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04-21-2012, 02:17 AM
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So what happened?
They won again, I believe 4-1. Keller two goals, Pitlick and Tremblay (SH).

This is all off memory, so I might be off on the 4th goal.

Anyway, series is 2-0, best of 5. The next 3 games are at home. Need to win one of three.


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From the looks of the game summaries, OKC has been dominating and out shooting their opponents by a large margin. Nice start to the playoffs.

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GAME 1 vs. Houston
1. OKC Pitlick, (1) (Tremblay, Arcobello), 13:25
2. OKC Hartikainen, (1) (Green, Paajarvi), 14:32 (PP)
2. OKC Tremblay, (1) (Arcobello, Keller), 15:53
2. OKC House, (1) (Tyrvainen, Plante), 16:43
3. OKC Lander, (1) (Keller), 15:59

GAME 2 vs. Houston
1. OKC Keller, (1) (Yeo, Rodney), 19:13
2. OKC Keller, (2) (Cornet, Arcobello), 4:02 (PP)
2. OKC Pitlick, (2) (Rodney), 14:15
3. HOU Almond, (1) (Bulmer), 3:48
3. OKC Tremblay, (2) (Helmer), 13:17 (SH)

GAME 3 vs. Houston
2. HOU Bulmer, (1) (Almond, Palmieri), 11:26

GAME 4 vs. Houston
1. OKC Arcobello, (1) (Pitlick), 6:13
1. HOU Prosser, (1) , 18:09
2. OKC Green, (1) (Hartikainen, Ringwald), 0:45
2. HOU Foucault, (1) (Broda, McMillan), 4:15
2. OKC Yeo, (1) (Arcobello, Pitlick), 8:51
3. OKC Cornet, (1) (Lander), 8:28
3. OKC Green, (2) , 18:30 (EN)

GAME 1 vs. San Antonio
1. OKC Tremblay, (3) (Arcobello, Pitlick), 10:13
1. OKC Arcobello, (2) (Cornet, Ringwald), 12:21 (PP)
1. SA Petrovic, (2) (Robak, Barlow), 16:58 (PP)
2. OKC Green, (3) (Hartikainen, Paajarvi), 1:24
2. SA Cullen, (2) (Kearns), 2:46
2. OKC Hartikainen, (2) (Paajarvi, Yeo), 3:48
2. SA Thomas, (2) (Matsumoto), 8:13
2. SA Strachan, (1) (Kearns, Cullen), 16:55 (PP)
3. SA Marshall, (1) (Caruso, Yonkman), 15:21
3. SA Matsumoto, (4) (Caruso, Thomas), 18:09

GAME 2 vs. San Antonio
1. OKC VandeVelde, (1) (Yeo, House), 8:31
1. SA Thomas, (3) (Repik, Strachan), 19:18 (PP)
2. SA Cullen, (3) (Strachan, Repik), 2:59 (PP)
2. OKC Arcobello, (3) (Rodney, Pitlick), 11:47
2. OKC Hartikainen, (3) (Green, Yeo), 13:37
3. SA Barlow, (2) (Petrovic), 10:16 (PP)
3. SA Thomas, (4) (Cullen, Strachan), 15:31
3. OKC Paajarvi, (1) (Rodney, Pitlick), 19:50 (PP)
OT. OKC Green, (4) (Paajarvi), 11:40

GAME 3 vs. San Antonio
1. OKC Lander, (2) (Keller, Cornet), 1:18
3. SA Wright, (3) (Matsumoto, Barlow), 11:06 (PP)
OT. OKC VandeVelde, (2) (House, Ringwald), 15:50

GAME 4 vs. San Antonio
3. OKC Tremblay, (4) (Lander, Keller), 10:56
3. SA Thomas, (5) (Kearns, Caruso), 15:09
OT. OKC VandeVelde, (3) (Hartikainen, Paajarvi), 1:05

