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Edmonton Oilers Tickets
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2/5/17: Attention all Oilers fans: your team is one to be proud of. The Oilers currently are top ranked for most goals scored on the road. They have in total 88 goals scored so far, away from home. They also are ranked number three for powerplays made away from home. Their February schedule is as followed:
February 11th- vs. Chicago
February 14th- vs. Arizona
February 16th- vs. Philadelphia
February 18th- vs. Chicago (away)
February 21st- vs. Tampa Bay (away)
February 22nd-vs. Florida (away)
February 24th- vs. Washington (away)
February 26th- vs. Nashville (away)
February 28th- vs. St. Louis (away)
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The Edmonton Oilers were founded in 1971 as one of the original twelve WHA teams. Although they were founded as the Edmonton Oilers they played their inaugural season as the Alberta Oilers. Their Alberta counterpart the Calgary Broncos folded prior to the season and as a result Oilers became the only team playing in Alberta. The team planned on playing half their games in Calgary and the other half in Edmonton, but that never happened, all games were played in Edmonton. The following year they changed the name back to Edmonton Oilers.
In 1976, the team made an acquisition that made a huge impact on the teams future, they acquired Glen Sather and by years end he was made a player/coach. That season was Sathers final as a player, but it began a 23 year run as coach and general manager of the team. In 1978, the Oilers made another roster acquisition that would play import role in the years to come, it acquired an under-age player named Wayne Gretzky. Gretzky along with newly acquired goaltender Eddie Mio and forward Peter Driscoll helped the Oilers to finish first in the WHA. They advanced to the finals but lost to the Winnipeg Jets.
In 1979-80 season the Oilers joined the NHL. Although the Oilers lost most of their players due to the reclamation draft, they were able to retain Wayne Gretzky. The first two seasons in the NHL weren't great but allowed the team to get some great draft positions in which they acquired some excellent players. Five of which, were so impactful, that their numbers are now retired by the team, Mark Messier, Glenn Anderson, Jari Kurri, Paul Coffey and Grant Fuhr. The Edmonton Oilers players stats were amazing over the next seven seasons. They went on to win five Stanley Cups between 1983-84 and 1989-90 and for their success they were given the distinction of having been honored with dynasty status by the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The Oilers are trying to return to the glory of the past and Edmonton Oilers fans are thirsty for another championship run. FrontRowTickets.com is the source for Oilers hockey tickets, Front Row Tickets offers a huge selection of great Oilers game tickets. Want Oilers tickets on the glass? Or maybe you want something a bit further back, FrontRowTickets.com has the Edmonton Oilers tickets your looking for.
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