The Condors run to the Western Conference Finals was not only remarkable on the ice, but in the stands as well. Nearly 37,000 fans witnessed history in Condorstown, including over 6,400 for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. That was the largest crowd of the postseason, in any city, through three rounds.
The team averaged 4,545 fans for eight home games and the team was 6-2 on home ice. Of the the 16 teams in the playoffs, Bakersfield had the 4th highest average attendance.