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This is a list of franchise records for the Edmonton Oilers of the National Hockey League.

All-Time Regular Season LeadersEdit

SkatersEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Kevin Lowe 1,037 1979–92
1996–98
2 Mark Messier 851 1979–91
3 Glenn Anderson 845 1980–91
1996
4 Kelly Buchberger 795 1986–99
5 Ryan Smyth 770 1994–07
Active leader
14 Ethan Moreau 577 1998–present
Goals
# Player G Seasons
1 Wayne Gretzky 583 1979–88
2 Jari Kurri 474 1980–90
3 Glenn Anderson 417 1980–91
1996
4 Mark Messier 392 1979–91
5 Ryan Smyth 265 1994–07
Active leader
12 Shawn Horcoff 120 2000–present
Assists
# Player A Seasons
1 Wayne Gretzky 1,086 1979–88
2 Mark Messier 642 1979–91
3 Jari Kurri 569 1980–90
4 Glenn Anderson 489 1980–91
1996
5 Paul Coffey 460 1980–87
Active leader
11 Ales Hemsky 238 2002–present
Points
# Player Pts Seasons
1 Wayne Gretzky 1,669 1979–88
2 Jari Kurri 1,043 1980–90
3 Mark Messier 1,034 1979–91
4 Glenn Anderson 906 1980–91
1996
5 Paul Coffey 669 1980–87
Active leader
13 Shawn Horcoff 338 2000–present
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Seasons
1 Kelly Buchberger 1,747 1986–99
2 Kevin McClelland 1,291 1983–90
3 Kevin Lowe 1,236 1979–92
1996–98
4 Mark Messier 1,122 1979–91
5 Steve Smith 1,080 1984–91
Active leader
15 Ethan Moreau 720 1998–present

DefensemenEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Kevin Lowe 1,037 1979–92
1996–98
2 Charlie Huddy 694 1980–91
3 Lee Fogolin 586 1979–87
4 Jason Smith 542 1998–07
5 Steve Staios 533 2001–present
Active leader
5 Steve Staios 533 2001–present
Goals
# Player G Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 209 1980–87
2 Charlie Huddy 81 1980–91
3 Kevin Lowe 74 1979–92
1996–98
4 Steve Smith 46 1984–91
5 Boris Mironov 42 1993–99
Active leader
9 Steve Staios 35 2001–present
Assists
# Player A Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 460 1980–87
2 Kevin Lowe 310 1979–92
1996–98
3 Charlie Huddy 287 1980–91
4 Steve Smith 172 1984–91
5 Janne Niinimaa 154 1997–03
Active leader
10 Steve Staios 104 2001–present
Points
# Player Pts Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 669 1980–87
2 Kevin Lowe 384 1979–92
1996–98
3 Charlie Huddy 368 1980–91
4 Steve Smith 218 1984–91
5 Randy Gregg 188 1981–90
Janne Niinimaa 188 1997–03
Active leader
10 Steve Staios 139 2001–present
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Seasons
1 Kevin Lowe 1,236 1979–92
1996–98
2 Steve Smith 1,080 1984–91
3 Lee Fogolin 886 1979–87
4 Marty McSorley 748 1985–88
1998–99
5 Jeff Beukeboom 733 1985–92
Active leader
7 Steve Staios 684 2001–present

GoaltendersEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Bill Ranford 449 1987–96
1999–00
2 Grant Fuhr 423 1981–91
3 Tommy Salo 334 1998–04
4 Andy Moog 235 1980–87
5 Dwayne Roloson 193 2005–09
Active leader
T-24 Jeff Deslauriers 10 2008–present
Losses
# Player L Seasons
1 Bill Ranford 193 1987–96
1999–00
2 Tommy Salo 128 1998–04
3 Grant Fuhr 117 1981–91
4 Dwayne Roloson 80 2005–09
5 Curtis Joseph 76 1995–98
Active leader
T-25 Jeff Deslauriers 3 2008–present
Wins
# Player W Seasons
1 Grant Fuhr 226 1981–91
2 Bill Ranford 167 1987–96
1999–00
3 Tommy Salo 147 1998–04
4 Andy Moog 143 1980–87
5 Dwayne Roloson 78 2005–09
Active leader
T-21 Jeff Deslauriers 4 2008–present
Shutouts
# Player SO Seasons
1 Tommy Salo 23 1998–04
2 Curtis Joseph 14 1995–98
3 Grant Fuhr 9 1981–91
4 Bill Ranford 8 1987–96
1999–00
5 Dwayne Roloson 6 2005–09
Active leader
T-13 Jeff Deslauriers 0 2008–present

