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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 Oct. 27, 2021

OILERS SHOW RESILIENCE WITH THREE-GOAL WIN

Oilers win second-straight road game with 5-2 win over Kansas City

Box Score

INDEPENDENCE, MO—The Oilers defeated Kansas City 5-2 at Cable Dahmer Arena on Wednesday night.  

Former Oiler Darik Angeli opened the scoring with a power-play goal 12:47 into the game. Jimmy Soper tied things up with a hard-nosed play in front of the net 1:09 after.

Jack Doremus scored his second professional goal, tipping Mike McKee’s point shot past Angus Redmond to set the score 2-1 in Tulsa’s favor 7:53 into the middle frame. Lane Scheidl leveled the game 13:28 into the middle frame, guiding the puck off his shoulder and past Mason McDonald and giving Kansas City it’s second power-play goal of the game. McDonald left the game after an injury 34:43 into the game. Nathan Larose scored his second goal of the season — the Oilers first power-play tally of the young campaign— with 4:44 remaining in the middle period.

Tanner Lischynsky scored his first ECHL goal 10:11 into the third period on the power play and Carson Denomie collected his first ECHL point with the primary assist. Dylan Sadowy and Nathan Larose picked up their second consecutive multi-point games with an empty-net goal with 1:32 remaining in the game. Manella — who stopped 16 of 16 shots after entering the game — picked up the secondary assist on the empty netter.  

The Oilers return to the BOK Center on Saturday, Oct. 30 for the team’s home opener at 7:05 p.m. The first 2,000 fans will receive a 2021-22-magnet schedule.

Oilers Season and Group Tickets are on sale now! Call the Oilers front office at 918-632-PUCK (7825) or visit www.tulsaoilers.com for more information.

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