Leon Draisaitl war mit den Edmonton Oilers bei den Kölner Haien zu Gast. (Foto: dpa/picture alliacen/AP Photos). Lesedauer: ca. 3 Minuten. In den NHLGlobal Series, die nordamerikanische Eishockeyteams nach Europa führen, treffen die Kölner Haie in der Lanxess-Arena auf die. Die Kölner Haie konnten sich gegen die Edmonton Oilers nicht durchsetzen. Foto: picture alliance/dpa.
Kölner Haie im Oilers-Fieber: Ein Edmonton-Star verdient soviel, wie der komplette KEC kostetLeon Draisaitl war mit den Edmonton Oilers bei den Kölner Haien zu Gast. (Foto: dpa/picture alliacen/AP Photos). Lesedauer: ca. 3 Minuten. In den NHLGlobal Series, die nordamerikanische Eishockeyteams nach Europa führen, treffen die Kölner Haie in der Lanxess-Arena auf die. Sogar die Kaugummis, Äpfel und Bananen liegen abgezählt in der Kabine der Edmonton Oilers.
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Auf geht's, Haie! NHL Oilers Author:. Mittwoch, Natürlich ist das Spiel für alle Beteiligten mit einem erheblichen finanziellen Aufwand verbunden, doch die Haie hoffen, dass am Ende ein netter Gewinn übrig bleibt.
Dem Vernehmen nach wurde ein komplexer Vertrag abgeschlossen, der die Aufteilung fair regelt. Köln kann sich auf ein Spiel freuen, was es so noch nie gegeben hat.
Am Montag gehen sie in der Kölnarena 2 erstmals aufs Eis Training nicht öffentlich. They will be productive. Almost every NHL franchise has a way of honouring their greatest players.
The most popular is through jersey retirement. He remains at 5 this year. Team Draft vs. 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.
Horcoff had become the Oilers longest-serving player by this point. Despite the influx of their young talent, Edmonton would still find themselves at the bottom of the standings.
In an attempt to gain valuable prospects and draft picks, Dustin Penner was traded from the Oilers to Los Angeles on February 28, , in exchange for Colten Teubert , a first-round draft pick in used to select Oscar Klefbom and a conditional third-round pick in The Oilers selected Ryan Nugent-Hopkins with the first overall selection, along with several other "blue chip" prospects.
During the off-season, the team again made several moves to bolster the offence and defence, re-acquiring fan favourite Ryan Smyth from Los Angeles for Colin Fraser and a seventh-round draft pick.
However, the Oilers were again unable to qualify for the playoffs for the sixth-straight season, as they finished 14th in the Western Conference.
On May 17, , a month after the ending of the —12 season , the Oilers would announce they would not be renewing the contract of head coach Tom Renney.
After a new labour agreement was reached between the owners and the National Hockey League Players' Association NHLPA , training camps opened on January 13, , and a game season reduced from 82 games commenced on January The Oilers would play their first game of the shortened season a day later, on January Rogers Communications announced it would have the naming rights to the new arena on December 3, ; the new 18,seat arena would be called Rogers Place.
After 41 games into the shortened season, and with the Oilers mathematically eliminated from the playoffs for a seventh successive time, Edmonton terminated Steve Tambellini's contract as general manager, where he was replaced with former head coach Craig MacTavish.
On December 15, , after 31 games of the —15 season , MacTavish announced Dallas Eakins had been terminated as head coach. MacTavish assumed the role of interim coach while Todd Nelson transitioned into the role for the remainder of the season.
Following Edmonton's decision not to renew affiliation with the Barons, it was announced that the Oilers would be relocating their AHL franchise from Oklahoma City , Oklahoma , to Bakersfield, California.
The Oilers won the Draft Lottery on April 18, moving them from the third-overall pick to first, marking their fourth lottery win in six seasons.
On April 24, Craig MacTavish was removed from his position as general manager and was replaced by former Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli , who was also appointed president of hockey operations as part of other related changes.
In addition to these coaching changes, the Oilers also made some changes to their scouting staff on June 22, which saw both head amateur and professional scouts Stu MacGregor and Morey Gare relieved of their duties.
Amateur scouts Brad Davis and Kent Hawley, professional scout Dave Semenko and Billy Moores , who served as director of coaching and special projects, were also relieved of their duties.
Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Andrew Ference, who had served as team captain the previous two seasons, were all named as alternate captains.
After the —16 season, the Oilers prepared to move from Rexall Place , their home since , to newly built Rogers Place.
Oilers' alumni, including Mark Messier and Wayne Gretzky, skated around the rink one more time. On March 28, , the Oilers made the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since In the first round of the playoffs , the Oilers eliminated San Jose following a 3—1 win in Game 6 to secure their first playoff series win in 11 years.
Their playoff run was stopped on May 10, , losing to the Anaheim Ducks in Game 7 with a 2—1 loss, ending the second round series.
In April , Peter Chiarelli was named president and general manager. In his first year as general manager, he traded first- and second-round picks to the New York Islanders in exchange for Griffin Reinhart.
