After nearly a year away from the ice and several additional delays to the 2021 season, the Bakersfield Condors finally have a set schedule.

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.

Another domino in the sports world fell Monday morning, when the American Hockey League announced it was canceling the remainder of its 2019-20 season.

Despite returning a bevy of players from last year’s Pacific Division championship team, Condors coach Jay Woodcroft stressed prior to the season that this was a different team.

With the Edmonton Oilers playing in Los Angeles on Thursday night, it afforded Oilers General Manager Ken Holland the opportunity for a quick trip to Bakersfield on Thursday to take a look at the Condors who were playing Stockton Heat in the team's annual Field Trip Day Game.

The Bakersfield Condors hosted their 16th Annual Field Trip Day game Thursday against the Stockton Heat and, once again, local students were out in full force. An announced crowd of 7,680 was in attendance to watch the Condors fall to the Stockton Heat, 4-3 in overtime. Either way, it was a …

Keith Gretzky sat in the stands and kept his eyes focused on the ice as coach Jay Woodcroft and staff sent Bakersfield Condors players through various drills as training camp got under way Monday morning at Mechanics Bank Arena.

The Bakersfield Condors announced Tuesday that the team has re-signed defenseman Jake Kulevich and forward Jakob Stukel to AHL contracts for the upcoming season.