McDavid joins Wayne Gretzky (five times) and Jari Kurri (two times) as the only players in Edmonton Oilers history with 60 or more goals in a single season.
On this day in 1943: Former Oiler Bill “Cowboy” Flett is born down Highway 16 in Vermillion, AB. He played in Edmonton for four seasons from 1976 through the 79-80 season—his last as a professional hockey player.
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Edmonton Oilers forward Nick Bjugstad feels he’s fitting in just fine with his new team.
On a night where four different goals were called back on video review, the Edmonton Oilers eek out a 5-4 overtime win on home ice against the lowly San Jose Sharks.
Edmonton Oilers netminder Jack Campbell will try to regain his winning form when he starts against the San Jose Sharks Monday night at Rogers Place.
‘Every time our guys went on the ice, I didn’t feel safe for our players,’ said Alberta coach Ian Herbers.
The Oilers took the lead less than two minutes into the second period, thanks to Evander Kane.
While the Edmonton Oilers boast the two leading scorers in the league, it’s the contributions from other players that have given them a boost through the end of the season.
Mattias Janmark scored twice as the Edmonton Oilers beat the Dallas Stars 4-1 Thursday night at Rogers Place.
Connor McDavid put it away with an empty netter to hit 129 points — the most in a season since Mario Lemieux reached 161 in 1995/96.