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OKC’s NBA D-League Team Named “Oklahoma City Blue”?

OKC’s NBA D-League Team Named “Oklahoma City Blue”?

A new filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office shows a listing for the “Oklahoma City Blue”, filed this past week by the NBA Development League, LLC. This comes after the Oklahoma City Thunder announced earlier this summer that they would be moving their…

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For The Oilers, There Is A Need For Armpit Sniffing

For The Oilers, There Is A Need For Armpit Sniffing

A year ago I was browsing the pages of everyone’s favorite UK newspaper, The Guardian, when I stumbled upon an incredible photo section. That particular day the photographer had the job of documenting some of the oddest jobs in the world. That’s where I met Betty Lyons.

At 88 years old, this home grown Ohian had spent the last 35 years in the offices of Hilltop Labs just outside of Cincinnati. As a life-long sufferer of various skin conditions and axilla ailments, Betty took it upon herself to give back to the world. For Betty, life was a great puzzle, a challenge, an obstacle-ridden journey – this pushed her to become a researcher for the labs for nearly 35 years.

Her job wasn’t significant in most circles, but to her it was the world. Simply put, one of Betty’s main directives was a “sniff tester”, mainly in armpits.

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Oklahoma City Barons Schedule Breakdown

Oklahoma City Barons Schedule Breakdown

Here’s the Oklahoma City Barons schedule broken down with the matrix and some by the numbers at the end. Barons will play on what has become an annual New Year’s Eve game, taking on Charlotte this season. The Barons will take part in three morning games this season, one at home, plus two more on the road at San Antonio and Toronto. Check it out after the jump.

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Wear (On You Computer) Your OKC Barons Schedule (Released Today) Proudly!

Wear (On You Computer) Your OKC Barons Schedule (Released Today) Proudly!

Welcome to the beginning of the beginning. The American Hockey League schedule is out, we can now exhale and begin our journeys. To get us there, we present to you the 2014-2015 Tend The Farm wallpaper schedule. Thanks to Candace Riley and her incredible photographic eye for the photos. You can see a sampling of photos from the first four seasons of Oklahoma City Barons hockey via Candace’s online portfolio. CLICK HERE

Enjoy the schedule. Use it wisely. And…GO BARONS!

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Oklahoma City Barons 2014-2015 Schedule Released

Oklahoma City Barons 2014-2015 Schedule Released

The 2014-2015 American Hockey League has been released. Here are the Oklahoma City Barons dates. More discussion on the schedule & upcoming season in the next couple of hours. For now, enjoy random dates & dream of colder things.

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Tony Borgford, AHL GM’s, & League-Wide Consideration

Tony Borgford, AHL GM’s, & League-Wide Consideration

Tony Borgford seems like a nice fella. Driven by a devotion to the game, the nuts and bolts of it all, the trendy-video-guy approach with a keen eye for diligence – he seems like a keeper. In a recent interview via the Oklahoma City Barons YouTube page, Borgford made several interesting statements that were both direct and ultimately telling in most regards. But before we dive into the quote round-up let’s explore what we already know.

Promoting Bill Scott to an Assistant GM role in Edmonton ushered in a day for the Oklahoma City Barons and the Oilers. The placement of a minor league manager was important to previous NHL org leaders in Edmonton, and it worked very well. Scott high-tailed himself into the daily routine of the OKC Barons, worked alongside the coaching staff, watched, listened, and carefully examined potential signings. His strength wasn’t in managing high drafted prospects or overseas acquisitions, but rather in his ability to find exactly what the team needed at all the right times. Mark the Arcobello being the largest and most successful-to-date find. This worked well in the first seasons of farm play in Oklahoma City. But things changed, and last season we watched a very young team struggle to find their legs, and Scott unable to steady the ship as he had before. Oh he was capable, and likely willing, but the prospect culture emerged (as it should have), and his managerial skills were less about looking outside, and more about finding inside.

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