NHL SERIES PART 6:The Edmonton Oilers

As a former resident of Edmonton, it is with great pleasure I give this one back to you all.

Motto:

“Here come the Oilers”

The Edmonton Oilers joined the NHL in 1979. They have won 5 Stanley cup championships, and boast having the greatest hockey player of all time, Wayne Gretzky (who’s jersey I wear below)
I was privy to be on whyte ave during the blue mile in 2006, you Oilers fans are pretty dedicated.
Their home arena is Rexall Place.
The season ended over the weekend as the team said goodbye to longtime player Smyth. Who knows what will be in store for the Oilers next year?
The boys wear white, orange and Blue.
Below this are the Stanley cup rings I was privileged to hold and the pics from the shoot. For all my Oilers fans…

GO OILERS GO

Photos: Devon Reed Photography https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=469668716424305
DC Photography
https://www.facebook.com/dcphotographycalgary

Hair and makeup: Tara Carter Mua
https://www.facebook.com/fancyfantasy

*JERSEYS SUPPLIED BY JERSEY CITY, SUNRIDGE MALL LOCATION!!! HEAD THERE FOR THE BEST SELECTION OF NHL JERSEYS!!! You can order your custom jerseys online also at http://www.jerseycity.ca
Thank you very much to store manager: Jeff Kingelin

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3 Responses to NHL SERIES PART 6:The Edmonton Oilers

  1. Beautiful shoot. Well….hard to miss with such a great model. Enjoyed seeing the rings as well. Shows how much work you put into this. Nice job.

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  2. Jamie Johnson says:

    Just came across your blog and I love the photos! I am a huge Oilers fan so I appreciate your love for the team. I am an avid hockey fan but also a fan of business entrepreneurs like Daryl Katz. His family pharmacy empire grew tenfold under his direction and management. He paid $200 million for the Edmonton Oilers . in 2008 and he is currently working to refocus his efforts to build Canada’s largest mixed use-sports and entertainment district. He is by far one of the most successful businessmen in North America. I am looking forward to seeing how he helps to take this team to the next level and what is next venture will be. He is really focusing on helping Edmonton become a fantastic tourist destination.

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