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Edmonton Oilers officially part ways with GM Ken Holland after game seven loss


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James Connelly
June 26, 2024  (7:33 PM)
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Edmonton Oilers GM Ken Holland
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The Edmonton Oilers are officially parting ways with GM Ken Holland after losing game seven to the Florida Panthers in the Stanley Cup Final.

During the 2024 playoffs, the Edmonton Oilers went on quite the run. After going through three rounds, they made the Stanley Cup Final where they fell 3-0 in the first three games and rallied back to force a game seven but unfortunately lost to Florida.
It was just announced that the Oilers and GM Ken Holland will be parting ways after the game seven loss.
Darren Dreger on TSN: «Our understanding is that Ken Holland will not be back with the #Oilers. His contract expires, perhaps he wants to move on to new challenges or retirement.»

Holland's tenure in Edmonton was a mixed bag. He was able to build a team that made the Stanley Cup Final but also made many questionable moves. Among the questionable moves, the Milan Lucic contract, the Darnell Nurse contract, and the Jack Campbell contract stand out.
However, he did make some great moves as well like signing Zach Hyman to a contract that only sees him make $5 million a year. This may go down as the best move of the decade given how productive Hyman has been.
We will now wait and see where Holland goes but now a lot is up in the air for him.
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