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Oklahoma Sky (Photo: Patricia Teter, All Rights Reserved, 2014)

To help you get off to a great start to the 2014-15 season, here are eight necessities for OKC Barons Fans! (Okay .. if you are local to Oklahoma, you might want a weather app on your phone as well!)

Calendar View 2014-15 OKC Barons Schedule — print out a PDF one-page calendar view of the season’s games. This is my go-to schedule for a quick overall season view of the team’s schedule, and especially helpful for planning road trips.

Downloadable 2014-15 OKC Barons Schedules — Both ICS and CSV. I use this for Google Calendar and love it.

How to Listen to the OKC Barons Games (inside US or outside US links) — Games this season will be 96.1 FM KXY, or if preempted for OK State games, they will appear on 1340 The Game (and in rare cases might appear on NewsRadio 1000 KTOK). I highly recommend the Live365 links; they seem to be less commercial filled (as with IHeart Radio) and more in sync with the live games.

Jim Byers’ OKC Barons Byers’ File — This is like Christmas come early for OKC Barons fans! Follow along for great comments, quotes and interviews from Jim Byers throughout the season to keep you updated with the OKC Barons team at home and on the road.

OKC Barons AHL 2014-15 RosterGoogle Docs 2014-15 Roster — The official team roster, changing daily as roster updates are made.

OKC Barons Roster at ArtfulPuck — including notes on moves over the summer and where last season’s Barons have signed.

Where are your former OKC Barons this season? — I have the answers right here.

OKC Barons Blogs — Don’t forget to follow the top blogs covering the OKC Barons. Locally in OKC there is Tend the Farm (with writers Neal Livingston, Eric Rodgers and occasionally myself), ArtfulPuck, along with Eric Rodgers’ Chasing the Calder which covers the AHL but also has great OKC roster details. In Edmonton you really must follow Lowetide and the Edmonton Journal’s Cult of Hockey writers Jonathan Willis, Bruce McCurdy and David Staples.

 

 

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