C Robby Dee was awarded a penalty shot with the Condors on the penalty kill and converted at 4:25 of the second period to extend the lead to 3-1. After a few big stops from netminder Brian Stewart, the Condors went back on the offensive with the first pro tally from RW Brett Perlini as he banged home his own rebound at 17:13, putting Bakersfield in front by three at 4-1. The Condors held the shot advantage, 11-10.
Tonight’s box score: click here. Condors droppings:
Condors droppings:This was the first professional hockey game played at the Cow Palace since 1996…Dee’s penalty shot was the first of his career and 25th all-time in Condors history..Bakersfield is now 10-5 in season openers and have won their last two on the road…The Condors scratched D Francis Meilleur, F Nick Prockow, and D Joe Rogalski… Three Stars: #1 Cohen (BAK), #2 Nelson (BAK), #3 Oullet (SF)… Shots on goal: BAK – 32, SF – 30… Power plays: BAK – 0/4, SF – 0/2
LA KINGS STANLEY CUP CELEBRATION SUNDAY
The festivities will begin at 2 p.m. with inflatables, games, and more out on the plaza in front of Rabobank Arena. In addition, the first 2,000 children, 12 & under, will receive a LA Kings Stanley Cup Champion pennant to hang on their wall. For more information or to reserve your group for opening night, please call 324-PUCK (7825).