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.
The Oilers are 9-2-2 under Ken Hitchcock. Continue reading →
Caleb Jones will play his first NHL game against the Flyers. Continue reading →
Josh Morrissey scored 41 seconds into overtime giving the Winnipeg Jets a 5-4 win over the Edmonton Oilers Thursday night. Continue reading →
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored twice as the Edmonton Oilers won their fourth game in a row on Tuesday night. Continue reading →
The Oilers won their third straight by edging Calgary 1-0. Continue reading →
The Oilers tangle with the first-place Flames Sunday night. Continue reading →
Last time the Oilers and the Flames squared off, it looked like an old-fashioned Battle of Alberta. The two teams meet again on Sunday night. Continue reading →
McDavid’s four points powered the Oilers past the Wild on Friday night. Continue reading →
The Oilers have won four of their last five as they host the Wild Friday night. Continue reading →
Also on Thursday, the Oilers activated Valentin Zykov and called up Cooper Marody from Bakersfield in the AHL. Continue reading →
The Oilers rallied for a shootout win in St. Louis on Wednesday night. Continue reading →
Cam Talbot is back in net against the St. Louis Blues. Continue reading →
The Edmonton Oilers’ three-game winning streak came to an end Monday night with a 4-1 loss to the Dallas Stars. Continue reading →
The Oilers knocked off the Vegas Golden Knights with a 2-1 at Rogers Place on Saturday night. Continue reading →
The Vegas Golden Knights roll into Rogers Place on a five-game winning streak to face the Edmonton Oilers Saturday night. Continue reading →