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March 22, 2012 | 10:10am ET
Renney could be done in Edmonton

With the Edmonton Oilers set to end another season at the bottom of the NHL standings, the team has yet to offer an extension to coach Tom Renney whose contract expires this summer.

As discussed on a segment of TSN Insider Trading, an unnamed radio report has mentioned that Renney will be done at the end of the season as there has been no conversation between Oilers' management and their coach about a potential extension.

Although the rebuilding is most likely not over for the Oilers, the club might consider someone who could bring more improvements in the upcoming seasons.

As for now, the Oilers have stated that no decision has been taken in regards to their coaching situation and they'll assess their options following the season and where the club stands then.

The Edmonton Oilers are currently in 14th place of the Western Conference with 66 points and could obtain the top draft pick for the third consecutive year in June.

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