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Rush Dropped in Tulsa, 7-1

January 28, 2022 - ECHL (ECHL) - Rapid City Rush News Release


Rapid City Rush defenseman Kenton Helgeson (right) vs. the Tulsa Oilers
Rapid City Rush defenseman Kenton Helgeson (right) vs. the Tulsa Oilers
(Rapid City Rush)

(TULSA, Okla.) - The Rapid City Rush allowed three goals in the first period and never climbed out of the hole as they were defeated by the Tulsa Oilers, 7-1, Thursday night at the BOK Center.

Tulsa opened the scoring early in the first period when Dylan Sadowy carried the puck down the right wing and roofed a backhander past David Tendeck. They added to the advantage later in the period as Adam Pleskach hit Carson Denomie alone in front of the net for a shot that got through Tendeck to make it 2-0.

Following Denomie's goal, there was a lengthy delay due to issues with the ice at the BOK Center and the officials chose to take the first intermission with 4:59 remaining in the first period. After a 20-minute break, during which the ice was repaired, the first period resumed and the Oilers tacked on another when Pleskach followed his shot and banged home a rebound past Tendeck, pushing the score to 3-0.

Tulsa struck again early in the second when Alex Kromm cashed in after a defensive zone turnover from the Rush, pushing the lead to 4-0. That would be it for Tendeck, who was replaced by Dillon Kelley following the fourth goal.

Rapid City got on the board late in the second period while on a power play as Gabe Chabot found Kenton Helgesen at the left circle for a wrist shot that sailed home top shelf, cutting the lead to 4-1. Tulsa quickly answered though with a power play goal of its own when Pleskach poked a pass past Kelley to make it 5-1.

The Oilers struck two more times in the third, getting goals from Jimmy Soper and Duggie Lagrone, pushing the score to its 7-1 final.

Helgesen scored for the third consecutive game for the Rush who fell to 20-16-3-2 in the loss. Tulsa's win was its fourth in a row and the Oilers improved to 21-14-0-1 with the victory.

Rapid City and Tulsa will meet again on Friday night in Tulsa. Puck drop at the BOK Center is scheduled for 7:05 PM CST.





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Rapid City Rush defenseman Kenton Helgeson (right) vs. the Tulsa Oilers
Rapid City Rush defenseman Kenton Helgeson (right) vs. the Tulsa Oilers

  

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