Look, I’m not a numbers guy. It was never my strong suit in school and not a big fan of getting crazy in depth with numbers to figure out “what it all means.”

But I’m going to hit you with some facts to lead off the blog today from the press box in Cedar Park. You may not want numbers, and that’s fine, but as I’ll remind you, it’s my blog and I’ll do what I want.

Now for the blog…

Eddie Pasquale earned his 100th win in the AHL last night with a 36-save shutout. He has stopped 70 of 71 shots on this trip.

The Toronto native is also 4-1-2 in his last seven starts with a 1.96 and a .931 save percentage. Those are elite numbers.

Don’t look now, but the Condors are 5-2-1 in their last eight road games.

At home, the team is 6-3-4 in their last 13 home games, good for a .615 point percentage.

Ty Rattie was selected as the team’s lone representative to the AHL All-Star Classic at the end of the month. He leads the team with 22 points (11g-11a) in 31 games this season.

Tough break for Rattie on the location though as it’s his second selection to an All-Star Classic held in Utica, New York (2015 the other). I hear it’s the Stockton of New York.

How about David Gust against San Antonio? The Condors finish the season series 4-1-1 against the Rampage and Gust had seven points (5g-2a) in six games.

Josh Currie and Joey LaLeggia have benefited from being on the same line. Currie leads the team since Dec. 1 with 11 points (4g-7a) and is +8 in 13 games. Right behind him is LaLeggia with 10 points (3g-7a) and a +5.

Mentioned on Twitter and on the broadcast, but the Condors now have six veterans (320+ professional games). Ryan Stanton is in Texas, but sick. Condors are only allowed to play five per game. I’d expect to see the same D pairings on the weekend.

The Condors have six veterans because of Eric Gryba. He hadn’t played in over a month and after shaking off the rust, I thought brought a good amount of physicality last night.

Broadcast note: Friday’s game is at 5:30 p.m. and on Fox Sports 970 AM. Saturday’s game starts at 5 p.m. and is on Comedy 800 AM/iHeartRadio App because of the LA Rams Wildcard Round game.

Every team in the Pacific Division is now .500 or better. Condors could climb to sixth depending on this weekend’s results. Bakersfield is 1-0-2 in three games against Texas with two comebacks to force OT and get points.

– Who wouldn’t want a player-created pet bowl next Friday?!

LOCK OF THE WEEK? Boy, does this look like a bore of an NFL Wild Card. I think the lock will be that not all home teams win. I’ll spring an upset in Jacksonville and say Buffalo becomes the lone road team to win. I also like New Orleans to win the NFC outright. We all know who I have in the AFC.

Until next time Condorstown…

Ryan Holt aka Holty is the Voice of the Condors in his seventh season. He enjoyed way too much post-game pizza and wings on the bus ride to Austin last night. Follow him on Twitter @CondorsHolty for more nonsense or shoot him an e-mail to RHolt@bakersfieldcondors.com with questions, comments, or blog ideas.