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#okcbarons advance to #caldercup Western Conf Finals with 4-3 win over San Antonio
Congratulations to the Barons! Schedule and video updates will be up tomorrow.
San Antonio Rampage @ Oklahoma City Barons
Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City
7:00 p.m. CDT (8:00 p.m. EDT, 6:00 p.m. MDT, 5:00 p.m. PDT)
Game one of the best of seven second round of the AHL playoffs
The Barons are holding two contests today in which you could win a signed puck:
Wear your Barons gear to work/school! (Facebook/Barons website)
Guess the #FirstBaronsGoal! (Twitter)
Go Barons go!
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Tyler Bunz wins the Del Wilson Trophy for WHL Goaltender of the Year
Bunz enjoyed his best season in the WHL over his four-year career with the Medicine Hat Tigers, helping the team make the playoffs for a 10th consecutive season. The 20-year-old from St. Albert, AB, appeared in a career-high 61 games for the Tigers, posting a 39-17-5 record with three shutouts to go with a 2.57 goals-against average and a .921 save percentage as the Tigers finished in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. Bunz finished third among all WHL goaltenders in wins, second in save percentage, fifth in GAA, and tied for sixth in shutouts. He was also selected among the 3 Stars in a game 27 times, including 10 1st Star selections. His best month came in February when he posted a perfect 7-0 record with a 1.86 GAA and a .941 save percentage and was named the Vaughn WHL Goaltender of the Month. Bunz was the Tigers’ first-round pick, 21st overall, in the 2007 WHL Bantam Draft, and is an Edmonton Oilers prospect.
Bunz (bottom row, fourth from left) was briefly called up to join the Barons following the end of the Medicine Hat Tigers’ playoff run. He’s expected to go pro next year, either in OKC or with the Stockton Thunder.
Photo is from @TheWHL.
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OKC Barons head coach Todd Nelson & forward Josh Green talk San Antonio & update on Colten Teubert.
(Good news on Teubert! Facial surgery is alarming.)
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