OILERS POINT STREAK SNAPPED BY RAPID CITY
Conor Landrigan scores in first professional game in 4-1 loss
TULSA, OK — Tulsa saw its six-game point streak snapped by Rapid City in a 4-1 loss at the BOK Center on Wednesday.
Hunter Garlent scored the opening goal of the game 13:26 into the action, tipping a shot from Mike Hedden to the top of the net. Stephen Baylis closed the period out 2-0, scoring with 2:16 left in the frame.
Avery Peterson scored his team-leading 20th goal of the season 1:28 into the second period, dropping to one knee before releasing a blast over the shoulder of Devin Williams. Conor Landrigan made it a 3-1 game with a goal in his first professional appearance, powering a puck through the shoulder of Brad Barone 11:07 into the period. Avery Peterson closed the scoreline 4-1 with 4:31 left in the second period, beating Williams from the right wing. Hayden Hawkey made his Oilers debut in relief of Williams with 24:31 remaining in the game, stopping seven of seven shots.