Barons in middle of stretch of three games in three days

by Michael Baldwin Published: November 3, 2012

Schultz leads the AHL with 15 points. Eberle is second on the Barons with 11 points. Nugent-Hopkins has 10.


Hall was given a five-minute, game-misconduct hit-to-the-head penalty in the third period of Friday's game. Hit-to-the-head penalties draw an automatic one-game suspension. After reviewing game tape, AHL officials removed the automatic suspension, indicating it was a shoulder-to-shoulder hit.


The Barons are giving away a vehicle at every Saturday home game. Donna Kramer won a Jeep Liberty Saturday night. One of 20 finalists, each contestant stood on squares numbered 1 through 20. Kramer stood on No. 5 square which was the winner determined by a puck that was dropped down a Plinko board.

The next giveaway is Nov. 17, when a GMC Acadia will be given away.


Team captain Josh Green remains sidelined with a pulled rib muscle. ... After two Aeros players were injured in Friday's game, play was expected to be chippy. Less than three minutes into Saturday's game, Houston's Corbin Baldwin and OKC's Cameron Abney dropped the gloves and squared off at center ice.

by Michael Baldwin
Mike Baldwin has been a sports reporter for The Oklahoman since 1982. Mike graduated from Okmulgee High School in 1974 and attended Oklahoma Christian University, graduating with a journalism degree in 1978. Mike's first job was sports editor...
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