GAME RECAP: Colorado 5, Condors 4

CONDORSTOWN, Calif. – The Bakersfield Condors (16-13-1-1; 34pts) matched a franchise high with 51 shots, but fell 5-4 to the Colorado Eagles (16-12-3-1; 36pts) on Friday at Rabobank Arena. RW David Gust scored for the second straight game and LW Tyler Benson extended his point streak to four games with an assist.
  • CONDORS GOAL: C Cooper Marody (7th) stuffed home a rebound; Assists: Benson, Hebig; Time of goal: 3:44; BAK leads, 1-0
  • EAGLES GOAL: RW Scott Kosmachuk (9th) tucked in a rebound in tight; Assist: Davis; Time of goal: 6:09; Game tied, 1-1
  • COLORADO GOAL: D David Warsofsky (2nd) took a shot that went off a Condor and in; Assist: Joly; Time of goal: 19:51; COL leads, 2-1
  • SHOTS: BAK – 16 , COL – 10
  • CONDORS GOAL: LW Patrick Russell (9th) off a rebound on the power play; Assists: Malone, Bear; Time of goal: 10:19; Game tied, 2-2
  • EAGLES GOAL: C Igor Shvyrev (3rd) from the top of the crease under the crossbar; Assists: Herbert, Greer; Time of goal: 13:15; COL leads, 3-2
  • EAGLES GOAL: LW Andrew Agozzino (13th) redirected a point shot; Assists: Warsofsky, Kaut; Time of goal: 15:57; COL leads, 4-2
  • CONDORS GOAL: RW David Gust (6th) follow up effort from the bottom of the right-wing circle; Assists: Vesel, Currie; Time of goal: 19:36; COL leads, 4-3
  • SHOTS: BAK- 13, COL – 13
  • EAGLES GOAL: Kosmachuk (10th) off a drop pass on a breakaway; Assists: Toninato, Joly; Time of goal: 1:00; COL leads, 5-3
  • CONDORS GOAL: RW Mitch Callahan (5th) off a rebound; Assists: Christoffer, Lagesson; Time of goal: 7:31; COL leads, 5-4
  • SHOTS: BAK- 22, COL – 8
  • THREE STARS: 1. Kosmachuk (COL) 2. Callahan (BAK) 3. Warsofsky (COL)
  • POWER PLAYS: BAK – 1/6 ; COL – 1/3
  • SHOTS ON GOAL: BAK – 51 ; COL – 31
  • GOALTENDERS: BAK – Wells (4-4-0; 31/26); COL – Martin (3-5-2; 51/47)
  • LW Tyler Benson has points in four straight (1g-3a) and has six assists in five games against Colorado
  • Benson’s 19th assist tied him with LW Joey LaLeggia (2015-16) for the Condors single season rookie record
  • The 51 shots matches a franchise high for the Condors set on January 21, 2016 at home against Manitoba
  • RW Mitch Callahan has three points (2g-1a) in four games against Colorado
  • Scratches: Wilson, McFarland, Vesey, Montoya