BAKERSFIELD (8-10-1, 17pts) @ ONTARIO (11-6-1, 23pts)
PUCK DROP: 5 p.m.
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The Bakersfield Condors take on the Ontario Reign on a Sunday evening. Bakersfield is 2-1-0 against Ontario this season.
LAST TIME OUT
The Condors had a 2-0 lead in the first period and rallied from a goal down twice in the third period, but a late Brad Hunt goal sealed a 5-4 win for Colorado. Ontario knocked off Colorado, 3-1, in Cal Petersen’s return between the pipes on Friday.
Bakersfield is in the midst of a six-games-in-11-days stretch. It wraps up Tuesday morning against the Eagles.
ESPO KEEPS IT GOING
Luke Esposito rides a season-high five-game point streak (2g-4a) into action tonight. He assisted on two goals last night
Ty Tullio has goals in each of his last three games and four points (3g-1a) total.
EVERYONE LOVES THE DRAKE
Drake Rymsha made his Condors debut last night and assisted on Justin Bailey’s first period goal.
HAVE TO CLOSE IT OUT
The Condors have been tied or led with 10 minutes left in regulation in each of their last five games, but only have two of a possible 10 points to show for it.
Max Gildon is expected to play tonight after being reassigned from the Charlotte Checkers (AHL). Gildon, 23, was an AHL All-Rookie Team selection with the Condors in the shortened 2020-21 season.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
Ontario scored twice on the power play and Cal Petersen stopped 27 in his return to Ontario in their 3-1 win over Colorado Friday.
The Condors return home for Field Trip Day Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. against Colorado. (Click here for tickets)