A high-end Calgary restaurant has been cleared of any wrong-doing in an incident involving the Edmonton Oilers.

Members of the team and their wives and girlfriends ran up a huge bill at Osteria de Medici in Kensington New Year's Eve.

The restaurant owner later accused them of not paying the entire tab, but the players denied that.

After the party, the province received an anonymous complaint alleging staff over-served the group.

Officials with the Alberta Liquor and Gaming Commission tell CTV News they conducted a "thorough" investigation and they found no evidence of over-serving or any other liquor license violations.