David Musil had a goal and an assist and Richard Bachman stopped all 28 shots he faced as the Oklahoma City Barons defeated the Rochester Americans 2-0 Saturday night at Blue Cross Arena.
Musil's first goal of the season broke a scoreless tie at 11:57 of the second period when the Barons defenseman received a Ryan Hamilton pass in the high Rochester slot and sent a wrist shot past Americans goalie Matt Hackett.
Later in the game, Josh Winquist provided Oklahoma City insurance, scoring his fourth goal of the season by flipping a rebounded Musil shot past Hackett. Winquist's goal extended his personal point streak to five games. With an assist on the goal, Musil collected the first multi-point game of his AHL career.
Bachman recorded his second shutout of the season and 13th in six AHL seasons.
With the win, AHL Western Conference-leading Oklahoma City improved to 25-8-2-2. Rochester fell to 15-22-1-0.
The Barons next travel to Hamilton, Ontario, where they will face the Bulldogs on Sunday, Jan. 11, in a 2 p.m. CST start at FirstOntario Centre. The game will be the Barons' third in three days spanning three cities.