The Bakersfield Condors (6-5-2, 14pts) host the San Diego Gulls (7-6-1, 15pts) at 7 p.m. for the 23rd annual Teddy Bear Toss presented by Eyewitness News, KERN 1180, and Three-Way Chevrolet. Bakersfield has been off for 10 days after three games on a road trip were postponed.
Puck drop: 7 p.m.
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Doors open: 6 p.m.
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GAME PREVIEW Presented by Rodriguez & Associates
Following a 10-day layoff where three road games were postponed, the Bakersfield Condors get back in action against the San Diego Gulls at 7 p.m. The Condors own a 2-0-1 record against San Diego and beat the Gulls two weeks ago on home ice, 4-2. It was San Diego’s last loss as the Gulls come into tonight’s game with a four-game winning streak, all over San Jose.
Cooper Marody has five multi-point games to lead all Condors after his 1g-1a night against San Jose in the team’s last outing.
GRIFF KEEPS IT GOING
Seth Griffith rides a 13-game point streak (5g-12a) into tonight’s contest. It is the longest scoring streak in the AHL this season and he is t-7th in the AHL scoring race.
MCPHEE STEPS UP
Rookie Graham McPhee has goals in two straight games and three points on the season. After missing the majority of the 2020-21 season with injury, the Boston College product has found the scoring touch.
MOVIN’ ON UP
Since the last time the Condors played, two d-men, Philip Broberg and William Lagesson both were recalled by the Edmonton Oilers. Broberg has since made his NHL debut and Lagesson made his season debut in Arizona on Wednesday.
The Condors power play has cashed in in 12 of 13 games this season and is 8th overall at 22.0%.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
San Diego is 5-1 when scoring first. They also have the league’s top power play at 26.4%.
UP NEXT: The Condors head to Stockton for the first time this season on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.