Larsson will be tough to replace as he logged heavy minutes with the Oil
The Edmonton Oilers officially lost defenceman Adam Larsson to the Seattle Kraken in the expansion draft.
The Oilers confirmed Wednesday morning that Larsson had agreed to a contract with Seattle.
Larsson, 28, had played 329 games for the Oilers over five seasons. He was acquired from New Jersey in a trade for Taylor Hall in June of 2016.
Larsson's new deal is worth $16 million dollars over four years.