Condors stifle the Rampage, 5-2

CONDORSTOWN, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors (13-12-4-1, .517) prevailed against the San Antonio Rampage (16-18-2-0, .472) in an exciting 5-2 victory Tuesday night at Rabobank Arena. Newcomers Jesse Puljujarvi and Jaedon Descheneau both picked up points tonight, and the Condors defense held the Rampage to a season-low 19 shots. Bakersfield faces the Stockton Heat at home this Friday night.

VIDEO: Gerry Fleming | Jujhar Khaira


  • CONDORS GOAL: D Joey LaLeggia (4th) chipped in a rebound from the bottom of the left wing circle; Assist: Khaira; Time of goal: 3:52; BAK leads, 1-0
  • CONDORS GOAL: C Josh Currie (7th) slammed one in from the top of the crease; Assists: Allen, Descheneau; Time of goal: 12:38; BAK leads, 2-0
  • SHOTS: BAK – 15 | SA – 6


  • RAMPAGE GOAL: C J.T. Compher (9th) chipped in a rebound from the right wing circle; Assists: Greer, Young; Time of goal: 1:27; BAK leads, 2-1
  • CONDORS GOAL: LW Jere Sallinen (3rd) knocked one home from the bottom of the right wing circle; Unassisted; Time of goal: 3:22; BAK leads, 3-1
  • CONDORS GOAL: D Bryce Aneloski (1st) rocketed the puck in from above the right wing circle; Assists: Puljujarvi, Khaira; Time of goal: 17:15; BAK leads, 4-1
  • SHOTS: BAK – 8 | SA – 8


  • RAMPAGE GOAL: D Anton Lindholm (1st) shot from the blue line; Assists: Siemens, Petryk; Time of goal: 3:39; BAK leads, 4-2
  • CONDORS GOAL: LW Ryan Hamilton (12th) stuffed the puck in past G Jeremy Smith; Assists: Oesterle, Fayne; Time of goal: 3:47; BAK leads, 5-2
  • SHOTS: BAK – 13 | SA – 7

  • THREE STARS: 1. Khaira (BAK) 2. Sallinen (BAK) 3. Aneloski (BAK)
  • SHOTS: BAK – 35 | SA – 19
  • POWER PLAYS: BAK – 0/6 | SA – 0/2
  • GOALTENDERS: BAK – Brossoit (9-8-3; 19/17)  | SA – Martin (15-9-0; 22/18); Smith (13/12)
  • D Mark Fayne extended his scoring streak to three games (1g-3a).
  • C Jujhar Khaira has six multi-point games this season.
  • RW Anton Slepyshev was recalled to the Edmonton Oilers earlier this week.
  • RW Jesse Puljujarvi made his AHL debut tonight after being assigned by Edmonton earlier this week.
  • C Josh Currie scored for the second straight night
  • Scratches: Simpson, Betker, Moroz, Rechlicz, Chase
  • Attendance: 4,488
It’s been called Undie Sunday and Sock Toss Saturday, but this year’s Let It Fly Friday will let fans throw new and unopened undergarments on the ice for charity after the Condors score their first goal. Bring socks, underwear, pajamas, diapers, bras, boxers, or any apparel item. Over 20,000 garments have been collected through this event the last three seasons. Presented by 1180 AM/96.1 FM KERN.