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The Condors Ryan Little and goalie Laurent Brossoit defend their goal against Ontario in their Jan. 20 game.

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Ontario's Everett Sheen hits the ice as the Condors' Gary Steffes also chases down the puck in their Jan. 20 game.

Some opponents have changed, but none of the dates for remaining home games have changed for the Condors in the wake of the San Francisco Bulls ceasing operations on Monday.

The Condors had seven games remaining against the Bulls, four of them at home, and will finish the season with the standard 72 games -- 36 home and 36 away.

The changes are:

February 4 -- home opponent changed to Stockton

February 7-- road date added; in Ontario

February 8 -- home opponent changed to Ontario

February 22 -- home opponent changed to Las Vegas

March 18 -- home opponent changed to Las Vegas

March 22 -- home opponent changed to Ontario

March 23 -- road date added; in Las Vegas

April 4 -- road date added; in Ontario

April 11 -- home opponent changed to Stockton

Also, as previously announced, the Condors will host the Las Vegas Wranglers in the final game of the season on April 13 to make up the game lost because of weather on Dec. 7.

Due to the rescheduling, Alaska, Colorado, Ontario and Stockton will play just 71 games. With the inequality in games played, playoff seeding will be based on winning percentage, not points.

The Condors play host to the Utah Grizzlies on Friday night.