Edmonton Oilers give forward Ethan Moreau four-year contract extension

The Edmonton Oilers have signed forward Ethan Moreau to a four-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through the 2010-11 season.

Moreau scored 11 goals with 16 assists and 87 penalty minutes in 74 games last year and was second on the Oilers with a plus-6 rating. A key penalty killer, the six-foot-two, 220-pound native of Huntsville, Ont., is an assistant captain for the club.

3 Responses to Edmonton Oilers give forward Ethan Moreau four-year contract extension

  1. JannettyTheRocker says:

    This is fantastic news. We’re keeping one of our most important assets. He, along with Ryan Smyth, Jason Smith, and Steve Staios, is the heart and soul of this team…….

    And besides, why wouldn’t he want to stay. This team is on it’s way to a Stanley Cup victory, and has such a bright future.


    1W 0L

  2. thegoalie1976 says:

    Staios will be the next to resign. Both Edmonton papers had articles on how Moreau and Staios are best friends, and how they both love living in Edmonton, and want to raise their kids in the same “canadian” lifestyle.

    Good to hear. Smyth and Smith will sign much later n the season, or summer. But they will be back.

  3. JannettyTheRocker says:

    That’s great news. Staios is a big part of our team, and we need him here to be successful……….I don’t see Smith and Smyth leaving anytime soon either.

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