|The Edmonton Oilers built a rich tradition of winning that ranks among the most successful franchises in hockey history. The Oilers architected one of the most dominant reigns in sports, culminating with five Stanley Cup championships in a magical seven-year period. With a popularity and unmistakable identity that transcended the sport, Wayne Gretzky, Mark Messier and a vast constellation of Edmonton Oilers stars ruled the ice for a decade, spooling together a long line of memorable moments and classic games. Episodes: June 14th, 2006 Edmonton 4 Carolina 3 (Overtime-gm5 Pisani shorthanded) April 29, 1997 Edmonton 4 Dallas 3 (Overtime-gm7 - Marchant) April 16, 1991 Edmonton 5 Calgary 4 (Overtime-gm7) May 15, 1990 Edmonton 3 Boston 2 (Overtime-Game 1 Final ) April 21, 1988 Edmonton 5 Calgary 4 (Overtime-game 2 Gretzky shorthanded overtime goal) May 31, 1987 Edmonton 3 Philadelphia 1 (win Stanley Cup-gm7) May 30, 1985 Edmonton 8 Philadelphia 3 (win Stanley Cup-gm5) May 19, 1984 Edmonton 5 NY Islanders 2 (win Stanley Cup-gm5) May 10, 1984 Edmonton 1 NY Islanders 0 (Gm1 Final) December 30, 1981 Edmonton vs Philadelphia (Gretzky 50 in 39)|
Editor's NoteFrom 1981 to 2006, the Edmonton Oilers built up an impressive record of victories on the ice--including an amazing five Stanley Cup wins. This collection presents ten of the Canadian hockey team's most phenomenal games, including great moments featuring such NHL stars as Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier: 14 June 2006's game against Carolina; 29 April 1997's game against Dallas; 16 April 1991's game against Calgary; 15 May 1990's game against Boston; 21 April 1988's game against Calgary; 31 May 1987's Stanley Cup win against Philadelphia; 30 May 1985's Stanley Cup win against Philadelphia; and 19 May 1984's Stanley Cup win against the NY Islanders; 10 May 1984's game against the NY Islanders; and 30 December 1981's game against Philadelphia.
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|Wayne Gretzky - Featured|
|Edmonton Oilers - Featured|
|Mark Messier - Featured|