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All Edmonton Oilers events

Red Wings vs. Oilers

7:30 PM - Little Caesars Arena - Detroit, MI
From $45+
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Flyers vs. Oilers

7:00 PM - Wells Fargo Center - PA - Philadelphia, PA
From $40+
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Senators vs. Oilers

12:30 PM - Canadian Tire Centre - Ottawa, ON
From $91+

Canadiens vs. Oilers

12:30 PM - Centre Bell - Montreal, QC
From $110+

Oilers vs. Red Wings

7:30 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $44+

Oilers vs. Rangers

7:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $65+

Avalanche vs. Oilers

1:00 PM - Ball Arena - Denver, CO
From $105+
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Oilers vs. Flyers

7:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $41+

Penguins vs. Oilers

7:00 PM - PPG Paints Arena - Pittsburgh, PA
From $50+
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Blue Jackets vs. Oilers

12:30 PM - Nationwide Arena - Columbus, OH
From $58+

Oilers vs. Bruins

6:30 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $64+

Oilers vs. Maple Leafs

6:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $140+

Oilers vs. Jets

7:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $67+

Jets vs. Oilers

6:00 PM - Canada Life Centre - Winnipeg, MB
From $80+

Sabres vs. Oilers

7:30 PM - KeyBank Center - Buffalo, NY
From $41+

Bruins vs. Oilers

7:30 PM - TD Garden - Boston, MA
From $191+
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Maple Leafs vs. Oilers

7:00 PM - Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON
From $218+

Oilers vs. Senators

7:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $38+

Oilers vs. Stars

7:00 PM - Rogers Place - Edmonton, AB
From $37+

Kraken vs. Oilers

1:00 PM - Climate Pledge Arena - Seattle, WA
From $153+

Edmonton Oilers Info

Since joining the NHL in 1979 after the NHL-WHA merger, the Oilers have become one of the league’s most successful franchises. The Oilers dominated the 1980s, its dynasty winning five Stanley Cups, led by greats such as Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier, Jari Kurri, Paul Coffey, Glenn Anderson, and Grant Fuhr. Edmonton, along with the Pittsburgh Penguins, has won the most Stanley Cups outside the “Original Six” clubs. Buy Edmonton Oilers tickets on TickPick this season to get the guaranteed best prices and avoid service fees.

How Much Do Edmonton Oilers Tickets Cost?

Edmonton Oilers tickets can resell for well above face value, but TickPick has the guaranteed best prices on Edmonton Oilers tickets of any secondary ticket site. The cheapest get-in price for the next Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers game at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, February 7 is currently $45.00 and the average ticket price is $191.24. The most expensive ticket for this Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers game is $11,181.00. No matter what seats you're looking for, we guarantee you'll get your tickets at the best prices on TickPick because you'll never pay any service fees.

How Many Tickets Are Available for the Next Edmonton Oilers Game?

There are 2,397 tickets still available on TickPick for the next Detroit Red Wings vs. Edmonton Oilers game at Little Caesars Arena on Tuesday, February 7.

Where do the Edmonton Oilers play their home games?

The Edmonton Oilers play their home games at Rogers Place.

Who is the Head Coach for the Edmonton Oilers?

Jay Woodcroft enters his first full season as head coach after former coach Dave Tippett was fired midway through the 2021-22 season. Woodcroft guided the Oilers to the Western Conference Finals in his first season as coach.

How Many Stanley Cups Have the Edmonton Oilers Won?

The Oilers have won five Stanley Cups, tied with the Pittsburgh Penguins for the most titles won by a non-“Original Six” franchise. Edmonton’s championships came during a dynastic period in the 1980s. Their first Stanley Cup, in 1983-84, ended the New York Islanders dynasty. Edmonton repeated as champions in 1984-85, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers in the Finals. The Oilers won back-to-back Cups in 1986-87 (defeating the Flyers) and 1987-88 (over the Boston Bruins), and ended the decade with a fifth championship in the 1989-90 season (beating the Bruins). Edmonton’s most recent Stanley Cup Finals appearance came in 2005-06, a losing effort against the Carolina Hurricanes.

Who are the Edmonton Oilers’ Biggest Rivals?

The Oilers’ fiercest rivalry is with the Calgary Flames, which has earned the name the “Battle of Alberta.” Edmonton also has intense rivalries with the NHL’s other Western Canadian teams, the Vancouver Canucks and the Winnipeg Jets.

Do Children Need Their Own Ticket for Edmonton Oilers Games?

Children under the age of 2 do not need a ticket to enter Rogers Place, but must remain seated in the lap of an accompanying ticketed adult.

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