News:Jeff Petry took a shot by Jason Garrison off his foot in the first period of Thursday's loss to the Canucks but remained in the game, the Associated Press reports.
Analysis:Jeff Petry tallied three hits and two blocked shots in the losing effort.
News:Jeff Petry delivered seven hits Saturday in the Oilers' 3-0 loss to the Blues. He finished the night minus-2.
Analysis: If your league measures toughness by hits instead of by penalty minutes, you already know that that's a full night's work.
News:Jeff Petry scored his second goal and dished his first assist of the year Thursday in a win over the Stars.
Analysis:Jeff Petry's first goal came in the Oil's last game, Monday's affair in Chicago, so the defenseman's got three points in two games after going scoreless in his first 17 contests. Thursday's game was an active one overall for Petry, who also went plus-2 with four PIM, four shots on goal, five blocked shots and four hits -- quite the stuffing of the stat sheet.
News:Jeff Petry is OK after an awkward fall in practice Friday, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.
Analysis: Look for Jeff Petry to skate with Ryan Whitney against the Avs on Saturday barring a last-minute setback. Scoreless through 13 games, Petry picked up 25 points (2 G, 23 A) over 73 contests last season for the Oilers.
News:Jeff Petry and the Oilers agreed on a two-year $3.5 million contract on Thursday, according to the Edmonton Journal.
Analysis:Jeff Petry had two goals and 25 points in 73 games for the Oilers last season, eventually landing on the top d-line. He figures to be a second defense pairing this season however.
News:Jeff Petry received a qualifying offer from the Oilers on Monday, according to the Edmonton Journal.
Analysis:Jeff Petry like Alex Plante will battle for a role on the third defensive line in training camp.
News:Jeff Petry, who took a puck in the face last week, should play Thursday against the Ducks, the Edmonton Journal reports.
Analysis:Jeff Petry's 22 points in 71 games are modest numbers, but he has helped some in leagues where hits (122) and blocks (117) count.
News:Jeff Petry (face) didn't suffer any fractures when he was injured Friday, and Oilers coach Tom Renney is hopeful Petry will be cleared to play when the team returns to Edmonton, the Oilers' official Twitter page reports.
Analysis:Jeff Petry took a puck to the face Friday, but he doesn't appear to be seriously injured. The 24-year-old defenseman has put up 24 points (2G, 22A) in his 71 games this season, and it looks like he might be available for the team's final two games.
News:Jeff Petry (face) left Friday's game against the Kings after taking a puck to the face, the Edmonton Journal reports.
Analysis: The Oilers' defense is in shambles after a slew of injuries. Jeff Petry and fellow defensemen Ladi Smid left Friday's game with injuries, forcing the Oilers to make an emergency recall for Colten Teubert.
News:Jeff Petry, who banged up his elbow in Monday's game against the Ducks, saw 23:17 worth of ice time in Tuesday's win over the Sharks.
Analysis:Jeff Petry picked up an assist in the game, which was his first point since Feb. 21. Through 59 games, he has a modest total of 18 points (and a minus-9 rating) despite leading the Oilers in ice time (21:31 per game).
News:Jeff Petry played 22:13 and dished about a pair of hits against the Ducks on Monday. He did leave the game midway through the third period, apparently favoring his elbow, the Associated Press reports.
Analysis: Although he's racked up just 17 points (2 G, 15 A) through 58 games this season, Jeff Petry continues to see heavy minutes on the Edmonton blue line, averaging 21:30 on the ice each night. We'll keep an eye on the injury.
News:Jeff Petry snagged a goal and an assist in Monday's loss to Toronto; the goal was his first since November 22.
Analysis:Jeff Petry won't contribute too much offensively for the Oil and consistency is not his strong suit, with five of his season's 13 points coming in two games.
Oilers' Petry Has Two Assists In His Last Two Games
News:Jeff Petry has added a helper in each of his last two games.
Analysis:Jeff Petry is the type of D-man the Oilers seem to be loaded with, not to good offensively, but good in his own zone. There is a reason Edmonton is looking for top level defensemen either in a trade or in next season's draft, they just don't have any top blueliners that can be relied upon to not only shut down the opposing team's top forwards, but also help out in the offensive end.
News:Jeff Petry (illness) fought through an illness to play Saturday, Inside Sports reports.
Analysis:Jeff Petry has a plus-5 rating on the season and has been giving the Oilers good minutes. Though he had a big showing against the Blackhawks last Saturday, posting three assists, he's not known for his offense.
News:Jeff Petry registered three assists and finished the night a whopping plus-5 as the Oilers thrashed the Blackhawks on Saturday, 9-2.
Analysis: As impressive as this night was, it isn't likely to put a dent in many fantasy-league standings, as few owners were likely to have Jeff Petry active for this game. Other than this big night, he has just one lonely assist all season. We doubt this will trigger a sudden offensive explosion for him.
News: The Oilers have recalled Jeff Petry from AHL Oklahoma City, the Oilers' official Twitter page reports.
Analysis:Jeff Petry was sent down on October 20 but is back already. He didn't record a point in his three appearances with the Oilers this season and only tallied five points (1G, 4A) in 35 games last year. His fantasy value is marginal.
News: Petry was sent back down to the AHL on Sunday, according to the Edmonton Journal.
Analysis: With the big club out of the playoff picture, Petry was one of several Oilers sent down to Oklahoma City to participate in the AHL playoff run.
News: The Oilers recalled Petry from AHL Oklahoma City on Thursday, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Petry has seen time in 21 games with the Oilers this season and notched one goal and two assists, while posting seven goals and 17 assists in 41 AHL games.
News: The Oilers have assigned Petry to AHL Oklahoma City, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Petry, who has played in 21 games with the Oilers this season -- recording three points -- will be replaced on the team's blue line by Taylor Chorney, who was recalled Monday.
News: Petry picked up an assist in his NHL debut Tuesday against Buffalo.
Analysis: Petry played 22:51 in the game. The assist was the good news -- the bad news was that he finished the night a minus-3. He has proven he can score at the AHL level, so he is a player to keep an eye on.
News: Petry has been recalled by the Oilers, reports the Oilers' official site.
Analysis: Pertry has recorded 21 points in 32 games with Oklahoma City of the AHL, a good rate for a defenseman. He is considered one of the Oilers' top prospects and may be with the team to stay.