BAKERSFIELD (8-8-1, 17pts) @ ABBOTSFORD (8-7-2, 18pts)
PUCK DROP: 7 p.m.
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GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Bakersfield Condors are 6-5-0 in November and close the month in Abbotsford.
LAST TIME OUT
Three goals in just over five minutes helped the Condors claw out of a 3-0 hole, but it was the Canucks who pulled away for a 6-3 win last night.
ALL HE DOES IS SCORE
Michael Kesselring pulled back into a tie for the AHL lead for a d-man with his eighth goal of the year. He added an assist as well for his second multi-point game of the season.
ESPO KEEPS IT GOING
Luke Esposito’s third period assist extended his point streak to three games (2g-1a).
PIPELINE TO EDMONTON
James Hamblin became the 14th Condors player in the last 5 seasons to make his NHL debut in a 4-3 overtime win over Florida on Monday.
Tonight’s expected starter Olivier Rodrigue stopped 72 of 76 shots last week.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
Lane Pederson scored twice last night and now has nine goals in 13 games with the Canucks this season.
The Condors come home for one game Saturday night with Condors knit caps available for just $5 each. (Click here for tickets.)