After Saturday's 2-1 loss, 11 of the last 14 Barons games have been decided by one goal and 21 of the last 22 have come down to one goal or a goal plus an empty-netter.
“It's a little frustrating, especially when we're not winning,” Barons defenseman Dylan Yeo said. “We're just in a slump. Every team goes through stretches like this.”
The Barons lead the American Hockey league with 26 one-goal games, going 14-7-2-3.
1. Danny Taylor, Abbotsford
The Barons managed 33 shots but Taylor stopped all but Dylan Yeo's second-period blast.
2. Jordan Henry, Abbotsford
Assisted on both Abbotsford goals and had a first-period fight with Barons winger Antti Tyrvainen.
3. Dylan Yeo, Barons
Scored the Barons goal, his second of the season, 13:08 into the second period on a blast from inside the blue line.
IVANANS HAS EXPERIENCE IN OKC
There aren't many players in the American Hockey League who have experience playing in the Cox Convention Center beyond this season or last.
But for Abbotsford winger Raitis Ivanans, Saturday night wasn't his first experience in the building as an opponent.
Ivanans played in the Central Hockey League in the 1998-99 season, spending the majority of the season with the Tulsa Oilers. He also played 16 games with the Macon Whoopee that season.
Ivanans, 33, has played 282 games in the National Hockey League splitting time between Calgary, Los Angeles and Montreal.
The Barons and the Thunder played home games on the same night for the second time this season. The first was New Year's Eve. ... The Barons are 2-4-1-0 when scoring one goal. ... After playing four consecutive games, Tyler Pitlick was held out for the Barons.