Jon Gillies had more than one Condor player looking to the rafters Saturday night at Stockton Arena.

Gillies stopped 35 shots, many of them Grade A chances, as the Heat beat the Condors 5-2.

The Condors, who had been robbed at least two times early in the third period, were trailing 3-2 when Stockton’s Andrew Mangiapane scored a power-play goal at 11:08. Morgan Klimchuk added an empty-net goal with 2:23 left for the final margin

The Heat are now 5-0 against the Condors, who have been outscored 21-8 in those games.

Bakersfield winds up a four-game road trip 0-4 and is 0-4-1 in its last five heading into a Tuesday night game against San Antonio at Rabobank Arena.

Garnet Hathaway put the Heat up 1-0 just 1:27 into the game but the Condors tied the game at 11:49 when Brian Ferlin got his first goal.

The Heat regained the lead for good at 14:58 on a goal by Ryan Lomberg.

Condors captain Ryan Hamilton had a chance to tie the game five minutes into the second on a penalty shot but was stopped by Gillies.

Colby Robak put the Heat up 3-1 midway through the period on his first goal of the season, a one-timer from the right circle.

Josh Currie cut the lead to 3-2 with a power play goal with 1:20 left in the second.