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Edmonton Oilers Team History


The Edmonton Oilers were formed in 1971 by Bill Hunter as the Alberta Oilers, one of ten charter members of the World Hockey Association (WHA). The following year, the team changed its name to the Edmonton Oilers. In 1978 the Oilers announced a trade with the Indiannapolis Ice, acquiring the young star Wayne Gretzky. Gretzky signed an unheard of 21 year personal services contract with Peter Pocklington on his 18th birthday. In 1979 the NHL allowed four WHA teams to enter the league, with Edmonton being one of them. In the mid 1980's the Oilers wide open attacking style of play resulted in them winning the Stanley Cup.

Edmonton Oilers Current Arena


Name: Rexall Place
Address: 7424 118th Avenue Edmonton, Ab T5B-4M9 Canada
Phone: (780) 471-7210
Website: http://www.rexall-place.com/
Capacity: 16839
Opened: 1974

National Hockey League - Edmonton Oilers Draft History


Year Name Rnd Pick Pos From League
2009 Magnus Paajarvi-Svensson 1 10 L Timra IK SEL
2009 Anton Lander 2 40 C Timra IK SEL
2009 Troy Hesketh 3 71 D Minnetonka H.S. MN
2009 Cameron Abney 3 82 R Everett Silvertips WHL
2009 Kyle Bigos 4 99 D Vernon Vipers BCHL
2009 Toni Rajala 4 101 R Ilves Jrs. Finland
2009 Olivier Roy 5 133 G Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
2008 Jordan Eberle 1 22 C Regina Pats WHL
2008 Johan Motin 4 103 D Bofors IK Swe-1
2008 Philippe Cornet 5 133 L Rimouski Oceanic QMJHL
2008 Teemu Hartikainen 6 163 C Kalpa Jrs. Finland
2008 Jordan Bendfeld 7 193 D Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
2007 Sam Gagner 1 6 C London Knights OHL
2007 Alexandre Plante 1 15 D Calgary Hitmen WHL
2007 Riley Nash 1 21 C Salmon Arm Silverbacks BCHL
2007 Linus Omark 4 97 W Lulea HF SEL
2007 Milan Kytnar 5 127 C Topolcany Slovakia
2007 William Quist 6 157 W Tingsryds Sweden
2006 Jeff Petry 2 45 D Des Moines Buccaneers USHL
2006 Theo Peckham 3 75 D Owen Sound Attack OHL
2006 Bryan Pitton 5 133 G Brampton Battalion OHL
2006 Cody Wild 5 140 D Providence College NCAA
2006 Alexander Bumagin 6 170 W Tolyatti Lada Russia
2005 Andrew Cogliano 1 25 C St. Michael's Buzzers OPJHL
2005 Taylor Chorney 2 36 D Shattuck St. Mary's Minn.
2005 Danny Syvret 3 81 D London Knights OHL
2005 Robby Dee 3 86 C Breck School MN
2005 Chris Vande Velde 4 97 C Moorhead H.S. MN
2005 Slava Trukhno 4 120 L Prince Edward Island Rocket QMJHL
2005 Fredrik Pettersson 5 157 L Frolunda Jrs Sweden
2005 Matthew Glasser 7 220 L Fort McMurray Oil Barons AJHL
2004 Devan Dubnyk 1 14 G Kamloops Blazers WHL
2004 Rob Schremp 1 25 C London Knights OHL
2004 Roman Tesliuk 2 44 D Kamloops Blazers WHL
2004 Geoff Paukovich 2 57 L US National Under 18 Team
2004 Liam Reddox 4 112 L Peterborough Petes OHL
2004 Bryan Young 5 146 D Peterborough Petes OHL
2004 Max Gordichuk 6 177 D Kamloops Blazers WHL
2004 Stephane Goulet 7 208 R Quebec Remparts QMJHL
2004 Tyler Spurgeon 8 242 C Kelowna Rockets WHL
2004 Bjorn Bjurling 9 274 G Djurgardens IF Stockholm SEL
2003 Marc-Antoine Pouliot 1 22 C Rimouski Oceanic QMJHL
2003 Colin McDonald 2 51 R New England Jr. Coyotes EJHL
2003 Jean-Francois Jacques 2 68 L Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
2003 Mikhail Zhukov 3 72 C Arboga Sweden
2003 Zack Stortini 3 94 C Sudbury Wolves OHL
2003 Kalle Olsson 5 147 R Frolunda Jrs Sweden
2003 David Rohlfs 5 154 D Detroit Compuware NAHL
2003 Dragan Umicevic 6 184 R Sodertalje SK SEL
