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The Edmonton Oilers have an offense stacked with young offensive players any team would covet, such as Jordan Eberle and Sam Gagner, in addition to two potential superstars in Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.
They are likely to finish in the bottom-four of the NHL, giving them a shot at drafting one of the top young defensive prospects, such as Ryan Murray, Matthew Dumba, Morgan Rielly or Jacob Trouba.
With a few potential stars on each end, the team needs a goaltender for their future.
If that goalie is Devan Dubnyk, the 25-year-old needs to prove himself a capable starter down the stretch.
Earlier this season, he put together three consecutive wins against Colorado, Chicago and Detroit while facing a total of 119 shots. He later shutout the NHL's best offense, the Philadelphia Flyers.
He certainly has the potential; the next step is to prove himself reliable for the future.