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Davidson Back To OKC, Lander To Edmonton

Davidson Back To OKC, Lander To Edmonton

The Oklahoma City Barons lost by two goals last night, and it ended with fans shrugging their shoulders, giving a healthy “we’ll get them next time.” On the same evening the Edmonton Oilers lost by one goal after a third period where fans again cried themselves to sleep. Change is probably a good thing, and probably a great thing if you’re Edmonton.

Two important callups were made today that effect both the Oilers and the Barons. Both are relatively interesting to dissect

The Oilers sent defender Brandon Davudson back to the farm while Anton Lander finally gets the recall we all believed that he had earned.

Let’s start with Anton Lander.

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Richard Bachman Injury Update

Richard Bachman Injury Update

At the first intermission of last night’s Oklahoma City Baron vs Charlotte Checkers game, Richard Bachman gave us an update on his injury that occurred the game before.

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Barons Lose To Charlotte, Remain First In West Division

Barons Lose To Charlotte, Remain First In West Division

After a completely lifeless game by the Charlotte Checkers on Tuesday, the script was flipped on Thursday as the Oklahoma City Barons looked snoozy for much of the game resulting in a 4-2 loss in North Carolina.

Laurent Brossoit would let in the games first two goals, and both came in just nine minutes of the opening frame. Jared Staal and Chad LaRose both scored even strength goals against a fumbly OKC defense that does have a tendency to wane in games played close together.

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Curtis Hamilton & Barons Alumni Highlight Reasons To Watch Spengler Cup 2014

Curtis Hamilton & Barons Alumni Highlight Reasons To Watch Spengler Cup 2014

The Spengler Cup is an odd bird. Played since 1923, and hosted by HC Davos, it is usually a mishmash of teams from across the globe. NCAA, AHL, KHL, national teams, and other hockey squads come together for a week in Switzerland for the historic tournament held annually in Davos, Switzerland. Played between Christmas and New Year’s, the 2014 version of the Spengler Cup is an interesting one if you’re a fan of the Oklahoma City Barons.

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Oklahoma City Barons Season Seat Holder Message

Oklahoma City Barons Season Seat Holder Message

From the season seat holder email sent this afternoon from the Prodigal offices:

Barons season seat holder:

Your support of the Oklahoma City Barons from the team’s humble beginnings in 2010 has been unmatched. Night in and night out, you’ve witnessed many of the best hockey athletes in the world play in our city. Our coaching staff has produced teams that have qualified for the playoffs in each season, twice reaching the Conference Finals. Nearly 40 players and staff members have graduated from Oklahoma City to realize their dream of playing or working for an NHL team.

The success of the franchise from a business perspective however has not been what I anticipated. After extensive negotiation with Edmonton and careful deliberation, we are announcing the 2014-15 season will be the final for the Barons in Oklahoma City. The current economic model presented by the Oilers to operate the franchise does not allow for sustained, long-term success from a business perspective.

Although this is the last season for the Barons in Oklahoma City, that doesn’t mean that the current season is over. The Prodigal staff will support the Oilers players and coaching staff in their quest for a Calder Cup championship.

Thank you to each of you for your support during five great seasons in Oklahoma City.

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Edmonton Oilers Choose Not To Renew Agreement With OKC, Barons Hockey Done After 2014-2015

Edmonton Oilers Choose Not To Renew Agreement With OKC, Barons Hockey Done After 2014-2015

In what comes as no surprise to fans, the Edmonton Oilers have chosen not to renew their AHL affiliation agreement with the Oklahoma City Barons. The Oklahoma City Barons have also chosen to close up shop following the 2014-2015 season.

After five seasons of farm play not only will Edmonton pass on keeping their AHL team in Oklahoma City, but local team owner and manager, Prodigal LLC., has elected to end hockey in this city after the 14-15 season.

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