Oil Kings clinch Central Division title and top spot in Eastern Conference


Based on the Western Hockey League’s official decision to conclude the 2019-20 regular season due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Wednesday, the Edmonton Oil Kings have claimed the top record in the Eastern Conference and have been named Central Division champions.

Final standings for the 2019-20 regular season were determined by using win percentage for all member Clubs, in which the Oil Kings finished with the third highest in the WHL (.734%) with a record of 42-12-6-4 with 94 points in 64 games played.

While the 2019-20 regular season has concluded, the WHL continues to monitor ongoing public health developments regarding COVID-19 and maintains it will make every effort possible to conduct the 2020 WHL Playoffs at a later date.

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