GAME 5 vs. San Antonio
1. OKC Arcobello, (4) (Keller, Yeo), 19:56 (PP)
2. OKC Rodney, (1) (Yeo, Arcobello), 9:26 (PP)
2. SA Repik, (1) (Kearns, Cullen), 18:06 (PP)
3. OKC Keller, (3) (Tremblay, Rodney), 2:12
3. SA Timmins, (1) (Matsumoto, Repik), 4:55
3. SA Cullen, (4) (Kearns, Thomas), 5:17
3. OKC Keller, (4) (Cornet, Arcobello), 17:54 (PP)

GAME 1 vs. Toronto
1. TOR Mueller, (2) (Holzer, Deschamps), 5:47
1. TOR Deschamps, (2) (Dupuis, Mueller), 14:12 (PP)
2. TOR Frattin, (6) (Kadri, D'Amigo), 12:16
3. TOR Colborne, (1) (Kadri, Dupuis), 5:03
3. TOR Gardiner, (2) , 13:08

GAME 2 vs. Toronto
1. OKC Arcobello, (5) (Cornet, Rodney), 4:23 (PP)
1. OKC Hartikainen, (4) (Paajarvi, Helmer), 19:51
2. OKC Cornet, (2) (Arcobello, Rodney), 16:49
3. TOR Acton, (1) (Deschamps, Blacker), 9:21
3. OKC VandeVelde, (4) (Paajarvi, Chorney), 16:25
3. OKC Keller, (5) (Helmer), 17:28 (EN)

GAME 3 vs. Toronto
1. TOR Dupuis, (3) (Lashoff, Deschamps), 12:35 (PP)
2. TOR Hamilton, (2) (Gardiner, Lashoff), 14:57 (PP)
2. OKC Rodney, (2) (Ringwald, Paajarvi), 17:10 (PP)
2. OKC VandeVelde, (5) (Yeo, Hartikainen), 18:29
2. TOR Frattin, (7) , 19:17
3. OKC Paajarvi, (2) , 11:56
3. TOR Frattin, (8) (Dupuis, Holzer), 17:58
3. TOR D'Amigo, (7) , 18:53 (EN/SH)


Thought it might be interesting to keep a running log of the box scores in one place. Might make looking at stats more interesting when you consider PP, SH, ES, GWG, Game Tying Goals, etc.


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04-21-2012, 11:51 AM
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Poor guy scores some goals and plays well and he can not even get some decent shut eye. Come OKC.

Tyler Pitlick
Why has a band been playing really loud music outside my window since 8 am... How am i supposed to sleep with that going on.

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I'm loving how one-sided the series is... 5-0, 4-1. Go OKC.

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Glad Pitlick's scored in both games.
How is Paajarvi doing? What kind of role has he been given for the playoffs?

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How is Paajarvi doing? What kind of role has he been given for the playoffs?
Looks good some shifts and invisible in other shifts. Top line and top PP role like he has been given all season when in the AHL.

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04-22-2012, 02:10 AM
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Looks like Stockton's season is over. Lost to the top-seeded Alaska Aces.

Roy finished 4-4-0 with a 2.46 GAA and .919SV%.

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Looks like Stockton's season is over. Lost to the top-seeded Alaska Aces.

Roy finished 4-4-0 with a 2.46 GAA and .919SV%.
Sounds like he had a decent season all things considered. Should be ready to back-up at the AHL level next year.

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Not the best quality, but here is a stream for the game...

http://atdhenet.tv/42224/watch-oklah...-houston-aeros

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My ears cannot withstand this bombardment. But anyway... Danis looks like he's in the zone tonight.

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Yeah, for sure. Danis is a big part of any success the team has. Aeros definitely putting much more pressure this game.

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Not the best quality, but here is a stream for the game...

http://atdhenet.tv/42224/watch-oklah...-houston-aeros
Im trying to watch on my tablet, the link opens but it isn't playing anything.

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Tuebert has left the position and we 've paid the price....0-1

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Im trying to watch on my tablet, the link opens but it isn't playing anything.
There is a bunch of garbage ads, i just let them finish, and then the game loads up after. It is a pretty poor quality, Barons scoreboard feed but Aeros broadcast.

