BAKERSFIELD (9-14-1, 19pts) @ ONTARIO (14-7-1, 29pts)
PUCK DROP: 6 p.m.
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GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Condors open a three-game road trip in Ontario at 6 p.m. It is the team’s fourth and final trip to Ontario this season.
LAST TIME OUT
The Condors struck first, but three unanswered goals from San Jose proved to be the difference in a 3-1 setback. Ontario won two straight in overtime against Tucson.
Michael Kesselring plays his 100th AHL game tonight. The 22-year old blueliner has 27 points (11g-16a) in 99 career AHL games with the Condors.
Tyler Benson had four assists in two games over the weekend. He now has six assists in five games this season and is the team’s all-time AHL leader in assists with 121 in 179 games.
BOURGY BRINGS THE REIGN
Xavier Bourgault has eight goals on the season through 23 games with three coming in four contests against Ontario.
WELCOME BACK VINNY
Vinny Desharnais is expected to return to the lineup tonight. He has played in just five games this season and has not played since Nov. 12. He has 38 points in 114 AHL games and is a +42 with the Condors.
40 NOT ENOUGH
The Condors 40 shots on Sunday were the second-most they have fired this season.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
Quinton Byfield has goals in back-to-back games and five goals over his last four contests. The Reign have won seven of their last 10 games.
CAP IS BACK
Brad Malone is expected to be in the lineup tonight after being placed on waivers by Edmonton yesterday.
The Condors are in Colorado on Tuesday and Wednesday at 6 p.m.