The Edmonton Oilers did a goaltending shuffle a few weeks back and apparently they liked what they have seen. On Monday they reportedly signed Ben Scrivens to a new two-year deal. The contract, which hasn't been announced by the team but has been reported by numerous outlets, is moderately price according to Sportsnet's John Shannon. The deal is for $4.6 million, or $2.3 million per season. For a starting NHL goaltender, that's a pretty great price. Scrivens was acquired by the Oilers a few weeks ago in a trade with the Los Angeles Kings. It came just minutes after the Oilers swung a deal with the Predators, sending Devan Dubnyk to Nashville. Dubynk, meanwhile, was placed on waivers by the Preds on Monday with the return of Pekka Rinne imminent.
Ben Scrivens signs two-year, $4.6 million deal with Oilers
CBS Sports | Mar 3