2003 Kyle Brodziak 7 214 C Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
2003 Mathieu Roy 7 215 D Val d'Or Foreurs QMJHL
2003 Josef Hrabal 8 248 D Vsetin Jr. Czech
2003 Troy Bodie 9 278 L Kelowna Rockets WHL
2002 Jesse Niinimaki 1 15 C Ilves Tampere FNL
2002 Jeff Drouin-Deslaurier 2 31 G Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
2002 Jarret Stoll 2 36 C Kootenay Ice WHL
2002 Matt Greene 2 44 D Green Bay Gamblers USHL
2002 Brock Radunske 3 79 L Michigan State University NCAA
2002 Ivan Koltsov 4 106 D Cherepovets Jr. Russia
2002 Jonas Almtorp 4 111 C Modo Jrs. Sweden
2002 Robin Kovar 4 123 D Vancouver Giants WHL
2002 Glenn Fisher 5 148 G Fort Saskatchewan Traders AJHL
2002 Mikko Luoma 6 181 D Tappara Tampere FNL
2002 Jean-Francois Dufort 7 205 L Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
2002 Patrick Murphy 7 211 L Newmarket Hurricanes OPJHL
2002 Dwight Helminen 8 244 C U. of Michigan NCAA
2002 Tomas Micka 8 245 F Slavia Jr. Czech
2002 Fredrik Johansson 9 274 C Frolunda Jrs Sweden
2001 Ales Hemsky 1 13 L Hull Olympiques QMJHL
2001 Doug Lynch 2 43 D Red Deer Rebels WHL
2001 Ed Caron 2 52 L Phillips-Exeter Academy NH
2001 Kenny Smith 3 84 D Harvard University NCAA
2001 Jussi Markkanen 5 133 G Tappara Tampere FNL
2001 Jake Brenk 5 154 F Breck School MN
2001 Mikael Svensk 6 185 D Vastra Frolunda Juniors Sweden
2001 Dan Baum 7 215 L Prince George Cougars WHL
2001 Kari Haakana 8 248 D Jokerit Helsinki FNL
2001 Ales Pisa 9 272 D Pardubice HC Czech
2001 Shay Stephenson 9 278 L Red Deer Rebels WHL
2000 Alexei Mikhnov 1 17 L Yaroslavl Torpedo Russia
2000 Brad Winchester 2 35 C U. of Wisconsin NCAA
2000 Alexander Lyubimov 3 83 D Samara CSK VVS Russia
2000 Lou Dickenson 4 113 C Mississauga Ice Dogs OHL
2000 Paul Flache 5 152 D Brampton Battalion OHL
2000 Shaun Norrie 6 184 R Calgary Hitmen WHL
2000 Joe Cullen 7 211 C Colorado College NCAA
2000 Matthew Lombardi 7 215 C Victoriaville Tigres QMJHL
2000 Jason Platt 8 247 D Omaha Lancers USHL
2000 Evgeny Muratov 9 274 F Nizhnekamsk Neftekhimik Russia
1999 Jani Rita 1 13 L Jokerit Helsinki FNL
1999 Alexei Semenov 2 36 D Sudbury Wolves OHL
1999 Tony Salmelainen 2 41 L HIFK Helsinki FNL
1999 Adam Hauser 3 81 G U. of Minnesota NCAA
1999 Mike Comrie 3 91 C U. of Michigan NCAA
1999 Jonathan Fauteux 5 139 D Val d'Or Foreurs QMJHL
1999 Chris Legg 6 171 F London Jr. B
1999 Christian Chartier 7 199 D Saskatoon Blades WHL
1999 Tomas Groschl 9 256 L Leksands IF SEL
1998 Michael Henrich 1 13 R Barrie Colts OHL
1998 Alex Henry 3 67 D London Knights OHL
1998 Shawn Horcoff 4 99 C Michigan State University NCAA
1998 Kristian Antila 4 113 G Ilves Jrs Finland
1998 Paul Elliott 5 128 D Lethbridge Hurricanes WHL
1998 Oleg Smirnov 5 144 L Elektrostal Kristall WPHL
1998 Trevor Ettinger 6 159 D Cape Breton Screaming Eagles QMJHL
1998 Mike Morrison 7 186 G Exeter H.S. NH
1998 Christian Lefebvre 8 213 Baie-Comeau Drakkar QMJHL
1998 Maxim Spiridonov 9 241 R London Knights OHL
1997 Michel Riesen 1 14 R Biel SwissA
1997 Patrick Dovigi 2 41 G Erie Otters OHL
1997 Sergei Yerkovich 3 68 D Las Vegas Thunder IHL
1997 Jonas Elofsson 4 94 D Farjestads BK Karlstad SEL
1997 Jason Chimera 5 121 L Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1997 Peter Sarno 6 141 C Windsor Spitfires OHL
1997 Kevin Bolibruck 7 176 D Peterborough Petes OHL
1997 Chad Hinz 7 187 C Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1997 Chris Kerr 8 205 Sudbury Wolves OHL
1997 Alexander Fomitchev 9 231 G St. Albert Saints AJHL
