Game Preview: Condors v Aces

Time: Doors open at 6 p.m. (5:45 for STH) | Puck drops at 7 p.m.
Promotions!: High School/College ID Night – Students bring your ID to the box office for $1 lower level tickets; Houchin Blood Bank “Out for Blood” Night pres. by KUZZ 107.9 FM  – Donate blood at Houchin and receive a voucher for a $1 ticket to tonight’s game; Carl’s Jr 2-for-Tuesday – have lunch at Carl’s Jr., purchase a value meal, and receive a 2-for-1 ticket coupon anywhere in the building
Tickets: Box Office … 1-800-745-3000

Place: Dignity Health Home Ice at Rabobank Arena
Radio: Fox Sports Radio 970 / iHeartRadio / click here
Webcast: America One,

The Bakersfield Condors conclude their season series with thevs alaskaAlaska Aces. Tonight is the eighth game in the set, with the Condors getting the better of the Aces the last time, a 3-2 shootout win in Anchorage on March 9. In the first seven games of the series, one of the teams has been shutout on four occasions. Bakersfield won the only other game contested at Rabobank Arena, 3-0, on March 7.

Bakersfield went 2-2-0 on a tough four-game week, including a three-in-three in three different cities on the weekend. After knocking off the division-leading Ontario Reign at home, 4-3 in overtime, on Saturday, the shorthanded Condors ran out of steam on Sunday afternoon, falling 4-1 in Las Vegas. LW Nick MacNeil scored the lone goal for the Condors, his second professional tally.

Alaska continued their lengthy road trip in Stockton over the weekend and picked up three of a possible four points. After falling behind 4-1 with under 10 minutes remaining on Saturday, the Aces rallied for three late goals, eventually falling in overtime. Sunday was a different story though as Alaska raced out to a 6-0 lead and cruised to a 7-2 win over the Thunder.

F Ryan Little, who had a goal and two assists on Saturday night, leads the team with a +15 rating. It is the highest since 2010-11 when D Erik Burgdoerfer led the team with a +20… RW Jordan Knackstedt is on a five-game point streak (1g-4a) after extending it on Sunday with an assist… D Jordan Heywood was released from his ATO yesterday in order to finish schooling at Merrimack College… G Laurent Brossoit, who has spent the majority of the 2013-14 season with the Condors, will serve as the backup netminder in Edmonton tonight after being recalled yesterday.

3/24 – D Jordan Heywood released from ATO


Come to Condorstown hungry and check out what’s on the Club Room and Tap Room menus!


TAP ROOM: BBQ Beef Sandwich, Chippers

CLUB ROOM: Bacon wrapped meatloaf, Hot German Potato Salad, Brussells Sprouts, Salad, Rolls



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