In , the Oilers acquired a third-round draft pick in return for Justin Schultz , who was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Oilers had high expectations coming into the —18 season , as many expected to make progress off of their surprising year in — However, the Oilers regressed, posting a 36—40—6 record and missing the playoffs for the 11th time in 12 seasons.
On January 22, , the Oilers terminated Chiarelli's employment as president and general manager;  Keith Gretzky was appointed interim general manager the following day, and served until the May 7, appointment of Ken Holland as general manager.
On May 28, the Oilers named Dave Tippett as the team's new head coach. Edmonton would be chosen as one of the two host cities of the playoffs, and qualified for the playoffs as the fifth seed in the Western Conference; however, the team was upset by the Chicago Blackhawks in four games in the preliminary round.
The original design featured the now-traditional colours of blue and orange, but reversed from their more familiar appearance in later seasons, orange being the dominant colour and blue used for the trimming.
For the first few games of the season, player names were not displayed on the uniform; rather the word "ALBERTA" was written in that space.
About halfway through the season, though, the player names made their appearance, since the Oilers had played exclusively in Edmonton. In the —76 season , the jersey was changed to a blue base with orange trim.
The logo that appeared on programs and promotional material remained the same. However, the logo that appeared on the home jersey had a white oil drop, on a dark orange field, with the team name written in deep blue.
The away jersey featured an orange-printed logo. When the team joined the NHL in , the alternate logos were discarded, giving the jersey its most famous form.
However, the logo appeared slightly differently on a few vintages of the jersey. Minor changes were also made to the numbering, lettering and collar in their first few NHL campaigns.
From to , Nike provided the Oilers' sweaters. The essential design remained untouched until , when the team colours were changed to midnight blue and copper with red trim.
Other changes made to the jersey at that point were the removal of the shoulder bar and cuffs from the away jersey, and the addition of the "Rigger" alternate logo to the jersey's shoulders.
A year later, the shoulder bars were removed from the home jersey as well, and the Oilers' sweater design then remained stable until In , the Oilers introduced their first alternate third sweater.
Designed by then-minority owner Todd McFarlane and his production studio, the new uniforms were a radical departure from previous Oilers designs.
Elements of the logo paid tribute to the five Stanley Cup titles and 10 team captains to that point. In , with the NHL's switch to Reebok Edge jerseys, the Oilers kept their team colours but changed the style of their jerseys.
Most notable about the Edge jerseys were the removal of the waistline stripes in favour of vertical piping, and the sleeve stripes only appearing on the inside of the elbow panels.
The "Rigger" was retired, along with the McFarlane third jersey and its associated logos. In , the Oilers introduced a new alternate jersey that closely resembled the blue-and-orange away jersey of the dynasty era.
For the —10 season , this jersey became the Oilers' main home jersey as blue and orange became the primary team colours once again.
The old midnight blue-and-copper jersey became their alternate. For the —16 season, the team introduced a new alternate jersey inspired by their original WHA design, with orange as a primary colour.
With the switch to Adidas jerseys in the —18 season, the orange jersey became the Oilers' home design, but with a few alterations: the s-era template was retained while midnight blue returned as an accent colour.
In the playoffs, Robert was the first anthem singer to sing from within the crowd, at Game 1 of the first round. The Oilers mascot is a Canadian lynx named Hunter who was unveiled on September 26, The choosing of the Canadian lynx was because their largest place of habitat, in terms of population, is Alberta.
It was also because it was the largest vote overall. Hunter wears the number 72 on its jersey, referencing the year the Oilers were established, which was in The Oilers Octane consisted of 19 women aged 18 to 29, most of whom were from the greater Edmonton area within neighbouring suburbs , or the province of Alberta.
The cheer team was, initially, not greeted with enthusiasm by all fans. Over 1, people signed an online petition against it, suggesting the women did not improve the game experience and might in fact hinder it.
Many felt the cheer team was a cheap public relations stunt and considered it both disrespectful to women and completely unrelated to hockey.
In August , the team announced they were discontinuing the Octane cheer team as they moved to Rogers Place, as well as announcing auditions for a new Oilers Orange and Blue Ice Crew "brand ambassador' group.
This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Oilers. For the full season-by-season history, see List of Edmonton Oilers seasons.
Updated December 7,  . The Oilers are affiliated with a number of inductees in the Hockey Hall of Fame eleven players and four builders.
These are the top-ten point, goal, and assist scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season.
Presidents' Trophy. Clarence S. Campbell Bowl. Hart Memorial Trophy. Im Jahr darauf gelang den Oilers die Titelverteidigung. Wie im Vorjahr setzten sich die Oilers mit durch.
Dort trafen sie wie zwei Jahre zuvor erneut auf die Philadelphia Flyers, die in der regulären Saison mit sechs Punkten Abstand das zweitbeste Team der Saison waren.
Die Oilers mussten über die volle Distanz von sieben Spielen gehen, um ihren dritten Stanley Cup zu gewinnen.
