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This Review contains major "Edmonton"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- Edmonton is an area in the east of the London Borough of Enfield, distinct from Enfield Town.
- Edmonton is the most northerly major city in Canada, and serves as a gateway and hub for resource development in northern Canada.
- Edmonton is a place in the eastern part of the London Borough of Enfield.
- Edmonton, the capital city of Alberta, is located just south of the centre of the province.
- Edmonton is the capital of the province of Alberta and holds all main provincial areas of government such as the Provincial Legislature of Alberta.
- That’s life as an alpine skiing star when you’re betrothed to Kevin Lowe, the general manager of the Edmonton Oilers.
- It should take the wind out of the sails of the team just because Smyth was the guy in Edmonton.
- Smyth was selected 6th overall in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft by the Edmonton Oilers.
- June 27, 1981 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian lacrosse player who plays for the Philadelphia Wings of the National Lacrosse League.
- Less than a year later, he was dealt, along with Mariusz Czerkawski and a first-round draft choice to the Edmonton Oilers for Bill Ranford.
- To come in the fall are stations in Montreal, Edmonton and Kitchener with applications in for Saskatoon and Regina.
- Nothing has come easy this season for the Detroit Red Wings against the Edmonton Oilers, the NHL's worst team.
- Carson only played two seasons in Edmonton before being traded to the Detroit Red Wings.
- The Edmonton Oilers once again regained control of top spot in the NHL and last year's best team, the Philadelphia Flyers slipped to second.
- Ken Hitchcock (born December 17, 1951 in Edmonton, Alberta) is an NHL hockey coach who currently coaches the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Canada beat the U.S. to win the gold medal 50 years to the day after the Edmonton Waterloo Mercurys won the nation's last gold medal in ice hockey.
- Around the time he joined with CJCA, Bill Matheson also joined CITV-TV in Edmonton as its weatherman.
- Edmonton Manning is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Canada.
- She has been a volunteer in constituency associations, including Edmonton Strathcona, Edmonton Manning and other ridings.
- CBXFT is Radio-Canada 's television station serving Franco-Albertans in Edmonton and some parts of Alberta.
- It first entered Parliament in 1989 when Deborah Grey won a by-election in an Edmonton -area riding.
- A new trachodont dinosaur, Hypacrosaurus, from the Edmonton Cretaceous of Alberta.
- Edmonton scored three goals on its first 10 shots.
- Lesser Slave Lake is a lake located in central Alberta, Canada, northwest of Edmonton.
- Sam Gagner, whose power-play goal 3:43 in gave Edmonton its only lead at 2-1, lost control of the puck on the Oilers' final attempt.
- The Edmonton Transit System, also called ETS, is the public transit service which is owned and operated by the city of Edmonton, Alberta.
- Edmonton Transit System Serves Edmonton, Canada with bus, light rail, and subway systems.
- Game Five in Edmonton was close, but the Stars prevailed, 3-2, to win the series 4-1 and go to the Stanley Cup Finals.
- Boston last appeared in the Stanley Cup Finals in 1990, losing 4 games to 1 to the Edmonton Oilers.
- The title of the largest enclosed shopping mall was held by the West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada for 20 years.
- Lesser-known media sources, such as the Khaleej Times in the United Arab Emirates, the Edmonton Sun in Canada and B92 in Serbia, also featured the event.
- Kirsten Sweetland is a young, up and coming triathlete, referred to by the Edmonton Sun as " The best junior in triathlon in 20 years".
- Alta Flights is in its fifteenth year of business and operates a fleet of twenty four aircraft from bases in Edmonton, Calgary, and Fort McMurray.
- Peca was part of the cinderella Edmonton Oiler team that made a run to the Stanley Cup Finals.
- Pisani, 33, had four goals and four assists in 40 games with the Edmonton Oilers last season.
- February 24 - Wayne Gretzky of the Edmonton Oilers scores his 77th goal of the National Hockey League season, breaking the previous record of 76.
- The Edmonton Oilers became the first National Hockey League team in Alberta as they were absorbed by the NHL when the WHA folded.
- Had his most productive season in 1978-79 with Edmonton (WHA) winning 41 games.
- Fernando Pisani (born 27 December, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a professional ice hockey winger.
- The Oilers completed the sweep, 6–3, back at Northlands Coliseum in Edmonton, in what was originally scheduled as Game Five.
- In 2003, Montreal defeated the Edmonton Oilers in the Heritage Classic, the first outdoor game in NHL history.
- April 22 at 8:27am John M Sheffield I like what Gretzkey, Coffey and Messier did, they took Stanley for a walk through downtown Edmonton.
- In 1978, he signed with the Indianapolis Racers of the World Hockey Association (WHA), where he briefly played before being traded to the Edmonton Oilers.
- The World Hockey Association had envisioned that franchises in Calgary and Edmonton would create an effective rivalry.
- Wayne Gretzky was 19 years, 5 months old in 1979-80 when he captured the first of eight consecutive Hart Trophies with the Edmonton Oilers.
- August 9 - Wayne Gretzky is traded from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings, in one of the most controversial transactions in ice hockey history.
- Wayne Gretzky 's first period goal gave Edmonton a lead they would protect fiercely throughout in a decidedly more defensive game on both sides.
- Edmonton has two large-circulation daily newspapers, the Edmonton Journal and the Edmonton Sun.
- CJCA was originally owned and operated by the Edmonton Journal, and was later purchased by Selkirk Communications.
- There is a possibility of an NLL preseason game in Vancouver before the 2009 season, likely featuring the Colorado Mammoth and Edmonton Rush.
- While known as the Edmonton Oil Kings, the team won the Memorial Cup twice and was runner-up seven times.
- The third season, 1923-24, saw the Calgary Tigers go from third overall in a four team league to first and the Edmonton Eskimos go from first to worst.
- CJCA was also home for the Edmonton Eskimos and Edmonton Trappers.
- Morrison joined the Edmonton Eskimos of the WCHL in 1921, and played four seasons with the club.
- Kenneth Welsh (born 1942 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian film and television actor (sometimes credited as Ken Welsh).
- On July 6, 2007, Vanek signed a seven-year $50 million offer sheet with the Edmonton Oilers as a Restricted Free Agent.
- Chris Dingman (born July 6, 1976 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player.
- A few days earlier, on November 17, 2003, the Edmonton Oilers desperately needed a centre, and signed veteran Adam Oates to a contract.
- The following season, Gretzky became the NHL's all-time leading scorer when he passed Gordie Howe's total of 1,850 points at Edmonton on October 15, 1989.
- Skalbania told Gretzky he would be moved, offering him a choice between Edmonton and Winnipeg.
- Gretzky was a little over 23 when his Edmonton Oilers won their first championship in May 1984.
- Edmonton got off to a good start when Sergei Samsonov opened the scoring at 8:40 of the first period.
- January 11, 1978 in Beamsville, Ontario) is a lacrosse player for the Edmonton Rush in the National Lacrosse League.
- Other North American orchestras have included those of Edmonton, Halifax, Québec, Windsor and México City.
- As expected, Taylor Hall from Windsor of the OHL has been taken number one by the Edmonton Oilers.
- Power notched his first career IndyCar win in last year's race at Edmonton.
- Edmonton would meet the San Jose Sharks in the Conference Semifinal and were not favoured to win again.
- In the 1970s Miller toured with Big Joe Turner, then moved to Canada, settling in Edmonton, Alberta.
- Field is from Edmonton and worked in Vancouver with pianist Don Thompson and Ian McDougall before settling in Toronto in the 70s.
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