SAN DIEGO (13-34-0, 26pts, 10th) @ BAKERSFIELD (18-22-4, 40pts, 7th)
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GAME PREVIEW presented by Rodriguez & Associates
The Condors wrap up a brief two-game homestand tonight against San Diego.
LAST TIME OUT
Bakersfield led 2-1 going into the third, but Ontario forced overtime and eventually won in the fourth round of the shootout, 3-2. Seth Griffith had two assists in regulation and scored the team’s lone shootout goal.
Friday’s game was the 25th one-goal game for Bakersfield this season. The team owns a 10-11-2-2 record in those games. Only Providence (28) and Utica (26) have been involved in more one-goal games.
‘PICK’ING IT UP
Calvin Pickard is 9-4-1 in his last 14 decisions and has made at least 30 saves in five straight games.
UNBEATEN AT HOME
Despite the shootout loss, the Condors extended their home point streak to a season-long six games (4-0-2), garnering 10 of a possible 12 points.
Alex Peters has a goal and five assists in his last four games after his second multi-point game of the season last night. His +15 leads the team.
PHILP LEADS THE WAY
Noah Philp had a goal and assist, his first multi-point game of the season.
RAPH HUNTING GULLS
Raphael Lavoie leads the Condors against San Diego with six points (2g-4a) in five games.
BACK FROM THE FORT
Darien Kielb was recalled from his loan to Fort Wayne earlier in the week. It was a productive trip for the blueliner as he notched nine points (3g-6a) in six games.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
San Diego knocked off Coachella Valley in overtime last night, 2-1. Bo Groulx leads the Gulls against the Condors with five points (3g-2a) in five games. Lukas Dostal has started all five games this season against Bakersfield.
The Condors head out on a four-game road trip beginning in Colorado Tuesday and Wednesday at 6 p.m. PT.