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Hard-working forward who could potentially add some secondary scoring to the bottom-six.


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January 2020 – Hebig caught everyone’s attention with his strong 2018 camp and an excellent start to the 2018-2019 AHL season but those days are long gone. The soon to be 23-year-old has recorded just two points in 10 games for the Bakersfield Condors this season and has been demoted to the Wichita Thunder of the ECHL. He has performed well in the ECHL as he has recorded 17 points in 20 games but overall he appears to be falling behind younger prospects. His contract with the Edmonton Oilers will expire after this season and the chances of him being resigned at this point seem slim. Jameson Ewasiuk

March 2019 – Hebig has a fantastic start to his pro career registering six goals and 12 points in his first 11 games with the Bakersfield Condors. Unfortunately, since his hot start, the young forward’s production has essentially evaporated. To date, Hebig has recorded 11 goals and 23 points in 54 games (11 points in his last 43 games). His 23 points places him 11th in team scoring and he would likely be lower than that if players like Caleb Jones and Kailer Yamamoto didn’t spend time in the NHL with the Oilers. Hebig plays a 200-foot game and does have some offensive tools but he isn’t a consistent threat at the AHL level yet. He should be considered a project at this point. Jameson Ewasiuk

July 2018 – On December 28, 2017, the Oilers signed free agent WHL forward Cameron Hebig to an entry level contract. Hebig is a hard working player with strong skating who uses his speed effectively on the forecheck. Despite his size, he isn’t afraid to engage physically and overall has a solid compete level. Throughout his WHL career he has been utilized in all situations including he penalty kill. Last season, his overage season, where he played for both the Blades and the Pats, Hebig recorded his best season statistically with 41 goals and 90 points, both of which were tied for 15th in the WHL. The trade to the Regina Pats gave him the extra experience of playing in the Memorial Cup where he recorded four goals and six points in five games played. It isn’t uncommon for players to put up big numbers in their overage seasons in the CHL so expectations should remain low for the undrafted free agent signing until we see how he fares in the AHL. Jameson Ewasiuk

Fantasy Upside 4.0
NHL Certainty 2.5
Country CAN
Position C
Roster Type Free Agent
Shoot/Glove Right
Date of Birth January 21, 1997
Height 6‘0”
Weight 183 lbs
Drafted No


 Season Team League GP G A TP PIM      Playoffs GP G A TP PIM 
 2011-2012 Saskatoon Frostbite U15 AAGSBHL U15- - -- -|        
 2012-2013 Saskatoon Contacts U18 AAASMAAAHL25 13 1427 12|Playoffs9 4 37
  Team Saskatchewan WCCC-16- - -- -|        
  Saskatoon Contacts U18 AAATelus Cup7 3 36 2|        
 2013-2014 Saskatoon BladesWHL67 13 1326 20|        
  Canada Western U17WHC-175 1 23 6|        
 2014-2015 Saskatoon BladesWHL72 18 2240 36|        
 2015-2016 Saskatoon BladesWHL59 26 4369 36|        
 2016-2017 Saskatoon BladesWHL0 0 00 0|        
 2017-2018 Saskatoon BladesWHL40 30 2858 28|        
  Regina PatsWHL26 11 2132 16|Playoffs7 6 28
  Regina PatsMemorial Cup5 4 26 6|        
 2018-2019 Bakersfield CondorsAHL64 11 1829 30|Playoffs3 0 00
 2019-2020 Bakersfield CondorsAHL31 3 47 4|        
  Wichita ThunderECHL20 6 1117 12|        
 2020-2021 Florida EverbladesECHL13 5 1217 2|Playoffs4 1 23
  Tucson RoadrunnersAHL28 3 710 22|Playoffs1 0 00
 2021-2022 Tucson RoadrunnersAHL68 13 1225 36|        
 2022-2023 Tucson RoadrunnersAHL65 9 1019 30|Playoffs3 0 00
 2023-2024 Tucson RoadrunnersAHL61 12 2032 34|