CoachesEdit

Games coached
# Coach GC Seasons
1 Glen Sather 842 1979–89
1993–94
2 Craig MacTavish 656 2000–09
3 Ron Low 341 1995–99
4 Ted Green 188 1991–94
5 John Muckler 160 1989–91
Active leader
9 Pat Quinn 0 2009–present
Games won
# Coach GW Seasons
1 Glen Sather 464 1979–89
1993–94
2 Craig MacTavish 301 2000–09
3 Ron Low 139 1995–99
4 John Muckler 75 1989–91
5 Ted Green 65 1991–94
Active leader
9 Pat Quinn 0 2009–present

Single season recordsEdit

TeamEdit

Wins
# W Season
1 57 1983–84
2 56 1985–86
3 50 1986–87
4 49 1984–85
5 48 1981–82
Most goals for
# GF Season
1 446 1983–84
2 426 1985–86
3 424 1982–83
4 417 1981–82
5 401 1984–85
Most goals against
# GA Season
1 337 1992–93
2 327 1980–81
3 322 1979–80
4 315 1982–83
5 314 1983–84
Points
# Pts Season
1 119 1983–84
119 1985–86
3 111 1981–82
4 109 1984–85
5 106 1982–83
106 1986–87
Fewest goals for (minimum 78 game season)
# GF Season
1 195 2006–07
2 205 2001–02
3 215 1997–98
4 221 2003–04
5 226 1999–00
Fewest goals against (minimum 78 game season)
# GA Season
1 182 2001–02
2 208 2003–04
3 212 1999–00
4 222 2000–01
5 224 1997–98

SkatersEdit

Goals
# Player G Season
1 Wayne Gretzky 92 1981–82
2 Wayne Gretzky 87 1983–84
3 Wayne Gretzky 73 1984–85
4 Wayne Gretzky 71 1982–83
Jari Kurri 71 1984–85
Assists
# Player A Season
1 Wayne Gretzky 163 1985–86
2 Wayne Gretzky 135 1984–85
3 Wayne Gretzky 125 1982–83
4 Wayne Gretzky 121 1986–87
5 Wayne Gretzky 120 1981–82
Points
# Player Pts Season
1 Wayne Gretzky 215 1985–86
2 Wayne Gretzky 212 1981–82
3 Wayne Gretzky 208 1984–85
4 Wayne Gretzky 205 1983–84
5 Wayne Gretzky 196 1982–83
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Season
1 Steve Smith 286 1987–88
2 Kevin McClelland 281 1987–88
3 Kevin McClelland 266 1985–86
4 Marty McSorley 265 1985–86
5 Kevin McClelland 238 1986–87

DefensemenEdit

Goals
# Player G Season
1 Paul Coffey 48 1985–86
2 Paul Coffey 40 1983–84
3 Paul Coffey 37 1984–85
4 Paul Coffey 29 1981–82
Paul Coffey 29 1982–83
Assists
# Player A Season
1 Paul Coffey 90 1985–86
2 Paul Coffey 86 1983–84
3 Paul Coffey 84 1984–85
4 Paul Coffey 67 1982–83
5 Paul Coffey 60 1981–82
Points
# Player Pts Season
1 Paul Coffey 138 1985–86
2 Paul Coffey 126 1983–84
3 Paul Coffey 121 1984–85
4 Paul Coffey 96 1982–83
5 Paul Coffey 89 1981–82
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Season
1 Steve Smith 286 1987–88
2 Marty McSorley 265 1985–86
3 Marty McSorley 223 1987–88
4 Dave Manson 220 1991–92
5 Dave Manson 210 1992–93

