Mavericks pick up second point in goaltender duel

Box Score

INDEPENDENCE, MO — The Oilers fell 2-1 in overtime to Kansas City on Thursday night at Cable Dahmer Arena.

Rob Bordson opened the scoring, finishing off a low-slot feed from Giorgio Estephan 5:47 into the game.

Michael McNicholas tied the game with his second point in as many games, roofing an in-tight chance over the shoulder of Andrew Shortridge 4:37 into the middle period. McNicholas had the lone tally of the second period, setting up a 1-1 game heading into the third period.

Both teams left the third period without additional goals, forcing the third overtime frame for Tulsa in the last four games.

Willie Corrin ripped a slap shot from the left point with 11 seconds remaining in overtime, giving Kansas City the second point. Roman Durny stopped 28 shots of 30 in his first start since being placed on injured reserve on March 20.  

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