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Moose re-assign Walker to Oilers 
Tulsa, OK (March 11, 2016)– The Tulsa Oilers announced Friday that Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League have re-assigned forward Ben Walker to Tulsa.
Walker, 22, returns to the Oilers after skating in four games with the Moose where he produced 4 penalty minutes.
The Edina, Minnesota native has suited up in 32 contest with the Oilers–logging 11 points (7 goals and 4 assists).
The six-foot forward will join the Oilers on the road tonight against the Missouri Mavericks, the leading team in the ECHL. Puck drops at 7:05 p.m CST in Independence, Missouri.
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You aren’t going to want to miss a single game the rest of this season. There will celebrations all around with St. Patrick’s day, two jersey auctions (Harley Davidson and Alzheimer’s Awareness, in case you were curious) and a fan appreciation block party and player awards. If you don’t have the tickets for the remainder of the season secured yet, call our office and ask about our playoff push pack. The pack includes two tickets to all five of our remaining regular season games, an autographed hockey glove and playoff ticket priority. Come and get your hockey fix now because once the sun starts shining and you can’t help but spend all your extra time at the lake you’re going to wish you had spent more time with the boys. If your family and friends are looking to spend a bit of time together without risking a sunburn, the Tulsa Oilers make a perfect solution to you things to do in Tulsa list.

Goaltender Kevin Carr is spending his first full season with the Tulsa Oilers. Prior to coming to Tulsa, @carrsy37 spent his collegiate years at Buffalo State University in Buffalo, New York. He left quite the impression on the Tigers. Not only did he appear in every game as a senior, but he also left the school with a new record of a .929 save percentage, as well as nine other school records including career marks for saves, wins and shutouts. Carr also made the State University of New York Athletic Conference Goalie of the Week eleven times during his time in Buffalo, and Rookie of the Week twice during his freshman year.

Carr made his professional debut with the Peoria Rivermen in 2014. The Rivermen, a member of the Southern Professional Hockey League, are based in Peoria, Illinois. While he only played in four games, he registered a total of 243 minutes, a goals against average of 1.48- a total of six goals were made against Carr, two wins, a loss and an overtime loss.

During the 2014-2015 season, Carr’s debut with the Oilers, he played in a total of fifty two games. Carr managed to set another record for the best goals against average among all previous Tulsa Oilers netminders. He was also the first Tulsa goalie to win 30 games in a single season since Rob Branch over a decade ago. So far this season, Carr has been in the net for nearly 2,500 minutes. While he has had ninety one goals against, he has accomplished three separate shutouts and a goals against average of 2.24.  His save percentage is currently sitting at 0.917, placing him at eleventh among all ECHL goaltenders.
If you are looking to catch an entertaining evening right here in Tulsa, come down to the BOK Center to see the one and only Kevin Carr let pucks travelling at unnaturally high speeds fly directly towards his body. You aren’t going to want to miss one of the few remaining games we have left here at Tulsa’s BOK Center. While we only have five home games left of the regular season, it is all about quality, not quantity. The next five games are sure not to disappoint. We have contests against the Missouri Mavericks, Allen Americans and the Colorado Grizzlies in the 918. Our next home game is Friday, March 18th against the league front runner, Missouri Mavericks. Only two teams have managed to beat Missouri at their rink in Independence, Missouri- a suburb of Kansas City. The Tulsa Oilers have done it twice, and as we speak, our playing a game in Independence which is still tied at zero. The next night, Saturday, March 19th, the Tulsa Oilers will host the Allen Americans with a 7:05pm start time. Fast forward to the end of March, following a long road trip to both Allen and the Utah Grizzlies, the Oilers will be back at the BOK Center back to back when the Colorado Eagles take over the visiting locker rooms on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 29th and 30th. Our final regular season game will be on April 9th when the Wichita Thunder makes the trek down the Turnpike to face the Oilers on Fan Appreciation night.

You aren’t going to want to miss a single game this season. There will celebrations all around with St. Patrick’s day, two jersey auctions (Harley Davidson and Alzheimer’s Awareness, in case you were curious) and a fan appreciation block party and player awards. If you don’t have the tickets for the remainder of the season secured yet, call our office and ask about our playoff push pack. The pack includes two tickets to all five of our remaining regular season games, an autographed hockey glove and playoff ticket priority. Come and get your hockey fix now because once the sun starts shining and you can’t help but spend all your extra time at the lake you’re going to wish you had spent more time with the boys. If your family and friends are looking to spend a bit of time together without risking a sunburn, the Tulsa Oilers make a perfect solution to you things to do in Tulsa list.
Coach Jason Christie became the eleventh head coach to lead the Oilers in July 2015. Prior to coming to Tulsa, Christie was the head coach of the Ontario Reign for four season. During his stint with the Reign, Christie was able to post at least forty three wins and qualify for the Kelly Cup Playoffs. Under Christie, the Reign claimed three consecutive Pacific Division titles and an appearance in the Western Conference Finals.

Christie, a product of Gibbons, Alberta, Canada, has been a head coach for thirteen season in both the East Coast Hockey League and the Central Hockey League. He came to Tulsa with a total of eleven postseason appearances. Christie was able to celebrate his 500th win right here in Tulsa, ranking him first on the ECHL’s all-time coaching wins list.