For the second time this season (this month!), forward Nathan Walker has been placed on waivers. The Edmonton Oilers made the move on Tuesday, as many expect they are making room for Andrej Sekera's return on the roster.
Walker was first placed on waivers a few weeks ago by the Washington Capitals. The Oilers were looking at different options to make room for changes on the roster, as they fear Walker could be claimed back by the Caps.
The 23-year-old just played two games with the Oilers this season, and did not manage to record any points. He appeared in seven games for the Capitals this season and posted one goal and had four penalty minutes.
The five-foot-nine, 186-pound forward was drafted by the Capitals in the third round, with the 89th overall pick in the 2014 draft and became the first Australian player in the NHL.
Let's see what happens with him...