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By The Numbers Game 71: Texas at Oklahoma City

By The Numbers Game 71: Texas at Oklahoma City

TEXAS AT OKLAHOMA CITY STARS BARONS   3-0-0-0 RECORD 0-2-1-0 1-0-0-0 VS. 0-1-0-0 3-0-0-0 LAST 10 0-2-1-0 3-0-0-0 STREAK 0-2-1-0 1-0 W VS. UTI LAST GAME 4-5 L VS. SA RANKS 12TH LEAGUE 29TH 17TH OFFENSE 16TH 3RD DEFENSE 27TH 10TH PP% 3RD 13TH PK% 28TH TEX…

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Tyler Bunz Looks Forward To Season With Wichita

Tyler Bunz Looks Forward To Season With Wichita

The Edmonton Oilers had an interesting situation developing in net for their prospects this season. Signing Ty Rimmer to an AHL deal, the Oilers gave themselves seven total goaltenders signed, and only a limited number of spots to play them. Last season, the Oilers had the same situation, but Rimmer was already committed to playing for the Quad City Mallards of the then-CHL, allowing them to spread their goaltenders out among their affiliations. This season, the Oilers had to decide which goaltenders went where, and find another team for their extra goalie.

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The Origin Of Iiro The Hero (And Other Finnish Things)

The Origin Of Iiro The Hero (And Other Finnish Things)

There is a lack of Finnish things on the Edmonton Oilers these days. In fact there was a lack of Finnish things on the Oklahoma City Barons roster since the departure of Teemu Hartikainen. The grand five years that the Barons have been in existence they have managed to position seven Baltic Sea lovers in the lineup, and seven has always been God’s perfect number. Toni Rajala, Antti Tyrvainen, Teemu Hartikainen, and to a lesser extent Lennart Petrell, Niko Hovinen, and Frans Tuohimaa have given opponents Helsinki Hell and caused a frenzied hot flash to Barons fans far and wide. The swoon-worthy-ness of Finnish hockey players has always been a tiny obsession of mine, and it only grows as the days go by.

This year the Oklahoma City Barons have introduced their latest Finnish Phenom and his name is Iiro, Iiro the Hero.

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By The Numbers Game 48: San Antonio at Oklahoma City

By The Numbers Game 48: San Antonio at Oklahoma City

Your pre-game stat primer as the San Antonio Rampage take on the Oklahoma City Barons in game number 48 of the American Hockey League season.

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By The Numbers Game 35: Texas at Oklahoma City

By The Numbers Game 35: Texas at Oklahoma City

A breakdown of stats, setting you up for the Oklahoma City Barons home opener against the Texas Stars.

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Some Up, Some Down, A Day Of Roster Changes

Some Up, Some Down, A Day Of Roster Changes

As the Oklahoma City Barons march towards their home opener on Friday evening at 7:00pm, the whirling carousel of change again strikes warmly on the great plains. Announced today were a couple of things. Richard Bachman has been recalled to Edmonton to replace the groin-injured Viktor Fasth. Also recalled is winger Steve Pinizzotto, whom the Oilers continue to love out of training camp. In return the Barons receive Bogdan Yakimov after a brief stint (one game) against LA. Meanwhile, Frans Tuohimaa is headed to Oklahoma City to backup NOW starting goaltender Laurent Brossoit.

The early reports are that Fasth, Nugent-Hopkins, and Eberle are ailing. Not a good threesome to be gimpy. Three games in, three losses (but an OT no-one-loses point), and suddenly three injuries. This is not good news, no it isn’t.

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