Bakersfield surrendered the first five shots of the game, but on their opening attempt C Nicholas Tremblay found the back of the net. However, before his shot crossed the line, the net came off its moorings and the potential goal was waived off. The Condors built pressure throughout the period, but both teams were held scoreless. Shots were 10-8 favoring San Francisco.
Neither team lit the lamp in the third period, but they were not without scoring chances. The goalies stopped a total of 25 shots in the period, while fireworks flew in the closing minutes. F Dyson Stevenson engaged in his first pro fight, and Tremblay got into the mix as well with a skirmish late in the game. Stewart finished his night with 38 saves.
F Greg Burgdoerfer, twin brother of Condors captain Erik, made his professional debut for Bakersfield tonight… D Kyle Haines became the first Condors d-man since 2009-10 to hit double-digits in goals. He is the 9th Condors d-man, and the first rookie blueliner, to do so… Tremblay now has 16 goals in just 27 games, tying him for the team lead… Condors scratches: D T.J. Fast, F Scott Freeman, D Deron Cousens, D Ryan Annesley, F Shawn Skelly… Shots: BAK: 34, SF – 39… PP: BAK – 0/3, SF – 0/3; Three stars: 1. Tremblay (BAK), 2. Stewart (BAK), 3. Haines (BAK).
The Condors will conclude the auction of the team’s pre-game jerseys on Saturday, Mar. 30. Several will be auctioned off live during the game, and the rest will be in a silent auction throughout the night. The auction benefits the Active 20/30 Club.
Tune in to all the action on Fox Sports Radio 970 AM, www.foxsports970am.com or on America One. “Condors Countdown” starts 15 minutes before the drop of the puck.
LAST RENEWAL DEADLINE IS SATURDAY MARCH 31!
Renew your season tickets by March 31st and take advantage of great benefits, such as the dollar-a-day merch credit and the exclusive season ticket holder gifts! Call the Condors at 324-PUCK (7825) and speak with your ticket representative, or visit the ST renewal page on the website.