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50/50 Unclaimed from Thursday, March 8

The 50/50 ticket from tonight's game has not been claimed. Here is the winning number

by Staff / Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation

The winning 50/50 ticket from tonight's Edmonton Oilers game, 140867C, for $67,987.50 has not yet been claimed. Be sure to check if you're a winner!

You have until 4:00 PM Monday, March 12, 2018 to claim your prize at the OEG Head Office (300-10214 104 Ave NW).

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RELEASE: Darnell Nurse keeps up Hockey is for Everyone with Right to Play

Oilers D-man gifts Right To Play $6,150 donation

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Edmonton, AB - The Edmonton Oilers longstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion in hockey was on full display throughout February, also known as Hockey is for Everyone month.

Hockey is for Everyone was all about celebrating the people who play or watch hockey, including fans of every race, colour, religion, national origin, gender identity, age, sexual orientation, socio-economic status and ability.

In addition to Oilers forward Jujhar Khaira representing the club as the team's Hockey is for Everyone Ambassador, Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse also led by example, joining the Hockey is for Everyone movement by inviting 16 youth participating in the Right To Play program from Alexander First Nation to attend the Oilers Skills Competition presented by Rogers on February 3. The children were surprised with learning how to skate on the Downtown Community Rink, watching their favourite Oilers during the Skills Competition and meeting Nurse to cap off the afternoon.

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RELEASE: Team Nugent-Hopkins crowned Charity Cup champion

Dogs with Wings wins $25,000 and four charity runner-ups receive $10,000 each

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Video: HOCKEY HELPS KIDS | Mary Butterworth School Wins

Edmonton, AB - For the first time in Hockey Helps Kids history, a back-to-back champion has emerged with Team Captain Ryan Nugent-Hopkins claiming the 3rd annual Hockey Helps Kids Charity Cup Challenge following his first win last season. Mary Butterworth School, also known as Team Nugent-Hopkins, has won $25,000 for its local charity of choice, Dogs with Wings. Dogs with Wings' goal is to change lives for the better by fostering integration and independence for Albertans with disabilities by providing them with highly trained assistance dogs and aftercare.

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TAIT: Magic Memories on the Menu

Edmonton man gets exclusive Oilers dressing room dinner

by Cam Tait /

Before the doors to Rogers Place swung open in the early fall of 2017, Oilers Entertainment Group's (OEG) mission stood as an optimistic creed of the type of environment employees were challenged to give guests in the new downtown arena: "We Create I Remember Moments." There have been hundreds of thousands of magical moments, carefully crafted, with specialized styles in Rogers Place. More exciting, though, are the many more memories yet to come when ICE District rolls into action with a myriad of experiences just waiting to be embraced. 

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FEATURE: Oilers continue to foster a culture of change

Hockey Is For Everyone night celebrates diversity and inclusion for all hockey players, coaches, athletes and fans

by Meg Tilley /


The Edmonton Oilers held their second annual Hockey Is For Everyone night as they welcomed the Colorado Avalanche to Rogers Place, Thursday.

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Oilers celebrate diversity, inclusion with Hockey is for Everyone Night

NHL and NHLPA initiative celebrates athletes, coaches and fans of the game

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(Edmonton, AB) - The Edmonton Oilers and Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) are proudly celebrating diversity and inclusion in hockey, announcing today more details of its support for Hockey is for Everyone alongside the National Hockey League (NHL) and National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA). The Oilers are hosting a dedicated Hockey is for Everyone Night in support of the You Can Play Project at Rogers Place, tomorrow, February 22 vs. Colorado.

Video: Hockey is for Everyone

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FEATURE: Growing the love of the game

As Oilers Ambassador for NHL's Hockey Is For Everyone throughout February, Jujhar Khaira looks forward to sharing his passion for the game

by Meg Tilley /

It was an eye-opening moment for Edmonton Oilers forward Jujhar Khaira.  

"I was unaware how big [hockey] was in China," he said.

The six-foot-four, 214-pound, left-winger had just wrapped up an off-season practice and workout with New York Islanders centre Mathew Barzal at an arena in Burnaby, BC, around the same time the Surrey Minor Hockey Association was holding an ice hockey tournament that was hosting teams from China and Korea.

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FEATURE: Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation honours Dave Semenko

Oilers legend's legacy immortalized on and off the ice with EOCF and Sport Central initiatives 'Dave's Drive' and 'Put a Lid on a Kid'

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EDMONTON, AB - Forever known as the Oilers protector on the ice, Dave Semenko's legacy will now also be immortalized off it with the Dave Semenko Legacy Project.

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Oilers Foundation Donates $325,000 in Support of Semenko Legacy Project

The EOCF announced an initial investment of $325,000 to Sport Central in support of the Dave Semenko Legacy Project with financial support from the NHL and NHLPA Goals & Dreams fund.

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(Edmonton, AB) - The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) announced today an initial investment of $325,000 to Sport Central in support of the Dave Semenko Legacy Project with financial support from the National Hockey League (NHL) and National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) Goals & Dreams fund. The EOCF has committed to fund two Sport Central initiatives: Dave's Drive and Put a Lid on a Kid over the next 10 years


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It's time to PLAY

Oilers defenceman Darnell Nurse continues to embody values as Right To Play Athlete Ambassador

by Meg Tilley /

Video: COMMUNITY | Right to Play

Skating, a skills competition and a surprise meet-and-greet. 

That is what unfolded at Rogers Place for 16 children participating in the Right To Play program from Alexander First Nation on Saturday.

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