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Oilers Want To Bring Home The Cup

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The Tulsa Oilers held their media day Tuesday at the Oilers Ice Center.  The guys are back on the ice in Tulsa this weekend.  They've already played two games.  They won one and lost one.

The oilers missed the playoffs last year and are hungry to get back.  Coach Bruce Ramsey has put together an older team in 2012.

To a man the Oilers are talking about bring home the cup.   

"I think we're a championship caliber team." Oilers Forward Ryan Menei said, "All the way from ownership down to Ramer getting the guys he did.  It's kind of a championship year or bust kind of year."

The Oilers home opener is this Friday at the BOK Center.  Tulsa host Quad City at 7:35pm.

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