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FARREN’S HAT TRICK POWERS OILERS PAST CYCLONES

Sunday, October 29th
FARREN’S HAT TRICK POWERS OILERS PAST CYCLONES

 

FARREN’S HAT TRICK POWERS OILERS PAST CYCLONES

Michael Farren records hat trick, Ryan Olsen nets game-winning goal in 500th professional game for first victory of 2023-24   

BOX SCORE 

TULSA, Okla. —The Tulsa Oilers, proud ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks and the AHL’s San Diego Gulls and powered by Community Care, won 4-3 over the Cincinnati Cyclones on Sunday afternoon at the BOK Center. 

Michael Farren opened the scoring 10 seconds before the halfway point of the first period, squeezing a sharp-angle, highlight-reel backhander over the shoulder of Olof Lindbom. Farren scored his second of the frame with 1:38 remaining until the break, launching a snapper into the top shelf from the left circle, sending Tulsa up 2-0 into the second. 

Farren completed his natural hat trick just 1:33 into the middle period — the lone goal of the frame. Gage Alexander stopped an additional 12 shots, bringing his total through 40 minutes to 21. 

Luka Burzan put the Cyclones on the board 4:41 into the third period, depositing a chance from the back door. Matej Pekar followed up with a goal from the same spot just 1:54 after, cutting Tulsa’s lead to 3-2. Louie Caporusso leveled the game 3-3 with a five-on-three-power-play goal with 7:48 left. Ryan Olsen netted his first goal as an Oiler — the eventual game winner — in his 500th professional game with 5:06 remaining. Olsen baseball swung the puck past Lindblom after a chest-high saucer feed from Dante Sheriff

Alexander finished with 37 saves on 40 shots, while Farren (3G), Olsen (1G, 1A) and Jarod Hilderman (2A) all finished with multi-point efforts. 

Tulsa finished with at least one goal in all three periods. The Oilers scored the opening goal for the first time this season, setting them 1-0-0-0 when drawing first blood. 

The Oilers defend home ice again on Thursday, Nov. 2 for Kid’s Day, starting at 10:35 a.m. at the BOK Center against the Allen Americans. 

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