BAKERSFIELD (14-21-3, 31pts) @ SAN DIGEO (12-29-0, 24pts)
PUCK DROP: 7 p.m. PT
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The Condors wrap up a four-game road trip in San Diego.
LAST TIME OUT
The Condors dug an early 2-0 hole and were behind 4-1 after two, before two third period goals brought the team to within one on Wednesday. San Diego would add an empty netter for a 5-3 final and its first win in four tries over the Condors.
Ty Tullio continues to heat up in the second half of the season. The 20-year old rookie has seven points (4g-3a) in his last six games, including his eighth goal of the season on Wednesday.
LAVOIE ON A TEAR
Raphael Lavoie has 13 points (6g-7a) in his last 14 games after an assist on Wednesday.
Devin Shore had a goal and assist on Wednesday on his conditioning loan from Edmonton. It’s his first stint in the AHL since 2015.
ROAD ENDS HERE
The Condors wrap up a four-game road trip tonight looking to go .500. After tonight the team plays twice at home before heading back out on the road for six of their next eight games.
For the second time in four games, Seth Griffith had two assists in a game. He leads the Condors in scoring with 33 points in 38 games and will represent the team at the AHL All-Star Classic in Laval next month.
Carter Savoie, who just turned 21 earlier in the week, tied for the team lead with four shots on Wednesday.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
San Diego’s win was their first in six games. Michael Del Zotto had a three-point (1g-2a) night while Rocco Grimaldi’s empty-netter sealed a four-point evening (2g-2a).
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