Followers go wild in streets of Edmonton after huge Oilers playoff win (VIDEOS)

Edmonton Oilers fans had to wait 31 years for the playoff edition of the Battle of Alberta to return.

When the Oilers dispatched the provincial foe, they celebrated accordingly.

Fans piled out of Rogers Place after a 4-1 win in Game 3 of the second round Stanley Cup Playoff series, taking to the streets to enjoy the dominating win that led to a 2-1 series edge in an effort that rivals Calgary’s ‘C of Red.’

Feeling the flow happy. @AdamSandler #Oilers

— Brad Slater (@Iwantadonair) May 23, 2022

Honks, hollers, and happy supporters in blue and orange filed out of the arena and Tailgate Party and onto 104th Ave in a lengthy celebration, which accompanies some telling foreshadowing, perhaps.

One fan went so far as to ride the Stanley Cup attached to the Wayne Gretzky statue just feet from the doors of Rogers Place.

The city is unreal 🧡💙 #LetsGoOilers @OilersNation

— X-Ashley Storoshenko (@ashstoroshenko) May 23, 2022

Your red mile ain’t shit @flames #LetsGoOilers

— x-Christy LaBOOMba (@Christyrose760) May 23, 2022

Edmonton is 18-3 all-time overall when taking a 2-1 series lead.

All the more reason to celebrate.

— Matthew Iwanyk – Матейко Іваник 🇺🇦 (@matthewiwanyk) May 23, 2022

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