The Barons will offer hundreds more $10 seats next season, and are asking fans to help them determine the exact pricing structure.
Fans have until April 3 to choose between Proposal A (a 7,544-seat configuration with more than 2,500 tickets priced at $10) and Proposal B (a 6,468-seat configuration with around 1,500 tickets priced at $10).
This season the Barons are offering only 400 tickets at $10 a game. Fans can vote at okcbarons.com.
ARCOBELLO, HORAK SCRATCHED
Mark Arcobello, the Barons’ all-time scoring leader who has scored in all 15 games since he was re-assigned to OKC on Feb. 2, and Roman Horak, the team’s leading scorer (47 points) while team captain Anton Lander is in Edmonton, both sat out Tuesday’s game with undisclosed injuries.
Horak and Arcobello are listed day-to-day. Horak is 50-50 for the weekend road trip. Arcobello is doubtful.
BARONS DOMINATE RAMPAGE
The Barons-Rampage 12-game season series ended Tuesday night with OKC owning an 8-2-2 edge. Dating back to Nov. 30, the Barons won the final six games, outscoring San Antonio 26-14 in the six wins.
“It’s strange how it sometimes plays out,” said Barons coach Todd Nelson. “Our first year we couldn’t beat Houston, then the second year we beat them all the time. They’re quality wins. San Antonio is a team with skill and a veteran presence.”
Following a two-game road trip Saturday and Sunday to Charlotte, the Barons will play six of their final eight games at home (April 2, 5, 6, 16, 18, 19).
Brad Hunt’s assist on OKC’s first goal gives him 46 points, third among AHL defensemen scoring. … Defenseman Brandon Davidson squared off with Rampage left winger Garrett Wilson in the third period in one of the more entertaining fights of the season. … Forward Steve MacIntyre has returned to OKC after a brief call-up to Edmonton. Often a healthy scratch for the Barons, the physical, 33-year-old throw-back player has appeared in only five games for the Barons the past two months.