GoaltendersEdit

Wins
# Player W Season
1 Grant Fuhr 40 1987–88
2 Tommy Salo 36 2000–01
3 Andy Moog 33 1982–83
4 Curtis Joseph 32 1996–97
5 Grant Fuhr 30 1983–84
Tommy Salo 30 2001–02
Losses
# Player L Season
1 Bill Ranford 38 1992–93
2 Bill Ranford 34 1993–94
Dwayne Roloson 34 2006–07
4 Curtis Joseph 31 1997–98
5 Curtis Joseph 29 1996–97

All-Time Post-Season LeadersEdit

SkatersEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Kevin Lowe 172 1979–92
1996–98
2 Mark Messier 166 1979–91
3 Glenn Anderson 164 1980–91
4 Jari Kurri 146 1980–90
5 Charlie Huddy 138 1981–91
Active leader
T-35 Ethan Moreau 40 1998–01
2002–03
2005–06
Goals
# Player G Seasons
1 Jari Kurri 92 1980–90
2 Wayne Gretzky 81 1979–88
Glenn Anderson 81 1980–91
4 Mark Messier 80 1979–91
5 Esa Tikkanen 51 1985–92
Active leader
13 Fernando Pisani 15 2002–03
2005–06
Assists
# Player A Seasons
1 Wayne Gretzky 171 1979–88
2 Mark Messier 135 1979–91
3 Jari Kurri 110 1980–90
4 Glenn Anderson 102 1980–91
5 Paul Coffey 67 1980–87
Active leader
T-25 Shawn Horcoff 13 2000–01
2002–03
2005–06
Points
# Player Pts Seasons
1 Wayne Gretzky 252 1979–88
2 Mark Messier 215 1979–91
3 Jari Kurri 202 1980–90
4 Glenn Anderson 183 1980–91
5 Paul Coffey 103 1980–87
Active leader
T-24 Shawn Horcoff 23 2000–01
2002–03
2005–06
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Seasons
1 Glenn Anderson 314 1980–91
2 Kevin McClelland 276 1983–89
3 Steve Smith 216 1985–91
4 Dave Hunter 211 1979–87
1988–89
5 Dave Semenko 193 1979–86
Active leader
T-32 Ethan Moreau 43 1998–01
2002–03
2005–06

DefensemenEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Kevin Lowe 172 1979–92
1996–98
2 Charlie Huddy 138 1981–91
3 Randy Gregg 130 1981–90
4 Paul Coffey 94 1980–87
5 Steve Smith 87 1985–91
Active leader
13 Steve Staios 30 2002–03
2005–06
Goals
# Player G Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 36 1980–87
2 Randy Gregg 13 1981–90
3 Steve Smith 10 1984–91
4 Kevin Lowe 9 1979–92
1996–98
5 Charlie Huddy 6 1981–91
Active leader
T-18 Steve Staios 1 2002–03
2005–06
Assists
# Player A Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 67 1980–87
2 Charlie Huddy 61 1981–91
3 Kevin Lowe 43 1979–92
1996–98
4 Randy Gregg 39 1981–90
5 Steve Smith 29 1985–91
Active leader
T-19 Steve Staios 5 2002–03
2005–06
Points
# Player Pts Seasons
1 Paul Coffey 103 1980–87
2 Charlie Huddy 67 1981–91
3 Randy Gregg 52 1981–90
Kevin Lowe 52 1979–92
1996–98
5 Steve Smith 39 1985–91
Active leader
T-20 Steve Staios 6 2002–03
2005–06
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Seasons
1 Steve Smith 216 1985–91
2 Marty McSorley 184 1985–88
1998–99
3 Paul Coffey 167 1980–87
4 Marty McSorley 156 1985–88
1998–99
5 Randy Gregg 133 1981–90
Active leader
17 Steve Staios 32 2002–03
2005–06

