The Oilers last won the Cup in the 1989/90 season.The Edmonton Oilers won their 5th and most recent Stanley Cup in 1990.
Ladislav Smid of the Edmonton Oilers
The Edmonton Oilers have won the Stanley Cup 5 times in total with the most recent win being in 1990. The team won in 1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, and 1990.
Edmonton Oilers 07-08 season
The best place to look for the Edmonton Oilers schedule is online at the official NHL website as they have a full list of every scheduled game. You can also find a list of upcoming games in the sports section of most newspapers.
The Edmonton Oilers scored 446 goals in 1983-84
47pts by Wayne Gretzky on the Edmonton Oilers in 1985.
Wayne Gretzky 1985 Edmonton Oilers 47 points
Kevin Lowe holds the Oiler record for most regular season (1037) and playoff (172) games played
Edmonton Oilers - 5 (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1990)
Wayne Gretzky scored 92 goals for the Edmonton Oilers in the 1981-82 season.
Wayne Gretzky scored 92 goals in the 1981-82 season with the Edmonton Oilers.
Edmonton really isn't all that famous. It's far less famous than other cities like Toronto or Chicago or New York or Dubai or Paris or Los Angeles, for instance. Many people don't even know where Edmonton is, let alone heard of this city. However, it is home to a couple famous sports teams, most notably the Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Eskimos, and it has seen its fair share of celebrities (Oprah Winfrey, Bob Barker, for instance) and has been the host city of the Canadian Country Music Awards and hosted the world-"famous" (as in, broadcast world-wide) bike race similar to Tour de France being Tour of Alberta last month (Sept. 2013), so you could say those are reasons for Edmonton, Alberta, Canada to hold the "famous" card for a little while.
92 goals scored by Wayne Gretzky, 1981-1982 Edmonton Oilers; 100, including playoff goals
Many boxers retired in 1956, but Rocky Marciano was the most famous to retire.
First of all, it is entirely opinion. Calgary and Edmonton have a running thing going, where apparently "all" people from Calgary hate Edmonton, and vice versa. Which isn't actually true, for the most part. This probably mostly comes from hockey. Most Calgarians are extremely defensive of their team, the Calgary Flames, and tend to often dislike opposition. Edmonton's team, The Oilers, is certainly Calgary's least favourite team. Why, I am not sure. If you go into Chinook mall, many T-shirts with the oilers logo are available, except they say "Losers" in the middle.Calgary is larger and has a stronger economy.
Mike Golic is a former NFL defensive lineman for the Oilers, Eagles, and Dolphins. Since he retired he has been a sports commentator, lately for ESPN.
Regular season: 7 assists: * Bill Taylor (Detroit Red Wings) - March 16, 1947 * Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) - February 15, 1980, December 11, 1985, and February 14, 1986 Playoffs: 6 assists: * Mikko Leinonen (New York Rangers) - April 8, 1982 * Wayne Gretzky (Edmonton Oilers) - April 9, 1987
The record is 13 goals by the Edmonton Oilers in a 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Kings on April 9, 1987.
Wayne Gretzky scored 92 goals for the Edmonton Oilers in the 1981-82 season. He also holds the record for the most career goals scored in the NHL as well as most other NHL scoring records.
From the 1951 to 1974. She retired from TV after that and died in 1989.
Archie Manning is most famous for being a Football player. He debuted for the New Orleans Saints, and also played for the Houston Oilers and the Minnesota Vikings.
Most goals by one team in one regular season game: * 24 - (Pre NHL) Ottawa Silver Seven (vs Dawson City) - 1905 Challenge - 14 of those goals came from Frank McGee * 16 - Montreal Canadiens (vs Quebec Bulldogs) - March 3, 1920 Most goals by both teams in one regular season game: # 21 - Montreal Canadiens vs Toronto St. Pats - January 10, 1920 # 21 - Edmonton Oilers vs Chicago Blackhawks - December 11, 1985 Most goals by one team in one playoff game: * 13 - Edmonton Oilers (vs Los Angeles Kings) - April 9, 1987 Most goals by both teams in one playoff game: * 18 - Los Angeles Kings vs Edmonton Oilers - April 7, 1982