OKLAHOMA CITY — Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals of the Calder Cup playoffs between the Grand Rapids Griffins and Oklahoma City Barons was postponed Friday night due to severe weather in Oklahoma City.
The arena was evacuated just before the scheduled start of the game because of tornado warnings. Fans, players, and all personel took shelter in parking garage under the arena. After the storms had passed the arena had some flooding and the game was postponed.
Game 4 will now take place Saturday at 8 P.M. EST with game 5 now scheduled for 5 P.M. EST on Sunday. No word on if games 6 and 7 Tuesday and Wednesday back in Grand Rapids will be effected.