Edmonton Oilers Schedule 2022-2023
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Edmonton Oilers Games (NHL Playoffs)
The Edmonton Oilers lost the series 4-2:
- Game 1: Golden Knights @ T-Mobile Arena (L 6-4)
- Game 2: Golden Knights @ T-Mobile Arena (W 5-1)
- Game 3: Golden Knights @ Rogers Place (L 5-1)
- Game 4: Golden Knights @ Rogers Place (W 4-1)
- Game 5: Golden Knights @ T-Mobile Arena (L 4-3)
- Game 5: Golden Knights @ Rogers Place (L 5-2)
The Oilers won the series 4-2.
- Game 1: Kings @ Rogers Place (L 4-3 OT)
- Game 2: Kings @ Rogers Place (W 4-2)
- Game 3: King @ Crypto.com Arena (L 3-2 OT)
- Game 4: Kings @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-4 OT)
- Game 5: Kings @ Rogers Place (W 6-3)
- Game 6: Kings @ Crypto.com Arena (W 5-4)
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Edmonton Oilers Scores
- 10/13, Canucks, Rogers Place, W 5-3
- 10/16, Flames, Rogers Place, L 4-3
- 10/19, Sabres, Rogers Place, L 4-2
- 10/21, Hurricanes, Rogers Place, W 6-4
- 10/22, Blues, Rogers Place, L 2-0
- 10/25, Penguins, Rogers Place, W 6-3
- 10/27, Blues, Enterprise Center, W 3-1
- 10/28, Blackhawks, United Center, W 6-5
- 10/30, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 3-2
- 11/02, Predators, Rogers Place, W 7-4
- 11/04, Devils, Rogers Place, L 4-3
- 11/05, Stars, Rogers Place, L 6-2
- 11/08, Capitals, Capital One Arena, L 5-4
- 11/09, Lightning, Amalie Arena, W 3-2
- 11/11, Hurricanes, PNC Arena, L 7-2
- 11/12, Panthers, FLA Live Arena, W 4-2
- 11/17, Kings, Rogers Place, L 3-1
- 11/20, Golden Knights, Rogers Place, W 4-3 OT
- 11/22, Devils, Prudential Center, L 5-2
- 11/24, Islanders, UBS Arena, L 3-0
- 11/26, Rangers, Madison Square Garden, W 4-3
- 11/29, Panthers, Rogers Place, W 4-3 OT
- 12/01, Blackhawks, United Center, W 5-4
- 12/02, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 5-3
- 12/04, Canadiens, Rogers Place, W 5-3
- 12/06, Capitals, Rogers Place, L 3-2
- 12/08, Coyotes, Rogers Place, W 8-2
- 12/10, Wild, Rogers Place, W 5-2
- 12/13, Wild, Xcel Energy Center, L 2-1
- 12/14, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, W 6-3
- 12/16, Blues, Rogers Place, L 4-3 SO
- 12/17, Ducks, Rogers Place, L 4-3
- 12/20, Predators, Bridgestone Arena, L 4-3 OT
- 12/22, Stars, American Airlines Center, W 6-3
- 12/24, Canucks, Rogers Place, L 5-2
- 12/28, Flames, Scotiabank Saddledome, W 2-1
- 12/31, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, W 7-2
- 01/01, Jets, Rogers Place, L 2-1
- 01/04, Kraken, Rogers Place, L 5-2
- 01/06, Islanders, Rogers Place, W 4-2
- 01/08, Avalanche, Rogers Place, L 3-2 OT
- 01/10, Kings, Crypto.com Arena, L 6-3
- 01/12, Ducks, Honda Center, W 6-2
- 01/14, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 7-1
- 01/15, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, W 4-3
- 01/18, Kraken, Rogers Place, W 5-2
- 01/20, Lightning, Rogers Place, W 5-3
- 01/22, Canucks, Rogers Arena, W 4-2
- 01/26, Blue Jackets, Rogers Place, L 3-2 OT
- 01/29, Blackhawks, Rogers Place, W 7-3
- 02/08, Red Wings, Little Caesars Arena, W 5-2
- 02/10, Flyers, Wells Fargo Center, L 2-1 SO
- 02/11, Senators, Canadian Tire Centre, W 6-3
- 02/12, Canadiens, Bell Centre, L 6-2
- 02/16, Red Wings, Rogers Place, L 5-4 SO
- 02/18, Rangers, Rogers Place, L 5-4 SO
- 02/19, Avalanche, Ball Arena, L 6-5 OT
- 02/22, Flyers, Rogers Place, W 4-2
- 02/24, Penguins, PPG Paints Arena, W 7-2
- 02/25, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena, L 6-5
- 02/28, Bruins, Rogers Place, L 3-2
- 03/02, Maple Leafs, Rogers Place, W 5-2
- 03/04, Jets, Rogers Place, W 6-3
- 03/05, Jets, Canada Life Centre, L 7-5
- 03/07, Sabres, KeyBank Center, W 3-2
- 03/10, Bruins, TD Garden, W 3-2
- 03/12, Maple Leafs, Scotiabank Arena, L 7-4
- 03/15, Senators, Rogers Place, W 6-3
- 03/17, Stars, Rogers Place, W 4-1
