Edmonton Oilers Pittsburgh Tickets
One of the oldest ice hockey teams in the National Hockey League, the Edmonton Oilers made history after winning the coveted Stanley Cup for four back-to-back years from 1983 to 1988. The fifth victory came in 1989, after which the franchise was bestowed with a Dynasty status in the Hockey Hall of Fame. The Oilers won't let the glory years be forgotten, as they practice rigorously for the upcoming season. The team will open the 2015-2016 preseason on September 21, hosting the Calgary Flames at the Rexall Palace. The franchise is slated to face the Flames again in the opening match for the regular season but this time at the latter's home. The game against the Pittsburgh Penguins has been garnering the most attention, being considered as a tough one for the Oilers. The Edmonton Oilers Pittsburgh tickets are hotly in demand so get yours because they won't last long at the venue.
Home and Away
The month of November brings the Oilers two games against the Penguins. The first week of November marks a home game for the franchise, which the Oilers are expected to win much easily. Following the faceoff on November 6, the two sides will come face to face once again later in the month. The game, planned for November 28, will be played at the renowned Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The action-packed thriller is being dubbed as the most gripping of all Oilers games in the season so it’s suggested you get the Edmonton Oilers Pittsburgh tickets quickly. There's no better experience than watching your favorite sport being played in an adrenaline-rushing match right in front of your eyes!
Burning the Oil
As the Oilers have been burning the proverbial midnight oil to snag the best spot in the Pacific Division, the Penguins made some valuable additions to their roster. A decade ago, the Penguins struggled to survive, battling with a stretch of season losses and financial instabilities. Young blood has done wonders for the Penguins, throwing it out from the confines of the dressing room back into the ice rink. With players like Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby, the Oilers-Penguins clash will be worth watching.