Dass sie gegen die Boston Bruins fünf Spiele benötigten, lag an einem Stromausfall, der das vierte Spiel ohne Entscheidung beendete. Im fünften Spiel kamen die Oilers dann zum entscheidenden vierten Sieg.
Gegner waren erneut die Boston Bruins, die mit besiegt wurden. Mit einer starken Leistung gewannen sie ihre siebte Clarence S. Campbell Bowl, unterlagen in der Finalserie aber zum zweiten Mal in ihrer Geschichte.
Mit unterlagen sie den Carolina Hurricanes. Hart Memorial Trophy. James Norris Memorial Trophy. King Clancy Memorial Trophy.
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy. Lester B. Die Feldspieler kamen zu 54 Einsätzen, bei denen ihnen 16 Tore und 31 Vorlagen gelangen. Die Torhüter bringen zusätzlich noch elf Einsätze mit ein.
Mit zehn Punkten ist Gretzky auch der erfolgreichste Spieler. Ein Jahr darauf gelang Gretzky mit einer Vorlage der erste Scorerpunkt für einen Spieler der Oilers, ein weiteres Jahr später erzielte er das erste Tor.
So gelangen Gretzky 25 Scorerpunkte, zehn davon aus der Zeit in Edmonton. Auch neun seiner 13 Tore erzielte er in dieser Zeit.
Nur Mario Lemieux schaffte ebenfalls Kein anderer erzielte mehr als vier Tore in einem Drittel. Einige Spieler stellten den Rekord von vier Toren in einem Spiel und vier Punkten in einem Drittel ein, konnten diesen aber nicht übertreffen.
Er wurde bei den Spielen , , , und nominiert. Beim Im Folgenden werden ausgewählte Spielerrekorde des Franchise sowohl über die gesamte Karriere, als auch über einzelne Spielzeiten aufgeführt.
Sather hatte diese Position für 20 Spielzeiten inne und leitete das Team in der erfolgreichen Zeit, als die Oilers in der zweiten Hälfte der er Jahre viermal den Stanley Cup gewinnen konnten.
Chiarelli leitete die Geschicke des Teams bis Januar , als er nach ausbleibendem sportlichen Erfolg von seinen Pflichten enthoben wurde.
Seine Nachfolge trat Ken Holland an. Die Nummer 99 von Wayne Gretzky wurde am 1. Oktober von den Edmonton Oilers und am 6.
Februar von der NHL gesperrt. Edmonton Oilers Gründung 1. Name Aufnahmedatum Position Glenn Anderson November Spieler Paul Coffey 8.
November Spieler Grant Fuhr 3. November Spieler Wayne Gretzky November Spieler Jari Kurri November Spieler Mark Messier November Spieler Adam Oates November Spieler Rod Phillips 3.
Name Sperrungsdatum 3 Al Hamilton zeremoniell am 4. April 7 Paul Coffey Oktober 9 Glenn Anderson Januar 11 Mark Messier Februar 17 Jari Kurri 6.
Oktober 31 Grant Fuhr 9.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. Edmonton Oilers G.M. Ken Holland may not be done just yet, after all: 9 Things. Author of the article: Kurt Leavins. Publishing date: Oct 18, • • 5 minute read. Top 10 Edmonton Oilers moments of the –18 NHL season - Duration: SPORTSNET 32, views. Schlägerei Schwenninger Wild Wings - Düsseldorfer EG - Duration: Edmonton Oilers take on Cologne Sharks in Draisaitl vs. Draisaitl battle Everyone loves a homecoming and for the Edmonton Oilers Leon Draisaitl this is going to be one to remember. Social Sharing. The history of the Edmonton Oilers dates back to , when the team was established as a professional ice hockey team based in Edmonton, robin-michel.com team originally played in the World Hockey Association (WHA), before joining the National Hockey League (NHL) in The official National Hockey League web site includes features, news, rosters, statistics, schedules, teams, live game radio broadcasts, and video clips. Edmonton Oilers in Köln Donnerstag, Oktober Erst in der Verlängerung unterlagen die Kölner Haie dem NHL-Club Edmonton Oilers aus Kanada vor begeisterten Zuschauern. Die Edmonton Oilers aus der NHL in Köln zu sehen, ist schon ein einzigartiges Erlebnis. Dieses Spiel war ein Treffen zwischen Sohn Leon und Vater Peter Draisaitl. NHL-Flair in der LANXESS arena! Am Tag der deutschen Einheit duellierten sich die Edmonton Oilers mit den Kölner Haien im Rahmen der NHL Global Series Challenge™ in der Domstadt. Und die Zuschauer erlebten ein wahres Eishockey-Feuerwerk. An diesem Feiertag-Mittwoch musste man gar nicht erst nach Deutz kommen, um zu merken, dass ein ganz besonderer Eishockeytag. The Edmonton Oilers are a professional ice hockey team based in robin-michel.com compete in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a member of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.. The Oilers were officially founded in by W. D. "Wild Bill" Hunter and Dr. Chuck Allard. The team played its first season in , as one of the twelve founding franchises of the major professional World City: Edmonton, Alberta.