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Somehow. Someway. Richard Bachman Makes THIS Save

Somehow. Someway. Richard Bachman Makes THIS Save

Bachman-Remarkable

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Darnell Nurse, Two Gifs Worth Celebrating

Darnell Nurse, Two Gifs Worth Celebrating

Darnell Nurse, a high-end prospect with the Edmonton Oilers (whatever that means), has sorta made his prescence known with the Oklahoma City Barons. Sometimes it’s good, often times it’s bad. Any way you slice it, however, he’s an interesting fella. Nurse, just recently turning 19 years old, is a large, wiry fella with incredible speed, good hands, and DIY decision making. Before I go any further hear me out. Nurse IS NOT NHL READY, but rather displays a unique skill set that sets him apart from the herd. Are they fully developed? No. Is he ready for the NHL in a season or two? Probably not. Is he a first round bust? Too early to tell.

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Texas Stars vs. Oklahoma City Barons First Round Schedule

Texas Stars vs. Oklahoma City Barons First Round Schedule

The Oklahoma City Barons survived last night’s game with the Iowa Wild while the Checkers lost to the Admirals, 5-1. Thus the Barons have secured a date with the top notch Texas Stars in the first round of the Calder Cup Playoffs. You’ll recall, the first round of the Calder race is a short best of five with the first two games being played on the home ice of the lower seed. That always causes heartburn.

Via the AHL PR twitter account, here is the first round schedule:

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Win Two Tickets To Saturday’s Iowa vs. Oklahoma City Regular Season Finale

Win Two Tickets To Saturday’s Iowa vs. Oklahoma City Regular Season Finale

Need two tickets to this Saturday’s Iowa Wild vs. Oklahoma City Barons game? Tend the Farm has you covered. As we say goodbye to the 2013-2014 regular season on Saturday night, we want to put you THERE at the game. We are giving away two tickets (with Blue Line access) to one lucky reader. Saturday’s game is a 7:00pm puck drop, and it should be a good one as the Barons look to clinch that final playoff spot.

To make things interesting, we are going to make you work for your tickets.

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Tend The Farm Stanley Cup Picks: First Round Edition (via the writing team)

Tend The Farm Stanley Cup Picks: First Round Edition (via the writing team)

The results are in! The experts have spoken! The Stanley Cup first round begins soon, and in honor of this blessed occasion the writing team at Tend The Farm picks the winners.

(TTF and its writers are not responsible for any harm that might come to your bank account if you take our picks to heart. We do, however, believe that the first moon walk took place on a soundstage in Hollywood, and that eating Pop Rocks with soda will cause your head to explode. Thus proving…we are experts)

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After Splitting Two In Abbotsford, The Oklahoma City Barons Come Home

After Splitting Two In Abbotsford, The Oklahoma City Barons Come Home

The dust has settled on two games in Abbotsford (the final two road games of the season) for the Oklahoma City Barons, and somehow the team finds itself back where it started. Snuggled up to the 8th seed in the West, the final playoff spot, OKC has full control of their own destiny at this point. Wins still need to happen, but the teams chasing them have far more ground to cover and in fewer games.

Friday night in Abbotsford, the Oklahoma City Barons came out ready to fight, but were handcuffed to stout defensive puck moving by the Heat. Abbotsford, a notoriously disciplined team, gave up few chances inside the scoring box. This led to a rubber band effect that allowed the Heat to bounce back up the ice to put Richard Bachman in an uncomfortable position.

A two goal lead in the first six minutes of play for the Heat was never fully erased by the Barons despite an eventual two goals in the final forty minutes of play. Matt Ford and Taylor Fedun scored goals including the latter scoring within the final three minutes of the game to give his team a chance. In the end it was the 17% success rate on the power play that sullied any opportunity at making a comeback. The Barons would lose 3-2.

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