- The Edmonton Oilers face a potential managerial dilemma after losing Steve Staios to the Ottawa Senators.
- Staios had been rumored to be in line for the Oilers' top position.
- The Oilers now have to consider whether to keep current GM Ken Holland or find a new name to take over.
The Edmonton Oilers may need to change their plans in their search for a new general manager after losing out on Steve Staios, who was appointed as the Ottawa Senators’ new President of Hockey Operations. This unexpected turn of events has put the Oilers in a managerial dilemma and has forced them to evaluate their options carefully. While the team has not made any official announcements regarding Staios’ future, it is clear that they will either retain current GM Ken Holland or look for a new candidate to fill the role. The Oilers have chosen not to rush into a decision and will take their time to find the right fit for this pivotal position.
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