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CONDORSTOWN, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors (5-8-1-0) host the San Antonio Rampage (10-5-1-0) on Dignity Health Home Ice at Rabobank Arena at 6:30 p.m. It’s $20 on 20th Anniversary Night presented by Univision and La Caliente 96.9 FM.
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EAT & DRINK
Carved Turkey Breast
Root Vegetable Medley
Carved Turkey Sandwich
Crossbar Craft Beer Pub
Ice Level Lounge (free with a lower level ticket, must be 21+)
BAKERSFIELD MARRIOTT POST-GAME AUTOGRAPH BOOTH: Eddie Pasquale
The Bakersfield Condors begin a stretch of five of six on home ice against the San Antonio Rampage. In the teams’ only meeting of the season thus far, the Condors came away with a 5-4 victory matching the team’s high for goals in a game. Last season, Bakersfield went 3-1-0-0 against the Rampage including a perfect 2-0-0-0 mark at Rabobank Arena. The most lopsided victory of the season for the Condors came at the expense of San Antonio in a 7-1 win on November 2, 2016. It matched a team-high for goals in a game (7) and margin of victory (6).
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Bakersfield came up empty on a four-game road trip after a 5-2 loss in Stockton on Saturday. C Josh Currie notched his third goal of the season and RW Brian Ferlin found the back of the net for the first time in a Condors sweater, but the team’s 37 shots on G Jon Gillies were not enough.
San Antonio ended a brief two-game losing skid with a 5-2 victory over Texas on Saturday night. After falling behind 1-0 after 20 minutes, the Rampage scored three times in the second and never looked back. D Jordan Schmaltz had two assists and was +4 while LW Andrew Agozzino had three points (1g-2a). G Spencer Martin stopped 23 of 25 to earn his team-leading seventh victory of the season.
Bakersfield’s power play has cashed in with goals in seven of their last eight games. The power play is 10-for-41 (24.9%) over that stretch and has connected for multi-power play goal games in three of the last eight games. After starting the season without a power-play goal on their first 19 opportunities, the power play is up to 14th in the AHL at 17.2% overall.
After missing all but two games with injury last season, RW Brian Ferlin’s first period goal on Saturday was his first since April 17, 2016 with Providence… RW Ty Rattie has 10 points (6g-4a) in his last eight games… RW Zach O’Brien had an assist Saturday for his first point with Bakersfield since being recalled last week… The Condors are 29th in goals per game at 2.36 a contest…. C Joe Gambardella is second among rookies in shooting percentage at 33.3% (3/9).. Bakersfield is winless in five games (0-4-1). The longest stretch without a win in Condors AHL history was six games last season (0-3-2-1).
San Antonio is seventh in the AHL in goals per game at 3.50 and are ninth in goals against per game at 2.75… G Spencer Martin is tied for fifth in the AHL with seven wins… D Jordan Schmaltz is tied for 3rd among blueliners in scoring with 14 points (2g-12a). Nine of those points have come on the power play (1g-8a) which is third among d-men… Though they are the AHL affiliate of the Colorado Avalanche, the Rampage roster includes seven players assigned by the St. Louis Blues, who are without an AHL affiliate this season. That list includes first round draft picks Klim Kostin, Tage Thompson, and Jordan Schmaltz.
Nov. 16 – RW Zach O’Brien recalled from Wichita
Nov. 16 – RW Chad Butcher loaned to Wichita
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