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Pitlick might not be the second line center we all invisioned, but the way he drives to the net and the physicality he plays with may make him very valuable as a guy with size who can skate and create space on the wing.

He's done it a few times in the last few games where he just drops his shoulder and drives the net. He doesn't get denied doing that and looks so strong when defenders kind of just hanging on with no answer for it.

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Pitlick might not be the second line center we all invisioned, but the way he drives to the net and the physicality he plays with may make him very valuable as a guy with size who can skate and create space on the wing.

He's done it a few times in the last few games where he just drops his shoulder and drives the net. He doesn't get denied doing that and looks so strong when defenders kind of just hanging on with no answer for it.
We need guys like Pitlick and Hartikainen to play that style if ever want to have a chance in the playoffs. Teams like the Bruins or Flyers would run us out of the building. It's okay to have average/smallish skilled players if you have secondary scorers that bang and crash. You need that balance. We definitely don't have it right now. I don't know about you guys but I wouldn't want to see this team go to war with players like Belanger.

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sounds like they had a lot of posts and almost scored in the last minute...

pp needs omark.

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sounds like they had a lot of posts and almost scored in the last minute...
Yeah it was a 5 on 3 power play and they hit 2 goal posts and a crossbar.

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Watched the game, horrible loss for the Barons. You just have to score at that time in the game, what a huge opportunity wasted.

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Missed the game, how did Paajarvi, Harski, Lander, and Pitlick do?

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I guess this was the only blemish on a great Sunday of Hockey.

I hear it was a turnover fest for the good guys.

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Game yesterday was pretty sleepy. Barons were not passing well at all, lots of confusion. They defended well and won the territory battle pretty easily, still should have had a couple despite the poor puck movement. I rarely use the term "lucky" when talking about sports but Houston was pretty lucky to get the shutout.

Pitlick didn't do much, Paajarvi was totally invisible all night except for badly flubbing one great chance. Harski worked hard but didn't generate much. Tyrvainen had a decent game except for one dumb penalty, Lander didn't do much. Green and Keller created most of the offense along with the defensemen. Tremblay had an effective game, he's become a lot more physical the last few months and he's adding a nice element. Plante had a very nice night on defense. Danis got his award for best AHL goalie before the game and had a nice night, not a lot of work but he was good when he needed to be.

The one goal was a pretty bad breakdown: breakaway that Danis stoned, puck went around the cage then bounced out to a guy at the top of the circle who buried it. I think it was the right winger's guy (I don't remember what line was on the ice at the time), or one of the defensemen should have turned to make a challenge. Houston had maybe two more decent chances, both were off a counterattack.

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Game yesterday was pretty sleepy. Barons were not passing well at all, lots of confusion. They defended well and won the territory battle pretty easily, still should have had a couple despite the poor puck movement. I rarely use the term "lucky" when talking about sports but Houston was pretty lucky to get the shutout.

Pitlick didn't do much, Paajarvi was totally invisible all night except for badly flubbing one great chance. Harski worked hard but didn't generate much. Tyrvainen had a decent game except for one dumb penalty, Lander didn't do much. Green and Keller created most of the offense along with the defensemen. Tremblay had an effective game, he's become a lot more physical the last few months and he's adding a nice element. Plante had a very nice night on defense. Danis got his award for best AHL goalie before the game and had a nice night, not a lot of work but he was good when he needed to be.

The one goal was a pretty bad breakdown: breakaway that Danis stoned, puck went around the cage then bounced out to a guy at the top of the circle who buried it. I think it was the right winger's guy (I don't remember what line was on the ice at the time), or one of the defensemen should have turned to make a challenge. Houston had maybe two more decent chances, both were off a counterattack.
Thanks, I know that Paajarvi was hurt in game 2, but you'd sure like to see him take one of these games by the throat and send Houston home. How would you compare his regular season play (say his last 10 games) to his play in the postseason so far?

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OKC up 2-1 in the second period tonight.

Goals from Arcobello (Pitlick) and Hartikainen (Ringwald, Green)

Edit: 2-2 right after I post.

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