strike a deal with another NHL club. The 26-year-old blueliner will be assigned to Montreal's AHL affiliate if he goes unclaimed.

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  • Canadiens' Brandon Davidson: Available for trade
    By RotoWire Staff

    Davidson has been added to the trading block by the Canadiens, Sportsnet reports. The Canadian rearguard continues to play sparingly since being acquired from the Oilers in a Feb. 28 trade. Of course, he's never stood out in fantasy circles due to his limited role and relative inability to make plays.

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  • Davidson has served as a healthy scratch in eight games this season -- including four of the team's previous six contests. Wednesday's matchup with Columbus wasn't exactly a banner performance for Davidson considering he logged a season low 9:52 of ice time -- minutes that would be extremely low for a forward, much less a blueliner. Not surprisingly, the Alberta native has managed to tally a lone helper, 12 shots on goal and 25 hits.

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  • Canadiens' Brandon Davidson: Set for season debut
    By RotoWire Staff

    Davidson will be in the lineup Sunday night versus the Rangers, Luc Gelinas of RDS reports. Mark Streit will head to the press box to make room for Davidson, as he makes his season debut. He's primarily an own-zone contributor, having produced 11 hits and 15 blocked shots in 10 games following his arrival from the Oilers in a trade last February.

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