BAKERSFIELD (9-14-1, 19pts) @ COLORADO (17-7-2, 36pts)
PUCK DROP: 6 p.m.
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GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Condors and Eagles meet for the fourth time this season and for the first time in Loveland.
LAST TIME OUT
A scoreless game into the third period turned in Ontario’s favor with an early goal. The Reign added an empty netter in a 2-0 win. It was the first time the Condors have been shutout this season. Colorado swept San Jose over the weekend.
JD PUTS PEN TO PAPER
Jason Demers signed a one-year, two-way NHL deal with the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday. The 34-year old was previously on a PTO. His nine assists are second on the team.
OLLIE KEEPS IT UP
Ollie Rodrigue stopped 23 of 24 on Saturday is t-10th among all AHL goaltenders with a .918 save percentage.
The Condors are +6 in goal differential in the third period this season.
Michael Kesselring leads all AHL d-men with 84 shots.
Phil Kemp’s 16.7% shooting percentage is third among AHL blueliners.
ON THE RANCH
Colorado is 10-3-1 at home, the best home record in the Pacific Division. They are 12-1-2 when scoring first.
The Condors and Colorado wrap the two-game series tomorrow at 6 p.m.