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Thunder beats Tulsa 8-2

  • Eagle staff
  • Published Friday, Dec. 27, 2013, at 11:01 p.m.

St. Charles at Thunder

When: 7:05 p.m. Saturday

Where: Intrust Bank Arena

Records: St. Charles 7-17-4, Wichita 9-14-4

Radio: KKLE, 1550-AM; KWME, 92.7-FM

The Thunder matched its season high with eight goals and beat the Oilers 8-2 on Friday night in Tulsa.

Matt Robinson and Jesse Dudas each had two goals and an assist, Ian Lowe added a goal and two assists and Jon Booras had three assists for the Thunder.

The Thunder, which was 3-2 on a five-game road trip, plays at home against St. Charles on Saturday and Sunday.

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First period — 1, Wichita, Donaghy (J.Wilson) :42. 2, Wichita, McPartland (Lowe, Walker), 7:53. 3, Wichita, Robinson (Lowe, Booras), 11:48. 4, Tulsa, Fisher (Robinson, Beausoleil), 16:27. Penalties — J.Wilson, Wichita (goalie interference), 2:27; Bochek, Tulsa (roughing), 2:27; Obermeyer, Tulsa (delay of game), 18:11; Flath, Wichtia (delay of game), 18:11; Booras, Wichita (interference), 18:38.

Second period — 5, Wichita, Summers (Dudas, Donaghy), 2:10. 6, Wichita, Lowe (penalty shot), 4:07. Penalties — Robinson, Wichita (hooking), 3:33; M.Wilson, Wichita (tripping), 5:13; Cescon, Tulsa (roughing), 10:42; Walker, Wichita (hooking), 17:52; Lutz, Tulsa (roughing double minor), 19:53; Dudas, Wichita (roughing), 19:52.

Third period — 7, Wichita, Dudas (M.Wilson), 6:42 (pp). 8, Tulsa, Lutz (Macaulay, Beausoleil), 9:59. 9, Wichita, Dudas (Robinson, Booras), 13:52. 10, Wichita, Robinson (Booras), 17:11. Penalties — Robinson, Tulsa (roughing double minor), 5:47; Macaulay, Tulsa (roughing), 5:47; Booras, Wichita (roughing double minor), 5:47; Menei, Tulsa (unsportsmanlike conduct), 17:11.

Power plays —Wichita 1 for 4, Tulsa 0 for 4.

Shots — Wichita 8-8-14—30, Tulsa 11-9-7—27.

Goalies — Wichita, Nelson 27 shots, 25 saves; Tulsa, Madolara 13-8, Dupuis 17-14.

T — 2:32. A — 5,303.

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