Oilers save money on deals
The Edmonton Oilers traded veteran defenseman Steve Staios to the Calgary Flames in exchange for prospect Aaron Johnson and a third-round draft pick.
It is believed to be the first-ever trade involving a regular roster player between the two provincial rivals.
The deal also helps save money for the Oilers, who dealt a handful of veterans Wednesday before the 3 p.m. ET deadline. Staios has one year, $2.2 million remaining on his contract, while Johnson becomes an unrestricted free ...
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