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Oilers Drop Contest against Mavericks on New Year's Eve

December 31, 2020 - ECHL (ECHL) - Tulsa Oilers News Release

INDEPENDENCE, MO- The Tulsa Oilers lost 4-1 to the Kansas City Mavericks on New Year's Eve at Cable Dahmer Arena.

Loren Ullet opened the scoring 9:03 into the first period. Ullet snuck a puck short side on Devin Williams to give the Mavericks the 1-0 lead. Lane Scheidl extended the lead by two goals just 1:17 later, batting home a rebound to give the Mavericks their first two-goal lead of the season.

Ian McNulty halved Kansas City's lead 12:52 into the middle frame, scooping a bouncing puck in the neutral zone before beating Andrew Shortridge underneath the arm, bringing the score to 2-1. However, Kansas City answered quickly with Rob Bordson finding the back of the net off a wonky rebound. The in-tight score came just 1:02 after McNulty's tally, restoring Kansas City's two-goal cushion in a 3-1 game.

Giorgio Estephan closed out the scoring with the lone goal of the third period. It was Estephan's first goal of the game, but his third point of the night. The forward roofed the puck off a cross-zone feed from Bryan Lemos 6:06 into the final period. Estephan earned the first star of the game for his efforts. Goaltender Andrew Shortridge finished as the third star, stopping 30 of the Oilers' 31 shots.

Tulsa will get a chance at revenge on Saturday at Cable Dahmer Arena. Puck drop is at 7:05 p.m., and fans can tune in by subscribing to ECHL TV via FloSports, or by listening on

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