Edmonton Oilers Tickets
Edmonton Oilers Tickets

Following years of gradually declining success, the Edmonton Oilers are back after a much needed oil change (forgive the pun).

Don't miss the Edmonton Oilers at the Rogers Place this Fall!

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At their peak, the Edmonton Oilers were an unstoppable force to be reckoned with, and could easily take down experienced hockey goliaths. Indeed, the success that the Oilers achieved during the 1980s earned the team the title of dynasty from the Hockey Hall of Fame. Under the legendary Wayne Gretzky’s leadership, the Oilers captured the Stanley Cup in 1984, 1985, 1987, and 1988. They would also later take the Cup home in 1990.

Since the turn of the century, the Oilers have lost a bit of the signature spark that led to their prosperity. For years, the Oilers were the laughingstock of the league, as demonstrated by their possession of the longest post-season drought in NHL history. However, last season, a combination of cohesive leadership and opportune use of penalty time allowed the team to enjoy its best season in decades. Indeed, the Oilers finished second in their division with a record of 47-26-9, thus marking their best regular season in nearly 20 years. As a result, the team finally ended its 11-year playoff drought, much to the delight of long-time fans. In six games, the Oilers defeated the San Jose Sharks in the first round of the playoffs. Unfortunately, the team experienced a narrow 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Anaheim Ducks in the seventh game of the second post-season round. Still, for a team so accustomed to loss, the 2016-2017 season was a refreshing taste of hard-earned victory.

In the wake of the 2017-2018 season, the Oilers engaged in some of the most talked-about trades and acquirements of the off-season. The team acquired no less than ten free agents, including forward Mitch Callahan of the Detroit Red Wings and defenceman Ryan Stanton of the Columbus Blue Jackets. In addition, the Oilers secured their most valuable assets. The team signed gold medalist Kris Russell for a four-year contract extension valued at $16 million. Also, team captain Connor McDavid signed an eight-year contract extension worth a whopping $100 million. Finally, the team traded right winger Jordan Eberle to the New York Islanders for centre Ryan Strome. With these major roster changes in play, the future seems as promising as ever.

For the Oilers, there’s nowhere left to go but up. After all, as the team has proven in the past, the Oilers are capable of veritable excellence. The ability to achieve success is there, the team just needs to dig it up. There’s no denying that, with the right talent, the Oilers can reignite the flame of their past, and leave the other teams choking in their dust.

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The Arena

7424 118 Ave NW, Edmonton,
AB T5B 0X2, Canada

After spending four decades as tenants of the Rexall Place, the Oilers moved to the gorgeous Rogers Place at the start of the 2016-2017 season. Situated at 10220 104 Avenue, the Rogers Place is a multi-purpose entertainment complex constructed with state-of-the-art technology. With a seating capacity of 18,641 for hockey games, the arena represents a superior home for the Oilers. The venue has already welcomed megastars such as Carrie Underwood, John Fogerty, Amy Schumer, Kanye West, Drake, Dolly Parton, and Keith Urban.


The Rivals

Calgary Flames, Los Angeles Kings

Edmonton Oilers vs. Calgary Flames

There’s no shortage of intensity in the Battle of Alberta! Formed as a product of the cultural divide between the province’s capital and its largest city, the Battle of Alberta is renowned for its stimulating and riveting games. The Oilers-Flames rivalry is particularly bitter, as there’s a fair share of bad blood between the two teams. When these two franchises go head-to-head, you can expect incomparable excitement and hair-raising thrills! Who will reign as the top team in Alberta?

Edmonton Oilers vs. Los Angeles Kings

The Oilers and the Kings both share a pleasantly unexpected rivalry. Geographically, the two teams are worlds apart. However, the Oilers and the Kings have met in the playoffs on numerous occasions, with each new encounter as heated as the last. Furthermore, the Oilers dominated over the Kings for years with the iconic Wayne Gretzky, until Gretzky’s time with Edmonton was cut short after he was traded...to none other than the Los Angeles Kings. Both teams share a storied past, and the rivalry has only gotten more riveting since it became intradivisional in 2013.

The Statistics

The team’s history is littered with a plethora of prestigious honours and accolades. Aside from taking the Stanley Cup home on five occasions, the Oilers have also won seven conference championships. But that’s not all! The Oilers have won two Presidents’ Trophies and claimed nine Division championships. In short, the Oilers have one of the most impressive lists of achievements in the NHL.

Helpful Tips

Now that you’ve got your affordable Edmonton Oilers tickets courtesy of QualityPlusTickets.com, why not make a night out of your trip to the Rogers Place? Here are some helpful tips to make sure you get the most from your Edmonton Oilers tickets!

Getting In

To facilitate the process of planning your trip, it’s important to know that the doors of the Rexall Place are open to the general public 90 minutes before game time.

Where To Eat

Looking to grab a bite before the big game? There’s a world of culinary delights near the Rogers Place to explore! The Parlour Italian Kitchen & Bar (10334 108 Street) is the place to go for an authentic Italian cuisine. If you’re looking for something a little more sophisticated, we highly recommend Chop Steakhouse & Bar (10235 101 Street). Finally, Denizen Hall (10311 103 Avenue) is Edmonton’s diamond in the rough, and is an essential component to a cozy and unforgettable night out.

Parking Around Rogers Place

While the arena itself does not offer a wide range of parking options, there are over 18,000 parking stalls that are situated within a walking distance of the arena. However, parking near the Rogers Place is always a gamble, as the most advantageous lots are prone to fill up quickly. To avoid the parking hassle altogether, we recommend that you consider the city’s public transit provider, Edmonton Light Rail Transit. The Rogers Place is brilliantly integrated in the public transport system. Public transit is a quick and easy way to get to the arena, and the MacEwan station is located a stone’s throw away from the Rogers Place.

Not many people are aware that all children under 2 years of age do not require a ticket to enter the Rogers Place. They can watch the game from the comfort of their guardian’s lap! However, we do suggest that you bring proof of your child’s age to avoid any confusion at the door.