The Bakersfield Condors can secure a 2022 Calder Cup Playoffs berth tonight at 7 p.m. in the first-ever game at the brand new Dollar Loan Center in Henderson, Nev.
NEED TO KNOW
PUCK DROP: 7 p.m.
RADIO: Comedy 800 AM, iHeartRadio App
VIDEO STREAM: AHLTV
Watch the game LIVE at McGarry’s Irish Pub located at the corner of Brimhall + Calloway (21+)
GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
There are multiple scenarios the Condors can use to become the fifth team to clinch a playoff berth tonight. The easiest is a Condors win and Rockford win.
Click here for an updated playoff primer. The Condors currently occupy the fourth spot in the division, two points up on Abbotsford. It is the final “home-ice” spot in the opening round of the playoffs.
HOLLOWAY EXTENDS STREAK
20-year old Dylan Holloway scored last night and has seven points (1g-6a) on a four-game point streak.
FIVE FOR SCEVIOUR
Colton Sceviour extended his point streak to five games with an assist last night. He now has four goals and two assists for six points in that stretch.
STEADY AS SHE GOES
Yanni Kaldis collected his 20th assist of the season last night to give him five points (1g-4a) on a four-game point streak.
POWER PLAY RED HOT
The Condors power play continues to climb the charts in the AHL. The team has scored a power-play goal in five straight and is 7/17 during that time. Sitting at 13th overall in the league at 19.6%, the Condors are 7/29 (24.1%) against Henderson.
DOWN THE HALL
Jiri Patera was the fifth Silver Knights goaltender the Condors have seen this season and the third this week alone. He stopped 26 of 28 to end a personal five-game winless drought. Ben Jones scored twice in the 5-2 win.