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Head Athletic Therapist
On July 5, 2010, T.D. Forss was named Head Athletic Therapist of the Edmonton Oilers. Forss, now in his third season with the club, has an extensive background in professional sports, including spending seven years, 2003-2010, as the Head Athletic Therapist for the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos. ...more

Head Equipment Manager
Jeff Lang begins his 10th season with the Edmonton Oilers, and third as Head Equipment Manager, since joining the team’s training staff in 2003-04. The 40-year-old Regina, Saskatchewan native looks after the coordinating of equipment and supplies used by the Oilers as well as equipment inventory, maintenance and repair.. ...more

Assistant Equipment Manager
Brad Harrison enters his third year with the Edmonton Oilers for the 2012-13 season. Before his first year with Edmonton he spent the previous four seasons with the Toronto Marlies in the American Hockey League. ...more

Assistant Equipment Manager
Chad Scharff is entering his first season with the Oilers after spending time since 2001 with the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League where he played, scouted, assistant coached and most recently was the Giants Head Equipment Manager.  ...more

Assistant Athletic Therapist
Davie is entering his 11th season with the Oilers training department. The 36-year-old native of Provost, Alberta will work closely with Head Athletic Therapist, T.D. Forss and the Oilers medical staff in injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. ...more

Physical Therapy Consultant
Ryan Williams is the newest member of the Oilers’ training staff.  Last season he split time between the Oilers and Hockey Canada, where he worked as a Head Therapist at the 2011 World Under 17 Hockey Challenge. ...more

Massage Therapist
Lines, 35, enters his sixth season as a member of the Oilers training staff. He joined the Oilers in 2007-08 after spending three seasons (2005 to 2007) with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. A Registered Massage Therapist, he holds a degree from the Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapies in Winnipeg, Manitoba and has worked closely with Hockey Canada since 2001. ...more

Director of High Performance
Simon enters his fifth year with the Oilers as Director of High Performance. In this role he is responsible for developing and implementing all aspects of strength, conditioning and nutrition for players throughout the organization. ...more

Strength & Conditioning Coach
Chad Drummond enters his second season with the Oilers as the club’s Strength and Conditioning Coach, after assisting Simon Bennett over the past two seasons. He will be responsible for the development and implementation of all day to day aspects of the teams off ice conditioning. ...more

Dressing Room Attendant
Although he works behind the scenes with the Edmonton Oilers training staff, Joey Moss is one of the organization’s most well known and beloved members. Brought to the attention of the Oilers by Wayne Gretzky, Joey has endeared himself to the players, coaches, staff and fans of the Oilers since he began working in the team’s dressing room in 1984-85. Joey, born with Down’s syndrome, can be seen helping the other members of the Oilers training staff on a daily basis from the start of training camp until the final whistle each spring. ...more