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The Oil Kings Open the 2019-2020 Season Sunday

Get Out the Brooms

Oil Kings Sweep Hitmen; Advance to Conference Finals

Start with Split

Oil Kings Begin Series Against Tigers

That’s a Wrap

Oil Kings Regular Season Ends on a High Note

Down to the Wire

Oil Kings Final Three Games Will Determine Playoff Seeding

Banner Weekend for Edmonton Hockey

Pandas and Golden Bears Win Canada West Championships; Oil Kings secure place in WHL Post Season

Oil Kings Look To Finish Regular Season Strong

Edmonton Oil Kings Hold On To First Place in Central Division By A Narrow Margin

Edmonton Oil Kings Trade Deadline Day Shake-Up

Are the Oil Kings Looking Too Far Ahead?

Edmonton Oil Kings Have Strong Finish to 2018 

Pick up Five of Six Points On Weekend Return to Action

Edmonton Oil Kings Close Out First Half Strong

Pair of Wins Keep Edmonton in the Playoff Picture

Oil Kings Up and Down Season Continues

Oil Kings Manage 3 of 6 Points on the Road

Halloween Madness

Oil Kings Notch Three Convincing Wins

Oil Kings Road Trip Hits Sour Note

The Oil Kings Look to Rebound at Home

Road Kings: Oil Kings Seek to Capitalize of Road Trip

Oil Kings Incredible Start

Oil Kings set franchise record with 5-0-0 start

Oil Kings Start Strong

Two Wins Open the 2018-2019 Season

New Season, New Look

The Edmonton Oil Kings bring new energy to the 2018-2019 Season

Oil Kings: Musical Crease

Oil Kings Make Confusing Changes in Goaltending

All I Want for Christmas — Edmonton Oil Kings Edition

Possible Presents for Oil Kings Fans

Troubles in Net

Can the Oil Kings Still Rely on Travis Child?

Decision Time

The Oil Kings are at a crossroads

Oil Kings Give Back

First Star Wars Night a Success

A Defining Moment

The Oilers have a chance to make an immediate impact on the roster in the next month.

Knights come from behind to win 2016 Memorial Cup

After being down 2-1, the London Knights came from behind scoring two unanswered goals to defeat the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies and win the 2016 Memorial Cup.

Rebels eliminate the Wheat Kings

By beating Brandon by a score of 2-1 in OT, the Red Deer Rebels have knocked out the Wheat Kings from the 2016 Memorial Cup.

Memorial Cup: Wheat Kings dethroned in "disappointing" loss to the Knights

Lead by a Christian Dvorak hattrick, the London Knights toyed with the Brandon Wheat Kings and took them down in dominant fashion 9-1.

Top lines from the Knights and Rebels Dominate at the Memorial Cup

20 points between six players through the Memorial Cup's first three games, and I doubt any of them will be slowing down.

Memorial Cup Continues with a Victory for Hosts

The Rebels managed a 5-2 victory against the Rouyn-Naranda Huskies in Red Deer

Memorial Cup: Huskies beat the Wheat Kings 5-3

The Wheat Kings outshot the Huskies 20-4, and outscored them 2-0 in a solid third period by the team, but they just weren't able to squeeze out a win.

Memorial Cup: Conner Bleackley shines in first game in over two months

Despite the fact that he hadn't played a game in two months, Conner Bleackley didn't miss a beat.

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