1996 Boyd Devereaux 1 6 C Kitchener Rangers OHL
1996 Matthieu Descoteaux 1 19 D Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1996 Chris Hajt 2 32 D Guelph Storm OHL
1996 Tom Poti 3 59 D Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1996 Brian Urick 5 114 R Notre Dame NCAA
1996 Bryan Randall 6 141 R Medicine Hat Tigers WHL
1996 David Bernier 7 168 R St. Hyacinthe Lasers QMJHL
1996 Brandon Lafrance 7 170 R Ohio State University NCAA
1996 Fernando Pisani 8 195 L St. Albert Saints AJHL
1996 John Hultberg 9 221 G Kingston Frontenacs OHL
1995 Steve Kelly 1 6 L Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1995 Georges Laraque 2 31 L St. Jean Lynx QMJHL
1995 Lukas Zib 3 57 D Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1995 Mike Minard 4 83 G Chilliwack Chiefs BCJHL
1995 Jan Snopek 5 109 D Oshawa Generals OHL
1995 Martin Cerven 7 161 C Dukla Trencin Slovakia
1995 Stephen Douglas 8 187 D Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1995 Jiri Antonin 9 213 Pardubice HC Czech
1994 Jason Bonsignore 1 4 C Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1994 Ryan Smyth 1 6 L Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1994 Mike Watt 2 32 L Stratford Cullitons MOJHL
1994 Corey Neilson 3 53 D North Bay Centennials OHL
1994 Brad Symes 3 60 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1994 Adam Copeland 4 79 R Burlington Cougars OPJHL
1994 Jussi Tarvainen 4 95 R KalPa Kuopio FNL
1994 Jon Gaskins 5 110 L Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL
1994 Terry Marchant 6 136 C Niagara Scenics NAJHL
1994 Curtis Sheptak 7 160 D Olds Grizzlys AJHL
1994 Dimitrius Sulba 7 162 Tivali Minsk Russia
1994 Chris Wickenheiser 7 179 G Red Deer Rebels WHL
1994 Rob Guinn 8 185 D Newmarket Royals OHL
1994 Jason Reid 8 188 D St. Andrew's College Ont. H.S.
1994 Jeremy Jablonski 9 214 G Victoria Cougars WHL
1994 Ladislav Benysek 11 266 D Olomouc Czech
1994 Chad Dameworth 0 6 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
1993 Jason Arnott 1 7 C Oshawa Generals OHL
1993 Nick Stajduhar 1 16 D London Knights OHL
1993 David Vyborny 2 33 R Sparta Praha Czech
1993 Kevin Paden 3 59 L Detroit Jr. Red Wings OHL
1993 Alexander Kerch 3 60 L Dynamo Riga Latvia
1993 Miroslav Satan 5 111 L Dukla Trencin Czech
1993 Alex Zhurik 7 163 D Dynamo Minsk Russia
1993 Martin Bakula 8 189 U. of Alaska-Anchorage NCAA
1993 Brad Norton 9 215 D Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1993 Oleg Maltsev 10 241 Chelyabinsk Traktor Russia
1993 Ilja Byakin 11 267 D Landshut EV DEL
1993 Brett Abel 0 7 G U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1992 Joe Hulbig 1 13 L St. Sebastian's Mass. H.S.
1992 Martin Reichel 2 37 F Freiburg EHC GerHPL
1992 Simon Roy 3 61 Shawinigan Cataractes QMJHL
1992 Kirk Maltby 3 65 L Owen Sound Platers OHL
1992 Ralph Intranuovo 4 96 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1992 Joaquin Gage 5 109 G Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1992 Steve Gibson 7 157 L Windsor Spitfires OHL
1992 Kyuin Shim 8 181 L Sherwood Park Crusaders AJHL
1992 Colin Schmidt 8 190 C Regina Midgets
1992 Marko Tuomainen 9 205 R Clarkson University NCAA
1992 Brian Rasmussen 11 253 R St. Louis Park H.S. MO
1991 Tyler Wright 1 12 C Swift Current Broncos WHL
1991 Martin Rucinsky 1 20 L Litvinov CHP HC Czech
1991 Andrew Verner 2 34 G Peterborough Petes OHL
1991 George Breen 3 56 R Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1991 Mario Nobili 4 78 L Longueuil College-Francais QMJHL
