The Stavanger Oilers are an ice hockey club from Stavanger, Norway and play in the GET-ligaen, the top division of Norwegian hockey.
Their home rink is the DNB-Arena, which holds approximately 4300 people. The Oilers were officially established in 2000 as a corporate entity. With the support of Finnish businessman Hartti Kristola, the club quickly developed into a very professionally-run club that has attracted many successful international hockey players to date.
The Oilers have won the Norwegian championship seven times, including six in a row from 2012 to 2017.
On the international stage, the Oilers won the IIHF Continental Cup in 2013/14. They then appeared in the Champions Hockey League four straight seasons, with their biggest success coming in 2015/16 when they won their Group to play in the Round of 32 - there they lost to Eisbären Berlin.
The Norweigan club won the GET-Ligaen championship last season to qualify for their fifth CHL season!
- Founded in 2000
- Won 6 straight Norwegian titles 2012 - 2017
- Won IIHF Continental Cup in 2013/14
- Reached CHL Round of 32 in 2015/16
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