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Oklahoma City To Play San Antonio On Fox Sports SW

Oklahoma City To Play San Antonio On Fox Sports SW

The San Antonio Rampage are in the midst of an incredible run these days. They’ve won their last seven, and outscored the defending Calder Cup champs this weekend a whopping 10-1 in Friday / Sunday two set. They have been unkind to the Barons lately, and quite honestly they are one heckuva minor league team.

They’ll display their sudden dominance to a broader audience via five games to be broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest

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14 Games In, OKC Barons On-Ice Stats

14 Games In, OKC Barons On-Ice Stats

In today’s world of advanced stats in hockey, there’s not a lot to be had in the American Hockey League. I’m working to change that. Here’s a look at the Oklahoma City Barons on-ice stats through 14 games. Keeping with the sample size from before (we’ll up it eventually as the season progresses), I only included players that have played five or more games so far.

Check out the chart after the jump!

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Acton to Vancouver, Holmberg to Utica, Oilers acquire Kellan Lain

Acton to Vancouver, Holmberg to Utica, Oilers acquire Kellan Lain

Photo by Steven Christy The Edmonton Oilers announced today that they have acquired center Kellan Lain from the Vancouver Canucks, in exchange for center Will Acton. In a separate transaction, Oklahoma City Barons contracted Mitch Holmberg was sent to the Canucks AHL affiliate in Utica….

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Pakarinen, Klefbom Assigned to OKC

Pakarinen, Klefbom Assigned to OKC

The Edmonton Oilers have assigned forward Iiro Pakarinen and defenseman Oscar Klefbom to the Oklahoma City Barons. Two high-profile players for the Barons so far this season, these additions will add a big boost to the team in the near future. Pakarinen made his NHL…

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Luke Gazdic Recalled To Edmonton

Luke Gazdic Recalled To Edmonton

With his fourteen allotted days for a conditioning stint nearing a close, Luke Gazdic has been recalled by the Edmonton Oilers.

After playing this morning in the annual school day game in OKC where Gazdic scored a second period goal to tie the game, he will make his way back to the NHL squad where he will likely resume his role of Mr. Grititude. I sort of say that jokingly, but there is no denying why the Oilers like him so much (and likely why fans hate him), and it centers on his intangibles outside of putting the puck in the net or keeping opposing forwards at bay.

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Workin’ For The Weekend (Tuesday Edition): Kiddos Gonna Rampage “Kids In America”

Workin’ For The Weekend (Tuesday Edition): Kiddos Gonna Rampage “Kids In America”

From 1981 to 1993 Kim Wilde was a British pop singer sort of hovering in the background. A pretty good solo performer who knew her way around a stage, and was want to give a pretty solid MTV interview. Her messy blonde hair reminded folks of many female acts of the decade, and truthfully that’s not necessarily a bad thing. The synth pop drum machine style of music seemingly suited her well, and some loved her for it.

When her career fizzled a bit the glamour squad made every attempt to hammer out her rough edges that initially made her enigmatic. In the end it sort of paid off, and her late 80’s to early 90’s moments in adult contemporary were special at times, but mostly forgettable. Suddenly most realized that Wilde’s early career was her sweet spot, and that’s where we will softly land today.

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