Former Okotoks Oiler Dylan Holloway is putting in the time to try and become an Edmonton Oiler full time. While playing nearly half a season in the NHL this year, after recent acquisitions made by the Edmonton Oilers at the trade deadline, Holloway has found himself back with their farm team in Bakersfield.

This isn't a demotion by any means, Edmonton went out and added centre depth in Adam Henrique and Sam Carrick which has made Holloway the odd man out on the roster. The 22-year-old played 32 games with Edmonton's NHL team scoring three goals and an assist for a total of 4 points. 

The Bakersfield Condors will welcome Holloway with open arms as he's a point-per-game player in the American Hockey League (AHL) this year. He has six points so far in six games.

Holloway played 51 games for the Oil last year and has a combined 83 games in "the show" to his name, in addition to six goals and 13 points in that time frame.

During his time with the Okotoks Oilers, he made the Green Army proud by notching 115 points in 83 games with Okotoks, 51 of which were goals.

The Condors are currently in fifth place in the Pacific Division in the AHL but are only three points back from second in the division. With a game in hand, Holloway and the Condors are in the playoff race for the Calder Cup.