The 1992–93 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 14th season in the NHL, and they were coming off a 3rd round playoff appearance in 1991–92, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Campbell Conference finals. Prior to the season, the Oilers would trade away their leading scorer from the previous season, Vincent Damphousse, along with their 4th round draft pick in 1993, to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shayne Corson, Brent Gilchrist, and Vladimir Vujtek. The loss of Damphousse hurt the Oilers offensively, as in 1992–93, they would score a franchise-low 242 goals.

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  • The 1992–93 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 14th season in the NHL, and they were coming off a 3rd round playoff appearance in 1991–92, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Campbell Conference finals. Prior to the season, the Oilers would trade away their leading scorer from the previous season, Vincent Damphousse, along with their 4th round draft pick in 1993, to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shayne Corson, Brent Gilchrist, and Vladimir Vujtek. The loss of Damphousse hurt the Oilers offensively, as in 1992–93, they would score a franchise-low 242 goals. The Oilers would struggle all season long, and by the NHL tradeline, it would pretty certain that the team would fail to qualify for the playoffs for the first time since joining the NHL in 1979. Edmonton would trade Esa Tikkanen to the New York Rangers for Doug Weight, Bernie Nicholls to the New Jersey Devils for Zdeno Ciger, and Kevin Todd, and Craig Muni to the Chicago Blackhawks for Mike Hudson. The team would finish the season with a franchise low 26 wins and 60 points, along with a franchise high 50 losses, and missed the playoffs by 27 points. The Oilers finished last in power-play goals, tied with the Ottawa Senators and San Jose Sharks, with 66. Offensively, Petr Klima would lead the Oilers with 32 goals and 48 points, while Shayne Corson chipped in with 16 goals and 47 points. Bernie Nicholls would record 40 points in 46 games before being traded. On the blueline, Dave Manson would anchor the defense, scoring 15 goals and 45 points, while posting a team high 210 penalty minutes. In goal, Bill Ranford would appear in 67 games, winning 17 of them, while posting a 3.84 GAA and a shutout. Ron Tugnutt would back him up, winning 9 games with a 4.12 GAA. (en)
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  • The 1992–93 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 14th season in the NHL, and they were coming off a 3rd round playoff appearance in 1991–92, losing to the Chicago Blackhawks in the Campbell Conference finals. Prior to the season, the Oilers would trade away their leading scorer from the previous season, Vincent Damphousse, along with their 4th round draft pick in 1993, to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Shayne Corson, Brent Gilchrist, and Vladimir Vujtek. The loss of Damphousse hurt the Oilers offensively, as in 1992–93, they would score a franchise-low 242 goals. (en)
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