Condors Weekly: on to Boise

CONDORSTOWN, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors struggled in two divisional games last weekend, dropping contests Friday in Stockton and Sunday in Ontario. They have seven points in the standings, one point behind Colorado for sixth place in the Western Conference. 

Wednesday, Nov. 7 at Idaho (6:10 p.m. at CenturyLink Arena)
Friday, Nov. 9 at Idaho (6:10 p.m. at CenturyLink Arena)
Saturday, Nov. 10 at Idaho (6:10 p.m. at CenturyLink Arena)

LAST WEEK (Home team in CAPS):
STOCKTON 6 vs. Condors 1

The Condors were fighting back, trailing 2-1 late in the second, but the Thunder rattled off four goals in the final 22 minutes of play to cruise to a 6-1 victory. D Olivier Dame-Malka (pictured) scored the lone goal on the power play for Bakersfield, midway through the second frame.
ONTARIO 5 vs. Condors 2
Midway through the third period, new Condors D Trevor Hendrikx scored his second goal of the game to tie it up 2-2. But less than a minute later the Reign regained the lead and later added insurance tallies for a 5-2 win. G Brian Stewart made 35 saves in the loss for Bakersfield. 
  • D Trevor Hendrikx, who was picked up last week, made his Condors debut over the weekend, and recorded the first two-goal game of the season for a Bakersfield defenseman on Sunday.
  • All three Condors goals over the weekend were unassisted.
  • Of the 11 goals Bakersfield surrendered last weekend, six came in the third period.
  • F Brett Perlini, F Parker Stanfield, F Robby Dee, D Ryan Annesley were all out of the lineup injured last weekend.
  • The Condors have surrendered 17 third period goals, and 19 goals in the first and second periods, combined. Strangely, the Condors are at their best in the third period when it comes to shots, giving up less than 10 shots on the average in final frame.


  • G Scott Greenham is tied for 1st in shootout save percentage (1.000
    %) and shootout wins (2).
  • D Tyson Gimblett is 2nd among defensemen with 34 penalty minutes. He is tied for the league lead among blueliners with four fighting majors.
  • The Condors are one shorthanded goal behind the league lead, with two.

Points – C Levi Nelson (8)
Goals – C Parker Stanfield (4)
Assists – LW Evan Trupp (6)
PIM – D Tyson Gimblett (34)
+/- – F Tyler Brenner [right] (+2)
Wins – G Scott Greenham (1)
GAA – G Scott Greenham (3.25)
Sv % – G Scott Greenham (.906)
Three in Boise

The Condors wrap up their six-game road trip this week with three games against the Idaho Steelheads. All three games start at 6:10 p.m. Pacific Time, and can be heard live on Fox Sports Radio 970. Ryan Holt will bring you the action, with Condors Countdown starting 15 minutes before the drop of the puck. Fans can also tune in to the games on the iHeartRadio app on their mobile devices, or pay per view through America One.

Condors Insider Thursday

Thursday evening be sure to tune into Condors Insider on Fox Sports Radio 970AM. The show, hosted by broadcasters Ryan Holt and Kevin Bartl, features interviews with Condors players and coaches, team and league news and more. Condors Insider airs from 6 – 7 p.m.

Field Trip Day, Knee Hockey Sticks & Date-A-Condor Night

The team returns home next week for three games in three days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 

Thursday’s game (Nov. 15) is the 9th annual Field Trip Day Game & Businessperson’s Special, sponsored by HOT 94.1, with a 10:30 a.m. start time. All tickets are $10, and it’s a perfect way to spend your lunch break!

On Friday (Nov. 16) the first 2,000 kids 12 and under will get a Knee Hockey Stick, sponsored by 106.1 KRAB Radio and American Business Machines.

All fans at Saturday’s game (Nov. 17) have a chance to win a date with their favorite Condors player, coach, equipment manager or even the radio guy! The night is sponsored by 101.5 KGFM. Maybe you’re not interested in a date, but just want to hang with a Condor for the night? No worries, everyone is eligible to win.

Get your Condors ticket plan, become a season ticket holder, and enjoy all the great benefits of being in Condorstown, including saving big money on your tickets. Check out the plan to fit your needs by clicking here or calling 324-PUCK (7825).

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