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Barons Struggle To Play Full Game, Lose To San Antonio

Barons Struggle To Play Full Game, Lose To San Antonio

The Rampage and the Barons were both coming off losses the night prior to meeting on Saturday in the heart of Oklahoma City. While the Barons carried over their solid final period from the night before, the Rampage would continue the so-so doldrums. But quickly the script would flip and the Rampage would out man, out muscle, and flat out dominate the back half of the game on route to a 5-4 victory.

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Barons Come Close, Lose To Stars 3-2

Barons Come Close, Lose To Stars 3-2

Hockey’s opening night in Bricktown 2014 was bound to be interesting. A matchup against the Calder Cup champs whom, by the way, swept the Barons in the first round en route to that same Cup always makes for a grand stage. The Stars, a formidable…

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Oklahoma City Defeated In Overtime By San Antonio

Oklahoma City Defeated In Overtime By San Antonio

The Oklahoma City Barons traveled to San Antonio to face the Rampage in what was the team’s first game of the regular season. Facing only opponents from Texas for the entire month, OKC nestled in to their gameplan against a team they’d see regularly moving…

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OKC Completes Final Preseason Game, 4-3 Loss To San Antonio

OKC Completes Final Preseason Game, 4-3 Loss To San Antonio

With the mighty Iiro coming through with an overtime goal to beat the Texas Stars a night before, the Barons would run out of gas (and time) in San Antonio for their preseason finale. A 4-3 loss at the hands of the Rampage was not without its special moments, however, they were just few and far between.

Kale Kessy, via a Graeme Craig whale of a shot, beat goaltender Dan Ellis for the game’s opening goal. It felt monumental. The Rampage would walk through the first period with no goals, but would rely heavily on Bobby Butler to get them back on course. His pair of goals came at the most important times, and it eventually was too much for the Barons to handle.

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Oklahoma City Comes Back…To Beat Texas In OT

Oklahoma City Comes Back…To Beat Texas In OT

The first preseason game of the season, and the Oklahoma City Barons won in fine fashion. After a lazy opening period that featured a Texas Star team willing to shoot the puck on starting tender Laurent Brossoit, the Barons would eventually resurrect their game to round out the final three plus periods.

A pair of goals by Taylor Peters for the Stars felt like enough to sink the Barons ship. Instead some really strong forward play by the Barons, and goals from Tommy Mele (assisted on by another Mele) and another tipped in goal from Matt Ford brought the game even at two goals a piece.

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Texas at Oklahoma City Game Two (GR)(M)umblings

Texas at Oklahoma City Game Two (GR)(M)umblings

The Oklahoma wind has done a number on my nasal passages so gird your loins for some epic grumble / mumbles on all things Tejas vs. Land Runners. But as I take my 24-hour Claritin about three hours to late, I’m suddenly calmed, my heart rate dipping towards normalcy, I’m reminded that things really aren’t all that bad. The Barons are on the ropes, down two games to nil in a best-of-five series, but they’ve taken the best team in the AHL (according to the standings) twice to OT. That’s good news. Great news even. Yet, I’m still not entirely hopeful. C’mon allergy medicine, make me feel better.

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