Games 4 and 5 of the Western Conference Finals between the Barons and Toronto Marlies will be televised on Cox Channel 3 (703 in HD) in the Oklahoma City area.
The Toronto feed for the game will be used, with the Marlies announcers calling the action.
The Barons will have a watch party for all three games in Toronto, including Monday afternoon's Game 3, at Buffalo Wild Wings on Northwest Expressway.
BARONS-MARLIES GET PHYSICAL LATE
With just more than two minutes remaining and the Barons up 5-1 Friday night, things got heated on the ice between the teams with a line brawl breaking out.
Tanner House and Will Acton got the action started with a fight that drew each a five-minute major.
But by the time the dust cleared, nine players were sent off and 92 penalty minutes combined were called, including game misconducts to the Barons' Triston Grant and Toronto's Korbinian Holzer.
“They're a proud bunch,” Barons coach Todd Nelson said of the Marlies. “They had to push back tonight. The playoffs are emotional. But you're not going to see what happened tonight in the last five minutes carry over to the first of Game 3.”
1. Magnus Paajarvi, Barons
Paajarvi assisted on a pair of goals, by Teemu Hartikainen and Chris VandeVelde, and was a plus-3.
2. Philippe Cornet, Barons
Assisted on a power-play goal by Mark Arcobello early, and then had the favor returned late in the second period when Arcobello fed Cornet for a goal in front.
3. Yann Danis, Barons
Turned away 27 of Toronto's 28 shots, including a flurry late in the third period after Toronto cut the deficit to 3-1.
TAMBELLINI, BURKE WATCH GAME 2
Edmonton Oilers general manager Steve Tambellini and Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brian Burke were in attendance for Friday's Game 2.
Burke was also in town for Thursday's series opener.
Tambellini arrived in Oklahoma City a day after flying to the home of Tom Renney to inform the Oilers coach he would not be back with the team next season.
Barons coach Todd Nelson is said to be one of the candidates for the job.
Tambellini wasn't the only Oilers executive at the game. He was joined by assistant general manager Ricky Olczyk and director of player development Billy Moores.
ABNEY MAKES PLAYOFF DEBUT
Cameron Abney had watched the playoffs from the stands in the second round and in Game 1 after being assigned to the Barons once the East Coast Hockey League's Stockton Thunder ended its season.
Friday night, though, Abney made his American Hockey League playoff debut, stepping into the lineup for Curtis Hamilton after Hamilton made his playoff debut in Thursday's loss.
“He was good,” Nelson said of Abney. “In fairness to him, he didn't get a lot of ice time but he did a good job when called upon. It's difficult to get going when you sit for 10-12 minutes and then have to try to execute plays and get your feet going.”
Their services were needed because of recent upper-body injuries suffered by Josh Green and Hunter Tremblay.