1991 Ryan Haggerty 5 93 L Westminster H.S. CT
1991 David Oliver 7 144 R U. of Michigan NCAA
1991 Gary Kitching 8 166 C Thunder Bay Flyers USHL
1991 Vegar Barlie 10 210 Valerenga Oslo Norway
1991 Evgeny Belosheiken 11 232 G CSKA Moscow Russia
1991 Juha Riihijarvi 12 254 R Oulu Karpat Finland
1991 Tom Holdeman 0 18 R Miami University (Ohio) NCAA
1990 Scott Allison 1 17 W Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1990 Alexander Legault 2 38 D Boston University NCAA
1990 Joe Crowley 3 59 L Lawrence Academy MA
1990 Joel Blain 4 67 L Hull Olympiques QMJHL
1990 Greg Louder 5 101 G Cushing Academy Mass. H.S.
1990 Keijo Sailynoja 6 122 F Jokerit Helsinki FNL
1990 Mike Power 7 143 G Western Michigan University NCAA
1990 Roman Mejzlik 8 164 Dukla Jihlava Czech
1990 Richard Zemlicka 9 185 F Sparta Praha Czech
1990 Petr Korinek 10 206 C Skoda Plzen Czech
1990 Sami Nuutinen 12 248 D Kiekko-Espoo FNL
1990 Sandy Galuppo 0 21 G Boston College NCAA
1989 Jason Soules 1 15 D Niagara Falls Thunder OHL
1989 Richard Borgo 2 36 R Kitchener Rangers OHL
1989 Josef Beranek 4 78 C Litvinov CHP HC Czech
1989 Peter White 5 92 C Michigan State University NCAA
1989 Anatoli Semenov 6 120 C Moscow Dynamo Russia
1989 Davis Payne 7 140 R Michigan Tech NCAA
1989 Sergei Yashin 7 141 L Dynamo Riga Latvia
1989 Darcy Martini 8 162 D Michigan Tech NCAA
1989 Roman Bozek 11 225 Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1989 Dave Aiken 0 20 U. of New Hampshire NCAA
1988 Francois Leroux 1 19 D St. Jean Beavers QMJHL
1988 Petro Koivunen 2 39 R Kiekko-Espoo FNL
1988 Trevor Sim 3 53 C Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
1988 Collin Bauer 3 61 D Saskatoon Blades WHL
1988 Cam Brauer 4 82 D R.P.I. NCAA
1988 Don Martin 5 103 D London Knights OHL
1988 Len Barrie 6 124 C Victoria Cougars WHL
1988 Mike Glover 7 145 R Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1988 Shjon Podein 8 166 L U. of Minnesota-Duluth NCAA
1988 Tom Cole 9 187 G Woburn H.S. MA
1988 Vladimir Zubkov 10 208 D CSKA Moscow Russia
1988 Darin MacDonald 11 229 Boston University NCAA
1988 Tim Tisdale 12 250 C Swift Current Broncos WHL
1988 Brian Dowd 0 24 D Northeastern University NCAA
1987 Peter Soberlak 1 21 L Swift Current Broncos WHL
1987 Brad Werenka 2 42 D Northern Michigan University NCAA
1987 Geoff Smith 3 63 D St. Albert Saints AJHL
1987 Peter Eriksson 4 64 L HV71 Jonkoping SEL
1987 Shaun Van Allen 5 105 C Saskatoon Blades WHL
1987 Radek Toupal 6 126 Ceske Budejovice HC Czech
1987 Tomas Srsen 7 147 L Brno ZKL Czech
1987 Age Ellingsen 8 168 Storhamar Norway
1987 Gavin Armstrong 9 189 G R.P.I. NCAA
1987 Mike Tinkham 10 210 C Newburyport H.S. MA
1987 Jeff Pauletti 11 231 U. of Minnesota NCAA
1987 Jesper Duus 12 241 D Rodovre Denmark
1987 Igor Vyazmikin 12 252 L CSKA Moscow Russia
1986 Kim Issel 1 21 R Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1986 Jamie Nicolls 2 42 R Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1986 Ron Shudra 3 63 D Kamloops Blazers WHL
1986 Dan Currie 4 84 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1986 David Haas 5 105 L London Knights OHL
1986 Jim Ennis 6 126 D Boston University NCAA
1986 Ivan Matulik 7 147 R Bratislava Slovan Harvard Slovakia
1986 Nick Beaulieu 8 168 L Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL
1986 Mike Greenlay 9 189 G Calgary Midgets AAA
1986 Matt Lanza 10 210 Winthrop H.S. MA
1986 Mojmir Bozik 11 231 D Kosice Czech
