Former Okotoks Oiler Dylan Hollway and the Edmonton Oilers were as close as you can get to winning a Stanley Cup but came up short in game seven against the Florida Panthers, losing 2-1.

Even though the Oilers couldn't complete the reverse four-game sweep, Holloway was a bright spot on the roster and someone the Oilers can lean on moving forward.

Holloway broke a franchise record during the Oilers' first win of the Stanley Cup Finals when he scored two goals in game four and became the youngest Oiler to have a multi-goal game in the championship series.

The 22-year-old broke the record that Craig Simpson held. Simpson did it when he was 23 years old, while Wayne Gretzky was just a handful of days older than Simpson when he broke the record.

Watching the Oilers' playoff run, Holloway was noticeable almost every shift as he was crashing the net, producing scoring opportunities and using his body to wear down the other teams.

Holloway played in 25 games during the 2024 Stanley Cup playoffs, he notched five goals and two assists in that period.

The Edmonton Oilers will now have to focus on getting Holloway under contract for next year as he is currently a restricted free agent come July 1st.