Condors upended by San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – The Bakersfield Condors (27-24-6-2; .525) went goalless on four power-play opportunities and surrendered two man advantage goals of their own in a 3-0 loss to the San Antonio Rampage (27-33-8-0; .456) on Saturday night in at AT&T Center.
MEDIA: Box Score


  • SAN ANTONIO GOAL: C Nick Drazenovic (2nd) on a three-on-two cut to the high slot and snapped a shot past the blocker of G Eetu Laurikainen; Assists: Hishon, Thompson; Time of goal: 5:35; SA leads, 1-0
  • Shots: BAK – 5 | SA – 14
  • SAN ANTONIO GOAL: D Maxim Noreau (11th) from the right point. Assists: Zadorov, Street; Time of goal: 4:57; SA leads, 2-0
  • SAN ANTONIO GOAL: C Ben Street (7th) from the right circle. Assists: Nunn, Zadorov; Time of goal: 6:42; SA leads, 3-0
  • Shots: BAK: 11 | SA – 18
  • No scoring
  • Shots: BAK: 21 | SA – 8
Three Stars: 1. Street (SA) 2. Martin (SA) 3. Noreau (SA)
Final Shots: BAK: – 37 | SA – 40
Power plays: BAK: – 0/4 | SA – 2/2
BAK – Laurikainen (5-8-1; 40/37)
SA – Martin (5-8-1; 37/37)
– Bakersfield was shut out for just the second time this season and the first time since Oct. 10
– The Condors conclude the season series with San Antonio with a 1-4-1 record
– G Eetu Laurikainen returned from injury and made his first start since March 6 at San Jose
– Scratches: Platzer, Moroz, Kessy, Waltz, Lundstrom
– Attendance: 6,281
Team Cards and Bobbleheads and Alumni Tournament – first weekend of April
After Tuesday’s game in Texas, the Condors return home next weekend for two big promotions. Friday, Apr. 1 against San Jose is Team Card Set Giveaway, sponsored by My 45 KiX 92.1 and Rabobank. The first 2,000 fans 5 and older get a set of cards from the team’s inaugural AHL campaign.
Saturday, Apr. 2 the Condors host Ontario for Bobblehead Giveaway Night. The first 2,000 fans 5 and older get a bobblehead of All-Star goalie Laurent Brossoit, sponsored by Eyewitness News, 1560 AM & 97.7 FM KNZR and American Business Machines. Join us before the game for a Condors Alumni 3-on-3 tournament starting at 4:45. It’s a part of the annual Condors Fighting Cancer Hockey-Thon. Contact the Condors for more information at 324-PUCK (7825).