The Bakersfield Condors (11-8-3-3, 28pts, .560%, 4th place) wrap up a six-game road trip against the Abbotsford Canucks (10-11-3-1, 24pts, 480%, 7th place) on Monday night at 7 p.m. Bakersfield has taken the first three games against the Canucks this week and has points in eight straight games (5-0-2-1).
Last night, Bakersfield shutout the Canucks 4-0. Watch the Atlas Urgent Care Rapid Highlights by clicking here.
GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Condors have won the opening four games of the season series with the Canucks.
Bakersfield has played just one home game since Dec. 4. The team is unbeaten in the first five games of the six-game road trip and looks to extend an eight-game point streak tonight.
SHORTHANDED? NO PROBLEM
The Condors penalty kill unit is a perfect 13/13 in the season series with Abbotsford and is the top rated road penalty kill in the AHL.
Cooper Marody, who now has a team-leading 12 goals on the season, rides a six-game point streak (6g-4a) into action tonight. His 12 goals are now t-8th in the AHL.
LAVOIE FIRES AWAY
Raphael Lavoie scored twice last night and has five goals in his last eight games. He has fired at least five shots in four of those games, including back-to-back six shot nights this weekend.
Stuart Skinner picked up his 5th career AHL shutout, stopping 21 shots yesterday. He has started six consecutive games since returning from the NHL. Against the Canucks this week he is 3-0 with a 1.31 GAA and a .935 save percentage.
UP NEXT: The Condors return home to start a four-game homestand. Friday night is $2 Beer Night and Saturday is Game Night. Both games start at 7 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets.