Mark Letestu C EDM 1 month ago

Letestu had 10 goals and 15 assists for Edmonton this past season.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Letestu is a valuable third or ...

Mark Letestu C EDM 2 months ago

Letestu recorded a power-play goal and a minus-2 rating in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Coyotes.

Competitive Edge Analysis

After registering zero goals and...

Mark Letestu C EDM 2 months ago

Letestu busted out Wednesday with a pair of power-play points -- a goal and an assist -- to go with an empty-netter in a 6-4 win over the Blues.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Well, that came out of nowhere. ...

Mark Letestu C EDM 2 months ago

Letestu fired four unsuccessful shots on goal in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Predators.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The 31-year-old veteran had four...

Mark Letestu C EDM 4 months ago

Letestu outraced a pair of defenders to grab a shorty against the Lightning on Tuesday.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Letestu has been an important ...

Mark Letestu C EDM 6 months ago

Letestu scored a shorthanded goal and added an assists in Wednesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Bruins.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Edmonton's third-line center ...

Mark Letestu C EDM 6 months ago

Letestu (undisclosed) took part in line rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he will play Wednesday against the Bruins, Bob Stauffer of 630 CHED reports.

Mark Letestu C EDM 6 months ago

Letestu (undisclosed) is questionable for Wednesday's tilt with Boston.

Competitive Edge Analysis

There is no indication as to ...

Mark Letestu C EDM 11 months ago

Letestu signed a three-year contract with the Oilers on Wednesday, NHL.com reports.

Letestu, whose deal is worth an average of $1.8 million per season, is coming off a campaign in which he notched 13 points in 54 games for Columbus. With the Oilers, the 30-year pivot brings a veteran presence to the table in his role as a bottom-six forward.

Mark Letestu C EDM 1 year ago

Letestu, an unrestricted free agent this offseason, hopes to return to the Blue Jackets, the Columbus Dispatch reports. "I see myself as having a role here. I feel like I bring a lot to the table, and I still think I can do that for years to come. I'm still hopeful that we'll get something worked out."

He finished the season with just seven goals, 13 points and a minus-9 rating in 54 games, but Letestu won 52.9 percent of his faceoffs and he offers a great deal of versatility from the fourth line. The Jackets' youth movement started this season with Alex Wennberg and Marko Dano though, and if more prospects need NHL ice time next season, there may not be room in Columbus for Letestu.