FOUR-GOAL SECOND PERIOD LIFTSOILERS OVER MAVERICKS
Tulsascored four goals in the middle frame to chase Parsons from the crease in a 5-1victory.
INDEPENDENCE, MO — Tulsa spoiled the weekend for theMavericks, winning 5-1 at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena on Saturday.
The weekend trend of last-minute goals continued atSilverstein Eye Centers Arena when Derek Pratt scooped the puck up in theneutral zone, leading to a breakaway on which the defenseman scored his firstgoal of the season, a short-side top shelf snipe over Devin Williamswith just 12 seconds left in the opening period.
Tulsa tied up the affair when Miles Liberatiripped a power-play blast from the blue line through the five hole of TylerParsons. The goal gives the Oilers power-play goals in back-to-back games.Roughly 10 minutes later, Jack Nevins looked Parsons off on the two-on-onebefore blasting a slap shot off the far post and into the back of the net,giving the Oilers their first lead of the week. Charlie Sampair added tothe Tulsa lead 2:03 later when he flew around the entire zone and deposited thepuck over a sprawled Parsons on the wraparound. Jared Thomas stepped upwith his first goal since being activated from injured reserve, powering towardthe net, faking a shot and opening up Parons for the Oilers’ third goal in a3:22 span, leading to a goalie change for the Mavericks.
DannyMoynihanmade it five unanswered goals, receving and depositng a cross-zone pass from Thomaspast Nick Schneider 17:08 into the final period. The goal gives Moynihan ateam-leading 15 goals on the season.
Tulsa now heads to Indianapolis to face off against the Fuel on Feb. 7 before traveling to Memorial Coliseum to battle the Fort Wayne Komets.
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