The Bakersfield Condors (5-4-2, 12pts) host the San Diego Gulls (3-5-1, 7pts) on Dignity Health Home Ice at Mechanics Bank Arena.
PUCK DROP: 7 p.m.
DOORS OPEN: 6 p.m.
Military Appreciation Night presented by 23ABC, 107.9 KUZZ, and Berry, Smith & Bartell
GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
Last night, Bakersfield beat San Diego in overtime, 2-1. Cooper Marody scored his 50th goal in the AHL and his fourth overtime goal as a Condor.
POWERED UP FROM THE GET GO
The Condors power play has scored in all 11 games this season. Overall at 23.5% (12/51) the team is 7th in the AHL.
KILLED IT OFF
Bakersfield’s penalty kill was 5/5 last night including two late third period kills. In two games, the unit it 9/9 against San Diego, who has the 5th best power play at 23.7%.
Seth Griffith extended his point streak to 11 games (5g-9a) to start the season with an assist last night. It is the second longest streak for a Condors player in the AHL (Marody – 13, 2020-21).
Cooper Marody’s overtime goal was the fourth of his career and the first since 2019 when he helped the team to their 15th consecutive win. Overall, the Condors are 7-1 in their last eight overtime games.
BROBERG COMING INTO HIS OWN
First-round pick Philip Broberg has nine assists in 11 games to start the season, including his first multi-point game last night. He is t-3rd among d-men in scoring.
MALONE FILLING UP THE STAT SHEET
Brad Malone scored on the power play for the second straight game and has five points (3g-2a) over the past two outings.
UP NEXT: The Condors are in San Jose Wednesday to start a four-game road trip which will see the team head to Abbotsford and Ontario.