1986 Tony Hand 12 252 F Murrayfield Racers BHL
1986 Peter Heinze 0 7 U. of Lowell NCAA
1985 Scott Metcalfe 1 20 C Kingston Canadians OHL
1985 Todd Carnelley 2 41 D Kamloops Blazers WHL
1985 Michael Ware 3 62 R Hamilton Steelhawks OHL
1985 Tomas Kapusta 5 104 C Gottwaldov Czech
1985 Brian Tessier 6 125 G North Bay Centennials OHL
1985 Shawn Tyers 7 146 R Kitchener Rangers OHL
1985 Tony Fairfield 8 167 St. Albert Saints AJHL
1985 Kelly Buchberger 9 188 R Moose Jaw Warriors WHL
1985 Mario Barbe 10 209 D Chicoutimi Sagueneens QMJHL
1985 Peter Headon 11 230 Notre Dame H.S. SK
1985 John Haley 12 251 G Hull H.S. MA
1984 Selmar Odelein 1 21 D Regina Pats WHL
1984 Daryl Reaugh 2 42 G Kamloops Junior Oilers WHL
1984 Todd Norman 3 63 Hill-Murray H.S. MN
1984 Richard Novak 4 84 R Richmond Sockeyes BCJHL
1984 Rick Lambert 5 105 Henry Carr H.S. Toronto
1984 Emanuel Viveiros 6 106 D Prince Albert Raiders WHL
1984 Ivan Dornic 6 126 Dukla Trencin Slovakia
1984 Heikki Riihijarvi 7 147 Karpat FinD1
1984 Todd Ewen 8 168 R New Westminster Bruins WHL
1984 Joel Curtis 10 209 L Oshawa Generals OHL
1984 Simon Wheeldon 11 229 C Victoria Cougars WHL
1984 Darren Gani 12 250 D Belleville Bulls OHL
1983 Jeff Beukeboom 1 19 D Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1983 Mike Golden 2 40 F Reading H.S. MA
1983 Mike Flanagan 3 60 Acton-Boxboro H.S. MA
1983 Esa Tikkanen 4 80 L HIFK Helsinki FNL
1983 Don Barber 6 120 R Kelowna Buckaroos BCJHL
1983 Dale Derkatch 7 140 F Regina Pats WHL
1983 Ralph Vos 8 160 L Abbotsford Flyers BCJHL
1983 Dave Roach 9 180 G New Westminster Royals BCJHL
1983 Warren Yadlowski 10 200 Calgary Wranglers WHL
1983 John Miner 11 220 D Regina Pats WHL
1983 Steve Woodburn 12 240 D Verdun Juniors QMJHL
1982 Jim Playfair 1 20 D Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1982 Steve Graves 2 41 L Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
1982 Brent Loney 3 62 L Cornwall Royals OHL
1982 Jaroslav Pouzar 4 83 L Motor Ceske Budejovice Cz
1982 Dwayne Boettger 5 104 D Toronto Marlboros OHL
1982 Raimo Summanen 6 125 F Reipas Lahti FNL
1982 Brian Small 7 146 R Ottawa 67's OHL
1982 Dean Clark 8 167 L St. Albert Saints AJHL
1982 Ian Wood 9 188 G Penticton Knights BCJHL
1982 Grant Dion 10 209 D Cowichan Valley Capitals BCJHL
1982 Chris Smith 11 230 G Regina Pats WHL
1982 Jeff Crawford 12 251 F Regina Pats WHL
1981 Grant Fuhr 1 8 G Victoria Cougars WHL
1981 Todd Strueby 2 29 F Regina Pats WHL
1981 Paul Houck 4 71 R Kelowna Buckaroos BCJHL
1981 Phil Drouillard 5 92 L Niagara Falls Flyers OHL
1981 Steve Smith 6 111 D London Knights OHL
1981 Marc Habscheid 6 113 F Saskatoon Blades WHL
1981 Mike Sturgeon 8 155 Kelowna Buckaroos BCJHL
1981 Miloslav Horava 9 176 D Poldi Kladno Czech
1981 Gord Sherven 10 197 F Weyburn Beavers SSHL
1980 Paul Coffey 1 6 D Kitchener Rangers OHA
1980 Shawn Babcock 3 48 R Windsor Spitfires OHA
1980 Jari Kurri 4 69 R Jokerit Helsinki FNL
1980 Walt Poddubny 5 90 F Kingston Canadians OHA
1980 Mike Winther 6 111 Brandon Wheat Kings WHL
1980 Andy Moog 7 132 G Billings Bighorns WHL
1980 Rob Polman-Tuin 8 153 G Michigan Tech NCAA
1980 Lars-Gunnar Pettersson 9 174 Lulea HF SEL
1979 Kevin Lowe 1 21 D Quebec Remparts QMJHL
1979 Mark Messier 3 48 C Cincinnati Stingers WHA
1979 Glenn Anderson 4 69 F U. of Denver NCAA
1979 Max Kostovich 4 84 L Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1979 Mike Toal 5 105 Portland Winter Hawks WHL
1979 Blair Barnes 6 126 R Windsor Spitfires OHA


