The Edmonton Oilers have a tradition of playing attractive, attacking hockey, with plenty of goals and lots of high-scoring games. Over the past four decades, only the Pittsburgh Penguins have scored more goals, and more goals per game, than Edmonton. With that in mind, it can be quite useful to familiarize yourself with team statistics, so that you can spot these underlying trends before placing your next wager at NHL betting apps.
On this page, we present you with a plethora of information, with each data point potentially informing your next bet. Whether you prefer to bet on game prop markets, such as Total Goals, or NHL player props that are more specific to individual skaters or goalies, we have you covered in the tables below. If you find these tables useful, why not bookmark the page and check in from time to time, to assist your betting.
Before you think of opening up one of the many Canada sports betting sites, check out the Edmonton Oilers goalie stats:
A winning Edmonton Oilers bet could be a check of their skating stats away:
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There is always plenty of interest in Edmonton Oilers games, whether it be the opening night of the season or a Battle of Alberta in the playoffs. Having a vested interest in the game, through a bet, can be a great way to enhance that excitement even further. Here you’ll find the latest odds on upcoming Oilers’ games, as well as a selection of futures bets that might interest you if you are looking at the bigger picture.
As well as that, we’ve provided some NHL expert picks, player props and even the latest NHL lineup information, so you can check which players are, or aren’t, expected to be on the ice for the next game. This information is updated in real time, providing you with up-to-the-minute information and odds.
The odds for the next Edmonton Oilers game are right here:
With players like Connor McDavid in tow, the Stanley Cup will always be a realistic possibility for the Edmonton Oilers. Find their latest odds here:
The Edmonton Oilers have to get through some tough opposition to win the Western Conference. Can they do it?
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The Edmonton Oilers are one of the most identifiable and successful NHL franchises in history, with a background that creates envy in most of their rivals. As one half of the Battle of Alberta, the Oilers have had the upper hand over their Calgary adversaries when it comes to their success, though reasons for cheer have been few and far between in recent years.
Things began to look up for Edmonton when they drafted Connor McDavid first overall in 2015. McDavid had an instant impact on the Oilers and was widely considered the league’s best player within a few years, frequently topping the scoring charts and breaking records on a regular basis. McDavid has also been awarded the Hart Trophy for league MVP on two separate occasions, in 2017 and 2021. As if McDavid wasn’t enough, teammate Leon Draisaitl became the perfect complementary piece, winning himself a Hart Trophy in 2020.
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Such individual success isn’t a new thing in Edmonton. The greatest player to ever play the sport, Wayne Gretzky, won himself a record eight consecutive Hart Trophies for the Oilers between the 1979-80 and 1986-87 seasons. Three of those successes coincided with the Oilers winning the Stanley Cup, in 1984, ‘85 and ‘87. After Gretzky left for LA, the Oilers continued their winning ways without him, picking up two more cups in quick succession, in 1988 and 1990.
More recent years have been much leaner, not just for Edmonton, but for Canadian franchises in general. The closest the Oilers have come to replicating their achievements of the 1980s was an appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals in 2005-06, losing to the Carolina Hurricanes in seven games.