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Pre-Season Roster Announced

The Edmonton Oil Kings have announced their 34-man roster they will be taking into the 2018 pre-season. The list includes three goalies, 10 defencemen and 21 forwards.

GoaliesBoston Bilous (2001), Sebastian Cossa (2002), Todd Scott (2000)

DefenseJacson Alexander (2001), Wyatt McLeod (2000), Ethan Cap (2000), Matthew Robertson (2001), Aidan Lawson (2001), Logan Dowhaniuk (2002), Jayden Platz (2000), Keegan Slaney (2003), Will Warm (1999), Connor McDonald (1999)

ForwardsVladimir Alistrov (2001), Scott Atkinson (2000), Ty Gerla (1999), Carter Souch (2001), Dylan Guenther (2003), David Kope (2000), Kobe Verbicky (2003), Carson Latimer (2003), Logan Moon (2000), Brian Harris (1999), Brett Kemp (2000), Andrei Pavlenko (2000), Jalen Luypen (2002), Brendan Semchuk (1999), Tyler Horstmann (2002), Raphael Pelletier (2002), Liam Keeler (2001), Jake Neighbours (2002), Trey Fix-Wolansky (1999), Vince Loschiavo (1998), Quinn Benjafield (1998)

View full Oil Kings roster here 

The Edmonton Oil Kings kick off their pre-season in Red Deer at the Enmax Centrium. They will play Friday night at 7:00 PM against the Red Deer Rebels and Saturday at 3:00 PM against the Kootenay ICE.

The team comes home to Edmonton for two pre-season games starting Friday, September 7 against the Calgary Hitmen at 7:00 PM at the Downtown Community Arena. The second pre-season home game will be played on Friday, September 14 against the Red Deer Rebels at 7:00 PM in St. Albert at Servus Credit Union Place. Both games hold a $10 cash admission at the door.

preseason sched

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