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Tend The Farm ~ From the wind-swept plains of Oklahoma comes Tend The Farm, where the little seedlings called Barons one day hope to blossom into full time Oilers -- one season at a time. Oh, and, farming the Oilers ain't easy. - page 2

Martin Marincin Out, David Musil Back In For Game Six

Martin Marincin Out, David Musil Back In For Game Six

The Utica Comets are leading the Oklahoma City Barons three games to two in the Western Conference semis. As the time until puck drop slowly inches our way, some news has come about that involves defensive changes. You aren’t going to like it, but you probably expected it.

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Four Power Play Goals Lifts OKC Past Utica, Series Tied

Four Power Play Goals Lifts OKC Past Utica, Series Tied

The series is tied 2-2 after Wednesday night. How this happened is quite the thing to behold, and for once fans were correct in clamoring for a different approach to the lineup.

After the first two games of the series, where only a combined six goals were scored in eleven periods, game three was a bit more offense-friendly. If offense-friendly is how we explain game three then game four was a move-in-we-are-getting-married-and-having-a-baby-after-knowing-each-other-for-three-months type of explanation.

The Barons scored seven goals, four on the power play, to lift them past the Utica Comets on Wednesday evening. The 7-4 final would tie the series at two games a piece.

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Nurse, Platzer, & Chase Enter Game Four Lineup

Nurse, Platzer, & Chase Enter Game Four Lineup

The Oklahoma City Barons needed to do something before it was too late. After the loss on Monday night, OKC is turning towards the young ‘uns to help make things a bit more difficult for Utica to combat.

Announced today, Darnell Nurse, Kyle Platzer, and Greg Chase will all enter tonight’s lineup against the Utica Comets.

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Oklahoma City Blazers Have Piece of History Returned

Oklahoma City Blazers Have Piece of History Returned

As the chapter of the Oklahoma City Barons comes to an end (and hopefully it’ll still continue for a while longer), Prodigal has been taking the opportunity to clear out their storage rooms. Last night, in quite a surprising turn of events, Prodigal began selling their old stocks of Oklahoma City Blazers memorabilia and pieces from the locker room (with proceeds being donated to Hockey Ministries).

Some of the more interesting items were wood-crafted logos that were hung inside the Blazers locker room over the years. Needless to say, they were some of the first things to be sold.

With the Oklahoma City Blazers being revived in the Junior-III Western States Hockey League, one fan took the opportunity to buy one of the pieces and donate it to the team.

From the Blazers Facebook:

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The AHL announces 2015-16 division alignment

The AHL announces 2015-16 division alignment

With only one game on the American Hockey League schedule tonight, the AHL added news to the schedule as well as they announced the divisional alignment for the 2015-16 season. We already knew that the California teams would be a part of a new Pacific Division, but we weren’t quite sure what the makeup of it would be. Today, we got to find out.

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Matt Climie Heads Overseas

Matt Climie Heads Overseas

A goaltender that the Oklahoma City Barons have faced multiple times over the last five seasons will be pulling up his goalposts and heading to Germany next season. Announced today on YouTube and their website, the Straubing Tigers of the German DEL have signed Climie to a contract.

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