Lyon and Oakley join Condors roster

Bakersfield Condors, ECHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, announced that the team has agreed to terms with returning forward Brett Lyon and second-year pro Louke Oakley.

Lyon, 22 was acquired off waivers from Orlando on Dec. 9, 2012, and played in 48 games with the Condors, notching 10 points (5g-5a). He led the team, and all ECHL rookies, with 218 penalty minutes, the second most penalty minutes in the Condors ECHL era. (2003-04, Jon Mirasty, 358). Prior to turning pro, he played four seasons in the Western Hockey League with Kamloops, Vancouver and Moose Jaw recording 62 points (21g-41) and 606 penalty minutes in 224 games.

Oakley, 24, spent his rookie season last year in Germany for ESV Kaufbeuren, racking up 37 points (17g-20a) in 48 games. He led Kaufbeuren in goals and was third on the team in points. He made his pro debut in 2011-12, playing in seven games at the end of the year for the Wheeling Nailers, registering a goal and two assists. Oakley played four seasons at Clarkson University (2008-12) with 81 points (25g-56a) in 136 games. He finished second on the team in scoring as a senior, notching 35 points (16g-19a) in 37 games; one point behind 2012-13 Condor center Nicholas Tremblay.