Saturday, September 25, 2010

Oklahoma City Barons Announce Training Camp Roster


Well the OKC Barons released their training camp rosters today (listed below). Good list but very surprising that I didn't know a whole lot of them. If you look at my projected roster, and you look at the press release list below in blue, that's a lot of different guys, and a different looking roster.

I know with the Oilers camp cuts coming up, the Barons roster will look more like the Oilers, than Who's by the time it's all said and done.

A good example is Colin McDonald and Jake Taylor. Both players have AHL contracts and yet they aren't on the list. For some reason, Philippe Cornet is also not on the list (maybe injured?), yet all three are listed at the OKC Barons roster page.

Or Martin Gerber. I say he's the obvious choice for goal. He has a 2 way contract which makes him the easiest goalie to send to OKC. No waivers.

By the start of the regular season, this team will be rockin' and rollin'! Can't wait.

OKC HOCKEY IS BACK!

-Written by Smokin' Ray-

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From OKCBarons.com;


The Oklahoma City Barons will open their first American Hockey League training camp September 27 at the Cox Convention Center at 10 a.m., the team’s front office announced today.


The Barons coaching staff of Todd Nelson and Gerry Fleming expect approximately 30 players for the beginning of training camp. The camp will be a mix of players already assigned to the Barons by Edmonton along with players who have been invited to training camp as free agents. On ice training camp sessions are open to the public, are free of charge and will begin at 10 a.m. each morning for the first three days of camp. Players are available for interviews after the practice.


The Barons will take the ice in the first ever Blue/White Intersquad game September 30 at 7:05 p.m. at the Cox Center. The event is open to the public and there is no charge to attend. September 30 marks the first day Barons Season Seat Holders can pick up their ticket books.


Training Camp Schedule:
September 27 - 29 On Ice Practice 10 a.m. – noon
Cox Convention Center


September 30 Blue Team Pregame Skate 10 – 11 a.m.
Cox Convention Center


White Team Pregame Skate 11:15 – 12:15 p.m.
Cox Convention Center


Blue/White Intersquad Game 7:05 p.m.
Cox Convention Center


October 1 On Ice Practice 10 a.m. – noon
Cox Convention Center


October 2 Preseason Game @ TEX 7 p.m.
Cedar Park Center


Players expected at the opening of camp include:


Forwards: Mark Arcobello, Jesse Gimblett, Milan Kytnar, James Livingston, Matt Marquardt, Mike Thomas, Brian Matte, Chris Cloud, Scott Howes, Dustin Donaghy, Jarret Lukin, Dave Bonk, Troy Schwab, Matt Robertson, Dan Riedel, Mick Lawrence, Matt Pierce, Vladimir Nikiforov, Brian Bicek


Defensemen: Jordan Bendfield, Brennan Barker, Anthony Aiello, Mike Egener, Justin DaCosta, Steven Vanoosten, Sean Erickson, Tyler Fleck


Goaltenders: Bryan Pitton, Beau Erickson, Wayne Savage


NOTE: The Oklahoma City Barons preseason game October 2 against the Texas Stars at the Cedar Park Center will be heard on the Barons’ Flagship station, 96.1 FM KXY. The Voice of the Barons, Jim Byers, will provide the play-by-play.

-Written by Josh Evans of the OKC Barons-

1 comment:

  1. Hey Ray

    Gerber, Taylor & McDonald I understand ... kinda bad form to list a guy until he gets cut from the big team, y'know? But I don't get Cornet - where'd he go?

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