And the fans (yours truly included) are newly enthusiastically hopeful that the team WILL make it to the Play Offs .
As long as the powers that are in the North stop carrying off Aeros players.
But my guess, for what it's worth, the Wild are no longer on the end of a periscope for a Cup run?
What a close game.
McIntyre (the 'Scots' have it again tonight) got an easy goal in the first. Followed by zero the rest of time including OT. Although they shot 'only' 23 at Yann Danis who stopped all but one plus 4 in the SO.
Green of OKC got the evener in the 2. and OKC, too, had zero the rest. Despite sending a barrage of 37 shots at Fallon.
And then we arrived once again at a shoot out.
|Scrimmage behind Yannj Danis|
|Fredheim: Let me give you a hand up, Anti:-)|
|OUR Montgomery as a blur in front of OKC benchers|
|Now I did stop that one, so why haven't posted it yet up there?|
|Rau, Yeo (no relation) and Palmieri (newly come down from Yeo's realm (that's the Wild one)|
|Phillippe Cornet - ready or not!|
|and that's no bull...|
OKC managed ONE of 3!!!
But a win is a win!!
So smile and enjoy ... as did these fans...........................
And the icing on the cake is that with this game won the Aeros shot back up into SECOND place (76 points) behind the OKC Barons (with a whopping 87 points) and leading Abbotsford Heat (73 points).
Followed by The Rampage (70 points) and the Texas Stars (methinks, the loss of Gulutzin has been deadly - only 58 points).
Although both Rampage and Stars have 2 games in hand over Aeros.