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The Edmonton Oilers are going to look for a much better record than last season, which saw them not making the playoffs and ending last place in the Western Conference. They have said goodbye to Taylor Hall and brought in a few players to boost their performance on the ice, especially the defense. Coach Todd McLellan, goalie Cam Talbot and Connor McDavid will look to lead the team in a much stronger record for the 2016-2017 season. The Oilers have set their site on the playoffs. Be sure to get your tickets on Razorgator to watch the team battle it out with the rest of the NHL to see who will be the Stanley Cup champions.
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It has been an exciting and anxiety-ridden playoff round for the Edmonton Oilers. They started out ahead after winning the first two games. Then, the Anaheim Ducks won the next three, with games 4 and 5 being decided in overtime. As the two teams went into Game 6 with the Ducks leading the series 3-2, the Oilers demonstrated they did not want to end their season. They came out hot, scoring five goals in the first period. They got two more in the second period and only let the Ducks get one. The two teams will battle it out in Game 7 on May 10 to see who will advance. There are still tickets available, with prices starting at $114.
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The Edmonton Oilers lead the Anaheim Ducks in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Oilers beat the Ducks 5-3 in Game 1. The Oilers had an early lead, thanks to two goals from Mark Letestu and one from Adam Larsson. Then, the Ducks equalized. Larsson scored another goal to edge ahead, and in the final minute of play, Leon Draisaitl added another one to secure the win. In Game 2, the Oilers again beat the Ducks. The Ducks managed to beat the Oilers in Game 3, despite a late rally. The two teams meet again on May 3 for Game 4, with Game 5 scheduled for May 5, and Game 6 and 7 happening if the Oilers lose again. Get your tickets for $56.

The Edmonton Oilers aren’t afraid to be the underdog, and they prove their point last night in Game 1 of the NHL Western Conference Semifinals. After barely beating the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the playoffs, the Oilers headed to Anaheim to take on the higher-ranked Ducks. Although the home team struggled with penalty kills, Edmonton didn’t need the defensive help to make a statement. They tallied a massive five goals, four of which came in the third period, to win the game 5-3 and take the series lead. The Oilers and Ducks are back at Honda Center on Friday night for Game 2. Tickets are $64 and up.

Despite losing the first game of the first round of playoffs to the Sharks, the Edmonton Oilers now lead the series 2-1. The first game was decided in overtime after the Sharks came from behind to win 3-2. However, the Oilers were able to shutout the Sharks in games 2 and 3, successfully coming home the victors to lead. The two teams play next on April 18 and the 20, with more games to follow if the Oilers do not win both of those games. The Oilers will continue to fight to advance to the next round of playoffs, and you can still get tickets to see the action in person. Prices start at $219.

Thanks to a strong finish to the regular season in which they won six out of seven of their final games, the Edmonton Oilers are in excellent shape heading into the NHL Playoffs. They put on an impressive display as they defeated the San Jose Sharks and Anaheim Ducks, both of whom will play in the postseason. In fact, the Oilers will kick off the Western Conference Quarterfinals with a rematch against the Sharks. They’ll need to remain calm and collected, though, as San Jose will be looking for revenge. Be there as all the drama unfolds on Friday, April 14, at Rogers Place. Tickets are available for $279 and up.

Riding a huge wave of momentum to head into the last week of the season, the Edmonton Oilers are on fire and ready to compete in the playoffs for the first time in more than a decade. The Pacific Division is still anyone’s game, however, with just days remaining before Round 1 officially begins. The Oilers are now in a battle for home ice advantage for next week’s competitions, and have just two more chances to prove they’ve earned a top seed. Edmonton will face back-to-back games against Vancouver; Saturday’s game (April 8) will be played at Rogers Arena, and then the teams will return to Rogers Place on Sunday, April 9. Get your tickets from us today!

The Edmonton Oilers are looking slick in the final stretch of the NHL regular season. In fact, they have added seven wins to their record out of their last eight games. Tuesday’s defeat over the Los Angeles Kings was especially noteworthy, as it was a defensive battle that culminated in a 2-1 win for the Oilers. Now, Edmonton has just one game to go until they take the stage of the Western Conference Quarterfinals. Watch as they host the Vancouver Canucks on Sunday, April 9, at Rogers Place. Tickets are still on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $92. You won’t want to miss it.

The Edmonton Oilers are on a roll as they are in the midst of a four game winning streak. They have shutout their opponents in their last two games, and scored seven goals in the first two victories of their current streak. Their latest victory was over the Kings, in which Cam Talbot made an impressive 35 saves to shut out the Kings. Patrick Maroon and Milan Lucic scored for the 2-0 win. The Oilers will look to continue their winning ways when they head to Anaheim to play the Ducks on the 22. Then they have a home-home series with the Avalanche on the 23 and 25. Be sure to get your tickets now, with prices starting at $18.

After losing three in a row, the Edmonton Oilers scored big to beat the Stars 7-0 on March 14. Benoit Pouliot, Oscar Klefbom, Darnell Nurse, David Desharnais, Patrick Maroon, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Connor McDavid scored, making it a team effort. Cam Talbot assisted by making 22 saves, only letting one goal into the net. It was Pouliot's first time to score in 28 games. The Oilers will look to take this momentum with them and start a winning streak. The Oilers host the Bruins, Canucks and Kings on the 16, 18 and 20 respectively. Be sure to get your ticket now so that you do not miss a minute of the action. Prices start at $67.

