Rexall Place was known as Northlands Coliseum from 1974 to 1995 and home to the Oilers when they were in the old World Hockey Association (until 1979). The arena also has been known as Edmonton Coliseum (1995-98) and Skyreach Centre (1998-2003). A large, bronze statue of Canadian hockey icon and former Oilers captain Wayne Gretzky is situated outside of Rexall Place. With five Stanley Cups in seven seasons from 1984 to 1990, Edmonton was among the most successful NHL franchises. The arena is also part of Northlands Park, which includes a racetrack, casino and agricultural exhibition buildings.
Suite locations are not shown in the map. Availability is only indicated in the Legend.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Executive Terrace or Terrace may map to a less premium section.
Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets are released only when a game is sold out.
7424 118th Ave. Edmonton, Alberta T5B 4M9
From the east: Take Highway 16 (Yellowhead) west to Wayne Gretzky Drive (75th Street) and exit at 119th Avenue. Turn right into arena parking.
From the west: Take Highway16 (Yellowhead) east to Wayne Gretzky Drive (75th Street) and exit at 119th Avenue. Turn right into arena parking.
From the north: Take Highway 28 to Highway 16 East (Yellowhead), continue east to Wayne Gretzky Drive (75th Street) and exit at 119th Avenue. Turn right into arena parking.
From the south: Take Highway 2 north to E. Whitemud Drive NW. Proceed east on Whitemud Drive NW (Hwy-14) to the 75th Street exit. Turn left on 75th Street, which becomes Wayne Gretzky Drive and exit at 119 Avenue. Turn left into arena parking.
Ample parking is available around Rexall Place. The parking lot located immediately next to the north side doors is restricted to season-ticket holders.
Rexall Place is served by a light rail stop through the Edmonton Transit System. For schedules and more information, visit the Edmonton Transit System Web site or call 780-442-5311.