GoaltendersEdit

Games played
# Player GP Seasons
1 Grant Fuhr 111 1981–89
1990–91
2 Bill Ranford 41 1989–92
3 Andy Moog 37 1980–81
1982–87
4 Curtis Joseph 24 1996–98
5 Tommy Salo 21 1998–01
2002–03
Active leader
T-14 Jeff Deslauriers 0
Nikolai Khabibulin 0
Losses
# Player L Seasons
1 Grant Fuhr 32 1981–89
1990–91
2 Bill Ranford 16 1989–92
Tommy Salo 16 1998–01
2002–03
4 Curtis Joseph 14 1996–98
5 Andy Moog 9 1980–81
1982–87
Active leader
T-10 Jeff Deslauriers 0
Nikolai Khabibulin 0
Wins
# Player W Seasons
1 Grant Fuhr 74 1981–89
1990–91
2 Bill Ranford 25 1987–92
3 Andy Moog 23 1980–81
1982–87
4 Dwayne Roloson 12 2005–06
5 Curtis Joseph 10 1996–98
Active leader
T-8 Jeff Deslauriers 0
Nikolai Khabibulin 0
Shutouts
# Player SO Seasons
1 Curtis Joseph 5 1996–98
2 Bill Ranford 3 1987–92
3 Grant Fuhr 2 1981–89
1990–91
4 Jussi Markkanen 1 2002–03
2005–06
Dwayne Roloson 1 2005–06
Active leader
T-6 Jeff Deslauriers 0
Nikolai Khabibulin 0

CoachesEdit

Games coached
# Coach GC Seasons
1 Glen Sather 126 1979–89
2 John Muckler 40 1989–91
3 Craig MacTavish 36 2000–01
2002–03
2005–06
4 Ron Low 28 1996–99
5 Ted Green 16 1991–92
Active leader
T-7 Pat Quinn 0
Games won
# Coach GW Seasons
1 Glen Sather 89 1979–89
2 John Muckler 25 1989–91
3 Craig MacTavish 19 2000–01
2002–03
2005–06
4 Ron Low 10 1996–99
5 Ted Green 8 1991–92
Active leader
T-7 Pat Quinn 0

Single season playoff recordsEdit

TeamEdit

Games played
# GP Season
1 24 2006
2 22 1990
3 21 1987
4 19 1984
5 18 1985
18 1988
18 1991
Wins
# W Season
1 16 1987
16 1988
16 1990
4 15 1984
15 1985
15 2006
Losses
# L Season
1 9 1991
9 2006
3 8 1992
4 7 1997
7 1998
Most goals for
# GF Season
1 98 1985
2 94 1984
3 93 1990
4 87 1987
87 1988
Most goals against
# GA Season
1 61 2006
2 60 1990
60 1991
4 57 1985
57 1987

SkatersEdit

Goals
# Player G Season
1 Jari Kurri 19 1985
2 Wayne Gretzky 17 1985
3 Craig Simpson 16 1990
4 Mark Messier 15 1983
Jari Kurri 15 1987
Assists
# Player A Season
1 Wayne Gretzky 31 1988
2 Wayne Gretzky 30 1985
3 Wayne Gretzky 29 1987
4 Wayne Gretzky 26 1983
5 Paul Coffey 25 1985
Points
# Player Pts Season
1 Wayne Gretzky 47 1985
2 Wayne Gretzky 43 1988
3 Wayne Gretzky 38 1983
4 Paul Coffey 37 1985
5 Wayne Gretzky 35 1984
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Season
1 Kevin McClelland 75 1985
2 Esa Tikkanen 72 1988
3 Dave Semenko 69 1983
4 Kevin McClelland 68 1988
5 Marty McSorley 67 1988

