TUCSON (20-19-4, 44pts) @ BAKERSFIELD (16-21-3, 35pts)
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The Condors, who are 5-3-2 in January, close out the month on home ice with the sixth of eight matchups with Tucson.
LAST TIME OUT
Raphael Lavoie staked the Condors to 5-2 lead with his 10th of the season and Bakersfield held on in a 5-4 victory on Saturday. Jason Demers and Max Gildon each had two assists apiece. Calvin Pickard stopped 32 for the win.
FIVE FOR TY
Ty Tullio extended his point streak to five games with an assist Saturday. The 20-year old rookie has nine points (4g-5a) in his last eight games.
Raphael Lavoie scored his 10th of the season on Saturday and extended his point streak to five games. In his last 16 games since Dec. 20, the Quebec native has 17 points (8g-9a) and leads the team with 52 shots.
GREG GOES BACK TO BACK
Greg McKegg has scored in each of his last two games.
The Condors are 3-0-1 in their last four at home in January. Despite being on the road for the majority of the month, the team is 5-3-1-1 with points in seven of 10.
Jason Demers had two assists on Saturday night and now has 15 on the season. His assist total leads all Condors d-men and is second overall on the team.
TAKING IT TO TUCSON
Despite being 1-3-1 against the Roadrunners so far this season, Bakersfield is 14-7-2-1 against Tucson in its last 24 games.
James Hamblin was reassigned to the Condors on Saturday. He has 11 points (5g-6a) in 20 games with Bakersfield this season.
ON THE OTHER SIDE
Tucson went 5-1 on a recent six-game homestand including a sweep of the Abbotsford Canucks. On Sunday, Ivan Prosvetov had 38 stops and Dysin Mayo had the game-winner in a 5-2 win.
The Condors head to Calgary for two games with the Wranglers on Thursday and Friday at 6 p.m. PT.