Edmonton Oilers 1979-1980 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 28
Regular Season Loses: 39
Regular Season Ties: 13
Regular Season Points: 69

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Philadelphia Flyers in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0

Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Second Team - Wayne Gretzky

Edmonton Oilers 1980-1981 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 29
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 74

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Montreal Canadiens in the Preliminary Round 3 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by New York Islanders in the Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky

Edmonton Oilers 1981-1982 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 48
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 15
Regular Season Points: 111

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Los Angeles Kings in the Division Semi Final 3 - 2 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Mark Messier
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lester B. Pearson Award - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Coffey
NHL All-Star Second Team - Grant Fuhr

Edmonton Oilers 1982-1983 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 47
Regular Season Loses: 21
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 106

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Calgary Flames in the Division Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Mark Messier
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lester B. Pearson Award - Wayne Gretzky
Plus-Minus Award - Charlie Huddy
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Coffey

Edmonton Oilers 1983-1984 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 57
Regular Season Loses: 18
Regular Season Ties: 5
Regular Season Points: 119

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Calgary Flames in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated New York Islanders in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Conn Smythe Trophy - Mark Messier
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lester B. Pearson Award - Wayne Gretzky
Plus-Minus Award - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Second Team - Paul Coffey
NHL All-Star Second Team - Jari Kurri
NHL All-Star Second Team - Mark Messier

Edmonton Oilers 1984-1985 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 49
Regular Season Loses: 20
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 109

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Chicago Black Hawks in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lester B. Pearson Award - Wayne Gretzky
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Paul Coffey
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy - Jari Kurri
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Jari Kurri
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Paul Coffey
Conn Smythe Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Plus-Minus Award - Wayne Gretzky

Edmonton Oilers 1985-1986 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 56
Regular Season Loses: 17
Regular Season Ties: 7
Regular Season Points: 119

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Division Semi Final 3 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by Calgary Flames in the Division Final 4 - 3 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Paul Coffey
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
James Norris Memorial Trophy - Paul Coffey
NHL All-Star Second Team - Jari Kurri

Edmonton Oilers 1986-1987 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 50
Regular Season Loses: 24
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 106

Finished: First (1st) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Philadelphia Flyers in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0

Art Ross Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Jari Kurri
Hart Memorial Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
Lester B. Pearson Award - Wayne Gretzky
Plus-Minus Award - Wayne Gretzky

Edmonton Oilers 1987-1988 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 44
Regular Season Loses: 25
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 99

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Calgary Flames in the Division Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 0 - 1

