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Edmonton Oilers Köln Auf geht's, Haie! Video2000 km für ein NHL Spiel - NHL Global Series Köln 2018 - Oilers vs Haie Geburtstag : Happy Birthday, Peter! Välkommen till NHL. Kölner Haie. Jetzt mit Gratismonat starten! Die Kölner Haie konnten sich gegen die Edmonton Oilers nicht durchsetzen. Foto: picture alliance/dpa. Mit seinen Oilers in Köln zu Gast: Leon Draisaitl. Foto: dpa. Köln. Die Edmonton Oilers waren sehr freundliche Gäste. Vor ihrer ihrer Abreise. Der Countdown läuft. Heute Nachmittag um 16 Uhr treffen die Edmonton Oilers im Spiel der Global Series Challenge auf die Kölner Haie. Liveticker mit allen Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel Kölner Haie - Edmonton Oilers - kicker.
The fourth game had to be re-played because of a cancellation. With the score tied 3—3 with to play in the second period, a power outage hit the Boston Garden , forcing cancellation of the entire game.
The Oilers would win the next game originally scheduled as game five back in Edmonton 6—3 to complete the series sweep.
However, all player statistics for the aborted game four in Boston are counted in the NHL record books. Gretzky won the Conn Smythe Trophy after leading the playoffs in scoring with 43 points.
After the Cup-clinching game, Gretzky implored his teammates, coaches, trainers and others from the Oilers organization to join at centre ice for an impromptu team photo with the Stanley Cup.
This started a tradition since continued by every subsequent Stanley Cup champion. The trade occurred because Pocklington did not want to risk Gretzky leaving Edmonton without getting anything in return.
Gretzky had converted his personal-services contract with Pocklington into a standard five-year player's contract with the Oilers in the summer of with an option to declare himself an unrestricted free agent after the —89 season.
During the —88 season, Pocklington had approached Gretzky about renegotiating the contract, but Gretzky, unwilling to give up his chance at free agency, refused, which ultimately led to the trade.
None of this was public knowledge at the time. The loss of Gretzky had an immediate impact in —89 , as the Oilers were only able to finish in third place in their division.
Mark Messier was chosen to succeed Gretzky as captain. Edmonton took a commanding 3—1 series lead, but Gretzky and the Kings fought back to win the series, winning Game 7 6—3 in Los Angeles.
It was the first time since that the Oilers had been eliminated from the playoffs in the first round. The Oilers underwent more changes during the —90 season.
John Muckler replaced Sather, who remained general manager and became the Oilers' president, as head coach of the team. He missed the first ten games of the season, and when he returned he suffered a shoulder injury that eventually sidelined him for the remainder of the season.
Messier had 45 goals and 84 assists for points, good for second in the NHL scoring race behind only Gretzky. In the first round, the Oilers faced the Winnipeg Jets.
Trailing the series 3—1 and trailing Game 5 by the identical score, the Oilers rallied to win the next three and take the series.
In the division final, the Oilers met Los Angeles for the second-straight season. Edmonton swept the series 4—0, outscoring the Kings 22— However, the Oilers won the next three games to earn a rematch of the Stanley Cup Finals with Boston.
Despite being soundly outshot by the Bruins, the Oilers won the game 3—2 when Klima—benched for much of the game, and thus the only player on either team who was not exhausted—scored at of the third overtime.
The Oilers lost another important player before the —91 season , as Jari Kurri chose to play the entire season with Devils Milano. Grant Fuhr was suspended for 60 games for drug abuse.
In the playoffs, the Oilers met the Flames in the opening round, winning a thrilling series in seven games, led by seven goals by Esa Tikkanen. Despite injuries suffered in the series with Calgary, they next defeated the Los Angeles Kings in six games.
However, their success did not continue into the Conference Final, as they lost in five games to the Minnesota North Stars. The final star players from the Oilers left before the —92 season.
Despite the number of changes, the Oilers produced a comparable season to —91, finishing third in the Smythe Division with 36 wins and 82 points.
In the first round of the playoffs, the Oilers again met the Los Angeles Kings. Again, for the third time since the Gretzky trade, the Oilers defeated the Kings.
In the next round, the Oilers defeated the Vancouver Canucks in six games to return to the Campbell Conference Final for the third straight season, this time facing the Chicago Blackhawks.
However, the Oilers unexpected run in the playoffs came to a crashing halt, as the Blackhawks dominated every game and swept the series.
The departures of the stars from the s exposed serious deficiencies in the Oilers' development system. They had done a poor job of drafting during the dynasty years,  and the younger players had not had enough time to develop before the core of the s dynasty left the team.
This did not become apparent for a few years; as noted above, the Oilers still had enough heft to make the conference finals two years in a row.
However, it was obvious that they were nowhere near being the powerhouse that had dominated the league in the previous half-decade.
In —93 , they missed the playoffs for the first time as an NHL team. They would not return to the postseason for four years, despite the emergence of young centremen Doug Weight and Jason Arnott.
In —97 , the Oilers made the playoffs for the first time in five years, thanks to stellar goaltending by Curtis Joseph. In the first round, they upset the Dallas Stars , who had compiled the league's second best record, in a seven-game series.
