“We’re happy to have Nick here in Condorstown,” said Condors Head Coach Matt O’Dette. “He’s bolstered our offense immediately and we’re looking forward to continued success from him this season.”
Tremblay was signed on Friday and immediately impacted the roster, scoring a power-play goal in the Condors 5-0 victory. On Saturday, the 24-year old set a Condors season-high for points in a game with a four-point night (2g-2a) in the team’s 6-2 win over Idaho. He capped the week off on a high with three points (1g-2a), including the game-winning tally as the Condors polished off a perfect weekend in San Francisco, 4-2.
A sixth round (#173 overall) selection of the Boston Bruins in the 2008 National Hockey League Entry Draft, Tremblay wrapped up his collegiate career at Clarkson University in 2011-12 with 88 points (33g-55a) in 143 career games.
He began his professional career at the end of last season, playing four games with the Providence Bruins of the American Hockey League (AHL) potting one goal and adding one assist for two points.
On behalf of Nicholas Tremblay, a case of pucks will be donated to a Bakersfield youth hockey organization by Sher-Wood Hockey, the exclusive puck provider of the ECHL.
SWEET Suite Deal for YOU!
Sit right on the glass for TONIGHT’s game against Ontario in the Budweiser 5-Hole Suite for just $20! See all the action up close and enjoy the game from the comforts of the couches! There are a limited number of tickets available and can be purchased by clicking here or contacting Jose/Kelly in the Condors Front Office at 324-PUCK (7825). The offer is only valid for tomorrow’s game.
Canned Food Collection TONIGHT!
The Condors host the Ontario Reign TONIGHT at 7 p.m. It is Canned Food Collection Night, with fans who bring two non-perishable food items get into the game for just $1, sponsored by My 45, La Preciosa 105.3 and the Kern County Farm Bureau.
Fun 4-packs are on sale now and a perfect gift for the person in your life who likes to have a blast! Check out the plan to fit your needs by clicking here or calling 324-PUCK (7825).