The Barons have lowered tickets prices for the 2014-15 season. In a newly configured 6,468-seat setup at the Cox Convention Center, the Barons are offering 1,500 tickets to every home game for $10 compared to 400 tickets a game sold at $10 last season.
The 2014-15 Barons will open the season building around veteran forward Matt Ford, who scored 25 goals for OKC last season, and defenseman Brad Hunt, who compile 50 points to establish the franchise scoring record for a blue-liner last season.
The Oklahoma City Barons will open training camp at 10 a.m. Monday, and the public is invited to watch free of charge. The American Hockey League team will work out until 11:15 a.m. at the Cox Convention Center. Practices continue at the same time on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Barons were on the brink of tying the best-of-five series before American Hockey League MVP Travis Morin scored late in regulation to tie it. The Stars won 3-2 on Brendan Ranford’s goal with 4:56 left in the sudden-death extra period.
Lander might be playing his final game for the Oklahoma City Barons at the Cox Convention Saturday night if they don’t rally in a first-round playoff series against the Texas Stars, the Western Conference’s top seed.