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92-93EdmOil
1992–93 Edmonton Oilers · NHL
Division 5th Smythe
Conference 10th Campbell
1992–93 record 26–50–8
Home record 16–21–5
Road record 10–29–3
Goals for 242 (22nd)
Goals against 337 (21st)
General Manager Glen Sather
Coach Ted Green
Captain Craig MacTavish
Alternate captains Shayne Corson
Dave Manson
Craig Simpson
Esa Tikkanen (Oct-Mar)
Arena Northlands Coliseum
Average attendance 14,797 (84.5%)
Team leaders
Goals Petr Klima (32)
Assists Bernie Nicholls (32)
Points Petr Klima (48)
Penalties in minutes Dave Manson (210)
Wins Bill Ranford (17)
Goals against average Bill Ranford (3.84)

The 1992–93 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 14th season in the NHL, and they were coming off a 3rd round playoff appearance in 1991–92, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Campbell Conference finals.

Prior to the season, the Oilers would trade away their leading scorer from the previous season, Vincent Damphousse, along with their 4th round draft pick in 1993, to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shayne Corson, Brent Gilchrist, and Vladimir Vujtek. The loss of Damphousse hurt the Oilers offensively, as in 1992–93, they would score a franchise-low 242 goals.

The Oilers would struggle all season long, and by the NHL tradeline, it would pretty certain that the team would fail to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since joining the NHL in 1979. Edmonton would trade Esa Tikkanen to the New York Rangers for Doug Weight, Bernie Nicholls to the New Jersey Devils for Zdeno Ciger, and Kevin Todd, and Craig Muni to the Chicago Blackhawks for Igor Kravchuk. The team would finish the season with a franchise low 26 wins and 60 points, along with a franchise high 50 losses, and missed the playoffs by 27 points.

Offensively, Petr Klima would lead the Oilers with 32 goals and 48 points, while Shayne Corson chipped in with 16 goals and 47 points. Bernie Nicholls would record 40 points in 46 games before being traded. On the blueline, Dave Manson would anchor the defense, scoring 15 goals and 45 points, while posting a team high 210 penalty minutes.

In goal, Bill Ranford would appear in 67 games, winning 17 of them, while posting a 3.84 GAA and a shutout. Ron Tugnutt would back him up, winning 9 games with a 4.12 GAA.

Season standingsEdit

Smythe Division
GP W L T Pts GF GA
Vancouver Canucks 84 46 29 9 101 346 278
Calgary Flames 84 43 30 11 97 322 282
Los Angeles Kings 84 39 35 10 88 338 340
Winnipeg Jets 84 40 37 7 87 322 320
Edmonton Oilers 84 26 50 8 60 242 337
San Jose Sharks 84 11 71 2 24 218 414

