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President, Hockey Operations
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

General Manager
Craig MacTavish was named the fifth General Manager of the Edmonton Oilers on April 15, 2013 after spending the last year as Sr. Vice President of Hockey Operations. ...more

Sr. Vice President, Hockey Operations
Scott Howson rejoined the Oilers organization on March 12, 2013 as a Pro Scout, after five and a half seasons as General Manager of the Columbus Blue Jackets (2007-2013). ...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 the General Manager of the Oklahoma City Barons over the past four seasons.  ...more

 Sr. Director of Player Development
Rick Carriere was named the Senior Director of Player Development on June 28, 2012.

Carriere, 53, 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

Director of Player Development
Mike Sillinger is in his fourth season as the Oilers’ Director of Player Development after a lengthy career in the National Hockey League. Sillinger works with Edmonton’s prospects in both the AHL and ECHL and with Oilers draft picks in the junior and college ranks. ...more

Director of Coaching Development
& Special Projects

Moores enters his 13th season with the Oilers, after serving as Senior Director of Player Development from 2010-2012. Prior to working with the Oilers development staff, Moores was an Assistant Coach from 2000-2009. ...more

Player Personnel
Ten seasons after playing his last game in the copper and blue, Kelly Buchberger returned to the Edmonton Oilers as a member of the team’s coaching staff for the 2008-09 season. ...more

Head Coach
Dallas Eakins was named the 12th Head Coach of the Edmonton Oilers on June 10, 2013. He has spent the past eight seasons in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, where he served as an Assistant Coach with the Maple Leafs for two seasons, before becoming the Head Coach of the Leafs’ American Hockey League affiliate, the Toronto Marlies in 2009.  ...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
Ramsay, 63, brings over 40 years of NHL experience with seven different organizations. The Weston, Ontario native holds an impressive coaching resume which includes serving as Head Coach of the Atlanta Thrashers (2010-11). ...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. ...more

Goaltending Coach
Frederic Chabot is in his third season with the Edmonton Oilers where the 44-year-old will work with both the Oilers goaltenders as well as the developing netminders in the system. ...more

Goaltending Consultant
Sylvain Rodrigue recently joined the Edmonton Oilers organization where the 39-year-old will work under the direction of Goaltending Coach Frederic Chabot, assisting him with goaltender development and scouting. ...more

Video Coordinator
Myles is entering his fifth season with the Oilers as the club’s Video Coordinator. Fee, 32, comes from 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 skating and power skating to the Oilers’ organization in his role as Edmonton’s Skating and Skills Coach. Now in his seventh season with the Oilers, he works at improving the skating and hockey 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
Pelletier, 39, is a three-time Canadian Champion, World Champion, Grand-Prix Final Champion and Olympic Gold Medallist. His 2002 Olympic Gold medal marked Canada’s first Olympic Gold in pairs figure skating in 42 years.
The Sayabec, Quebec native has also been inducted into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame, the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame, the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the Lou Marsh Trophy.