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Wayne Gretzky, who set countless scoring record during his eight seasons with the Oilers, is the team’s all-time leader in Point Shares with 151.3 for his career. Among Gretzky’s many accomplishments in Edmonton, the “Great One” led the Oilers to four Stanley Cup titles from 1984 to 1988 and won the Hart Memorial Trophy every year save his last with the team.

OILERS ALL-TIME STARTING SIX

Wayne Gretzky leads Edmonton Oilers all-time starting six by Point Shares

Joining Gretzky on the Oilers all-time starting six by Point Shares are goalie Grant Fuhr (70.8), defensemen Paul Coffey (80.9) and Kevin Lowe (62.1), right wing Jari Kurri (93.2) and left wing Mark Messier (80.1).

The following stats of the Oilers’ all-time starting six reflect only those numbers accrued during their time with the franchise…

UPDATED July 4, 2020

GRANT FUHR: 1981-91

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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Win-Loss Record: 226-117

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PAUL COFFEY: 1980-87

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All-Star Games

Points: 669

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KEVIN LOWE: 1979-92

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 480

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JARI KURRI: 1980-90

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1043

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MARK MESSIER: 1979-91

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1034

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WAYNE GRETZKY: 1979-88

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Seasons
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Point Shares
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All-Star Games

Points: 1669