Edmonton Oilers Tickets
Below is the 2015 Edmonton Oilers schedule for Rexall Place. To buy tickets select the date of the Hockey game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Oilers tickets by phone.
Edmonton Oilers Team Info
The Oilers are a staple of North American ice hockey history. Rarely in any sport does a team and its parts leave such an indelible mark on the game which they play. The Oilers have contributed to hockey lore on many levels. From developing one of the games all time greats to establishing a dynasty that successful teams are compared to today, they haves been a force in the league since the team’s modern inception in 1980. Their position today in the Western Conference’s Northeast division is one of constant contention for not only a divisional title but a Stanley Cup as well. Their city boasts one of the most rabid fan bases in all of professional hockey and opposing teams feel the passion of a city in love with their hockey and their Oilers. Many of those still hearken back to the 1980s when the Oilers were an untouchable group playing hockey on a level not yet found by other clubs in the National Hockey League.
The Oilers won their first of 5 Staley Cups in 1984 with the prowess of a young phenom who would later become “The Great One”. Wayne Gretzky came into the NHL with a skill set and a vision that no player before him had possessed or knew could be achieved. During that dynasty starting season, Gretzky scored 74 goals and led the Oilers to a 57-18-5 season in route to a 4 games to 1 victory. Gretzky was joined on that squad by other greats such as Paul Coffey, Mark Messier and Jari Kurri. John Muckler’s squad culminated the dynasty in 1990 winning a fifth Trophy in seven years. Again Jari Kurri and master of the game Mark Messier took the helm of the good ship and after a mediocre 38-28-14 season the Oilers cruised through the playoffs to win handedly 4-1 to bring an end to an era of hockey dominance that has not been replicated in the modern era of ice hockey.