Note: bold = clinched playoff berth


Game logEdit

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Pts
1 October 6 Vancouver Canucks 5–4 Edmonton Oilers 0–1–0 0
2 October 8 Edmonton Oilers 2–7 Calgary Flames 0–2–0 0
3 October 10 Edmonton Oilers 2–5 Vancouver Canucks 0–3–0 0
4 October 11 Toronto Maple Leafs 3–3 Edmonton Oilers 0–3–1 1
5 October 14 Edmonton Oilers 3–7 Winnipeg Jets 0–4–1 1
6 October 15 Edmonton Oilers 4–3 Chicago Blackhawks 1–4–1 3
7 October 17 Edmonton Oilers 2–4 Detroit Red Wings 1–5–1 3
8 October 20 Edmonton Oilers 1–6 Tampa Bay Lightning 1–6–1 3
9 October 23 Boston Bruins 6–3 Edmonton Oilers 1–7–1 3
10 October 25 Calgary Flames 4–0 Edmonton Oilers 1–8–1 3
11 October 28 Minnesota North Stars 2–5 Edmonton Oilers 2–8–1 5
12 October 31 Washington Capitals 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 3–8–1 7
13 November 3 Ottawa Senators 2–5 Edmonton Oilers 4–8–1 9
14 November 6 Edmonton Oilers 6–1 Winnipeg Jets 5–8–1 11
15 November 7 Edmonton Oilers 2–2 Minnesota North Stars 5–8–2 12
16 November 10 Edmonton Oilers 4–4 St. Louis Blues 5–8–3 13
17 November 12 Edmonton Oilers 4–3 San Jose Sharks 6–8–3 15
18 November 14 Edmonton Oilers 2–6 Los Angeles Kings 6–9–3 15
19 November 18 Vancouver Canucks 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 7–9–3 17
20 November 21 Edmonton Oilers 0–9 Vancouver Canucks 7–10–3 17
21 November 22 New York Islanders 5–5 Edmonton Oilers 7–10–4 18
22 November 25 Los Angeles Kings 3–1 Edmonton Oilers 7–11–4 18
23 November 27 Chicago Blackhawks 8–1 Edmonton Oilers 7–12–4 18
24 November 28 Tampa Bay Lightning 3–4 Edmonton Oilers 8–12–4 20
25 December 1 Edmonton Oilers 3–1 San Jose Sharks 9–12–4 22
26 December 3 Edmonton Oilers 1–4 Vancouver Canucks 9–13–4 22
27 December 5 St. Louis Blues 5–1 Edmonton Oilers 9–14–4 22
28 December 7 Edmonton Oilers 3–6 Calgary Flames 9–15–4 22
29 December 8 Calgary Flames 1–3 Edmonton Oilers 10–15–4 24
30 December 10 Edmonton Oilers 3–2 Minnesota North Stars 11–15–4 26
31 December 12 Edmonton Oilers 1–3 Tampa Bay Lightning 11–16–4 26
32 December 13 Edmonton Oilers 1–4 New York Islanders 11–17–4 26
33 December 16 Vancouver Canucks 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 12–17–4 28
34 December 18 Los Angeles Kings 5–5 Edmonton Oilers 12–17–5 29
35 December 21 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Calgary Flames 12–18–5 29
36 December 23 San Jose Sharks 2–4 Edmonton Oilers 13–18–5 31
37 December 27 Calgary Flames 7–3 Edmonton Oilers 13–19–5 31
38 December 29 Montreal Canadiens 6–3 Edmonton Oilers 13–20–5 31
39 December 31 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Winnipeg Jets 13–21–5 31
40 January 2 Tampa Bay Lightning 1–2 Edmonton Oilers 14–21–5 33
41 January 3 Philadelphia Flyers 2–2 Edmonton Oilers 14–21–6 34
42 January 5 Edmonton Oilers 1–6 St. Louis Blues 14–22–6 34
43 January 7 Edmonton Oilers 3–3 Chicago Blackhawks 14–22–7 35
44 January 9 Edmonton Oilers 3–4 Washington Capitals 14–23–7 35
45 January 10 Edmonton Oilers 0–4 Philadelphia Flyers 14–24–7 35
46 January 13 Winnipeg Jets 4–1 Edmonton Oilers 14–25–7 35
47 January 15 Hartford Whalers 1–3 Edmonton Oilers 15–25–7 37
48 January 17 Buffalo Sabres 2–3 Edmonton Oilers 16–25–7 39
49 January 19 Los Angeles Kings 5–4 Edmonton Oilers 16–26–7 39
50 January 22 Pittsburgh Penguins 1–2 Edmonton Oilers 17–26–7 41
51 January 23 Edmonton Oilers 5–8 Winnipeg Jets 17–27–7 41
52 January 27 Detroit Red Wings 2–2 Edmonton Oilers 17–27–8 42
53 January 31 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Buffalo Sabres 18–27–8 44
54 February 2 Edmonton Oilers 4–3 Boston Bruins 19–27–8 46
55 February 3 Edmonton Oilers 2–3 Ottawa Senators 19–28–8 46
56 February 9 Edmonton Oilers 6–3 Los Angeles Kings 20–28–8 48
57 February 12 San Jose Sharks 0–6 Edmonton Oilers 21–28–8 50
58 February 14 Quebec Nordiques 3–2 Edmonton Oilers 21–29–8 50
59 February 16 Edmonton Oilers 2–7 New York Islanders 21–30–8 50
60 February 18 Edmonton Oilers 5–4 Pittsburgh Penguins 22–30–8 52
61 February 20 Edmonton Oilers 3–7 Hartford Whalers 22–31–8 52
62 February 21 Edmonton Oilers 3–4 Montreal Canadiens 22–32–8 52
63 February 23 Edmonton Oilers 3–6 Quebec Nordiques 22–33–8 52
64 February 27 New York Rangers 1–0 Edmonton Oilers 22–34–8 52
65 February 28 San Jose Sharks 1–4 Edmonton Oilers 23–34–8 54
66 March 4 Winnipeg Jets 5–3 Edmonton Oilers 23–35–8 54
67 March 6 Edmonton Oilers 1–6 Los Angeles Kings 23–36–8 54
68 March 7 Edmonton Oilers 3–6 San Jose Sharks 23–37–8 54
69 March 10 Detroit Red Wings 6–3 Edmonton Oilers 23–38–8 54
70 March 12 New Jersey Devils 4–6 Edmonton Oilers 24–38–8 56
71 March 14 Chicago Blackhawks 5–4 Edmonton Oilers 24–39–8 56
72 March 17 Edmonton Oilers 4–3 New York Rangers 25–39–8 58
73 March 18 Edmonton Oilers 1–5 New Jersey Devils 25–40–8 58
74 March 20 Edmonton Oilers 2–4 Toronto Maple Leafs 25–41–8 58
75 March 21 Pittsburgh Penguins 6–4 Edmonton Oilers 25–42–8 58
76 March 26 Los Angeles Kings 4–1 Edmonton Oilers 25–43–8 58
77 March 27 Toronto Maple Leafs 6–2 Edmonton Oilers 25–44–8 58
78 March 31 Minnesota North Stars 2–5 Edmonton Oilers 26–44–8 60
79 April 3 Winnipeg Jets 6–4 Edmonton Oilers 26–45–8 60
80 April 6 Edmonton Oilers 2–5 San Jose Sharks 26–46–8 60
81 April 7 Edmonton Oilers 4–5 Vancouver Canucks 26–47–8 60
82 April 11 Winnipeg Jets 7–5 Edmonton Oilers 26–48–8 60
83 April 13 Calgary Flames 4–2 Edmonton Oilers 26–49–8 60
84 April 15 Edmonton Oilers 0–3 Winnipeg Jets 26–50–8 60

