Edmonton Oilers Tickets
As one of the top performing teams in the league, Edmonton Oilers tickets are highly sought after. Watching Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place is an exciting event where the crowd is always live and excited, which adds to the overall excitement. Although their 2016 / 2017 game was quite weak and their overall placement was quite low, the 2016 / 2017 season was good and you can check out how great they are for 2016 / 2017 season will be. The Oilers are an exciting team to watch and this season is the perfect opportunity to watch them live either home games with Rogers Place tickets or away games versus top contenders like Canucks or Flames. Tickets.ca has been selling tickets to Edmonton Oiler fans since 1980. So use Canada's oldest and trusted tickets broker for Edmonton Oiler tickets for sale. Give us a call toll free at 1-800-585-0059 for the inside scoop on the best seats, season tickets, sold out games, and more.
Edmonton Oilers Ticket Information
Stadium: Rexall Place
City: Edmonton, Alberta, British Columbia
Team Captain: Andrew Ference
Rivals: Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Canadiens, LA Kings, Calgary Flames
Division Titles: 9 (1978–79 (WHA), 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90, 1990–91, 1991–92)
Championships: 5 (1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90)
Conference Titles: 7 (1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1989–90, 2005–06)
Official website: oilers.nhl.com
The National Hockey League franchise Edmonton Oilers is a team located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They play in the Pacific Division of the NHL Western Conference. Becoming a professional hockey league team on November 1, 1971 and began playing its first season a year later. The Oilers are one of the 12 founding teams in the World Hockey Association (WHA), the professional hockey league who will later merge with the NHL. Since the Oilers joined the NHL they have won five Stanley Cup trophies, notably in 1983–84, 1984–85, 1986–87, 1987–88 and 1989–90. Due to their enormous success in the 1980s, the Oilers were given the dynasty status by the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Edmonton Oilers 2013 Season Preview
The 2013-2014 National Hockey League season is the 35th year of the Edmonton Oilers in top hockey league. Coming into the new NHL season, the team will have a new coach after the management decided to replace former coach Ralph Krueger on June 8, 2013. The new coach, Dallas Eakins, has vowed to do his best to make the team competitive this year. Eakins has lengthy history in various hockey leagues including American Hockey League (AHL), International Hockey League (IHL), and Ontario Hockey League (OHL). He has played various roles like defenceman and captain, his career resume includes assistant coach and head coach roles for Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Marlies. Aside from Eakins, the new faces of the Oilers team are Keith Acton as their associate coach. Acton, retired NHL centre, comes from 15 seasons with Montreal Canadiens, Minnesota North Stars, Edmonton Oilers, Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals and New York Islanders between 1980 and 1994.
Edmonton Oilers Rivals
Vancouver Canucks, Winnipeg Jets, Montreal Canadiens, LA Kings
Oilers vs. Canucks
Since these two NHL teams are quite close in terms of distance, their games are also usually heated and intense. These two NHL teams usually play 4-5 fives a year which is why their hatred towards each other is high. Both the Oilers and Canucks fight each other hard since they want to show who the western conference leader is. With their hatred towards each others, NHL experts predicted that these two teams will have epic battles in the future.
Oilers vs. Jets
At the moment the rivalry between the Oilers and Jets are not that intense yet. But since these two teams come from small cities their rivalry is expected to rise even higher in the near future. The two are considered rivals since they both have a relatively young but effective NHL roster. NHL experts said if these two teams will continue to beef up their roster their rivalry will grew even more.
Oilers vs. Canadiens
As two of the most successful teams in the NHL, both Oilers and Canadiens want to show the world who is the better team between them. As two Canadian based teams, these two NHL franchises also want to show the world who is the best Canadian team today. If you want to see all out war in the hockey arena, do not miss the chance to watch these two rivals face other anytime soon.
Oilers vs. Kings
Games between the Oilers and the Los Angeles Kings are always expected to be intense and close. These two NHL teams are considered rivals because they are both strong teams in terms of their roster. The Oilers and Kings also love to play each other and show the world who is the better team between them. If you love to watch an all-out action NHL game, do not miss the chance to watch the Oilers and Kings face each other now.
Oilers vs. Flames
As the two NHL based teams in Alberta, Canada, the Oilers and Flames games are always heated and intense. These two NHL teams are always fighting each other toe to toe to show the people in Alberca that they are the best NHL team in the area. Each NHL season these two teams are always doing their best to outdo each other and show the world they are the best NHL team in Alberca. Year by year the rivalry of the two NHL teams are going day by day.
Edmonton Oilers at Rexall Place
Address: 7424 118 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta
Driving Directions: Click here for Directions to Rexall Place
The Edmonton Oilers play their National Hockey League games at the Rexall Place, an indoor arena in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. This one of a kind indoor arena is located on the north side of Northlands. Aside from the Edmonton Oilers, the Rexall Place is also the home of the Edmonton Rush of the National Lacrosse League and the Edmonton Oil Kings of the WHL. This arena is full of history since it is tagged as the third oldest NHL arena behind Madison Square Garden and the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. This historic arena is an ideal place for a hockey game since it can accommodate 16,839 seats. This arena prides itself as the first NHL arena in Canada to have a centre-hung scoreboard with an electronic message board; the original scoreboard including a black-and-white dot matrix board. At the moment, the arena boost of having a centre-hung scoreboard, designed by Daktronics, which features eight message boards at the top and four video screens at the bottom, separated by LED rings. The venue has played host to many hockey events including the 1981 and 1984 Canada Cup, the 1989 National Hockey League All-Star Game, the 1995 and 2012 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, and the 1999, 2005, and 2013 Tim Hortons Briers.
Edmonton Oilers Seating Map / Rexall Place Seating Chart