- $29 for one lower-level ticket to both games (up to $82.20 value)
- When: Friday, October 16 (Wichita Thunder at 7:05 p.m.) and Sunday, October 18 (Allen Americans at 4:05 p.m.)
- Click here to view the seating chart
The Scouting Report
Last season the Tulsa Oilers capped off their first-ever ECHL season with a trip to the playoffs. This year, they hope to go a step farther. And these first two home games of the season could speak volumes for how the rest of the year will progress. The Allen Americans are the defending Kelly Cup champs, and in the league’s smaller, newly reconfigured divisions, the Oilers will go skate-to-skate with the champs many times. Two days before that game, though, Tulsa will break in the BOK Center’s rink of meticulously fused ice cubes while taking on Wichita, a division rival led by a last-season top 15 scorer Danick Gauthier. Fortunately, the Oilers have a top 15 scorer themselves: Adam Pleskach.
The Tulsa Oilers started their decades-long history in the CHL, when they captured the Ray Miron President's Cup in their inaugural season. Now competing in the ECHL, the Oilers bring with them the respect of their opponents, the love of a loyal fan base, and the loyalty of the local zamboni-drivers labor union. Since their first-year coronation, the team has continued to showcase formidable form, fighting to secure a playoff berth against their new rivals.