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Edmonton Oilers Playoff Tickets
Team: Edmonton Oilers
Division: Pacific Division of the Western Conference
Home Arena: Rogers Place
Head Coach: Dave Tippett
Mascot: Hunter, the Canadian Lynx
Team Colors: Orange, Navy Blue, White
Edmonton Oilers Playoff TicketsThe Edmonton Oilers are a professional ice hockey team from Alberta, Canada, currently playing in the Pacific Division of the NHL's Western Conference. Each season culminates in the Stanley Cup playoffs during the postseason. This season, the Edmonton Oilers will be led by their captain, Conner McDavid, for their bid toward the playoffs. McDavid competed in his first full season with the Oilers in 2016-17 and finished the year with 30 goals and 70 assists. This led to him winning the Hart Trophy as the NHL's MVP and the Ted Lindsay Award for Most Outstanding Player. That year, he helped the Oilers qualify for the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2006. In the 2017-18 season, McDavid improved his stats in 82 games and, once again, won the Ted Lindsay Award. Watch the Edmonton Oilers' new momentum live this season. Get your Edmonton Oilers playoff tickets at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to Edmonton Oilers playoff games?You can get Edmonton Oilers playoff tickets at StubHub. StubHub has tickets to many NHL hockey games and a variety of other sporting events.
Which teams do the Edmonton Oilers normally compete against?The Edmonton Oilers participate as one of the eight teams in the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. During the regular season, they will frequently match up against these Pacific Division rivals. In addition, Edmonton will play against teams from other divisions and conferences at least once per season. The eight teams of the Pacific Division include Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary, Vegas, Arizona, Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Jose. These teams will be competing for the top three spots of the Pacific Division to grab one of the three guaranteed bids to the postseason Stanley Cup playoffs. In the event a team fails to place in the top three of its division, there are two remaining wild card spots per conference to be determined by final season rankings.
What is the mascot of the Edmonton Oilers?Introduced in 2016, the Edmonton Oilers' current mascot is Hunter, the Canadian Lynx. Hunter made his first public appearance in a preseason game at Rogers Place, the Edmonton Oilers' new home arena. Hunter joined the team wearing jersey No. 72. Named after the late Bill Hunter, Hunter, the Canadian Lynx was a tribute to the Oilers' franchise founder.
How big is the Edmonton Oilers' home venue?Edmonton Oilers' home games are played at Rogers Place in downtown Edmonton, Alberta. Opened in 2016, it is a replacement for the Oilers' previous home, Northlands Coliseum's Rexall Place. The new arena seats 18,500 fans. The venue is a major entertainment center that hosts countless concerts, ice shows and sporting events throughout the year. In addition to serving as the Edmonton Oilers' rink for their home games, the team also uses the community rink in the arena as practice space.
Who is the coach of the Edmonton Oilers?Dave Tippett became the head coach of the Edmonton Oilers in May 2019. He is the 16th head coach in the team's history. Previously, Tippett had coached Dallas and Phoenix. As a former player himself, Tippet competed as a forward in 721 NHL games in 11 seasons with Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Hartford and Washington. Internationally, Tippett had represented Canada in two Olympics as a player, and he has earned three world championships as a coach. He and his team won a silver medal at the Albertville Winter Olympics in 1992, and he coached his world team to a silver medal at the 2009 World Championship. As he transitions over to the Edmonton Oilers, he will bring his significant experience to guide his new team.
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