GAME RECAP: San Jose 2, Condors 1 (OT)


SAN JOSE – The Bakersfield Condors (21-21-8-1, 51pts) scored 11 seconds in and gained a point, but fell in overtime, 2-1, to the San Jose Barracuda (23-22-3-3; 52pts) on Friday morning at SAP Center. Bakersfield is now six point out of a playoff spot with 17 games remaining. The Condors penalty kill went nine for 10 including killing off six penalties in the third period alone.
The Condors head to Stockton Saturday at 6 p.m. to take on the Heat.
  • POWER PLAYS: BAK – 0/6; SJ – 1/10
  • SHOTS ON GOAL: BAK – 24; SJ – 37
  • GOALTENDERS: BAK – Brossoit (6-5-3; 37/35); SJ – Bibeau (15-11-2; 24/23)
  • D Caleb Jones returned to the lineup today after missing 10 games due to injury
  • G Laurent Brossoit denied RW Adam Helewka on a penalty shot in the first period
  • LW Evan Polei and D Keegan Lowe each had fighting majors in the first period
  • RW Zach O’Brien has a three-game point streak (1g-2a)
  • Last night D Ethan Bear became the 26th Condor to play in the NHL in 2+ seasons and the fourth to make his NHL debut from Bakersfield
  • Bakersfield is 3-2-2 against San Jose this season
  • The Condors are in Stockton Saturday night at 6 p.m.
  • Scratches: Hamilton (inj.), Callahan (susp.), Mantha (inj.)