In hockey, defensemen rarely average one point a game over an entire season. Barons’ blue-liner Brad Hunt is averaging nearly two points a game. Adding two more assists in Oklahoma City’s 6-4 win over Charlotte on Friday night at the Cox Convention Center, Hunt has scored 13 points in seven games.
San Antonio beat the Oklahoma City Barons 4-3 in a shootout in a matinee at the AT&T Center on Tuesday.
Matt Ford scored to put the Barons up 1-0 early, but San Antonio came back to score three unanswered goals, taking a 3-1 lead in the second period.
But the Barons stormed back. Ryan...
DES MOINES, Iowa — Brad Hunt’s goal at 18:40 of the third period gave the Oklahoma City Barons a 5-4 win over the Iowa Wild on Saturday night at Wells Fargo Arena.
Anton Lander had two goals and an assist for the Barons (6-4-2-1, 15 points). Curtis Hamilton and Travis Ewanyk also scored....
This season, shootouts have been trimmed to three skaters. After Ryan Hamilton, OKC’s third and final skater, failed to score the game should have ended. When officials allowed San Antonio to send out a third skater, OKC sent out Will Acton, a fourth shooter, before officials corrected the error,...
Oklahoma City also has a core of players who have been in coach Todd Nelson’s system. Eight players — Anton Lander, Curtis Hamilton, Tyler Pitlick, Brandon Davidson, Travi Ewaynk, Kale Kessy and David Musil — have played in a combined 788 games with the Barons.
In his first two games back in Oklahoma City after spending the first month of the season with the Edmonton Oilers, the Ridge Meadows, British Columbia, product has scored three points, including two goals off lasers from the point.
A crowd of 3,923 watched San Antonio beat Oklahoma City for the third time in as many tries this season; the Rampage improved to 6-6-0 and moved into a second-place tie with the Barons (5-3-2) in the West Division.
A veteran defenseman who last season set the Barons’ single-season record for points by a blue-liner, Brad Hunt scored two goals, including a power play goal, in Oklahoma City’s 4-3 overtime win over the Toronto Marlies on Saturday night at the Cox Convention Center.
The American Hockey League this season is experimenting with an overtime rule that was a factor in Saturday night’s game when Curtis Hamilton scored with 22 seconds left in the extra period to lift the Barons to a 4-3 win over Toronto at the Cox Convention Center.
Pakarinen has been off to such a solid start with the Oklahoma City Barons, he’s getting a chance in the NHL. Pakarinen was called up by the Edmonton Oilers to help make up for the loss of injured star Taylor Hall.