The 2021 AHL Pacific Division champion Bakersfield Condors will look to defend their title and have the opportunity to go beyond in the Calder Cup Playoffs when they open their 2021-22 campaign at Mechanics Bank Arena on Saturday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. against the Abbotsford Canucks, the newest…
The American Hockey League announced plans for multiple league-wide changes, including an expansion to the Calder Cup Playoffs on Monday.
Tyler Benson scored 8:51 into the third period to put the Condors ahead and Bakersfield held on to defeat the Henderson Silver Knights 3-2 to capture the John D. Chick Trophy as the AHL’s Pacific Division champions on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
With Bakersfield Condors just one win from securing a Pacific Division title, Henderson quickly threw a bucket of cold water on their championship aspirations Thursday night.
The Bakersfield Condors seem content to save their rest for the offseason, as a recent string of overtime successes have them one win away from a division title.
Sam Carrick scored two power-play goals and Trevor Zegras had a goal and three assists as the San Diego Gulls took control of its Pacific Division semifinal playoff series with a 5-3 victory in Game 1 over the Bakersfield Condors.
Heading to Henderson last week for a three-game series, the Bakersfield Condors needed a sweep to overtake the Silver Knights and capture the AHL’s Pacific Division title.
With a chance to earn a top postseason seed now gone, the Bakersfield Condors have to regroup quickly after the wheels fell off in Henderson Thursday.
A pair of timely second period goals were all the Bakersfield Condors needed, as Stuart Skinner and the defense did the rest in a 2-1 win over visiting Colorado on Wednesday.
Brad Malone recorded a hat trick, Max Gildon had four assists and the Bakersfield Condors pulled within a point of division leader Henderson with a 6-2 take down of the Silver Knights in Bakersfield Wednesday.
The Bakersfield Condors were in rare territory Saturday night, as they were shut out for just the second time this season in a 2-0 loss to Ontario at Mechanics Bank Arena.
Playing in front of a crowd for the first time all year, the Bakersfield Condors put on quite a show for their hometown fans Saturday night.
For the first time in more than a year, the Bakersfield Condors will have an opportunity to play in front of its home fans at Mechanics Bank Arena on Saturday when they host the San Diego Gulls for an 8 p.m. game.
The family of Colby Cave is teaming with the Edmonton Oilers to hold a Celebration of Life for the former Bakersfield Condors center, one day shy of the one-year anniversary of his death from a brain bleed. He was 25.
The top two scorers in the AHL currently reside in Bakersfield, and the duo of Tyler Benson and Cooper Marody have been rewarded for their efforts.
An offense as potent as the one Bakersfield Condors have will keep them in pretty much every game, a fact the Ontario Reign learned the hard way Saturday.
Staring down another tough loss, Tyler Jorgensen lifted the Cal State Bakersfield baseball team to a much-needed emotional win Saturday evening.
The Bakersfield Condors’ up and down season continued on its current trajectory Wednesday night with a 6-0 victory over the San Jose Barracuda, the team’s third straight victory after opening the season 0-5.
The Bakersfield Condors are hoping a new environment might bring different results when they host the San Diego Gulls on Friday night at Mechanics Bank Arena.
After seeing Bakersfield squander numerous opportunities throughout the night, Henderson made the most of a late scoring chance gifted to them by the Condors.
A dominant, three-goal surge in second period launched San Diego to a 4-1 win over Bakersfield in the opening night of American Hockey League play Friday night.
When the puck drops for Friday’s American Hockey League season opener, it will have been 335 days since the Bakersfield Condors last took the ice for a regular season game.
Entering the Mechanics Bank Arena locker room on Monday, Ryan Stanton felt an excitement that had been missing from his life for some time.
Nearly a year after last taking the ice, the Bakersfield Condors took a huge step toward returning to action with the American Hockey League’s announcement that 28 teams have agreed to participate in the 2021 season, scheduled to start Feb. 5.
I had the most amazing dream last night. It was the type of vision that was so vivid, that I woke up and immediately had to check my phone to confirm the details.
When all is said in done, the year that was 2020 will be more significant for what didn’t happen than what did — at least in the local sports landscape.
The final tally from the Bakersfield Condors’ annual Teddy Bear Toss came in Wednesday and, as expected, donations took a big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.