The Oilers won game seven on a goal by Todd Marchant in overtime. However, the Oilers surprise playoff run failed to continue, as the Colorado Avalanche defeated them in the next round.
In —98 , Joseph led the Oilers to another first-round upset. After Colorado took a 3—1 series lead, the Oilers held them scoreless for eight straight periods en route to winning the series in seven games.
Dallas and Edmonton met again in the second round, but this time, the Stars were the victors. The Oilers would make the playoffs in four of the next six years, but they were defeated after the first round every single time.
Despite their success over the past two seasons, the Oilers were in trouble off the ice. Owner Peter Pocklington had explored moving the Oilers to Minnesota during the s.
The deal was finalized on May 5,  and thus prevented them from being the third Canadian team to move in the s and the fourth former WHA team to move in successive years Quebec had moved in , Winnipeg in and Hartford in The Oilers received support from the NHL for this very reason.
On November 22, , the Oilers hosted the Heritage Classic , the first regular season outdoor hockey game in the NHL's history and part of the celebrations of the Oilers' 25th season in the NHL.
The Oilers would fail to make the playoffs in the —04 season. The Oilers struggled with their small-market status for several years, but after the wiped-out —05 season, they were aided by a Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA between the NHL owners and players.
This included a league-wide salary cap that essentially forced all teams to conform to a budget, as the Oilers had been doing for years.
Selke Trophy winner  before the —06 season. The team suffered from inconsistency during the first few months of the regular season, especially in goal and on offence.
Goaltenders Ty Conklin and Jussi Markkanen were unreliable in net, and Peca also struggled with offence.
After trailing the series two games to none, the team won the next four and became the first eighth-seeded team to reach a Conference Final since the NHL changed the playoff format in Campbell Bowl for a seventh time.
During Game 1, the Oilers blew a 3—0 lead, lost Dwayne Roloson for the series after he suffered a knee injury, and ultimately lost 5—4 when Carolina's captain Rod Brind'Amour scored after backup goalie Ty Conklin misplayed the puck.
From that game forward, the Oilers used Jussi Markkanen in net. However, the Oilers could not complete the comeback as the Hurricanes won Game 7 3—1 to capture their first-ever Stanley Cup.
During the off-season, many Oilers left the team. Four days after their loss to the Hurricanes, Chris Pronger surprisingly issued a trade request for personal reasons.
Pronger was subsequently traded to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Joffrey Lupul , Ladislav Smid , and three draft picks. Having lost so many players, the Oilers posted a 32—43—7 record in —07 , their worst record since the —96 season, and eventually finished in 11th place in the Western Conference.
Throughout the season, the Oilers lost various players to injury and illness; at one point, they had 11 players out of the line-up and had to rely on emergency call-ups to fill their roster.
In —08 , the Oilers had a 16—21—4 record after the first half of the season. They improved in the second half of the year, however, going 25—14—2 in 41 games for a final record of 41—35—6.
Nonetheless, this was not enough to qualify for the playoffs, as the Oilers finished three points out in ninth place. During the season, Daryl Katz , owner of the Rexall pharmaceutical company , purchased the team from the Edmonton Investors Group.
The —09 season saw the Oilers finish with a record of 38—35—9, but that was only good enough for 11th in the West. However, one bright spot during the season was Oilers goaltender Dwayne Roloson, as he became the oldest goaltender to play 60 NHL games in one season.
Roloson left via free agency at the end of the season,  and the Oilers replaced him in goal with Nikolai Khabibulin.
It was also easily their worst season as an NHL team. Following the season, Tom Renney replaced Quinn as the Oilers head coach. Along with these players, several others were allowed to enter free agency, including Mike Comrie , Marc-Antoine Pouliot , and Ryan Potulny.
Also during the off-season, radio announcer Rod Phillips announced his retirement. Phillips had been the Oilers' play-by-play announcer since — Phillips would call ten specific games in —11 before calling it quits.
The —11 season would bring a new look to the Edmonton Oilers line-up, when Shawn Horcoff was selected to succeed Ethan Moreau as team captain.
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Beauce Jaros. Baltimore Clippers. Springfield Indians. Dallas Black Hawks. Milwaukee Admirals. Nova Scotia Oilers. Muskegon Lumberjacks.
Cape Breton Oilers. Phoenix Roadrunners. Kansas City Blades. Wheeling Thunderbirds. Hamilton Bulldogs.
Tallahassee Tiger Sharks. Columbus Cottonmouths. Toronto Roadrunners. Edmonton Roadrunners. Greenville Grrrowl. Springfield Falcons.
Oklahoma City Barons. Bakersfield Condors. Norfolk Admirals. Clarence S. Steve Smith. Ray Kinasewich. Brian C. Bill Hunter. Clare Drake. Bryan Watson.
George Burnett. Pat Quinn. Todd Nelson. Bill Hunter . Bep Guidolin . Brian Conacher . Larry Gordon . Peter Chiarelli. Mikko Koskinen.
Vantaa , Finnland. Mike Smith. Kingston , Ontario , Kanada. Tyson Barrie. Victoria , British Columbia , Kanada. Ethan Bear. Regina , Saskatchewan , Kanada.
Oscar Klefbom. Karlstad , Schweden. Brandon Manning. Juni