CONDORSTOWN, Calif. - The Bakersfield Condors dropped a pair of games to Colorado last weekend, earning a point in a come-from-behind shootout loss Saturday. But the team’s biggest loss came on the personnel front, where the Condors have lost each of their top four scorers since Friday – three to injury and another to recall.
Bakersfield is currently 13-31-2-3 with 31 points in the standings. They trail the 8th place San Francisco Bulls by nine points in the standings, with a pair of key meetings against the Bulls this weekend.
COMING UP (all times Pacific):
Tuesday, Feb. 5 vs. Stockton (7 p.m., Rabobank Arena)
Wednesday, Feb. 6 at Ontario (7 p.m., Citizens Bus. Bank Arena)
Friday, Feb. 8 vs. Las Vegas (7 p.m., Rabobank Arena)
Saturday, Feb. 9 at San Francisco (7:15 p.m., Cow Palace)
Sunday, Feb. 10 at San Francisco (2:15 p.m., Cow Palace)
LAST WEEK (Home team in CAPS):
After a dominant first period that saw the Condors take a 2-0 lead, the Wranglers rallied for found unanswered goals to double up Bakersfield. F Peter Boyd scored for the sixth straight game, and F Brett Perlini also tickled the twine for the Condors. It was the first time all the season Condors had lost in regulation when leading after two periods.
Colorado 3 vs. CONDORS 1
Bakersfield drew first blood but couldn’t stem the Eagles offensiveonslaught in a 3-1 setback Friday night. G Scott Greenham (pictured) did all he could, stopping 51 shots in a losing effort, while F Nicholas Tremblay scored the only goal for Bakersfield.
Trailing 2-0 heading into the third period, F Nicholas Tremblay went to work. He put the Condors on the board at 7:13 of the third, and with the goaltender pulled for the extra attacker, he tied it up with 57 seconds remaining in regulation. Only one player could light the lamp for Bakersfield in the shootout, as Colorado earned the extra point in the skills competition.
Points – F Francis Verreault (35)
Wins – G Scott Greenham (9)
GAA – G Scott Greenham (3.34)
Sv % – G Scott Greenham (.909)
Twitter Tuesday and Cirque du Condorstown Friday
The Condors host the Stockton Thunder Tuesday, Feb. 5 for Twitter Tuesday, sponsored by 106.1 KRAB Radio. Show the box office you follow the Condors on Twitter (@Condors) and receive 2-for-1 admission anywhere in the building. Also, donate two new or gently used book for donation and receive $1 terrace admission, sponsored by Wells Fargo. The books will be donated to local schools.
On Friday against Las Vegas they welcome the feats of a high-flying aerialist, a mind-bending contortionist, sky-high stilt walkers and even the team’s namesake – a California condor – for Cirque du Condorstown, sponsored by The Groove 99.3.
The Condors also have key road games Wednesday night in Ontario, and Saturday and Sunday match-ups against the San Francisco Bulls.
Tune in to all the action on Fox Sports Radio 970 AM,www.foxsports970am.com or on America One. “Condors Countdown” starts 15 minutes before the drop of the puck.
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