Condors fall in San Francisco, 4-1

DALY CITY, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors (6-13-1-2, 15pts) could not sustain enough offensive pressure and fell 4-1 to the San Francisco Bulls (9-12-1-2, 21pts) on Wednesday night at the Cow Palace.
San Francisco controlled the first period, scoring the frame’s only two goals. The first came even strength at 4:47 off a quick wrist shot from Daniil Tarasov. The lead was extended on the power play thanks to three nifty passes, capped off by a Peter Sivak shot at 17:33 to make it 2-0 after one period. Shots were 12-7 in favor of the Bulls.
After killing off six consecutive minutes worth of penalties, the Condors cut the deficit to 2-1 when D Trevor Hendrikx shot on the power play deflected off multiple bodies and was last touched by F Zach Cohen past G Thomas Heemskerk at the 10:11 mark. However, just 11 seconds later Sivak notched his second of the night to make it 3-1 and F Dean Ouellet potted the fourth of the night for the Bulls at 16:16, for a 4-1 San Francisco lead after two periods. The Condors were outshot, 13-5.
There was no scoring in the third period, though the Condors had two power play opportunities to attempt to mount a comeback.
Tonight’s box score: click here 
Condors droppings:
F Zach Cohen’s goal was his second in consecutive games… The Condors scratched RW Tyler Brenner (inj.), F David Toews (inj.), F Brett Perlini (inj.) and D Olivier Dame-Malka (inj.)… Shots on goal: BAK – 20  , SF – 34 … Power plays: BAK- 1/5  , SF- 1/5 … Three Stars: #1 Sivak (SF), #2 Tarasov (SF), #3 Bowers
The Condors head to Ontario for game the final game of a three-game road trip on Friday night at 7 p.m. Condors Countdown gets you going at 6:45 p.m. on Fox Sports  Radio 970,, iheartradio app, or

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