DefensemenEdit

Goals
# Player G Season
1 Paul Coffey 12 1985
2 Paul Coffey 8 1984
3 Paul Coffey 7 1983
4 Steve Smith 5 1990
Chris Pronger 5 2006
Assists
# Player A Season
1 Paul Coffey 25 1985
2 Charlie Huddy 17 1985
3 Chris Pronger 16 2006
4 Paul Coffey 14 1984
5 Steve Smith 11 1988
Reijo Ruotsalainen 11 1990
Jaroslav Spacek 11 2006
Points
# Player Pts Season
1 Paul Coffey 37 1985
2 Paul Coffey 22 1984
3 Chris Pronger 21 2006
4 Charlie Huddy 20 1985
5 Steve Smith 15 1990
Penalties in minutes
# Player PIM Season
1 Marty McSorley 67 1988
2 Marty McSorley 65 1987
3 Don Jackson 64 1985
4 Steve Smith 55 1988
5 Marty McSorley 50 1986

GoaltendersEdit

Wins
# Player W Season
1 Grant Fuhr 16 1988
Bill Ranford 16 1990
3 Grant Fuhr 15 1985
4 Grant Fuhr 14 1987
5 Dwayne Roloson 12 2006
Losses
# Player L Season
1 Bill Ranford 8 1992
2 Bill Ranford 7 1991
Curtis Joseph 7 1997
Curtis Joseph 7 1998
5 Bill Ranford 6 1990

Single game recordsEdit

TeamEdit

Total[1] Date(s)
Longest winning streak 9 games February 20 – March 13, 2001
Longest home winning streak 8 games January 19 – February 22, 1985
February 24 – April 2, 1986
Longest road winning streak 8 games December 19, 1986 – January 17, 1987
Longest unbeaten streak 15 games – 12 wins, 3 ties October 11 – November 9, 1984
Longest home unbeaten streak 14 games – 11 wins, 3 ties November 15, 1989 – January 6, 1990
Longest road unbeaten streak 9 games – 6 wins, 3 ties
9 games – 7 wins, 2 ties
January 17 – March 2, 1982
December 23, 1982 – January 18, 1983
Longest unbeaten streak from start of season 15 games – 12 wins, 3 ties October 11 – November 9, 1984 (NHL record)
Longest losing streak 11 games October 16 – November 7, 1993
Longest home losing streak 9 games October 16 – November 24, 1993
Longest road losing streak 9 games November 15 – December 30, 1980
February 25 – April 5, 2007
Longest winless streak 14 games – 13 losses, 1 tie October 11 – November 7, 1993
Longest home winless streak 9 games – 9 losses October 16 – November 24, 1993
Longest road winless streak 11 games – 7 losses, 4 ties December 18, 2001 – February 8, 2002
Longest consecutive games streak without being shutout 229 games March 15, 1981 – February 11, 1984
Longest stretch without scoring a goal 207 minutes, 44 seconds April 1, 2007 – April 7, 2007
Longest consecutive streak a game in overtime 5 games December 10 – 18, 2008
Goals for 13 Oilers 13, Devils 4 – November 19, 1983
Oilers 13, Canucks 0 – November 8, 1985
Goals against 11 Oilers 0, Whalers 11 – February 12, 1984
Oilers 9, Maple Leafs 11 – January 8, 1986
Goals for, one period 7 Third period, Oilers 10, Canucks 7 – October 18, 1983
Second period, Oilers 9, Maple Leafs 4 – February 19, 1985
Third period, Oilers 13, Canucks 0 – November 8, 1985
Goals against, one period
Total goals 21 Oilers 12, Blackhawks 9 – December 11, 1985 (ties NHL record)
Fastest two goals for 7 seconds November 23, 2009 (First period vs. Coyotes. Sheldon Souray scored at 11:07 and Ales Hemsky scored at 11:14. Coyotes goaltender was Ilya Bryzgalov).
Fastest three goals for 45 seconds March 25, 1981 (Third period vs. Whalers. Wayne Gretzky at 19:04, Mark Messier at 19:18, and Glenn Anderson at 19:49. Oilers won 7 – 2 and all three goals were scored into an empty net).
Fastest four goals for 1 minute, 41 seconds January 20, 1982 (Third period vs. Blues. Tom Roulston at 13:57, Dave Lumley at 14:17, Wayne Gretzky at 15:30, and Glenn Anderson at 15:38. Blues goaltender was Gary Edwards).
Fastest five goals for 5 minutes, 38 seconds February 27, 2004 (Second period vs. Coyotes. Fernando Pisani at 9:50, Adam Oates at 10:42, Shawn Horcoff at 13:39, Ethan Moreau at 13:59, and Ethan Moreau at 15:28. Coyotes goaltenders were Brian Boucher [3] and Jean-Marc Pelletier [2]).
Fastest two goals from start of a game 24 seconds March 28, 1982 vs. Kings (Mark Messier at 0:14 and Dave Lumley at 0:24. Goaltender was Doug Keans).
Fastest three goals from start of a game 3 minutes, 25 seconds December 16, 1981 vs. Rockies (Wayne Gretzky at 0:59, Garry Unger at 2:46, and Mark Messier at 3:25. Goaltender was Glenn Resch).
Fastest two goals from start of a period 24 seconds March 28, 1982 vs. Kings (Mark Messier at 0:14 and Dave Lumley at 0:24. Goaltender was Doug Keans). (NHL record)
Fastest three goals from start of a period 2 minutes, 27 seconds December 4, 1982 vs. Flames (Wayne Gretzky at 0:33, Jari Kurri at 1:31, and Ken Linseman at 2:27. Goaltender was Don Edwards).
Fastest Hat Trick for in one game 2 minutes, 1 second October 12, 2006 vs. Sharks by Ryan Smyth

