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.

Daryl has given his enthusiastic support to Oilers’ G.M. Craig MacTavish’s strategy, and is thrilled to see the team coalescing around a new generation of dynamic and talented player.  He believes the Oilers are poised to take the next step forward in the near future.    ...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

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

Darryl Boessenkool
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