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EDMONTON OILERS
HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
INDUCTEES

 

01. 1978: Jacques Plante
02. 1982: Norm Ullman
03. 1997: Glen Sather
04. 1999: Wayne Gretzky
05. 2001: Jari Kurri
06. 2003: Grant Fuhr
07. 2004: Paul Coffey
08. 2007: Mark Messier
09. 2008: Glenn Anderson
10. 2012: Adam Oates
11. 2015: Chris Pronger
12. 2016: Pat Quinn
13. 2017: Clare Drake
14. 2020: Ken Holland
15. 2020: Kevin Lowe

 

EDMONTON OILERS
U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
INDUCTEES


01. 1993: David Langevin
02. 1996: Reed Larson
03. 1997: Tim Sheehy
04. 2013: Bill Guerin
05. 2013: Doug Weight
06. 2016: Hans-Juergen Merz
07. 2018: Paul Stewart

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THE SIX REMAINING EDMONTON OILERS PLAYERS FROM 1980s STANLEY CUP DYNASTY WHO MUST BE INDUCTED INTO THE HOCKEY HALL OF FAME

HOCKEY HALL OF FAME ELIGIBILITY YEARS


01. Charlie Huddy (Eligible Since 2000)
02. Craig MacTavish (Eligible Since 2000)
03. Andy Moog (Eligible Since 2001)
04. Kent Nilsson (Eligible Since 2001)
05. Adam Graves (Eligible Since 2006)
06. Esa Tikkanen (Eligible Since 2008)

TOTAL NUMBER OF NHL TEAMS PLAYED FOR

01. Esa Tikkanen (7)
02. Craig MacTavish (5)
03. Kent Nilsson (5)
04. Charlie Huddy (4)
05. Andy Moog (4)
06. Adam Graves (4)

TOTAL STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS

01. Charlie Huddy (5)
02. Esa Tikkanen (4)
03. Craig MacTavish (4)
04. Andy Moog (3)
05. Adam Graves (2)
06. Kent Nilsson (1)

TOTAL NHL REGULAR SEASON GAMES PLAYED

01. Adam Graves (1152)
02. Craig MacTavish (1093)
03. Charlie Huddy (1017)
04. Esa Tikkanen (877)
05. Andy Moog (713)
06. Kent Nilsson (553)

TOTAL NHL REGULAR SEASON GOALS SCORED

01. Adam Graves (329)
02. Kent Nilsson (264)
03. Esa Tikkanen (244)
04. Craig MacTavish (213)
05. Charlie Huddy (99)
06. Andy Moog (0)

TOTAL NHL REGULAR SEASON ASSISTS

01. Kent Nilsson (422)
02. Esa Tikkanen (386)
03. Charlie Huddy (354)
04. Adam Graves (287)
05. Craig MacTavish (267)
06. Andy Moog (24)

TOTAL NHL REGULAR SEASON POINTS

01. Kent Nilsson (686)
02. Esa Tikkanen (630)
03. Adam Graves (616)
04. Craig MacTavish (480)
05. Charlie Huddy (453)
06. Andy Moog (24)

TOTAL NHL PLAYOFF GAMES PLAYED

01. Craig MacTavish (193)
02. Esa Tikkanen (186)
03. Charlie Huddy (183)
04. Andy Moog (132)
05. Adam Graves (125)
06. Kent Nilsson (59)

TOTAL NHL PLAYOFF GOALS SCORED

01. Esa Tikkanen (72)
02. Adam Graves (38)
03. Craig MacTavish (20)
04. Charlie Huddy (19)
05. Kent Nilsson (11)
06. Andy Moog (0)

TOTAL NHL PLAYOFF ASSISTS

01. Charlie Huddy (66)
02. Esa Tikkanen (60)
03. Kent Nilsson (41)
04. Craig MacTavish (38)
05. Adam Graves (27)
06. Andy Moog (4)

TOTAL NHL PLAYOFF POINTS

01. Esa Tikkanen (132)
02. Charlie Huddy (85)
03. Adam Graves (65)
04. Craig MacTavish (58)
05. Kent Nilsson (52)
06. Andy Moog (4)


THE NUMBER OF NHL TEAMS THEY PLAYED FOR

ANDY MOOG (4)

01. Edmonton Oilers (3 Stanley Cup Championships)
02. Boston Bruins
03. Dallas Stars
04. Montreal Canadiens

CHARLIE HUDDY (4)

01. Edmonton Oilers (5 Stanley Cup Championships)
02. Los Angeles Kings
03. Buffalo Sabres
04. St. Louis Blues

ADAM GRAVES (4)

01. Detroit Red Wings
02. Edmonton Oilers (1 Stanley Cup Championship)
03. New York Rangers (1 Stanley Cup Championship)
04. San Jose Sharks

