Oilers History

National Hockey League fans who love blockbuster trades have had plenty to be happy about on June 29 over the years. There was an action-packed day in 2016 and two Hall of Famers were traded to their hometowns in 1990. A Crazy 23 Minutes The news couldn’t break fast enough on June 29, 2016, during
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There was a trio of Stanley Cup Final games played on this date with one providing and huge upset and another extending the season for one last game. Also, an Entry Draft took place on June 17 that brought some big names and future Hall of Famers into the National Hockey League. Devils Record-Setting Upset
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May 28 has given us a lot of National Hockey League memories through the decades. Among them are two Hall of Famers calling it a career, numerous Stanley Cup Final victories and a huge swing and miss in the draft. Roy Hangs Them Up Whether you loved or hated Patrick Roy during his playing days,
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April 30 has been a very eventful day in National Hockey League history. A dynasty was temporarily derailed by an errant pass, multiple epic comebacks were completed and records were set across the league. Smith’s Unforgettable Gaffe Defenseman Steve Smith played in 804 NHL games with the Edmonton Oilers, Chicago Blackhawks and Calgary Flames, scoring
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No list of the greatest players in Edmonton Oilers history is complete without Doug Weight. While he never won a Stanley Cup with the Oilers, he was the team’s best player for almost a decade and led Edmonton to multiple first-round playoff upsets in the late 1990s. The New York Rangers dealt Weight to the
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April 6 has had its fair share of historical moments. One of the National Hockey League’s biggest legends scored his final goal in his last regular-season game. Another legend had the greatest season in the history of the game. The Hockey Hall of Fame is full of the names who had big moments on this
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April 2 has provided many great moments throughout National Hockey League history. Multiple records were broken by some of the biggest names of the sport. Some of those records still stand today. Coffey Brews a New Record Paul Coffey was one of the greatest offensive defensemen to ever play in the NHL. He averaged over
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March 30 is a very busy day in hockey history. There were various first in Stanley Cup playoff history that occurred on this date. The National Hockey added four new teams to the mix. Some Hall of Fame defensemen made their mark on history and an all-time great goaltender set the bar high. Stanley Cup
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The Edmonton Oilers have been home to some of the best players to ever play the game. From their dynasty days in the 1980s to the modern-day NHL, nine Oilers have scored 100 points in a single season. Here’s a look at those nine players who have reached the century mark while playing in Oil
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March 28 is a significant date in National Hockey League history with some of the biggest names and greatest players to ever take the ice having historic moments. Between some of the top goal-scorers and the best netminders hitting major milestones, this date belongs in the Hall of Fame. Gretzky Sets the All-Time Mark &
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