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Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers Recap

Lauri Korpikoski scored in overtime for the Oilers, and Edmonton escaped Vancouver's Rogers Arena with an upset win despite being outplayed for most of the night. The Canucks had a 34-24 advantage in shots on goal and a 31-15 advantage in faceoffs, but Edmonton goalie Anders Nilsson made 33 saves to keep Edmonton in it. A player who scores the game-winner in overtime normally earns the game's first star, but Nilsson was a deserving first star Sunday. Nail Yakupov also scored for Edmonton, while Matt Bartkowski scored the Canucks' only goal. Edmonton has won two straight games after losing their first four.

Calgary Flames vs. Edmonton Oilers Recap

In a battle of not so good early season teams, the Edmonton Oilers improved to 1-4 on the season by beating the Calgary Flames who fell to the exact same 1-4 record so far. Edmonton who led 1-0,after the first period, and 2-1 after the second, put it away with a big third period. ThevOilers outstanding rookie Conner McDavid had a pair of goals and also added an assist for the Oilers. Edmonton also got goals from Hall, Nugent-Hopkins, and Yakupov to outdistance the Flames. The flames received 2 goals from David Jones, but it wasn't enough to stop the Oilers from getting their first win on the young season. talbot had 22 saves for the Oilers and Hiller 23 in the loss for the Flames.

Edmonton Oilers Vs. St. Louis Blues Recap

Edmontonians have been enjoying fine fall weather with daytime highs in the 50's and 60's Fahrenheit. Thursday was no exception, as this fun outdoor loving city got ready to play host to a team hailing from the banks of the Mississippi River, far to the south. As the northern sun dipped low in the sky, Oilers fans enjoying their outdoor activities got ready to head back indoors, into their beloved yet slightly dilapidated arena at Rexall Place, to watch the action as the Edmonton Oilers and the St. Louis Blues took to the ice. An exciting match ensued, with goals being scored in each period. The fans roared with anticipation heading into the start of the third period, with the Oilers fighting for a chance to score a goal and bring the game back to a tie.
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Edmonton Oilers 2014-2015 Schedule, Score, Roster, Rumors, Seating Charts

Edmonton Oilers Schedule in 2014 - 2015

The first game of the Edmonton Oilers will be at home.
They will play against the Calgary Flames on October the 9th.
The last game of the season is on April the 11th.
They will play against the Vancouver Canucks in the Roger Arena.
The most interesting game will be the "Alberta Battle".
It's after Christmas on December the 27th.
All the Oilers fans will find time to accompany their team fighting against the Calgary Flames.

Edmonton Oilers Roster

The Goalie with the number 1 is Laurent Brossoit.
The most dangerous players of the Edmonton Oilers are Matt Hendricks, Boyd Gordon and Steven Pinizzotto.
The best defence players are Andrew Ference and Mark Fayne.

Edmonton Oilers Fan Experience

The home stadium of the Oilers is the Rexall Place.
It belongs the city of Edmonton.
It was built in 1974.
The first name was Northlands Coliseum.
Since 2003 the new name is Rexall Place.
Rexall is a big pharma concern.
In front of the main entrance is a statue of the famous player Wayne Gretzky.
It has more than 16.000 seats.
There are 66 luxury suites.
Often the stadium is used for concerts.

Edmonton Oilers Trivia

2006 the Oilers managed to win the final series.
It was the first time after 16 years.
After that, they didn't reached that aim anymore.

Edmonton Oilers History

The Edmonton Oilers started 1972.
The former name was Alberta Oilers.
One year later they changed their name to Edmonton Oilers.
The star player of the team is Wayne Gretzky.
During the time he was in the team, they could participate fife times the Stanley Cup.
They won four times the Stanley Cub.
All this happened in the 1980s.

Edmonton Oilers Fan Info

The real Edmonton Oilers fans paint their bodies blue and orange.
Many of them wear blue or orange wigs.
They often draw funny papers.
The favorite dress of the Oilers fans is the Oilers jersey.
The cheerleaders always wear short skirts in the Oilers colors with white high heel boots.
Even the smallest kids come to the game with their parents.
The fans are loud.
They like to sing songs about their Oil country.
Some of the fans bring big orange fingers to the stadium pointing upstairs.
They often write letters to Wayne Gretzky.

Edmonton Oilers Rumors

It's said that the Oilers signed the young Leon Draisaitl because he reminds them on Wayne Gretzky.
Draisaitl is from Germany and they call him the "German Gretzky".
When he signed, he was just 18 years old.