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Oilers prospect Dylan Holloway out at least three months following wrist surgery

Oilers prospect Dylan Holloway out at least three months following wrist surgery
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The team says Holloway originally required surgery for a scaphoid fracture while playing at the University of Wisconsin earlier this year.

During the recovery process, however, it was determined by Oilers medical staff and hand specialists that he required a further procedure, which was performed Tuesday.

The six-foot-one, 203-pound forward from Bragg Creek, Alta., was selected 14th overall by Edmonton at the 2020 NHL draft.

Holloway signed a three-year entry level contract with the Oilers in April after spending the past two seasons at Wisconsin.
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