OILERS PICK UP POINT INSHUTOUT LOSS
Allen scored an overtime, power-play goal to spoil Oilers homecoming.
TULSA, OK — The Oilers fell 1-0 to Allen in overtime atthe BOK Center on Tuesday.
No goals were found in a first period that only sawa total of 13 shots, eight for Tulsa and five for the Americans.
Andrew Shortridge stopped 14 shots in the secondperiod, including some highlight-caliber stops. Devin Williams was only testedsix times, but had to make some incredible saves of his own to keep the gamedeadlocked.
The game became more open in the final frame, withboth team reaching double-digit shot totals. Allen outshot the Oilers 13-11 inthe period. Jack Nevins picked up a high-sticking minor with 29 seconds left inthe period, allowing the Americans to start the extra frame on the manadvantage.
Hunter Drew picked up a high-sticking minor of hisown 19 seconds later, allowing Allen to set up a five-on-three power-play opportunity.It took Jordan topping 57 seconds to find the game-winning goal, batting thepuck of the air with great reflexes to finally solve the brick wall that wasWilliams.
Tulsa and Allen will play again at the Allen EventCenter on Saturday, March 7 at 7:05 p.m. to close out a two-game week.
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