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Olivier Roy has the pedigree to be considered in net for the Oilers but with no NHL experience under his belt, it will be awhile before he gets his chance.
Barring a trade for an established No.1 NHL goaltender, Devan Dubnyk will be the Edmonton Oilers' goalie of the future because there is currently a lack of internal options in net.
Yann Danis is a veteran and provides stability to the Oilers' AHL affiliate in Oklahoma, but he is nothing more than a second (at best) string goaltender in the NHL.
Olivier Roy has perhaps the best chance to come in and compete at the NHL level, but inconsistent play has derailed any momentum the former Canadian World Junior goaltender had established.
Tyler Bunz is another interesting candidate to be promoted from within the Oilers organization, having posted very respectable numbers over the last two seasons in the WHL with the Medicine Hat Tigers.
Neither Roy or Bunz has seen any NHL action, so it is safe to say that they will not be making the jump any time soon.