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NCAA free agent Justin Schultz a year ago, the Edmon
« -: август 27, 2019, 04:56:51 am »
EDMONTON -- Despite landing NCAA free agent Justin Schultz a year ago, the Edmonton Oilers werent satisfied with their track record in the college market. So on Wednesday they announced the hiring of Bob Green as director of amateur free-agent scouting. The former general manager of the WHLs Edmonton Oil Kings will mostly be responsible for recruiting NCAA and CHL players. "Even though its the NHL, youve still got to recruit," Green said. "The high-end free agents that youre chasing after have a lot of interest from other teams, so youve got to have a good story to tell about Edmonton and the Oilers and youve got to be able to attract those guys and get them there. Its one thing to find them based on ability, its another thing getting them here." Stu MacGregor remains head of amateur scouting, something general manager Craig MacTavish emphasized after the teams initial press release called Green the teams director of amateur and free-agent scouting. MacTavish called it a "coup" for the organization to hire Green for this role. "There are a lot of people that slip through the draft and give us further opportunity," MacTavish said. "To have a guy with Bobs credibility in the CHL thatll be able to open the doors and really enhance our ability to attract and sign very good players coming in to our organization." Green, the WHLs executive of the year in 2011-12 and 2012-13, had been Oil Kings GM for the past six seasons. The Oil Kings won the WHL in 2011-12 and advanced to the Memorial Cup. The 52-year-old called returning to his passion of scouting an opportunity that was too good to turn down. "Its easier to leave after youve had success than if you havent," Green said. Now Greens focus is to help the Oilers have success, specifically in regard to signing college and over-age CHL players. "Theres 30 teams in the NHL -- its highly competitive," he said. 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