Owner & Governor

Born and raised in Edmonton, Daryl Katz grew up a passionate Oilers fan.  He has a deep connection with the team’s rich history and is focused on creating the foundation for a winning tradition and bringing the Stanley Cup back to the City of Champions. ...more

Chief Executive Officer & Vice Chair Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG)
Daryl Katz, Chairman of Oilers Entertainment Group (OEG) announced April 20, 2015, Bob Nicholson has been appointed Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately. Nicholson, who joined the organization as Vice-Chair in June of 2014, will take over an expanded set of responsibilities within OEG that includes authority over all aspects of business and hockey operations for the Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club.    ...more

President of Hockey Operations and General Manager
Peter Chiarelli has been appointed President of Hockey Operations and General Manager. Most recently, Chiarelli served as the General Manager of the Boston Bruins for the past eight seasons. He guided the Bruins to the Stanley Cup Finals twice during his tenure in Boston, including winning the Stanley Cup in 2011.  ...more

Vice Chair OEG/Alternate Governor
After serving as General Manager of the Edmonton Oilers for eight seasons, Kevin Lowe was promoted to the position of President of Hockey Operations on July 31, 2008. Lowe’s promotion was part of a restructuring of the team’s Hockey Operations department by Daryl A. Katz, the organization’s owner.  ...more

Chief Revenue Officer
Stew MacDonald is responsible for the day-to-day management of all commercial initiatives of the Edmonton Oilers organization. As one of the Oilers senior executives, he leads a team responsible for ticket sales, premium seating, corporate partnerships, customer relationships, brand management, fan development, communications, broadcast, digital and game presentation.  He also oversees commercial operations for the Oilers Family Brands, which includes the Edmonton Oil Kings Hockey Club.  ...more

Vice-President Finance & CFO
Darryl is responsible and accountable for all Financial, Legal, Facility Operations, HR, IT, Retail, and Administrative aspects of the hockey club, along with similar responsibilities with the Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL), Oklahoma City Barons (AHL) Edmonton Capitals Baseball Team, and other Rexall Sports, Broadcast and Entertainment companies. His role includes leading business relationships with ownership, lending institutions, key stakeholders, the National Hockey League, the Western Hockey League and the American Hockey League.   ...more


Craig MacTavish, 56, was the Head Coach of the Chicago Wolves of the American Hockey League in 2011-12, prior to rejoining the Edmonton Oilers in management in 2012-13. He led the Vancouver Canucks’ AHL affiliate to a 42-27-7 record, third best in the conference. ...more

Sr. Vice President, Hockey Operations
Scott Howson is in his second season as Senior Vice President of Hockey Operations with the Edmonton Oilers, after rejoining the organization in 2013. In his role, Scott’s responsibilities include assisting President, Kevin Lowe and General Manager, Craig MacTavish on all duties related to the daily operations of the club as well as help oversee scouting and development of their minor league affiliates. ...more

Assistant General Manager
Bill Scott enters his first season with the Oilers as the team’s Assistant General Manager.  The 33-year-old native of Unionville, Ontario was promoted to the position on April 21, 2014, after serving as General Manager of the Oklahoma City Barons the past four seasons. Scott played a key role in the Barons reaching the Calder Cup playoffs in all four of his seasons as General Manager.  ...more

 Sr. Director of Player Development
Rick Carriere enters his third season with the Oilers, after being named the Senior Director of Player Development on June 28, 2012.
Carriere, 55, previously served as General Manager of the Western Hockey League’s Medicine Hat Tigers from 2000 to 2004 and then scouted for the Tigers until 2012.     ...more

Sr. Director of Coaching Development
& Special Projects

Billy Moores is entering his 14th season with the Oilers and second season as the Oilers Director of Coaching Development and Special Projects. In his role, Moores works with the coaching staffs of the Edmonton Oilers, the American Hockey League’s Oklahoma City Barons, the ECHL’s Bakersfield Condors and the Western Hockey League’s Edmonton Oil Kings. ...more

