The host of Edmonton Oilers broadcasts and Inside Sports, Reid Wilkins has been a proud member of the 630 CHED team since 2010. His broadcasting career launched in Lloydminster in 2000 and has wound through radio and television and both news and sports.
Inside Sports always has the latest from the Oilers and Eskimos, though Reid really shines when bringing you great personalities and compelling stories. His guests range from legends like Mark Messier and Warren Moon, Oilers super fans, such as singer Brett Kissel and actor Eric Johnson to local stars excelling at the University of Alberta or Castrol Raceway. Reid’s upbeat personality and sharp interviews leave you feeling entertained and informed.
Reid is a proud Edmontonian who can often be found sampling the city’s culture and food scenes. He has participated in several Fringe Festivals as a writer, actor, and volunteer. Reid took up distance running in 2008 and has completed two marathons and several half-marathons. He is also a persistent yet horrible golfer.
Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid is coming home empty-handed from the NHL Awards in Las Vegas. Continue reading →
“I’m not going to do something unless I feel really good it’s in the best interest of the Edmonton Oilers.” Continue reading →
Joakim Nygard was the second-leading goal scorer in the Swedish League. Continue reading →
If the NHL is going to use video review, it’s time to expand how it’s used. Continue reading →
The Oilers will pick eighth overall in the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft Continue reading →
“I got a lot more leeway on who I can interview than I thought I would.” Continue reading →
The Edmonton Oilers captain is walking after he injured his left leg Saturday night in a 3-1 win over Calgary. Continue reading →
Connor McDavid is injured in the Oilers last game of the season. Continue reading →
“I don’t want to put too much pressure on this. If it stays at 49, I’ll be happy at that.” Continue reading →
The Oilers lose in their final home game of the season. Continue reading →
Stolarz will get his second start since joining the Oilers. Continue reading →
The Colorado Avalanche scored four times in the second period on their way to a 6-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers Thursday night. Continue reading →
“I’m not happy about it. It’s going to be a long summer,” said Connor McDavid. Continue reading →
The Ducks rout the Oilers 5-1. Continue reading →