Season statsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

Player GP G A Pts PIM
Petr Klima 68 32 16 48 100
Shayne Corson 80 16 31 47 209
Craig Simpson 60 24 22 46 36
Dave Manson 83 15 30 45 210
Bernie Nicholls 46 8 32 40 40

GoaltendingEdit

Player GP TOI W L T GA SO Save % GAA
Bill Ranford 67 3753 17 38 6 240 1 .884 3.84
Ron Tugnutt 26 1338 9 12 2 93 0 .879 4.17

TransactionsEdit

TradesEdit

June 20, 1992 To New York Rangers
4th round pick in 1992 - Chris Ferraro
To Edmonton Oilers
4th round pick in 1992 - Ralph Intranuovo
8th round pick in 1992 - Colin Schmidt
August 4, 1992 To Minnesota North Stars
Collin Bauer
To Edmonton Oilers
Future considerations
August 27, 1992 To Montreal Canadiens
Vincent Damphousse
4th round pick in 1993 - Adam Wiesel
To Edmonton Oilers
Shayne Corson
Brent Gilchrist
Vladimir Vujtek
September 25, 1992 To Tampa Bay Lightning
Future considerations
To Edmonton Oilers
Jeff Bloemberg
December 11, 1992 To New York Rangers
Kevin Lowe
To Edmonton Oilers
Roman Oksiuta
3rd round pick in 1993 - Alexander Kerch
January 13, 1993 To New Jersey Devils
Bernie Nicholls
To Edmonton Oilers
Kevin Todd
Zdeno Ciger
January 16, 1993 To Philadelphia Flyers
Greg Hawgood
Josef Beranek
To Edmonton Oilers
Brian Benning
February 24, 1993 To Chicago Blackhawks
Joe Murphy
To Edmonton Oilers
Igor Kravchuk
Dean McAmmond
March 5, 1993 To Minnesota North Stars
Brent Gilchrist
To Edmonton Oilers
Todd Elik
March 17, 1993 To New York Rangers
Esa Tikkanen
To Edmonton Oilers
Doug Weight
March 22, 1993 To Chicago Blackhawks
Craig Muni
To Edmonton Oilers
Mike Hudson

Free agentsEdit

Player Former Team
D Ian Herbers Buffalo Sabres
D Brian Curran Buffalo Sabres
Player New Team
G Mike Greenlay Tampa Bay Lightning
F Stan Drulia Tampa Bay Lightning

Draft picksEdit

Edmonton's draft picks at the 1992 NHL Entry Draft

Round # Player Nationality College/Junior/Club Team (League)
113 Joe Hulbig Flag of the United States United States St. Sebastian's High School (USHS)
237 Martin Reichel Flag of Germany Germany Freiborg EHC (Germany)
361 Simon Roy Flag of Canada.svg Canada Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
365 Kirk Maltby Flag of Canada.svg Canada Owen Sound Platers (OHL)
496 Ralph Intranuovo Flag of Canada.svg Canada Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL)
5109 Joaquin Gage Flag of Canada.svg Canada Portland Winter Hawks (WHL)
7157 Steve Gibson Flag of Canada.svg Canada Windsor Spitfires (OHL)
8181 Kyuin Shim Flag of Korea South Korea Sherwood Park Crusaders (AJHL)
8190 Colin Schmidt Flag of Canada.svg Canada Regina Midgets (Sask.)
9205 Marko Tuomainen Flag of Finland Finland Clarkson University (NCAA)
11253 Brian Rasmussen Flag of Canada.svg Canada St. Louis Park High School (USHS)

ReferencesEdit



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