The Edmonton Oilers were on a three-game losing streak and were doing everything they could to get back on the up-and-up. Luckily they were able to do just that when they took on their Canadian rivals, the Canadiens on February 5. The game was a tough one and neither team was able to score during regulation time, which sent them into an intense shootout. Cam Talbot for the Oilers, made three saves during the shootout and Leon Draisaitl scored the winning shootout goal. See if the Oilers can stay on a winning high when they face off against the Chicago Blackhawks on February 11. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at $108.

The Edmonton Oilers are looking like their usual selves with a recent four-game winning spree. They most recently hosted the Florida Panthers, who managed to give the home crowd a scare. The teams were tied at 3-3 by the end of the third period, sending the game into overtime. To everyone’s relief, the Oilers were able to tack on a lone, unanswered goal and win the game 4-3. Now, Edmonton will hit the road until Tuesday, January 31, when they return to Rogers Place to host the Minnesota Wild. Tickets to that game are already on sale and currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $36.

Heading into Tuesday’s game with the NHL’s hottest team, many predicted that the Edmonton Oilers could be the ones to spoil Columbus’s history-making 15-game winning streak. Cam Talbot made 32 saves and Oscar Klefborn scored one goal for Edmonton, but overall the team was weak on the power play and showed a lack of energy in the game, losing 3-1. Despite the loss, the Edmonton Oilers are likely ending their ten-year playoff drought this season, making this an exciting time for fans. Up next, the Oilers hit the road for the next three games before returning to Rogers Place on Tuesday, Jan. 10, against the San Jose Sharks. We have great seats available now starting at $51.

The game between the Edmonton Oilers and St. Louis Blues on December 18 ended up being just as close as many had expected, with the Oilers stealing a victory on the road by a final score of 3-2. It was a low-scoring but exciting game, with Patrick Maroon tying the game at two goals apiece with less than six minutes left in regulation. The game went to overtime but Edmonton didn’t wait long before sending the crowd home as Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored the winning goal just three minutes in. The Oilers will look to end 2016 on a high note with a game against the Los Angeles Kings on December 29. Tickets for that matchup start as low as $80.

Overtime has not been kind to the Edmonton Oilers in the last two games. Their match with the Minnesota Wild on Sunday, December 4, resulted in a 1-2 loss in overtime at home. Then, two days later, they managed to come back to tie the Buffalo Sabres 3-3 before losing 3-4 in overtime on the road. Edmonton will play two more away games this weekend before coming home to face off with the Winnipeg Jets. It is expected to be an exciting clash, so be sure to reserve your seats now. Tickets are on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $58. Don’t miss this one!

The Edmonton Oilers have looked strong for most of the season, climbing to first place in the Pacific Division. Even so, they put on the performance of the year last night, shutting out fierce contenders the Chicago Blackhawks 5 - 0 at home. This is a scenario that rarely happens against the feisty Blackhawks, who are first in the Central Division, making the victory at home that much sweeter. Edmonton is now on a road trip until next Sunday, November 27, when they host the Arizona Coyotes. Come give the home team a warm welcome back at Rogers Place. Tickets to Sunday’s event are on sale for $52 and up.

In a battle between two of the better teams in the NHL, it looked for a moment as though the Edmonton Oilers were going to sneak away with a road victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Unfortunately for Oilers fans, Conor Sheary had other ideas. Edmonton entered the final period with a one-goal advantage, but Pittsburgh was able to tie the game with 5:33 left and then Sheary snuck the game winner into the net with less than two minutes remaining. The Oilers are still well above .500 and will look to get back to dominating Eastern teams when the Chicago Blackhawks come to town on November 21. Tickets for that game start at $70.

While it was the sun melting the ice that delayed the outdoor game between the Edmonton Oilers and the Winnipeg Jets on October 23, it was the Oilers that brought the heat when the puck finally dropped. After a scoreless first 20 minutes, Edmonton notched three goals in the second period en route to a 3-0 victory. The Oilers have started the 2016-2017 season playing exceptional defense and offense, and those efforts were clearly on display in the game against the Jets. The team will be away from Edmonton for a while before coming back on November 11 for a showdown with the Dallas Stars. Tickets for that game start as low as $78.

The Edmonton Oilers couldn’t have hoped to start the new season in the team’s new arena on a better note. While no hockey team ever wants to give up four goals in a game, the fact that the Oilers scored seven in the win over the Calgary Flames makes up for it. It was an exciting shootout that had the crowd on their feet. While the high point total makes it seem like a contested match, Edmonton had the game wrapped up in the second period. On October 20 the St. Louis Blues will be coming to town for what could be another high scoring affair. Tickets for that game start as low as $52.

The Edmonton Oilers are preparing for the start of the 2016-2017 season, and training camp is just a few weeks away. There have not been any new trades or contracts signed in the past few weeks. However, the team is trying to decide who should be the new captain of the team. Jordan Eberle, a veteran Oiler, might take up the role. However, it might also go to newly signed Milan Lucic or youngster Connor McDavid. The captain will be named within the next few weeks prior to the start of the season. The Oilers' first preseason game is set for September 26 in Calgary against the Flames. You can still get tickets, starting at just $6.

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