Yeo scored his first goal of the series nearly midway through the second, putting the Barons up for good, 3-2.
Tambellini, other Oilers officials in attendance
Edmonton Oilers general manager Steve Tambellini and several other members of the team's front office were in Oklahoma City for Tuesday's game.
Tambellini just returned from the IIHF under-18 world championships in the Czech Republic.
Success in Oklahoma City is key to building toward success in Edmonton, Tambellini said.
“In pro hockey and pro sports period, you've got to learn how to win and it's a big jump from college or Canadian juniors,” Tambellini said. “We brought not only veterans here but veterans that had a great track record on and off the ice and they've been great with this team.”
He also praised the job Barons coach Todd Nelson has done with the team.
“He's been really consistent in helping these guys become better players every day,” Tambellini said. “And he's done it the right way. There are a lot of different levels of athlete here and he's done a great job of handling that.”