BAKERSFIELD CONDORS (4-5-0-0) @ ONTARIO REIGN (1-9-2-0)
WHEN: SUNDAY, MARCH 7
WHERE: TOYOTA SPORTS PERFORMANCE CENTER – EL SEGUNDO, CALIF.
WHEN: 3 p.m.
BROADCAST INFO: FOX SPORTS 970 AM (iHEARTRadio APP), AHLTV
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – Winners of four straight, the Bakersfield Condors head to El Segundo to take on the Ontario Reign today at 3 p.m. The game will be broadcast on Fox Sports 970 AM (iHeartRadio App) and streamed on AHLTV.com driven by Three-Way Chevrolet.
LAST TIME OUT
The line of Tyler Benson – Ryan McLeod – Cooper Marody combined for 11 points in last night’s 5-3 win over Ontario. Benson (1g-3a) and McLeod (1g-3a) each had four points and Marody recorded his first professional hat trick.
THROW THE HATS
Marody’s hat trick came in his 100th game as a Condor. In the AHL era, Josh Currie (8), Anton Lander (3) and Tyler Benson (1) have recorded the other hat tricks in team history.
HECK OF A HOMESTAND
Bakersfield’s four-game homestand delivered four wins for the team. In total, the team outscored the opposition (San Diego, Henderson, San Jose, Ontario) 19-4.
The Condors have scored the opening goal of the game in seven of their nine contests. In the last two games, the team has put up six in the first and has not allowed a first period tally.
GILDON MAKES AN IMPACT
Rookie d-man Max Gildon had a fighting major in his pro debut on Wednesday and assisted on Tyler Benson’s goal last night for his first pro point. He is also +3 through two games.
McLEOD HEATING UP
In addition to last night’s career-high four point performance, C Ryan McLeod also has goals in three of his last four games.