Edmonton Oilers acquire Andreas Athanasiou, Tyler Ennis

Updated: February 24, 2020 at 2:51 pm by Zach Laing

The Edmonton Oilers have acquired forwards Andreas Athanasiou and Tyler Ennis.

FULL ATHANASIOU BREAKDOWN VIA PUCKPEDIA 

FULL ENNIS BREAKDOWN VIA PUCKPEDIA

In the Athanasiou deal, the Oilers gave up Sam Gagner and second-round picks in 2020 and 2021.

And in the Ennis trade, Edmonton gave up a 2021 5th round draft pick.

Athanasiou, 25, joins the Oilers after putting up 10 goals and 14 assists in 46 games this year. Kuffer, 23, was undrafted but signed with the Red Wings last year.

He played in the NCAA for Princeton University and finished as their all-time leading scorer putting up 152 points in 132 games. He has played in 32 games with Detroit’s AHL affiliate Grand Rapids Griffins scoring six goals and three assists.

Sam Gagner has appeared in 36 games for the Oilers this year scoring five goals and seven assists.

Ennis, 30, has scored 14 goals and 19 assists in 61 games this season.

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