BAKERSFIELD (2-0-1-0, 5pts) @ TUCSON (1-1-0-0, 2pts)
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The Bakersfield Condors season-high, five-game road trip heads to the Old Pueblo for the first of two against the Roadrunners.
LAST TIME OUT
Bakersfield won its second straight, 4-3, in Henderson on Wednesday. Michael Kesselring scored twice and leads all AHL d-men with three goals on the campaign.
The Condors are out to their best start in the AHL era, with points in three straight, and earning five of a possible six points.
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Tucson has been a home away from home for the Condors who are 8-0-1 in their last nine games at the Tucson Convention Center. All-time, Bakersfield is 11-3-2-1 (.735) in Tucson and is 13-4-2 (.737) over the past five seasons overall against the Roadrunners.
BLUE LINE SEEING RED
Of the Condors nine goals this season, five have been scored by blueliners. Kesselring (3), Kaldis (1), and Kemp (1) have all found the back of the net.
GRIFFITH UP TO HIS OLD TRICKS
Seth Griffith, who had 80 points last season, has four assists in the first three games of the season. Wednesday’s two-assist game was his first multi-point game of the season.
ALWAYS REMEMBER YOUR FIRST
First-round pick Xavier Bourgault picked up an assist on Wednesday, his first professional point.
Bakersfield wraps up the weekend on Sunday at 4 p.m. against the Roadrunners.
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