Director of Player Personnel
Green, 53, joined the Oilers scouting staff in 2013 and has served as the Director of Amateur Free Agent Scouting. In his new role he will work closely with General Manager Craig MacTavish, Director of Amateur Scouting Stu MacGregor and Head Professional Scout Morey Gare to oversee the Edmonton Oilers scouting operations, as well as continue to identify and recruit NCAA, CHL and European free agents and develop a free agent priority list. ...more

Manager Player Personnel
After six seasons as a member of the Edmonton Oilers coaching staff, Kelly Buchberger transitions into a new role as the team’s Manager of Player Personnel for the 2014-15 season. In his new role he will work closely with Assistant General Manager Bill Scott and General Manager Craig MacTavish and will oversee the Oilers’ American Hockey League and ECHL affiliate rosters. ...more

Head Coach
The Edmonton Oilers announced May 19, 2015 they have appointed Todd McLellan as the club’s new Head Coach.  McLellan becomes the 14th Head Coach in Oilers franchise history.

Most recently, McLellan was the Head Coach of Team Canada at the 2015 World Hockey Championship, leading Canada to their first gold medal since 2007 with an undefeated record of 10-0 and an impressive 6-1 win over Team Russia in the gold medal final.  ...more

Interim Head Coach
Nelson has spent five seasons as the Head Coach of the American Hockey League’s Oklahoma City Barons. In 2014-15, Nelson has continued his success behind the bench, posting a record of 15-6-2-2 for 34 points and first place in the AHL’s Western Division through 25 games this season. During this stretch he also guided the Barons to a 10-game unbeaten streak (Nov.15-Dec.6) and eight straight wins, setting two club records..   ...more

Associate Coach
Keith Acton, 55, spent this past season in the Columbus Blue Jackets organization, where he served as an Assistant Coach. Before joining Columbus in 2012, he served as an Assistant Coach for 10 seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs (2001-11).   ...more

Assistant Coach
Craig Ramsay is entering his first season with the Edmonton Oilers, after being hired as an Assistant Coach on July 10th, 2014.
Ramsay, 63, brings over 40 years of NHL experience with seven different organizations including the Florida Panthers, Atlanta Thrashers, Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, Philadelphia Flyers, Ottawa Senators and Buffalo Sabres. Most recently, Ramsay served as an Assistant Coach for the Florida Panthers for two seasons (2011-13). ...more

Assistant Coach
Thompson, 36, joins the Oilers after spending the past four seasons as an Assistant Coach with the Oilers American Hockey League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Barons.
Thompson began his coaching career in the Western Hockey League with the Edmonton Oil Kings, where he served as an Assistant Coach from 2007-10. In 2010, he joined the Oklahoma City Barons where he has enjoyed success, helping the team advance to the playoffs for the fourth straight season in 2013-14. ...more

Goaltending Coach
Dustin Schwartz, 35, has spent the past four seasons as a goaltending consultant with the Western Hockey League’s Edmonton Oil Kings. During his tenure, he helped the Oil Kings collect two WHL Championships as well as a Memorial Cup in 2014. ...more

Goaltending Consultant
Sylvain Rodrigue enters his second season with the Edmonton Oilers organization, assisting the goaltending coach with goaltender development and scouting. ...more

Video Coordinator
Myles is entering his sixth season with the Oilers as the club’s Video Coach.
Fee, 33, began his career in hockey with the New York Rangers Hockey Club, where he started in Team Services and moved his way up to Video Analyst working directly under the Video Coach and team management. ...more

Skating and Skills Coach
Steve Serdachny brings an extensive background of hockey knowledge to the Oilers’ organization in his role as Edmonton’s Skills Coach. Now in his ninth season with the Oilers, he works at improving skill sets of players at all levels of the organization, working closely with the players during training camp and throughout the season. Prior to his current position, he worked at several Oilers training camps and rookie development camps. ...more

Skating Coach
The Edmonton Oilers have added former Olympic figure skating champion David Pelletier to the Oilers development team as the club’s Skating Coach. Pelletier will work closely with Player Development Director Rick Carriere and Skills Coach Steve Serdachny.   ...more