Edmonton Oilers Anaheim Tickets
What is hot in this cool February? An intense hockey game between the Edmonton Oilers and Anaheim Ducks. Get your Edmonton Oilers Anaheim tickets and book yourselves a seat to watch the teams in action. The game has been scheduled at the Honda Center. Without a doubt, the game is going to be a tough one because the venue is home to the competing team, the Anaheim Ducks. The Edmonton Oilers won quite a number of awards and trophies over the years. It includes Vezina Trophy, NHL Plus/Minus Award, Lester B. Pearson Award, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, King Clancy Memorial Trophy, James Norris Memorial Trophy, Stanley Cup, NHL League Championship, Presidents' Trophy, WHA League Championship and many more.
Professional skaters, smooth ice, rubber hockey puck are calling the ice hockey fans to an exciting game between the Oilers and the Ducks. The game has been scheduled at one of the top ten arenas in the world, the Honda Center. Get your Edmonton Oilers Anaheim tickets to enjoy your favorite sport at an arena that reflects delightful state-of-the-art design. The venue has a seating capacity to accommodate approximately seventeen thousand ice hockey fans.
Edmonton Oilers are associated members of the National Hockey League. They play from the Pacific Division of the Western Conference. Established in 1971, the team played its first season in 1972. The team joined NHL in 1979 followed by winning five Stanley Cups (1983-1990). For the glorious success of the team in the eighties, Hockey Hall of Fame honored the Oilers with ‘dynasty’ status for dominating the sport for multiple years.
Like any other NHL team, the Oilers have faced with good and bad seasons but it is the commitment of the team that has been keeping them together. It is because of the hard work and dedication of the players that the Oilers have been successful in establishing an identity for themselves. The Hall of Famers includes Glenn Anderson, Paul Coffey, Grant Fuhr, Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri, Mark Messier, Roger Neilson, Adam Oates, Rod Phillips, Jacques Plante, Glen Sather and Norm Ullman. Many players come and go but one thing that stays common among them is the ‘winning spirit’.