Edmonton Oil Kings


Even junior players are capable of bringing their A-game in the hockey league. Edmonton Oil Kings is known in the history of sports as one of the best professional junior ice hockey teams in Canada. With a long list of games scheduled for the 2008-2009 season, fans can anticipate more exciting competitions.

Edmonton Oil Kings is Alberta’s major junior ice hockey team, founded just in 2007 under the Western Hockey League. Originally, the old Oil Kings franchise used to participate in the Western Canadian Junior Hockey League (WCJHL). As early as the 1950s, Oil Kings struggled to raise the flag for the Albertans by taking in elite players from junior Edmonton ice hockey teams. One of the earlier general managers, Leo LeClerc, even pulled Oil Kings out of the WCJHL and entered the team into the Central Alberta Hockey League.

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The current general manager of Oil Kings is Bob Green, while the head coach is Steve Pleau. The entity that owns Edmonton Oil Kings and Edmonton Oilers is the Rexall Sports of Daryl Katz. The games of both teams are played in their home arena, the Rexall Place. The team colors of Oil Kings are gold, blue, white, and red.

As of October 1, 2008, Edmonton Oil Kings has won four out of the seven games played and lost only one overtime game. To watch Oil Kings play live, order tickets through the team’s official website. Get more information on ticket prices and available seats.

May 19, 2016 |

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