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Saturday Dec. 15, 2018 at 6:35 p.m. C.T. Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum  (6,800)

The Oilers look close out their difficult road trip with a win. Tulsa has lost all seven games on the trip, but have picked up points in two of the last three. Last night’s point kept the Oilers second in the division, but Idaho, Kansas City and Rapid City are closing in quickly in a playoff race where second (Tulsa) and fifth place (Kansas City) are separated by just two points. Indy will look to use the momentum from last night’s overtime victory, which extended their impressive home record to 9-3. 

Statistical Comparison

Tulsa Indy 
Streak: 0-5-2-0Streak: 1-0-0-0
Goals Scored: 76Goals Scored: 73
Goals Against: 75Goals Against: 84 
Power Play: 10.9%
(26/101, 25th)
Power Play: 13.5%
(24/104, 22nd)
Penalty Kill:  83.7 %
(16th)

Penalty Kill: 82.2%
(21st)

Players To Watch 

Tulsa

  • #28 Ryan Tesink 
    • Leads Oilers with 22 points (9G, 13A) in 26 GP
  • #29 Ian McNulty  
    • Has points in the two of the last three games, including an assist on the Oilers lone goal last night 
  • #16 Scott Henegar 
    • Four points in last five games
    • Scored the Oilers lone goal in last night’s OTL in Indy 

Indy 

  • #18 Kevin Dufor 
    • Fifteen points in last 15 games 
    • Only Fuel player in top five in points with a positive +/- (+2)
  • #30 Matt Tomkins
    • Won his last three appearances
    • Has a save percentage of at least .914 in his last three starts 
  • #27 Quentin Shore  
    • Has points in back-to-back games
    • Has picked up seven points in his nine-game injury shortened season 

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