Blazers stay undefeated, keep pace with El Paso

11.17.17 – Oklahoma City 12, Dallas 1

11.18.17 – Oklahoma City 9, Dallas 3

11.19.17 – Oklahoma City 9, Dallas 0

The Oklahoma City Blazers kept their record perfect with three wins over the Dallas Snipers on home ice.

Bobby Cloutier allowed just one goal on 27 shots to backstop the Blazers to a 12-1 win on Friday.  Four different OKC skaters scored twice in the game:  Joshua Chamberlain (2-4-6), Ivan Bondarenko (2-4-6), Griffin Wienceck (2-3-5) and Vitalii Mikhailov (2-0-2).

It was still only 2-0 Oklahoma City at the 6:35 mark of the second period, but the Blazers scored six times before the next intermission and cruised from there.

Karsten Portell ruined Cloutier’s shutout bid with just 1:36 left in the game.

Trevor Borlace scored at 13:29 of the second period to complete a Dallas comeback from a 3-0 deficit on Saturday, but Dionne Demke gave OKC the lead back with 31 seconds left in the second period, and the Blazers kept it going with five unanswered goals in the third period to pull away for a 9-3 win.

Patrick Tondl and Jordan Sgro scored two goals apiece for the Blazers.

Dallas netminder Brady Weiss made 34 of his 43 saves through the first period periods, and went the distance in the Snipers net.

Mikhailov scored a hat trick and Cloutier kicked out 16 shots to post the shutout as the Blazers completed the sweep with a 9-0 win on Sunday.

Mikhailov lit the lamp twice in the second period as OKC scored four times to open up a commanding 6-0 lead after 40 minutes.

Manny Legace had a busy night in the Dallas net, making 41 saves.