Conn Smythe Trophy - Wayne Gretzky
NHL All-Star Team - Grant Fuhr
NHL All-Star Second Team - Wayne Gretzky
Vezina Trophy - Grant Fuhr

Edmonton Oilers 1988-1989 Season Review


Coach - Glen Sather

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 84

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Los Angeles Kings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0

NHL All-Star Second Team - Jari Kurri

Edmonton Oilers 1989-1990 Season Review


Coach - John Muckler

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 90

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Division Final 4 - 0 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Chicago Blackhawks in the Conference Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Boston Bruins in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 1 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Geoff Smith
Conn Smythe Trophy - Bill Ranford
NHL All-Star Team - Mark Messier
Hart Memorial Trophy - Mark Messier
King Clancy Memorial Trophy - Kevin Lowe
Lester B. Pearson Award - Mark Messier

Edmonton Oilers 1990-1991 Season Review


Coach - John Muckler

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 37
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 6
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Calgary Flames in the Division Semi Final 4 - 3 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Division Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 1991-1992 Season Review


Coach - Ted Green

Games Played: 80
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 34
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 82

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Los Angeles Kings in the Division Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Vancouver Canucks in the Division Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by Chicago Blackhawks in the Conference Final 4 - 0 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 1992-1993 Season Review


Coach - Ted Green

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 26
Regular Season Loses: 50
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 60

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Smythe Division of the Campbell Conference



Edmonton Oilers 1993-1994 Season Review


Coach - Ted Green

Games Played: 84
Regular Season Wins: 25
Regular Season Loses: 45
Regular Season Ties: 14
Regular Season Points: 64

Finished: Sixth (6th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Jason Arnott

Edmonton Oilers 1994-1995 Season Review


Coach - George Burnett

Games Played: 48
Regular Season Wins: 17
Regular Season Loses: 27
Regular Season Ties: 4
Regular Season Points: 38

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Edmonton Oilers 1995-1996 Season Review


Coach - Ron Low

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 30
Regular Season Loses: 44
Regular Season Ties: 8
Regular Season Points: 68

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference



Edmonton Oilers 1996-1997 Season Review


Coach - Ron Low

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 9
Regular Season Points: 81

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Dallas Stars in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by Colorado Avalanche in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 1997-1998 Season Review


Coach - Ron Low

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 35
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 10
Regular Season Points: 80

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Colorado Avalanche in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 3 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by Dallas Stars in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 1 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 1998-1999 Season Review


Coach - Ron Low

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 33
Regular Season Loses: 37
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 78

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Dallas Stars in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 0 - 0

NHL All-Rookie Team - Tom Poti

Edmonton Oilers 1999-2000 Season Review


Coach - Kevin Lowe

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 16
Regular Season Points: 88

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Dallas Stars in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 1 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 2000-2001 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 39
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 93

Finished: Second (2nd) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Dallas Stars in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 2001-2002 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 92

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference



Edmonton Oilers 2002-2003 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 26
Regular Season Ties: 11
Regular Season Points: 92

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated by Dallas Stars in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 2003-2004 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 36
Regular Season Loses: 29
Regular Season Ties: 12
Regular Season Points: 89

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference



Edmonton Oilers 2004-2005 Season Review


Season Cancelled due to Labor Negotiations


Edmonton Oilers 2005-2006 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 28
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 95

Finished: Third (3rd) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

Edmonton Oilers defeated Detroit Red Wings in the Conference Quarter Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated San Jose Sharks in the Conference Semi Final 4 - 2 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the Conference Final 4 - 1 - 0
Edmonton Oilers defeated by Carolina Hurricanes in the Stanley Cup Final 4 - 3 - 0


Edmonton Oilers 2006-2007 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 32
Regular Season Loses: 43
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 71

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference



Edmonton Oilers 2007-2008 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 41
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 88

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference


NHL All-Rookie Team - Tom Gilbert

Edmonton Oilers 2008-2009 Season Review


Coach - Craig MacTavish

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 38
Regular Season Loses: 35
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 85

Finished: Fourth (4th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference


King Clancy Memorial Trophy - Ethan Moreau

Edmonton Oilers 2009-2010 Season Review


Coach - Pat Quinn

Games Played: 82
Regular Season Wins: 27
Regular Season Loses: 47
Regular Season Ties: 0
Regular Season Points: 62

Finished: Fifth (5th) in the Northwast Division of the Western Conference

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