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Ruck Rings in ECHL debuts with victory over fever

blankTULSA, Okla. —The Oilers took a 4-2 win over Rapid City at the BOK Center on Thursday night, extending their winning streak to two games.

Oilers didn’t take long to figure out the back of the net. Adam Pleskach forced a deep spin in the area, finding Dylan Sadowy, who waited for David Tendeck before making a deposit and gave the Oilers a 1-0 lead at the start of the 7:47 game. Logan Coomes extended the Oilers’ lead to two minutes 4:11 later, firing a carom from the end wall off a blue line by Mike McKee.

Max Coatta halved the Oilers’ lead by 1:44 in the second half, allowing Ryan Ruck to bounce a shot into the top right corner of the net. Coatta’s ninth goal of the season was the only one on goal.

Alex Gilmour scored his fifth goal of the season 10:22 in final time, deflecting a mid-draw goal from Coomes to give Tulsa a 3-1 lead. Alden Weller made it 3-2 three minutes later, creating a shot from the right spot into the net. Jack Doremus replied 1:59 then, with an absolute rocket, closed the score 4-2.

The Oilers resume tomorrow night, December 3 to fight the Teddy Bear Toss Night Fever, benefiting the Salvation Army. Puck drop at 7:05 p.m. Fans are encouraged to bring a new stuffed animal into the game on Friday, tossing the toy on the ice after the Oilers’ first goal. Tulsa ended the week with ice skating after Sunday Family Funday after tilting 4:05pm with the Wichita Thunder.

With the release of Tulsa Oilers

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Subhankar Mondal

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