TEXAS (31-16-10, 72pts, 1st-Central) @ BAKERSFIELD (27-26-4, 58pts, 6th)
PUCK DROP: 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
BROADCAST: AM 800 Fox Sports Radio, iHeartRadio App, and AHLTV.com
Vote for the PCL Hardest Worker of the Game via the Condors mobile app, available wherever you download your apps from
POT ‘O GOLD-EN TICKET RAFFLE: Greg McKegg’s St. Patrick’s Day jersey is this week’s Golden Ticket! Only 100 tickets sold at $30 each. Anyone, anywhere can win. You do not need to be present on Friday at the drawing. Click here to purchase yours!
GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Condors play game six of a season-high, seven-game homestand and are currently 3-2-0 during that time.
LAST TIME OUT
Bakersfield earned a 6-2 win, their third of the season, over San Jose on Saturday. Seth Griffith had a hat trick and four points while Raphael Lavoie scored twice.
The Condors are 15-8-3 (.635) in their last 26 games.
2023: THE YEAR OF LAVOIE
Raphael Lavoie has 29 points (18g-11a) in 28 games in 2023. His 18 goals are the most by any AHL skater since Jan. 1.
Seth Griffith’s season-high four point night helped him hit the 500 point plateau in the AHL. He became the 100th player to accomplish the feat.
With 15 games left in the regular season, the Condors recent run has them sixth. Last season, 63 points secured a playoff berth while 84 points secured home ice advantage. The Condors currently have a max possible points of 88. With Ontario idle tonight, the Condors could pull within five points of fifth. They lead eighth place San Jose by five points.
The Condors play game six of a seven-game homsetand tonight and will play 9 of their final 15 games at home. Bakersfield is 9-2-2 in its last 13 home games.
PICKIN’ BACK UP
Tonight’s expected starter, Calvin Pickard, is t-9th in the AHL with 17 wins on the season. He has won three starts on this homestand. Saturday was his 13th appearance allowing two or fewer goals in a game.
PHILP FEELING IT
Noah Philp paces the Condors in scoring since Feb. 1 with 15 points (7g-8a) in 16 games after scoring on Saturday.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
Texas split in Coachella Valley over the weekend. Remi Poirier started both games, but was pulled after allowing five on 14 on Sunday. Riley Barber had a goal and two assists on the weekend as the Stars scored twice shorthanded on Saturday.
The Condors are home Friday for St. Patrick’s Day and $2 Beers against Henderson. Click here for tickets.