Condors Get Point in 2-1 Overtime Loss to Manitoba

November 5, 2017 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Bakersfield Condors

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CONDORS GET POINT IN 2-1 OVERTIME LOSS

Team goes 2-0-1 on week in front of 6,135 fans; Over $21,000 raised

CONDORSTOWN, Calif. - The Bakersfield Condors (5-4-1-0) extended their unbeaten streak to three games in a 2-1 overtime loss to the Manitoba Moose (6-4-1-1) on Saturday night at Rabobank Arena. Tonight's attendance was the largest of the season at 6,135 on Patriotic Night. RW Ty Rattie scored his sixth goal of the season and his fourth in the last two games.

The team's post-game jersey auction of the Vietnam Veteran inspired jerseys netted $21,650 for charity.

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THREE STARS: 1. Schilling (MB) 2. Rattie (BAK) 3. Ellis (BAK)POWER PLAYS: BAK - 0/3; MB - 0/2SHOTS ON GOAL: BAK - 21; MB - 33GOALTENDERS: BAK - Ellis (3-2-1; 35/33); MB - Hutchinson (3-1-1; 32/31)RW Ty Rattie extended his point streak to four games with 5g-2a over that spanBakersfield opened the scoring for just the third game this season (2-1-0)The Condors went 2-2-1 on a five-game homestand and is unbeaten in three games (2-0-1)It was the first overtime game of the season for Bakersfield Bakersfield now heads on the road for four straight beginning in Tucson next Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m.Scratches: Fayne, Butcher, Bear, Lowe

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