Tulsa Oilers visit children at St Francis
Thursday, March 1st 2001, 12:00 am
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During a hockey game the Tulsa Oilers are ice cold, but Tuesday, the team proved they do have warm hearts. Team members along with head coach Shaun Clouston showed their softer sides Tuesday. They paid a visit to St. Francis hospital and handed out teddy bears and other stuffed animals to some lucky kids. The players also signed some autographs. The visit put smiles on a lot of faces, including Oilers team members. Coach Clouston says, "I think it really is a two way street. I think the kids really enjoy it and the guys get a lot of it as well." All of the stuffed animals the guys handed out Tuesday were donated by fans, which threw them out onto the ice during a game earlier this season.