Stavanger Oilers

www.oilers.no
Date Home Away Results
16.09.2021 Stavanger Oilers Manglerud Star 6:0
18.09.2021 Storhamar Hamar Stavanger Oilers 7:4
21.09.2021 Stavanger Oilers Grüner IL 4:3
23.09.2021 Stjernen Hockey Stavanger Oilers 1:2
25.09.2021 Stavanger Oilers Vålerenga IF 0:2
28.09.2021 IF Frisk Asker Stavanger Oilers 3:1
30.09.2021 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 1:2
02.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers Ringerike IHK 4:1
07.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers Lillehammer IK 3:2
09.10.2021 Manglerud Star Stavanger Oilers 1:6
14.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers IF Frisk Asker 5:6
16.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers Storhamar Hamar 4:3
21.10.2021 Grüner IL Stavanger Oilers 2:3
23.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers Stjernen Hockey 4:2
28.10.2021 Vålerenga IF Stavanger Oilers 1:2
30.10.2021 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 5:2
04.11.2021 Ringerike IHK Stavanger Oilers 0:3
06.11.2021 Lillehammer IK Stavanger Oilers 1:3
18.11.2021 IF Frisk Asker Stavanger Oilers 1:2
20.11.2021 Storhamar Hamar Stavanger Oilers 5:4
25.11.2021 Stavanger Oilers Grüner IL 6:0
28.11.2021 Stjernen Hockey Stavanger Oilers 0:5
04.12.2021 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 3:2
09.12.2021 Lillehammer IK Stavanger Oilers 1:4
11.12.2021 Stavanger Oilers IF Frisk Asker 5:1
28.12.2021 Manglerud Star Stavanger Oilers 0:3
30.12.2021 Stavanger Oilers Manglerud Star 4:3
11.01.2022 Stavanger Oilers Stjernen Hockey 2:1
18.01.2022 Grüner IL Stavanger Oilers 4:5
20.01.2022 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 4:1
22.01.2022 Stavanger Oilers Lillehammer IK 5:2
29.01.2022 Stavanger Oilers Manglerud Star 5:2
03.02.2022 Ringerike IHK Stavanger Oilers 1:3
06.02.2022 Storhamar Hamar Stavanger Oilers 2:1
15.02.2022 Stavanger Oilers Storhamar Hamar 3:2
17.02.2022 Stavanger Oilers Vålerenga IF 4:1
19.02.2022 IF Frisk Asker Stavanger Oilers 3:2
22.02.2022 Stavanger Oilers Ringerike IHK 4:1
24.02.2022 Stavanger Oilers Grüner IL 4:0
26.02.2022 Stjernen Hockey Stavanger Oilers 3:5
01.03.2022 Vålerenga IF Stavanger Oilers 4:6
03.03.2022 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 3:4
05.03.2022 Stavanger Oilers Vålerenga IF 4:3
08.03.2022 Stavanger Oilers Ringerike IHK 3:0
10.03.2022 Lillehammer IK Stavanger Oilers 4:2
13.03.2022 Stavanger Oilers Ringerike IHK 6:0
15.03.2022 Ringerike IHK Stavanger Oilers 0:7
17.03.2022 Stavanger Oilers Ringerike IHK 2:1
19.03.2022 Ringerike IHK Stavanger Oilers 1:5
28.03.2022 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 5:4
30.03.2022 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 3:2
01.04.2022 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 1:2
03.04.2022 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 1:2
05.04.2022 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 3:2
07.04.2022 Sparta Sarpsborg Stavanger Oilers 2:1
09.04.2022 Stavanger Oilers Sparta Sarpsborg 2:0
18.04.2022 Stavanger Oilers Storhamar Hamar 6:0
20.04.2022 Storhamar Hamar Stavanger Oilers 1:2
22.04.2022 Stavanger Oilers Storhamar Hamar 3:2
24.04.2022 Storhamar Hamar Stavanger Oilers 2:5

Name of home arena: DNB Arena

Built: 2012

Address: Ishockeyveien 1, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Capacity: 4 250

DNB Arena, opened in 2012, is the home rink for Stavanger Oilers, as well as Stavanger's premier Multi Purpose Arena. Capacity for hockey is 4250. For concerts and shows approximately 5500. The Arena holds 38 VIP-lounges, three bars, six kiosks, supporter shop and restaurant.

Basic info

Founded
2000

Website
www.oilers.no

Club adress
Stavanger Oilers AS
Ishockeyveien 1
4021 Stavanger
Norway

Honours

National titles
(8) – 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2022

European championships or greatest European accomplishments
Continental Cup winner (1) – 2014

Last Seasons

2021-22: 1st regular season, league & national champion
2020-21: 5th regular season, playoffs cancelled
2019-20: 1st regular season, playoffs cancelled
2018-19: 3rd regular season, semi-finals
2017-18: 6th regular season, quarter-finals, CHL group stage

About club

The Stavanger Oilers are an ice hockey club from Stavanger, Norway and play in the Fjordkraftligaen, the top division of Norwegian hockey. The Oilers were officially established in 2000 as a corporate entity. The club quickly developed into a professionally-run club that has attracted many successful international hockey players to date. The Oilers have won the Norwegian Championship eight times, including six in a row from 2012 to 2017. They also won the IIHF Continental Cup in 2014.

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