Summary: Devin Williams stopped 23 of 24 shots to help Tulsa defeat Kansas City 2-1 Wednesday night in a makeup for an ECHL game that was postponed last week by weather.

Notes: Ryan Tesink scored his 20th goal of the season for Tulsa at 16:08 of the first period and Adam Pleskach netted his 23rd at 19:01 of the second for what turned out to be the game-winner. ... In between, the Mavericks got on the board against Williams at 12:18 of the second on a goal by Darian Dziurzynski (his 20th). ... The teams were 0-for-9 on the power play.

Records: Tulsa is 28-17-4-2, 62 points, third place in ECHL Mountain Division; Kansas City is 24-19-2-1, 51 points, fourth in the Mountain

Up next: 7:05 p.m. Friday vs. Wichita at BOK Center


Tulsa 1 1 0 — 2

Kansas City 0 1 0 — 1

First period: 1. Tulsa, Tesink, 20 (Globke, Pleskach), 16:08. Penalties: Drapluk, Tul (hooking), 1:03; Sides, KC (tripping), 18:35.

Second period: 2. Kansas City, Dziurzynski, 20 (Betzold, Sweeney), 12:18. 3. Tulsa, Pleskach, 23 (Tesink, Bredo), 19:01. Penalties: Widman, KC (boarding), 2:49; Thomas, Tul (interference), 6:41; Drapluk, Tul (slashing), 9:17; Sides, KC (high-sticking), 15:12; Klimek, KC (slashing), 16:48.

Third period: No goals. Penalties: McNulty, Tul (diving/embellishment), 3:49; Raskob, KC (slashing), 3:49; Tesink, Tul (tripping), 5:49; Watson, KC (cross-checking), 13:22.

Power plays: Tulsa 0-for-5; Kansas City 0-for-4

Shots: Tulsa 7-16-9—32; Kansas City 7-5-12—24

Saves: Tulsa, Williams 7-4-12—23; Kansas City, McDonald 6-15-9—30

Referee: Fleming. A: 3,369.

— From staff reports