Condors Weekly

CONDORSTOWN, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors (5-4-0-0, 10pts), owned by the Edmonton Oilers, saw their three-game winning streak come to a close in Ontario on Sunday, and now prepare for a four-game jaunt to Anchorage this week. Their 10 points is good for a tie for 2nd place in the Western Conference with Colorado. They trail Idaho by two points in the standings.   


LAST WEEK (home team in caps)  
Tuesday – CONDORS 3 vs. Ontario 2
Saturday – CONDORS 4 vs. Ontario 3 (SO)
Sunday – ONTARIO 3 vs. Condors 1
THIS WEEK (home team in caps; all times Pacific)
Wednesday – Condors vs. ALASKA, 8:15 p.m.
Friday – Condors vs. ALASKA, 8:15 p.m.
Saturday – Condors vs. ALASKA, 8:15 p.m.
Sunday – Condors vs. ALASKA, 4 p.m.

Next Home Games:
Friday, Nov. 14 – CONDORS vs. Idaho; 7 p.m. – Star Wars Night

Sponsored by My 45 and 98.5 The Fox. Meet characters from the movies as members of the Rebellion and the Galactic Empire invade Rabobank Arena.

Saturday, Nov. 15 – CONDORS vs. Idaho; 7 p.m. Seinfeld Puffy Shirt Jersey Night
The Condors will don their much-publicized Seinfeld Puffy Shirt Jerseys, sponsored by KUZZ 107.9 and American Business Machines. The jerseys will be auctioned off for M.A.R.E. after the game and five will be given away that night. Plus you could win a Festivus Pole. Get 2-for-1 admission with the donation of a can of soup (No soup for you!!!). Also 2-for-1 admission with the donation of a coat to the Project Warm Families Coat Drive, sponsored by KGET-TV 17.


  • Saturday’s game was the first of the season in which the Condors did not have a lead (they still won in a shootout)
  • The Condors three-game winning streak came to an end on Sunday in Ontario.
  • The Condors had taken at least a point in seven straight meetings with the Reign, dating back to last season (6-0-0-1)
  • G Aaron Crandall was released by the team today with the reassignment of G Frans Tuohimaa from the AHL. Crandall posted a 23-save shutout in his only appearance with the team.
  • No team has played as many games as the Condors (9) in the first 17 days of the season.
  • ECHL Player of the Week nominee: LW Josh Winquist (3 gm, 1g-3a, shootout goal)
  • ECHL Goalie of the Week nominee: G Ty Rimmer (3 gm, 2-1-0)


Points – Winquist (9)
Goals – Lessard, Verreault-Paul (4)
Assists – K. Jones (7)
+/- – K. Jones (+3)
PIM – Verreault-Paul (37)
Wins – Rimmer (4)
GAA – Rimmer (2.86)
Sv % – Rimmer (.908)


  • F Josh Winquist – tied for 4th in points with 9
  • F Josh Winquist – leads the league with 5 power play points and 4 power play assists
  • RW Francis Verreault-Paul – tied for 2nd with 37 penalty minutes (PIM)
  • RW Francis Verreault-Paul (31) and C Chase Schaber (28) are 3rd and 4th, respectively, in shots on goal
  • G Ty Rimmer leads the league in minutes (482) and saves (226) and is 2nd with 4 wins
  • F Josh Winquist (t-3rd, 9pts), C Connor & LW Kellen Jones (t-6th, 7pts apiece) and D Nick Pageau (t-10th, 6pts) all rank in the top 10 in rookie scoring
  • LW Kellen Jones (t-2nd, 7) and F Josh Winquist (3rd, 6) are among rookie assist leaders
  • D Gabriel Verpaelst leads all ECHL rookies with 3 fighting majors and is tied for 2nd among rookies with 21 PIM
  • D Jonathan Narbonne (right) is tied for the league lead among defensemen with 3 goals
  • CONDORS are 5th in goals against average (2.56)

Yesterday – Cub Scout Pack 433 pack meeting, with Jordan Kremyr; 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday – Pauly Elementary School “jog-athon”, with Baby Cal; 9 – 11 a.m.
– Seeing Is Believing event at Jersey Mike’s (5120 Stocktdale), with Baby Cal; 4 – 5 p.m.
Friday – Class of the Month at Charles H. Elementary, with Baby Cal; 10:45 a.m.
Sunday – Baby Cal and inflatable slap shot game, at St. Francis Church; 10 – 11 a.m.

It’s going to be the biggest crowd of the year. You know you are going to go. But you always sit in the top rows because you wait until the last minute. Don’t wait! Save cash, save time standing in line, and sit in the seats YOU want to sit in by purchasing a Teddy Bear Toss Pick 3 plan. TBTP3 holders have access to the best seats in the house, plus you will save money and pick two more Condors games to come to over the next five months. It’s a no brainer! Packages start at just $30. Contact the Condors front office at 324-PUCK (7825).