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11-21-2012, 02:24 AM
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OKC Barons @ Texas Stars, Wednesday 11/21 6:30PM MDT

BARONS: 8-5-1-1 VS STARS: 6-6-0-1

Game InfoGame Day: Wednesday November 21st 2012
Game Time: 6:30PM MDT
PPV AHL Neulion

LineupsBARONS: TBD, My Guess At This Point
Hall #22-Nugent-Hopkins #18-Eberle #7
Paajarvi #19-Lander #16-Hartikainen #10
Hamilton #13-Arcobello #26-Rajala #25
Byers #34-Vande Velde #29-Abney #36

Marincin #28-J. Schultz #5
Fedun #27-Teubert #33
Plante #4-Henry #39

Danis #35
Roy #31


Healthy: D Zahn #2

Injured: D Davidson #3 (Testicular Cancer), W Green #12 (Ribs), C Martindale #17 (Knee), W Pitlick #9 (Concussion), C/W House #21 (Concussion), W Tyrvainen #14 (Broken Wrist)

Reassigned: D Ringwald #6 (Stockton)


Who to watch?BARONS TO WATCH: Toni Rajala will make his AHL debut tonight due to his stellar play in the ECHL as well as injuries to Tyler Pitlick, Tanner House, and Anti Tyrvainen paving the way. The leading scorer for the Barons farm team the Stockton Thunder looks to add some secondary scoring to the big club and he will undoubtedly try to earn a spot on the big club for the rest of the season.

STARS TO WATCH: Cody Eakin and Tomas Vincour lead the Stars attack with 10 and 9 points respectively on the only AHL team not to break the 30 goals for barrier yet (albeit in only 13 games).

Barons Number of the DayThe number of the day is 0 as in the amount of points that Anton Lander has in 11 games in this '12-13 season. In 25 career AHL regular season games Lander has a stat line of 1-4-5 or a 0.20 points/game average. Currently playing on the Barons 2nd line with Magnus Paajarvi and Teemu Hartikainen, Lander will not have a better opportunity to produce points, hopefully he will get on the board against the Stars and the Barons 2nd line can go on a roll of their own.

Quotable"Even if we’re getting hacked and whacked, that’s part of the game. I haven’t been on a team in the last four years where we’ve won anything. I feel this is the shot for me to do that. Getting beat 4-0 was almost a blessing in disguise and a wake-up call for us. It’s time to turn things around. I’m sick of losing.”-Jordan Eberle after the Barons lost the the Heat 4-0

Season Series
10/28OKC 4-2 OKC

Team Comparison
Power Play %25.012.3
Penalty Kill %75.475.4

Team Leaders
GOALS: Schultz (8)Eakin (6)
ASSISTS:Schultz (13)Vincour and Wathier (6)
POINTS: Schultz (21)Eakin (10)
+/-: Schultz (+7)Eakin (+5)

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