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OKC Barons: Streaking Barons return to Cox Center at 7 p.m. Tuesday against San Antonio.

Barons captain Anton Lander returns from Edmonton Oilers. Mark Arcobello has 24 points in 12 games since being sent down by the Oilers.
Oklahoman Published: March 10, 2014

San Antonio at Barons

•When: 7 p.m. Tuesday

•Where: Cox Convention Center

•Radio: KXY 96.1 FM. Jim Byers play-by-play, Doug Sauter color analyst

•Tickets: Prices range between $10 and $40. Tickets can be purchased at the Cox Center box office or by calling 232-4625.

•Scouting report: The Barons have gone 12-2-2 the past six weeks to move up to ninth in the Western Conference, two standings point behind Milwaukee. San Antonio is 12th, seven points behind OKC... The Barons are 6-4 vs. the Rampage, including 4-0 at the Cox Center... Mark Arcobello, the Barons all-time leading scorer, has scored in all 12 games since he was sent down by Edmonton. Arcobello has scored 24 points in 12 games...The Barons’ leading scorer and captain, Anton Lander, was returned to to Oklahoma City on Monday. Lander was recalled by the Oilers over the weekend....Goalie Richard Bachman (19-14-5, 3.03 GAA, .907 saves percentage) has been in net for all but one of the dozen wins during the hot streak...The Rampage is led by Bobby Butler (37 points)... San Antonio’s No. 1 goalie is Michael Houser (12-11-5, 2.56 GAA, .918 saves percentage).

by Michael Baldwin
Redhawks, Barons, MLB, NFL Reporter
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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