PlayerEdit

Total[2] Date(s)
Most goals 5 Wayne Gretzky February 18, 1981 vs. Blues (Goaltenders were Mike Liut [3] and Ed Staniowski [2]).
Wayne Gretzky – December 30, 1981 vs. Flyers (Goaltender was Pete Peeters [4]. Gretzky also scored one goal into an empty net).
Jari Kurri – November 19, 1983 vs. Devils (Goaltenders were Ron Low and Glenn Resch).
Pat Hughes – February 3, 1984 vs. Flames (Goaltenders were Don Edwards and Rejean Lemelin).
Wayne Gretzky – December 15, 1984 vs. Blues (Goaltender was Rick Wamsley).
Wayne Gretzky – December 6, 1987 vs. North Stars (Goaltenders were Don Beaupre [4] and Kari Takko [1]).
Most goals by a Defenseman 4 Paul Coffey – December 26, 1984 vs. Flames (Goaltenders was Rejean Lemelin).
Most goals, one home game 5 Wayne Gretzky – February 18, 1981 vs. Blues (Goaltenders were Mike Liut [3] and Ed Staniowski [2]).
Wayne Gretzky – December 30, 1981 vs. Flyers (Goaltender was Pete Peeters [4]. Gretzky also scored one goal into an empty net).
Jari Kurri – November 19, 1983 vs. Devils (Goaltenders were Ron Low and Glenn Resch).
Pat Hughes – February 3, 1984 vs. Flames (Goaltenders were Don Edwards and Rejean Lemelin).
Wayne Gretzky – December 6, 1987 vs. North Stars (Goaltenders were Don Beaupre [4] and Kari Takko [1]).
Most goals, one away game 5 Wayne Gretzky – December 15, 1984 vs. Blues (Goaltender was Rick Wamsley).
Most power play goals 3 Glenn Anderson – November 19, 1988 vs. Maple Leafs (Goaltenders were Ken Wregget and Jeff Reese).
Most shorthanded goals 2 Esa Tikkanen – November 12, 1988 vs. Maple Leafs (Goaltender was Allan Bester).
Most goals, one period 4 Wayne Gretzky – Third period, February 18, 1981 vs. Blues (Goaltenders were Mike Liut [2] and Ed Staniowski [3]).
Most assists 7 Wayne Gretzky – February 15, 1980 vs. Capials (Goaltender was Wayne Stephenson). (ties NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – December 11, 1985 vs. Blackhawks (Goaltenders were Murray Bannerman [5] and Bob Sauve [4]). (ties NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – February 14, 1986 vs. Nordiques (Goaltenders were Clint Malarchuk [3] and Mario Gosselin [4]). (ties NHL record)
Most assists by a Defenseman 6 Paul Coffey – March 14, 1986 vs. Red Wings (Goaltenders were Greg Stefan and Eddie Mio). (tie NHL record)
Most assists, one home game 7 Wayne Gretzky – February 15, 1980 vs. Capials (Goaltender was Wayne Stephenson). (ties NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – February 14, 1986 vs. Nordiques (Goaltenders were Clint Malarchuk [3] and Mario Gosselin [4]). (ties NHL record)
Most assists, one away game 7 Wayne Gretzky – December 11, 1985 vs. Blackhawks (Goaltenders were Murray Bannerman [5] and Bob Sauve [4]). (ties NHL record)
