The Edmonton Oilers awarded the National Hockey League entry contract on Friday to forward Dylan Holloway.
For the past two seasons, the Calgary has been with the potential player of the Montreal Canadiens, Cole Caufield, under the rain from the University of Wisconsin Bad organization. During this period, Holloway accumulated 52 points in 58 NCAA games, but especially last season, he scored 35 points in 23 games, which raised his game to a notch.
The first-round pick of the 2020 draft (14th overall) also participated in the last Canadian Junior Hockey Championship. In addition to winning the silver medal, he also scored 2 points in six games.