Tulsa earns point against top-ranked Fuel

Box Score

TULSA, OK— The Oilers lost 2-1 to Indy in overtime, earning a point at the BOK Center on Friday.    

Bryce Kindopp scored his second professional goal 17:15 into the game, shoveling a power-play chance over the shoulder of Billy Christopoulos, setting the score 1-0 in Tulsa’s favor. Adam Pleskach earned the primary assist, extending his league-leading, seven-game home pointstreak.

Neither team could find the twine in the second period, with both goalies stealing the show. Roman Durny turned in another top-tier performance, turning aside 12 shots.

Mike Lee found the lone goal of the final frame, scoring his second goal in as many nights with 9:27 remaining in regulation.

The three-on-three overtime period was hard fought, but Alex Rauter found the eventual game-winning goal at the 3:11 point of the extra frame.

The Oilers are back in action tomorrow night against the Indy Fuel at 7:05 p.m. at the BOK Center. Tulsa will close out the four-game week with a 4:05 p.m. Sunday Family Funday game against the Allen Americans on home ice.  

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