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AMERICANS POWER PLAY DOWNS OILERS IN OVERTIME

Friday, November 24th
AMERICANS POWER PLAY DOWNS OILERS IN OVERTIME

AMERICANS POWER PLAY DOWNS OILERS IN OVERTIME

Allen flipped the script on Tulsa, scoring three third-period goals to win 5-4 in overtime
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, gained a point in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Allen Americans on Black Friday at the BOK Center.

Justin Allen put the Americans on the board 3:53 into the game, scoring a power-play goal from the top of the zone to set the Americans up 1-0. Kyle Crnkovic knotted the action 1-1 with his fourth of the campaign just 1:11 later, finishing a wraparound-feed from Dante Sheriff. Tyler Poulsen scored his second goal of the season against his former team, a beautiful top-shelf, toe-drag finish 7:05 into the action to put Tulsa up 2-1. Kishaun Gervais wrapped up the scoring in the opening period with his second of the season at the 16:16 mark. Kristian Stead stopped 10 of 11 in the first period.

Kalvyn Watson potted the only goal of the second period, a wrist shot from the left circle off a Davis ‘T-Bone’ Codd faceoff win that squeaked through Mark Sinclair 8:06 into the middle period. The Oilers held the Americans to a season-best two shots against in the 20-minute battle.

Colby McAuley netted the Americans’ second power-play goal of the game 2:43 into the third, cutting Tulsa’s lead in half to start the comeback. Johnny Walker scored his first of the season with 8:47 remaining to bring Allen within one goal at 4-3. McAuley notched his second power play of the frame with 24 seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime.

Kris Myllari netted the overtime game-winning goal 1:12 in on a delayed penalty, giving the Americans their fourth-and-final special-teams goal.

Both squads square off again tomorrow, Nov. 25 for Teddy Bear Toss at 7:05 p.m. Tulsa hosts Wichita for the first meeting between the long-time rivals at 4:05 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 26 for a Griffin Media postgame skate.     

Highlights:

·      Tyler Poulsen scored his fourth goal in his last five games

·      Kishaun Gervais scored his first home goal as an Oiler

·      Yaroslav Yevdokimov has four points (1G, 3A) in his last two outings

·      Kristian Stead continues his point streak as a netminder, earning three out of a possible four in his two starts with Tulsa

·      Allen defeated the Oilers in overtime for the second time this season

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