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AHL Today: March 15th, 2014

AHL Today: March 15th, 2014

Photo courtesy Steven Christy Photography. All rights reserved.          Yesterday’s Games UTICA AT ABBOTSFORD COMETS HEAT   1 3 Game 894: GAMESHEET 26-27-3-4 RECORD 34-21-5-2 6-4-0-0 LAST TEN 2-6-1-1 0-1-0-0 STREAK 1-0-0-0 ——————————————————————————————— Joacim Eriksson(19-18-2)LOSS, 33 saves GOALTENDER Olivier Roy (7-7-1) WIN,…

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AHL Today: March 10th, 2014

AHL Today: March 10th, 2014

Photo from Portland Pirates Twitter. All rights reserved.          Yesterday’s Games The #ChicagoWolves muster a season-low-tying 19 shots, but defeat Abbotsford 4-1 tonight as Matt Climie earns his 100th #AHL victory! — Chicago Wolves Live (@ChiWolvesLive) March 10, 2014 LOSER CHICAGO AT…

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AHL Today: March 9th, 2014

AHL Today: March 9th, 2014

Photo from Texas Stars Twitter. All rights reserved.    Friday’s Games In case you missed Friday’s games, here’s the results: vs.  St. John’s IceCaps defeat Bridgeport Sound Tigers, 3-2 vs.  Grand Rapids Griffins defeat Iowa Wild, 4-0 vs.  Hartford Wolf Pack defeat Springfield Falcons, 6-2  vs.  Manchester Monarchs…

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Do Your Part To Make This World A Little Better…VOTE FOR A TEEMU HARTIKAINEN BOBBLEHEAD!

Do Your Part To Make This World A Little Better…VOTE FOR A TEEMU HARTIKAINEN BOBBLEHEAD!

The old saying “it’s better late than never” applies to some things, but most of the time it really is just a trite statement placed on those people or events that really are late to the party. Take the Oklahoma City Barons for instance. Great team for many seasons now. They’ve also procured some great talent. One of those being Teemu Hartikainen, who was really a “heart” guy from a fan perspective. Attractive, a great player, magically talented, and endearing as can be. He’s gone. Long story very short, he felt he wasn’t in the immediate plans, and has sought refuge in Russia (weird phrase, yes). However, the Barons have chosen to possible ressurect his likeness in the form of a bobblehead.

Our cries season after season for a Teemu bobblehead went unheard, and now we have a chance to attain his greatness for a momentary spasm. YOU, the fine readers of Tend The Farm, have a chance to make a positive difference in this world by voting for the Teemu Hartikainen bobblehead.

The three-part release of bobbleheads this season will feature Todd Nelson, Justin Schultz (odd), and one more. The choice is up to the fans. It will either be Mark Arcobello, Yann Danis, Bryan Helmer, and Teemu Hartikainen. Vote with your heart, which will always lead you to Teemu, and you can own a piece of history.

Regardless of the clanky nature of enshrining players that have now left, and are playing elsewhere, this is an opportunity for you and me and all of use to to do our part to make this world a little better…

VOTE HERE, BUT ONLY IF IT’S THE CORRECT VOTE. YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

#VOTETEEMU!!!!!!

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Where Are They Now? A 2013-14 Season Update on Former OKC Barons

Where Are They Now? A 2013-14 Season Update on Former OKC Barons

With the Oklahoma City Barons underway in their fourth season, we’ve seen many faces roll through the roster in just the three seasons of existence. With the European season well underway, and the NHL and AHL starting this past week, we’ll take a look at where former OKC Barons are playing this year and how they’ve done so far.

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Oklahoma City Barons AHL Season Preview: “We’ve Got Our Problems, Don’t We All”

Oklahoma City Barons AHL Season Preview: “We’ve Got Our Problems, Don’t We All”

A wise old man once said, “It’s not that I’m smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” That smart man was Al Einstein, an Oilers fan 30 years too soon. If you’ve followed Edmonton Oilers hockey over the last four years you understand this quote, and the subtle jab it provides. As the team embarks on a voyage in the post-Steve Tambellini world, we are graced with the presence of Craig MacTavish, who himself has stuck with the problem far longer than most. His tour of duty replacing a sullied GM began with a broad statement that was played out over the summer months – “…we have to do some bold things”. So far they’ve not been entirely bold, but they’ve not been tepid either. He’s been assessing NHL needs, saying the right things, moving the right assets, and being open and honest with the masses along the way. Yet there are some bold things happening at the minor league level where the prospect becomes the focus of the organization rather than wins, losses, Calder Cup appearances, and “good” AHL teams.

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