The Bakersfield Condors left little to chance in Friday’s game against the San Diego Gulls.
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.
Trying to keep a long-standing family tradition alive any way they could, Dave and LeAnn Banducci were happy to linger around the Mechanics Bank Arena parking lot Saturday morning.
As if 2020 hasn’t featured enough heartache and turmoil, a report surfaced online Wednesday morning that the Edmonton Oilers are considering moving the Bakersfield Condors to Canada.
Bakersfield Condors forward Cooper Marody will release a song Friday to benefit the Colby Cave Memorial Fund, which will go toward community programs with an emphasis on mental health initiatives and provide access to sports for underprivileged children.
The American Hockey League season may have been interrupted, but the Bakersfield Condors continue to build its team, signing a pair of centers, Brad Malone and Luke Esposito, to two-year contracts.
It was, as the coaches told him, for his own good but Condors rookie goaltender Stuart Skinner was none too happy about being sent down to the Wichita Thunder and the ECHL back in mid-December.
Each passing year is unique to all of us. For me, 2019 has been memorable for the things that have happened to me, and more importantly, the things that didn’t.
The Bakersfield Condors will return to the ice on Saturday, following nearly a week’s hiatus, looking to snap a two-game losing streak when they host the Stockton Heat at 7 p.m.
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.
Long after the fourth-largest crowd in Condors history had filed out of Mechanics Bank Arena on Saturday night, the Condors dressing room was still rocking.
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 …
Thirty-six nights after opening the American Hockey League season with a victory over San Diego, the music was once again blaring from inside the Condors locker room.
With all the success they had last year, the Bakersfield Condors entered this season hungry to take things to the next level.
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.
Veteran sports writer Mike Griffith, who retired on June 30 after 42 years at The Bakersfield Californian, was selected as the recipient of this year’s James H. Ellery Award.