CRAIG MACTAVISH (5)

01. Boston Bruins
02. Edmonton Oilers (3 Stanley Cup Championships)
03. New York Rangers (1 Stanley Cup Championship)
04. Philadelphia Flyers
05. St. Louis Blues

KENT NILSSON (5)

01. Winnipeg Jets
02. Atlanta Flames
03. Calgary Flames
04. Minnesota North Stars
05. Edmonton Oilers (1 Stanley Cup Championship)

ESA TIKKANEN (7)

01. Edmonton Oilers (3 Stanley Cup Championships)
02. New York Rangers (1 Stanley Cup Championship)
03. St. Louis Blues
04. New Jersey Devils
05. Vancouver Canucks
06. Florida Panthers
07. Washington Capitals

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THE EDMONTON OILERS (1979-1990)

HOCKEY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

AND RETIRED NUMBERS

 

01. 1997 - Glen Sather

02. 1999 - (#99) Wayne Gretzky

03. 2001 - (#17) Jari Kurri

04. 2003 - (#31) Grant Fuhr

05. 2004 - (#7) Paul Coffey

06. 2007 - (#11) Mark Messier

07. 2008 - (#9) Glenn Anderson

08. 2020 - (#4) Kevin Lowe

 

WHO'S NEXT?

 

01. John Muckler

02. Walter Gretzky

03. Kent Nilsson

04. (#35) Andy Moog

05. (#10) Esa Tikkanen

06. (#22) Charlie Huddy

07. (#14) Craig MacTavish

08. Adam Graves

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THE 7 PLAYERS WHO WON ALL 5 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
WITH THE EDMONTON OILERS (1984 * 1985 * 1987 * 1988 * 1990)


1. Jari Kurri

2. Grant Fuhr

3. Kevin Lowe

4. Randy Gregg

5. Mark Messier

6. Charlie Huddy

7. Glenn Anderson

 

THE 7 PLAYERS WHO WON STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

WITH THE EDMONTON OILERS AND THE NEW YORK RANGERS

(1990 * 1994)

 

1. Kevin Lowe

2. Adam Graves

3. Mark Messier

4. Esa Tikkanen

5. Glenn Anderson

6. Craig MacTavish

7. Jeff Beukeboom

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Andy Moog, Esa Tikkanen, Charlie Huddy, Kent Nilsson, Craig MacTavish for the Hockey Hall of Fame!

 

Andy Moog (3 Stanley Cup Rings with Edmonton Oilers; 372 Wins; 28 Shutouts; The William M. Jennings Trophy 1990; NHL All-Star 1985, 1986, 1991, 1997)
Charlie Huddy (5 Stanley Cup Rings with Edmonton Oilers; 1017 Games Played; Holds NHL Record For All-Time Playoff Plus/Minus with +98)
Esa Tikkanen (4 Stanley Cup Rings: 3 Edmonton Oilers; 1 New York Rangers)
Craig MacTavish (4 Stanley Cup Rings: 3 Edmonton Oilers; 1 New York Rangers; NHL All-Star 1996; 1093 Games Played)

Kent Nilsson (1 Stanley Cup Ring with the Edmonton Oilers; highly regarded by many as a very talented skater and scorer)

 

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EDMONTON OILERS
HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
INDUCTEES

 

01. 1978 - Jacques Plante
02. 1982 - Norm Ullman
03. 1997 - Glen Sather
04. 1999 - Wayne Gretzky
05. 2001 - Jari Kurri
06. 2003 - Grant Fuhr
07. 2004 - Paul Coffey
08. 2007 - Mark Messier
09. 2008 - Glenn Anderson
10. 2012 - Adam Oates
11. 2015 - Chris Pronger
12. 2016 - Pat Quinn
13. 2017 - Clare Drake
14. 2020 - Ken Holland
15. 2020 - Kevin Lowe

 

EDMONTON OILERS
U.S. HOCKEY HALL OF FAME
INDUCTEES


01. 1993 - David Langevin
02. 1996 - Reed Larson
03. 1997 - Tim Sheehy
04. 2013 - Bill Guerin
05. 2013 - Doug Weight
06. 2016 - Hans-Juergen Merz
07. 2018 - Paul Stewart

 

EDMONTON OILERS

WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

 

01. 2010 - Wayne Gretzky

02. 2010 - Al Hamilton

03. 2010 - Jacques Plante

04. 2010 - Glen Sather

05. 2010 - Paul Shmyr

 

ALBERTA OILERS

 

WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

 

01. 2010 - Al Hamilton

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1980s EDMONTON OILERS

DYNASTY GOALTENDERS

 

1979-1983 - Ron Low

1980-1987 - Andy Moog

1981-1991 - Grant Fuhr

1987-1996 - Bill Ranford

1989-1990 - Eldon Reddick

 

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