The Tulsa Oilers are set to face-off against the Brampton Beast Thursday night in the BOK Center. The Oilers lost its last road match against the Missouri Mavericks (4-2) last week, but seek a home win Thursday.
The last time the Oilers battled the Beast, the Oilers skated off with a 5-4 overtime victory, ringing in 2015 right. That game featured 62 shots on net. Adam Pleskach, Jeff Jubinville, and Drew Fisher all had 3-point games, contributing to the night's win. The Oilers are now 2-0-0 over the Beast this season, dating back to December 12. All-time, the Oilers hold a 5-0-0 record over Brampton at the BOK Center.
The Beast won its last game against the Elmira Jackals, (4-1). The team is now looking for a road win in the upcoming competition. The main stat leaders for the Beast are: Jason Pitton and Chad Painchaud. Pitton leads Brampton in goals, while Painchaud leads in points and assists.
The Oilers are currently 19-19-1-3 overall, 12-10-1-1 at home, and 7-9-0-2 on the road. The team is ranked 4th in the Central Division, and its current stat leaders are: Adam Pleskach, Drew Fisher, Jeff Jubinville, and Tommy Mele.
By The Numbers
Goals: Adam Pleskach with 24
Assists: Drew Fisher with 29
Points: Adam Pleskach with 44
+/-: Jeff Jubinville +16
PIM: Tommy Mele -136
The match between the two teams is set to begin at 7:05 p.m.