Oilers make a road comeback
BY Staff Reports
Saturday, January 19, 2013
1/19/13 at 5:46 AM
Highlight: Tulsa broke through for three goals in the final frame and pushed past the Wichita Thunder for a 4-2 victory in Central Hockey League action in Wichita on Friday.
Keys: With the game tied at 2-2 in the third period, Tulsa rookie Drew Fisher blasted his sixth goal of the season.
Notes: Entering Friday's contest, Tulsa had not recorded a third-period comeback all season. The Oilers had been 0-21-2 when trailing after two periods.
Up next: Vs. Wichita, 7:35 p.m. Saturday at the BOK Center.
Tulsa 4, Wichita 2
First period: Tulsa, Gordon (Beausoleil, Menei) 1:44. Wichita, Robinson (power play) (Reaney, Martens) 8:19. Penalties: Tulsa, Gordon (Tripping), 2:13. Tulsa, O'Kane (High Sticking, double minor), 5:10. Tulsa, Amesbury (Fighting, major), 8:20. Wichita, Boogaard (Fighting, major), 8:20.
Second period: Wichita, Donaghy (Young, Martens) 10:13. Penalties: Wichita, Reaney (Roughing), 4:04. Wichita, Martens (Holding), 12:55. Wichita, Inman (Tripping), 17:24.
Third period: Wichita, Robinson (Tripping), 9:47. Tulsa, Menei (Tripping), 14:48.
Shots: Tulsa 4-7-11 - 22; Wichita 7-6-14 - 27. Saves: Tulsa 25; Wichita 18.
Referee: Brent Coulombe. A: 6,307.