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Bogdan Yakimov Shoulder Injury Update Coming Soon

Bogdan Yakimov Shoulder Injury Update Coming Soon

Bogdan Yakimov has been an interesting player to watch. Slow and chiseled, smart and curious – he is one entertaining not-so-little center prospect. Two points (a goal and an assist) in six games isn’t a huge journey for the kid drafted in the third round in 2013. He is altogether a work in progress, and bettering himself on the defensive side.

In Wednesday’s game against the Texas Stars he was injured after a rough ride into the boards. He instantly needed help off the ice, and it appeared that he was favoring his right shoulder just a bit, while wiping the “woozies” from his eyes.

Shoulder injuries are the stuff of legend in the Oilers organization. Let’s hope this isn’t a major situation, and the team has promised an update in the near future. Keep your eyes peeled.

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Richard Bachman Comes Home, Luke Gazdic Takes A Trip

Richard Bachman Comes Home, Luke Gazdic Takes A Trip

The Edmonton Oilers announced today that Richard Bachman is headed back to Oklahoma City as Viktor Fasth returns to the NHL goaltending rotation. In addition, Luke Gazdic will return to Oklahoma City for the first time since playing in the Stars vs. Oilers preseason game over a year ago. On a conditioning stint, Gazdic will likely play a handful of games with the team, and return to the Oilers fourth line. Grind on, y’all. Grind on.

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Texas Defeats OKC In Overtime, Goaltending Still Good

Texas Defeats OKC In Overtime, Goaltending Still Good

Two games, two consecutive overtime outcomes. The Stars and Barons historically play games at an excellent clip, and lately they have proven that point beautifully. On a rare Wednesday night game in Cedar Park, the Stars would take advantage of late period penalties committed by the Barons en route to a 5-4 victory against our squad from OKC.

Ten first period shots netted two goals for Oklahoma City, and an early lead in the game. Iiro Pakarinen would both add an assist and a goal in those opening scoring events, and it seemed that the Barons were going to roll up half a dozen on the stingy Stars. But Brett Ritchie and Maxime Fortunas each scored their first of the season across ten minutes of play and two periods.

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Workin’ For The Weekend (Wednesday Edition): Stars Again “I Won’t Back Down”

Workin’ For The Weekend (Wednesday Edition): Stars Again “I Won’t Back Down”

Yawn. Stretch. Reach for your Starbucks Verona. Grab your high-falootin’ reading gadget, and join me for a game day preview from the friendly confines of Halloween week in Oklahoma City. Sooner or later it was bound to happen. We would eventually use the Tom Petty…

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Barons Win The Weekend, Beat Texas Twice

Barons Win The Weekend, Beat Texas Twice

Robust. Full featured. Long suffering. After reaching the second weekend of games without a win, one could use many words to describe how the team needed to play to finally earn a “W”. “We have to play a full, complete game to compete against Texas,” said Todd Nelson on Friday, “We know we can do it, we just have to prove it.” And prove it they did, defeating the Texas Stars twice this weekend in a home-and-home format.

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Workin’ For The Weekend: Texas Twice, Sorta Nice “Don’t Believe The Hype”

Workin’ For The Weekend: Texas Twice, Sorta Nice “Don’t Believe The Hype”

Oh man, Public Enemy was a scary good outfit. Long before Flavor Flav was a running gag, and Chuck D was doing voice-overs for Grand Theft Auto, PE was one of the most culturally significant, and socially braggadocios hip-hop groups of any decade. The 1980’s had seen the birth of rap music through the lens of previous “passing trends” like disco and such. However, Public Enemy, and their spastic beats, were enunciated by the politically charged content of their lyrics, and this made them great. Chuck D remains one of the greatest lyrical poets of that era, musically or otherwise, and the balance of Flavor Flav’s good-hearted Jerry Lewis jabs continue to be dynamic nearly thirty years later. Despite where the band evolved from in the late-80’s to now (and the controversy that came along with it), there’s no denying the importance of Public Enemy. Go ahead, I dare ya.

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