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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

Brad Hunt Named First Team AHL All-Star

Brad Hunt Named First Team AHL All-Star

Brad Hunt, defenseman for the Oklahoma City Barons and occasionally the Edmonton Oilers, has been named first team AHL All-Star for the season of 2014-15. In 57 AHL appearances this season he earned seventeen goals and 31 assists which places him second in defensive scoring. Chris Wideman is the other first team defender, and he remains the lone blue-liner ahead of Hunt (54 points in seventy games).

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Richard Bachman Swapped (Or Loaned) For Brossoit, Curtis Hamilton Recalled

Richard Bachman Swapped (Or Loaned) For Brossoit, Curtis Hamilton Recalled

Richard Bachman has had a unbelievable two week stretch. Playing NHL minutes, the death of his brother, and the soon-ish arrival of his first child, Bachman is a guy with a ton of things going on in life. The way in which he has handled each reveals the boatload of integrity this guy has. In case you didn’t already know that. He has been “loaned” to the Oklahoma City Barons, swapped for Brossoit, meanwhile Curtis Hamilton is recalled.

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Andrew Miller Returns To OKC, Who Is Tyler Pitlick?

Andrew Miller Returns To OKC, Who Is Tyler Pitlick?

Who is this Tyler Pitlick you speak of? A former Baron, you say? He played with the Edmonton Oilers for a stretch this season? You don’t say.

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A Look At The Barons Roster, Rampage Tonight

A Look At The Barons Roster, Rampage Tonight

The Oklahoma City Barons host the San Antonio Rampage tonight. The team from the Alamo city has clinched a spot in the AHL postseason, and by golly tickets are already on sale. With that in mind, tonight’s game could be a tightly wound grudge match or an absolutely debilitating game for the Barons who are in desperate need of wins.

Let’s take a look at what we have to work with.

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Dear Alberta, I Love You

Dear Alberta, I Love You

I walked to the counter of a coffee shop in Cochrane, Alberta where the line was long, winding out the door, and spilling over to the parking lot. Yet all seemed fine with their wait, and were content to chit-chat about everything that popped into their minds. They talked junior hockey, the cost of Albertan beef, vinyl banner printing, and ‘The Martian’s’ take on real-science in a sci-fi loving world. Their ages were diverse – young chatting with old, suit chatting with ranch hand, small home chatting with deluxe home – and they were content to just be there.

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ECHL Playoffs Primer: March 31, 2015

ECHL Playoffs Primer: March 31, 2015

As we head into the final couple weeks of the ECHL regular season, each point is extremely critical as we head down the home stretch and a few teams are still fighting for their playoff lives. Nine of the available sixteen spots have been secured, here’s where we stand as thirteen teams battle it out for the remaining seven seats to the postseason.

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