There’s no better time to be in Edmonton for a good beer.
There are two bars, a bar with a beer and a bar where you can sit and watch hockey.
The Edmonton Oilers are a perfect fit for the city.
“They’ve got so many great breweries and a lot of great restaurants.
You can go for a burger or something, and it’s a great time of the year to be around the Oilers.
It’s an awesome hockey town,” said Matt Larkin, a 20-year-old University of Alberta student who recently moved to Edmonton from Brampton, Ontario.
With its proximity to the Oilers’ rink, the city has always been home to the game.
But it’s also a very popular place to watch hockey in Canada.
In Edmonton, hockey is seen as a way to have fun and a means of socializing.
Many of the locals are also avid hockey fans.
Matt Larkin and his friends have been attending hockey games since they were young.
He says his favourite Oilers player is Henrik Lundqvist.
(CBC)”We’ve always been into hockey and it just seems to go on everywhere, especially with the kids,” Larkin said.
Larkin said the city’s NHL team is great to watch and has a large following in the city, even if some of his friends don’t really like the sport.
They have a lot to do with the popularity of the Edmonton Oilers.
“It’s kind of like being in a band, they can’t play too well, but they get along with everyone else,” Larkins said.
“It seems like the NHL is just getting bigger and bigger, and the Oilers have a great fanbase.
I like that.”
The Edmonton Oilers have had their share of success in recent years, going 10-2-2 over their last 17 games, which includes a 6-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday.
The Oilers also won the Calder Cup last year and won the Stanley Cup the year before that.
The team has a lot riding on their home-ice advantage against the Buffalo, who have won five straight and seven of their last eight games.
The Oilers also have a new arena planned for downtown, but it’s not yet known when construction will begin.
The team’s attendance this season has been one of the highest in the NHL.
They have averaged 17,077 fans per game, more than the Montreal Canadiens.
The team has played in all 82 games, winning all but one.
There’s also no shortage of hockey in the area, with more than 30 different leagues in Alberta.
A few days before he and his family were heading to Edmonton for the Oilers-Sabres game, Mark Zengerle was checking out a couple of NHL games.
Mark Zengerles wife, Kelly, is an avid hockey fan.
Zengerle said he and Kelly play games in the evenings and are in the rink on game days.
For many people, the idea of attending a hockey game is out of the question, but Zengerlez has no problem giving it a try.
If it’s good enough for a beer, why not go to the games?
“I really enjoy watching hockey, but I can’t help but think of how great it would be to go to one of those games,” Zengerler said.
“You’re just going to be sitting there with your friends, watching a hockey player play.
That’s what I would love to see.”
Zengerlez is a lifelong hockey fan, and his wife Kelly is a regular attendee at the game, too.
Kelly has a strong relationship with the Edmonton NHL team, as they have been on the same team since 2005.
“I’ve been to their games a few times now, and I think it’s great.
We’re both big hockey fans,” Kelly said.
Zengerley said it would also be great to get a glimpse of the players.
As for the games themselves, the two most exciting ones are the Oilers vs. Calgary Flames game at Rexall Place on Saturday and the Flames vs. Buffalo Sabres game at the new Rexall Centre.
Tickets for both games are available for $5 for adults and $2 for children 12 and under.
To see if you can attend the games, visit the Oilers website and click on the ticket link.
The Flames are the defending Stanley Cup champions.
The Sabres are the team that was the last team to win the Cup in 2012.