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LIVE BLOG: Oilers vs. Senators

Get regular updates, highlights and more as the Oilers host the Ottawa Senators

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers take on the Senators this afternoon at Rogers Place.

You can watch on TV on Sportsnet West or listen on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

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LIVE BLOG: Oilers vs. Blue Jackets

Get regular updates, highlights and more as the Oilers host the Columbus Blue Jackets at Rogers Place

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers begin a five-game homestand against the Columbus Blue Jackets tonight.

You can watch on TV on Sportsnet One, Pacific, East and Ontario or listen on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

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MORNING SKATE REPORT: Oilers at Blues

Oilers wrap up a three-game road trip against the St. Louis Blues

by Ryan Frankson and Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers complete their three-game road trip with a game against the St. Louis Blues. 

You can watch the game across Canada on Sportnet One, East, Pacific and Ontario or listen on the Oilers Radio Network, including 630 CHED. 

Video: OILERS TODAY | Pre-Game at STL 03.19.19

Read the full game preview below and check back for our Morning Skate Report, lineup updates, videos and more. 

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PRE-GAME REPORT: Oilers at Golden Knights

Oilers continue their three-game road trip with a game against the Vegas Golden Knights

by Ryan Frankson and Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers play their second game in as many nights and second game of this road trip tonight against the Vegas Golden Knights.

You can watch the game on Sportsnet West or listen on the Oilers Radio Network, including 630 CHED. 

Read the game preview below and check back for our Pre-Game Report, lineup updates, videos and more. 

Video: OILERS TODAY | Pre-Game at VGK

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MORNING SKATE REPORT: Oilers at Coyotes

Oilers open a three-game road trip tonight in Glendale against the Arizona Coyotes

by Ryan Frankson and Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers kick off a three-game road trip tonight against the Arizona Coyotes looking to narrow their gap in the race for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.

You can watch the game across Canada on CBC, City TV and Sportsnet or listen on the Oilers Radio Network, including 630 CHED. 

Read the game preview below and check back throughout the day for lineup updates, our Morning Skate Report, videos and more. 

Video: OILERS TODAY | Pre-Game at ARI 03.16.19

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LIVE BLOG: Oilers vs. Rangers

Get regular updates, highlights and more as the Oilers host the New York Rangers

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers take on the Rangers tonight at Rogers Place.

You can watch on TV on Sportsnet West or listen on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

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LIVE BLOG: Oilers vs. Maple Leafs

Get regular updates, highlights and more as the Oilers host the Toronto Maple Leafs

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers take on the Maple Leafs tonight at Rogers Place.

You can watch on TV on Sportsnet and CBC or listen on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

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BLOG: Kevin Lowe heading to Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame

Lowe joins Theoren Fleury, Shirley Cameron, Bob Ridley & Duncan MacDougall as well as the 1986-87 & 1987-88 Medicine Hat Tigers teams

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

Oilers alumni and current Vice Chair of the Oilers Entertainment Group Kevin Lowe was announced on Thursday as an inductee to the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2019. 

The criteria for the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame is as follows: 

  • Must have made a significant impact to hockey during their time as an Alberta resident, having resided in Alberta for at least five years
  • Exceptional service or contribution to the game of hockey in Alberta or at a National or International level
  • Must have achieved significant personal, team and or professional accomplishment in the game
  • Must have made an impact in the game beyond a local or regional level
  • Received significant other recognition (for example, been inducted into the Canadian Sport Hall of Fame, Hockey Hall of Fame, Alberta Sports Hall of Fame, won a National or International medal or championship, major individual award)
  • As well, groups or teams being considered for nomination must have achieved a significant result at a National or International level or have impacted on a provincial level under exceptional circumstances

Lowe certainly fits the bill under most of the above categories as a six-time Stanley Cup champion, including five in Alberta with the Oilers. He was the first-ever draft pick of the Oilers after they joined the NHL in 1979, 21st overall, and scored the first goal in franchise history in the opening period of the team's first game on October 10, 1979 in Chicago. 

In 19 seasons in the NHL, Lowe played 1,254 games in the regular season and 214 more in the playoffs. Fifteen of his 19 seasons were with the Oilers. 

In 1990, Lowe became the only player in NHL history to win the King Clancy Memorial Trophy and NHL Man of the Year. Both awards are presented for leadership qualities and humanitarian contributions. Lowe has also been an honourary co-chair of the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton since 2005. 

The Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Gala will be held on Sunday, July 21 at the Coast Hotel in Canmore. Tickets can be purchased through the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame website.

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BLOG: Malone, Currie shuffled to Bakersfield and back on paper

Players need to be on the AHL roster at deadline in order to compete for the Calder Cup Playoffs

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers made a couple of moves that appear to be of no consequence but they do have major implications for the club's AHL affiliate, the red hot Bakersfield Condors. 

Josh Currie and Brad Malone were both sent to the Condors prior to the trade deadline and then immediately recalled right after and are expected to be in the lineup tonight as the Oilers take on the Nashville Predators. 

Tweet from @Condors: Earlier today, the #Oilers reassigned/recalled Brad Malone and Josh Currie making them eligible for the Condors roster the rest of season and any potential playoff games. #Condorstown

In order to be eligible for the AHL's Calder Cup Playoffs, the player must be on the roster of the team at that time. Further to that, after the trade deadline up until the end of an AHL affiliate's season, teams can only recall four players unless it's on an emergency basis. The recalls of Currie and Malone mean that the Oilers have only two non-emergency recalls left. 

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LIVE BLOG: Oilers vs. Islanders

Get regular updates, highlights and more as the Oilers host the New York Islanders at Rogers Place

by Marc Ciampa / EdmontonOilers.com

The Oilers take on the Islanders tonight at Rogers Place.

You can watch on TV on Sportsnet West or listen on 630 CHED and the Oilers Radio Network.

Read below for updates, highlights, tweets, commentary and more in our live in-game blog.

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