Oilers Training Camp Kicks Up A Notch
With any first day jitters out of the way, the Tulsa Oilers stepped up the intensity in day two of their 2010-11 Central Hockey League training camp according to coach Bruce Ramsay.
“There’s a lot of good talent out there and everyone is playing at a very high level right now,” Ramsay said. “I really like the depth of our camp. There’s not much separating the players, they are all very good and that is a good situation to be in.”
Right wing Jack Combs had his first day on the ice. The 22-year old from St. Louis had 175 points in 129 games in his final two seasons with Saginaw of the Ontario Hockey League, and last year had 44 points in a combined 63 games in the American Hockey League and the .
“With everyone being so close, it really has made the intensity step up,” Ramsay said. “We’ve got a long way to go but I definitely like what I am seeing so far.”
Training camp continues for the Oilers Wednesday from 8:15-11 a.m. at the Oilers Ice Center at 64th and Mingo. The training camp is free and open to the public.
The Oilers had the second highest point total increase in the last season under Ramsay, who was in his first season with the Oilers. They will have 33 home games at the Center in the 2010-11 season, starting on Friday October 15th against the Wichita.
Season tickets for 2010-11 with plans for as low as $26 a month are now available by calling the Oilers office at 918-632- (7825).