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What You Need to Know in Condorstown, Edition 5

May 22, 2017 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Bakersfield Condors News Release

Miss something this week? Have trouble keeping up with all the latest news in Condorstown? Then make sure you check back every Monday as we give you everything you need to know about the past week and give you a look ahead at the upcoming week.

1. FATHER'S DAY PACK WITH BBQ SET AND FREE GOLF ON SALEGet dad the perfect gift for Father's Day with a pack including a hockey stick BBQ set, a round of golf at either Buena Vista or North Kern Golf Course, and a four-pack of Condors vouchers good for any regular season game next seasonThe package is $89.99 and is on sale now or calling 324-PUCK (7825)


Congratulations to Mary Beth Rabe, Teri Blankenship and Brandon Hawkins who each won a four-pack of suite tickets to the Lady Antebellum You Look Good World Tour kick-off show on Friday at Rabobank ArenaIt pays to be a Condors member with drawings like this throughout the year. Sign up now for as low as $9 a month or calling 324-PUCK (7825)

3. ELLIS GRADUATESCondors netminder Nick Ellis graduated from Providence College in Rhode Island over the weekend where he majored in finance He led the Condors with 16 wins in 2016-17 and was fourth among rookie goaltenders with a .918 save percentage


Both Conference Finals series are even at one game apiece after San Jose and Providence each won on Sunday Griffins winger Matthew Ford is the lone former Condors player still alive In the ECHL, the Colorado Eagles await the winner of the Manchester-South Carolina (SC leads 3-2) series in the battle for the Kelly Cup The Nashville Predators will attempt to advance to the Stanley Cup Final tonight with a win over Anaheim; Pittsburgh looks to do the same tomorrow night in Ottawa

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