ECHL: Tulsa Oilers Announce 2023-24 Season-Ending Roster

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The Tulsa Oilers have announced their end-of-season roster. Teams are allowed to have up to 20 players on their end-of-season roster. Tulsa’s roster consists of 14 forwards and six defensemen. Of these 20 players, the Oilers can reserve the rights of the players and give eight of them qualifying offers by July 7. Of the eight that receive qualifying offers, no more than four can be players who are veteran status. The qualifying offers remain open to the players until July 22.

Forwards (14)

Austin Albrecht – Austin Albrecht started the 2023-24 season with the Maine Mariners before joining the Tulsa Oilers. With the Oilers, Albrecht played in seven games where he did not have any points. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3. With both the Oilers and Mariners, Albrecht played in a total of 51 games, where he had six goals and 15 assists for 21 points. He had 82 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -4. Albrecht played in two playoff games with the Oilers, where he did not register a point or penalty minutes and had a plus/minus of -2. After the Oilers were eliminated from the Kelly Cup Playoffs, Albrecht capped off his 2023-24 season playing with the Melbourne Ice in the AIHL.

Alec Butcher – Alec Butcher started the 2023-24 season with the Reading Royals before joining the Oilers. While playing for the Oilers, Butcher played in 56 games, where he had 18 goals and 16 assists for 34 points. He had 62 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -10. Throughout his season with both the Royals and Oilers, he played in a total of 71 games, where he had 22 goals and 19 assists for 41 points. He had 62 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -10. In the playoffs, Butcher played in four games where he had one goal and zero assists for one point. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3.

Dallas Comeau—Dallas Comeau started the 2023-24 season in the SPHL with the Pensacola Ice Flyers, playing in 22 games. He had nine goals and nine assists for 18 points. He had 25 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -5. After being called up and joining the Tulsa Oilers, Comeau played in 19 games, having five assists. He had zero penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +6.

Michael Farren—Michael Farren played in his second season with the Tulsa Oilers in the 2023-24 season, playing in 49 games. He had 13 goals and 18 assists for 31 points. He had 50 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3. Farren played in four playoff games with the Oilers, where he had one goal. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3.

Bair Gendunov – Bair Gendunov started his 2023-24 season in the SPHL with the Evansville Thunderbolts, where he played in 25 games and registered 12 goals and 16 assists for 28 points. He had eight penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1. After joining the Oilers, Gendunov played in 19 games, where he had six goals and five assists for 11 points. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +8.

Kishaun Gervais – Kishaun Gervais started his 2023-24 season in the SPHL with the Birmingham Bulls, where he played in four games and had six goals and zero assists for six points. He had 19 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +3. Gervais joined the Oilers at the end of October and played in 52 games with them, where he had 13 goals and nine assists for 22 points. He had 76 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0. Gervais has signed to play with RoKi of the Mestis league in Finland for the 2024-25 season.

Shaun Miller – Shaun Miller was picked up by the Oilers late in the 2023-24 season but did not play in a game with the Oilers during the season. Miller played in 15 games with the Cincinnati Cyclones where he had four assists. He had four penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1.

Josh Nelson – Josh Nelson joined the Tulsa Oilers towards the end of the 2023-24 season after completing his collegiate season at St. Francis Xavier University. While at St. Francis Xavier, Nelson played in 30 games, where he had eight goals and 12 assists for 20 points. He had 12 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -8. With the Oilers, Nelson played in 16 games, where he had two goals and two assists for four points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -7. Nelson played in four Kelly Cup Playoff games with the Oilers.

Serron Noel – Serron Noel did not play with the Oilers during the 2023-24 season, as his rights were acquired by the team on June 20 at the future considerations deadline. Noel played the 2023-24 season with the Newfoundland Growlers before they went defunct. He played in 12 games, where he had two goals. He had 51 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1.

Tyler Poulsen – In his third season with the Oilers, Poulsen played in 58 games, where he had 17 goals and 14 assists for 31 points. He had 48 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -9. Poulsen played in one playoff game where he did not register any points or penalty minutes and had a plus/minus of 0.

Jamie Rome – In his first full professional season, Jamie Rome spent time playing for the Wichita Thunder, Cincinnati Cyclones, Wheeling Nailers, and Tulsa Oilers. With the Oilers, Rome played in ten games where he had two goals and one assist for three points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3. Between the four teams, Rome played in 23 games, where he had three goals and three assists for six points. He had eight penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1. Rome played in four playoff games with the Oilers, scoring one goal. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1.

Conner Roulette – Conner Roulette joined the Tulsa Oilers near the end of the 2023-24 season after completing his season with the Spokane Chiefs in the WHL. With the Chiefs, Roulette played in 68 games, where he had 45 goals and 62 assists for 108 points. He had 40 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +10. He played in four postseason games with the Chiefs where he had three goals. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +2. After joining the Tulsa Oilers, Roulette played in two games where he did not register any points. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -4. Roulette played in three playoff games with the Oilers, where he did not have any points or penalty minutes and had a plus/minus of +1.

Dante Sheriff – In his second professional season with the Tulsa Oilers, Dante Sheriff played in 62 games, where he had 18 goals and 31 assists for 49 points. He had 22 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +8. Sheriff played in four playoff games with the Oilers, where he had two assists. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1.

Yaroslav Yevdokimov—The 2023-24 season was Yaroslav Yevdokimov’s first season in the ECHL. Yevdokimov played in 29 games with the Tulsa Oilers, scoring seven goals and 11 assists for 18 points. He also had 12 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +4.

Defensemen (6)

Karl Boudrias – In the 2023-24 ECHL season, Karl Boudrias played in 61 games with the Tulsa Oilers, where he had six goals and 21 assists for 27 points. He had 54 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -9. In the playoffs, Boudrias played in four games for the Oilers where he did not register a point. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3.

Jarod Hilderman – In his third season with the Tulsa Oilers, Hilderman played in 65 games where he had nine goals and 35 assists for 44 points. He had 51 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of 0. In the playoffs, Hilderman played in four games for the Oilers where he had two assists. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -5.

Duggie LaGrone – Duggie LaGrone played for the Oilers in the 2021-22 season before playing overseas in the EIHL in the 2022-23 season. LaGrone returned to the Oilers for the 2023-24 season, where he played in 71 games, registering four goals and 31 assists for 35 points. He had 44 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +20. LaGrone played in four playoff games with the Oilers, where he had one assist.

Mike McKee – The 2023-24 season marked Mike McKee’s seventh season with the Tulsa Oilers. McKee played in all 72 games, where he had one goal and 11 assists for 12 points. He had 72 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -1. In the playoffs, McKee played in four games where he had two goals and zero assists for two points. He had zero penalty minutes and a plus/minus of +1.

Trevor Thurston – In his first professional season, Trevor Thurston spent time with the Reading Royals, Orlando Solar Bears, and Tulsa Oilers in the ECHL. With the Oilers, Thurston played in 19 games, where he had one goal and one assist for two points. He had 20 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -4. Between the three teams, Thurston played in a total of 33 games, where he had ten goals and 13 assists for 23 points. He had 46 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -4. Thurston played in two playoff games with the Oilers where he did not register a point. He had two penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3.

Kylor Wall – In his second season with the Oilers, Kylor Wall played in 28 games with the Oilers, where he had two goals and 11 assists for 13 points. He had 36 penalty minutes and a plus/minus of -3.

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