Most assists, one period 4 Wayne Gretzky – First period, February 4, 1983 vs. Canadiens (Goaltender was Rick Wamsley). (NHL record)
Jari Kurri – Second period, October 7, 1983 vs. Jets (Goaltender was Brian Hayward) (NHL record).
Mark Messier – Second period, January 4, 1984 vs. North Stars (Goaltender was Gilles Meloche). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – Second period, October 26, 1984 vs. Kings (Goaltender was Darren Eliot). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – Third period, October 15, 1986 vs. Nordiques (Goaltender was Clint Malarchuk). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – Second period, February 18, 1987 vs. Maple Leafs (Goaltender was Allan Bester). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – Third period, November 14, 1987 vs. Blues (Goaltender was Rick Wamsley). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – First period, March 4, 1988 vs. Flyers (Goaltender was Mark LaForest). (NHL record)
Wayne Gretzky – Second period, March 7, 1988 vs. Jets (Goaltender was Daniel Berthiaume). (NHL record)
Most points 8 Wayne Gretzky – November 19, 1983 vs. Devils (3 goals, 5 assists. Goaltenders were Ron Low [5] and Glenn Resch [3]).
Wayne Gretzky – January 4, 1984 vs. North Stars (4 goals, 4 assists. Goaltenders were Don Beaupre [4] and Gilles Meloche [4]).
Paul Coffey – March 14, 1986 vs. Red Wings (2 goals, 6 assists. Goaltenders were Greg Stefan and Eddie Mio).
Most points by a Defenseman 8 Paul Coffey – March 14, 1986 vs. Red Wings (2 goals, 6 assists. Goaltenders were Greg Stefan and Eddie Mio). (ties NHL record)
Most points, one home game 8 Wayne Gretzky – November 19, 1983 vs. Devils (3 goals, 5 assists. Goaltenders were Ron Low [5] and Glenn Resch [3]).
Wayne Gretzky – January 4, 1984 vs. North Stars (4 goals, 4 assists. Goaltenders were Don Beaupre [4] and Gilles Meloche [4]).
Paul Coffey – March 14, 1986 vs. Red Wings (2 goals, 6 assists. Goaltenders were Greg Stefan and Eddie Mio).
Most points, one away game 7 Wayne Gretzky – November 6, 1983 vs. Jets (4 goals, 3 assists. Goaltender was Doug Soetaert).
Most points, one period 5 Jari Kurri – October 26, 1984 vs. Kings (2 goals, 3 assists. Goaltender was Darren Eliot).
Most penalty minutes 42 Dave Semenko – March 13, 1982 vs. Canucks (1 minor, 2 majors, 2 ten minute misconducts, 1 match penalty).
Most penalty minutes, one period 41 Lee Fogolin – March 28, 1981 vs. Red Wings (3 minors, 1 major, 1 ten minute misconduct, 1 game misconduct, 1 gross misconduct).

MiscellaneousEdit

  • January 2010 became the first calendar month in Oilers history where the team did not record a single win.


ReferencesEdit

  1. Gaschnitz, K. Michael (2003). . McFarland. 
  2. Gaschnitz, K. Michael (2003). . McFarland. 



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