OILERS EXTEND FIVE-GAME POINT STREAK IN OVERTIME LOSS
Late rally earns Oilers five-straight games with at least one point in 3-2 overtime loss
WICHITA, KS — A third-period rally gave Tulsa a point in a 3-2 overtime loss to Wichita at INTRUST Bank Arena on Saturday night.
Anthony Beauregard kicked off the scoring 9:41 into the action, letting loose a snap shot on the power play and earning his league-high 53rd point of the season. Stefan Fournier extended Wichita’s lead to 2-0 1:47 after, jamming home a rebound past the right pad of Devin Williams.
Both teams left the second period without a goal in the frame, with Tulsa outshooting the Thunder 13-12.
Gregg Burmaster scored the first Oilers’ goal for the second-straight game, crashing the crease and depositing the puck past Hayden Lavigne with 10:28 left in the third. Ian McNulty scored his fifth of the season 1:08 after, finishing a long feed from Michael McNicholas, leveling the game 2-2.
Dean Stewart scored the game winner off a feed from Beauregard 2:29 into the overtime.
The Oilers close out a three-in-three weekend at INTRUST Bank Arena tomorrow at 4:05 p.m.
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