Tulsa Oilers

American ice hockey team

The Tulsa Oilers are an American professional ice hockey team. They began playing in 1992 in the Central Hockey League (CHL). The team now plays in the ECHL. They play their home games in Tulsa, Oklahoma at BOK Center. They are the ECHL affiliate for the Anaheim Ducks of the National Hockey League (NHL). They are also the affiliates for the San Diego Gulls of the American Hockey League (AHL).

Tulsa Oilers
CityTulsa, Oklahoma
LeagueECHL
ConferenceWestern
DivisionMountain
Founded1992 (in the CHL)
Home arenaBOK Center
ColoursNavy blue, maroon, silver, white
       
General managerTaylor Hall
Head coachRob Murray
AffiliatesAnaheim Ducks (NHL)
San Diego Gulls (AHL)
WebsiteOfficial website
Franchise history
1992–presentTulsa Oilers
Championships
Division titles1 (2018–19)
Ray Miron President's Cup1 (1993)

During their time in the CHL, the Tulsa Oilers would win one Ray Miron Cups. They would win the Cup in 1993, becoming the very first winners of the Cup. They defeated the Oklahoma City Blazers four games to one.[1]

In 2014, the CHL would end up going out of business. In October 2014, the Oilers, Allan Americans, Brampton Beast, Missouri Mavericks, Quad City Mallards, Rapid City Rush, and Wichita Thunder would all be accepted as new teams in the ECHL.[2]

On October 24, 2014, the Tulsa Oilers would play their first game in the ECHL. They would be defeat the Allen Americans 9–6.[3]

On July 1, 2020, the Oilers and the Anaheim Ducks announced their affiliation.[4] The Oilers were formerly affiliates of the Winnipeg Jets and St. Louis Blues.[5][6]

References

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  1. "Well-Oiled Machine Finishes Blazers Tulsa Captures CHL Championship". The Oklahoman. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  2. "ECHL Accepts Seven New Members". ECHL. Archived from the original on October 9, 2014. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  3. "Tulsa Oilers @ Allen Americans - October 24, 2014". ECHL. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  4. "Oilers announce affiliation agreement with Anaheim, San Diego". ECHL. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  5. "Jets find new ECHL partner". Winnipeg Sun. Retrieved February 9, 2024.
  6. "Blues to have ECHL affiliate in Tulsa". St. Louis Blues. Retrieved February 9, 2024.

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