Jake Chiasson inks entry-level deal with the Edmonton Oilers

Jake Chiasson is officially a member of the Edmonton Oilers.

On Saturday morning, the Oilers announced on twitter the signing of the skilled 6-foot-2 winger to a three-year, entry-level contract starting with the 2023-24 season.

Chiasson was drafted in the fourth-round, 116th overall, by the Oilers at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft.

The Abbotsford, BC. product is having a career year in the WHL this season with time split between the Brandon Wheat Kings and currently the Blue and Gold. Chiasson was acquired by the Blades at the league’s trade deadline on Jan. 10th, averaging just under a point-per-game since arriving in the Bridge City with ten goals and 26 points in 29 games.

In 66 games this season, the 19-year-old power forward holds the sixth most points on the Blades roster at 54 points while tacking on 26 penalty minutes.

Congratulations, Jake!

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