WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Jujhar Khaira scored a pair of goals and rookie goaltender Nick Ellis stopped 30 shots in his pro debut on Tuesday night as the Bakersfield Condors opened their American Hockey League season with a 4-1 win against the Manitoba Moose.

Utah Valley rallied to take a 9-25, 26-24, 26-24, 25-23, 15-7 win over Cal State Bakersfield in a Western Athletic Conference volleyball match at CSUB on Thursday night. Carol Grasso led the Roadrunners (6-13, 3-3 WAC) with 17 kills and four aces.

The Condors set their American Hockey League roster on Thursday by reassigning goaltender Eetu Laurikainen to Norfolk, Va., of the ECHL and releasing forward Kevin Henderson from his tryout agreement.

The Bakersfield Condors announced Tuesday that all 68 regular-season games plus playoffs will be broadcast live on Fox Sports 970 AM and through the iHeartRadio App for the seventh consecutive year.

One thing Condors coach Gerry Fleming learned last season was that the Condors were not big enough or gritty enough as they came up one win short of making the playoffs in Bakersfield’s inaugural American Hockey League season.

Physicals and fitness testing took place Monday, and today the Condors officially open training camp as players take to the Rabobank Arena ice for the first practice.

Sure, Condors winger Josh Winquist was just trying to draw a couple of extra minutes on a high-sticking penalty, but his effort during the second period Saturday was symbolic: Winquist and the Condors were willing to do anything — even try to make their own faces bleed — to improve their cha…

The opportunity to climb into the final playoff position in the Pacific Division was there for the Condors on Saturday night at Rabobank Arena.

The Edmonton Oilers recalled Jujhar Khaira from the Condors on Wednesday, the second call-up of the season for the second-year forward.

It’s a polite way of calling out players and Condors coach Gerry Fleming did that Tuesday morning, noting in a pre-game interview that if the Condors were going to win, their best players needed to be at their best.

WEST SACRAMENTO — The outcome wasn’t what the Condors wanted — a 3-2 loss to the Stockton Heat — but playing the first American Hockey League outdoor game in Stockton was special.