Defensive defenseman Mark Fayne is excited that he has jumped from the New Jersey Devils to Edmonton because the Oilers are in the West and the West features bigger forwards.
The Edmonton Oilers have signed defenseman Mark Fayne to a four year/$14 million contract.
Mark Fayne's agent Peter Fish says that the chances of the defenseman returning to the Devils are becoming less likely.
The Rangers have "legitimate interest" in Mark Fayne, according to the NY Post’s Larry Brooks.
The Edmonton Oilers plan to reach out to Mark Fayne on Thursday.
Defenseman Mark Fayne is "ahead of schedule" in his rehab following April 22 surgery to repair the core muscle in his left groin, but there have been no meaningful talks with the Devils regarding a new contract.
Mark Fayne underwent successful groin surgery.
Mark Fayne will dress in his first game of 2013-14 Tuesday night in Vancouver.
Devils GM Lou Lamoriello stated on Wednesday that Mark Fayne is "OK" after ending the season with a bulging disc in his back.
Mark Fayne's mysterious season-ending injury was a bulging disc in his lower back.
Mark Fayne missed the Devils' final four games with an undisclosed injury.
Mark Fayne netted a shorthanded goal in a 3-2 shootout loss Sunday.
Mark Fayne got the start on defense Thursday night.
Mark Fayne will be in the Devils' lineup Saturday afternoon against the Capitals.