Friday Dec. 14, 2018 at 6:35 p.m. C.T. Indiana Farmer’s Coliseum  (6,800)

The Oilers look to right the ship at the end of their Central Division tour with back-to-back fixtures against the Indy Fuel. Tulsa has lost six straight games — going pointless in five. Despite recent struggles, the Oilers are still second in the Mountain Division. Indy are 4-6 in their last ten, but return to the fortress that is the Coliseum where they are 8-3 on the year, accounting for 73 percent of their wins. 

Statistical Comparison

Tulsa Indy 
Streak: 0-5-1-0Streak: 0-1-0-0
Goals Scored: 75Goals Scored: 71
Goals Against: 73Goals Against: 83 
Power Play: 11.3%
(25/97, 25th)
Power Play: 14%
(23/100, 20th)
Penalty Kill:  83.0 %
(18th)

Penalty Kill: 81.6%
(22nd)

Players To Watch 

Tulsa

  • #28 Ryan Tesink 
    • Leads Oilers with 22 points (9G, 13A) in 24 GP
  • #3 Kyle Rhodes 
    • 2nd in goals amongst all ECHL defensemen 
    • Lone goal scorer against Cincinnati 
    • Played 1 game for Indy after turning pro 
  • #90 Tanner Kaspick
    • Will become ECHL playoff eligible with fifth appearance

Indy 

  • #18 Kevin Dufor 
    • Fourteen points in last 14 games 
    • Only Fuel player in top five in points with a positive +/- (+2)
  • #28 Matthew Thompson 
    • Seven points in last seven games 
    • Leads all Fuel rookies in points 
  • #7 Miles Liberati 
    • Three of his four points have come in the last 4 games 

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