- 03/18, Kraken, Climate Pledge Arena, W 6-4
- 03/21, Sharks, Rogers Place, W 5-4 OT
- 03/23, Coyotes, Rogers Place, W 4-3 OT
- 03/26, Golden Knights, Rogers Place, L 4-3 OT
- 03/28, Coyotes, Mullett Arena, W 5-4
- 03/29, Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena, W 7-4
- 03/31, Kings, Rogers Place, W 2-0
- 04/02, Ducks, Rogers Place, W 6-0
- 04/05, Kings, Crypto.com Arena, W 3-1
- 04/06, Ducks, Honda Center, W 3-1
- 04/08, Sharks, SAP Center at San Jose, W 5-2
- 04/12, Avalanche, Ball Arena, W 2-1 OT
- 04/14, Sharks, Rogers Place, W 5-2
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How long is the Edmonton Oilers season?
The Edmonton Oilers’ regular season typically covers 82 games, following the standard length for an NHL season. The season usually begins in early October and ends in early April, with the Oilers taking part in a balanced schedule of 41 home games and 41 away games.
How many seasons have the Edmonton Oilers played?
The Edmonton Oilers have played 43 seasons in the NHL. The team joined the league in the 1979-1980 season as part of the NHL-WHA merger.
What was the best Edmonton Oilers season ever?
The Edmonton Oilers have enjoyed multiple successful seasons, particularly during the 1980s when they were a dominant force in the NHL. However, the 1984-1985 season is often considered their best. That season, the Oilers finished with a record of 49 wins, 20 losses, and 11 ties, accumulating 109 points and winning the Smythe Division.
The 1984-1985 season was also significant because the Oilers won their second consecutive Stanley Cup. In the playoffs, they defeated the Los Angeles Kings, Winnipeg Jets, and Chicago Blackhawks to reach the Stanley Cup Final, where they faced the Philadelphia Flyers. The Oilers secured their second championship by winning the series 4-1.
During this period, the Oilers’ roster boasted numerous legendary players, including Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, Paul Coffey, and Grant Fuhr. This talented lineup helped the Oilers maintain their dominance and win a total of five Stanley Cups between 1984 and 1990.
What was the worst Edmonton Oilers season ever?
The worst Edmonton Oilers season in terms of overall performance was the 2014-2015 season. During that season, the Oilers finished with a dismal record of 24 wins, 44 losses, and 14 overtime losses, accumulating only 62 points. They ranked last in the Western Conference and 28th overall in the 30-team NHL.
Who are the Edmonton Oilers’ biggest rivals?
The Edmonton Oilers’ most significant and longstanding rival is the Calgary Flames. Known as the “Battle of Alberta,” this rivalry stems from the geographical proximity of the two cities, as both teams are based in the province of Alberta, Canada. The Flames and Oilers have had a history of intense competition, with fierce battles both on and off the ice. The rivalry reached its peak during the 1980s when both teams were Stanley Cup contenders and often faced each other in high-stakes games. Today, the Battle of Alberta remains an exciting part of the NHL landscape, with fans from both teams eagerly anticipating their matchups.
Another notable rival for the Edmonton Oilers is the Vancouver Canucks. This rivalry is rooted in the teams’ shared history as part of the Smythe Division and later the Northwest Division. As divisional opponents, the Canucks and Oilers frequently faced each other in the regular season and playoffs, leading to some intense competition over the years. The rivalry is further fueled by regional pride, with both Edmonton and Vancouver vying for supremacy in Western Canada. Although the rivalry has cooled down somewhat in recent years, the games between the Oilers and Canucks continue to be eagerly anticipated by fans from both cities.