POSTSEASON RECORD: 1-1
2017 HOME PLAYOFF RECORD: 1-1
ALL-TIME HOME PLAYOFF RECORD: 2-2
2017 ROAD PLAYOFF RECORD: 0-0
ALL-TIME ROAD PLAYOFF RECORD: 0-2
ALL-TIME PLAYOFF RECORD: 2-4
2017 PLAYOFF GF: 8
2017 PLAYOFF GA: 6
ALL-TIME PLAYOFF GF: 14
ALL-TIME PLAYOFF GA: 17
PLAYOFF PP: (1/11) 9.1%
PLAYOFF PK: (8/9) 88.9%
PLAYOFF LEADING SCORER: R. CARPENTER (2+2=4), J. RYAN (2+1=3), B. ROBINSON (1+2=3), K. LABANC (1+1=2), R. CHARTIER (0+2=2)
2016-17 REGULAR SEASON RECORD: 43-16-4-5 (95 PTS)
DIVISION RANKING: 1ST PACIFIC
CONFERENCE RANKING: 1ST WESTERN
LEAGUE RANKING: 2ND
HOME RECORD: 24-6-2-2 (.764)
AWAY RECORD: 19-10-2-3 (.632)
PP: (65/273) 23.8%
PK: (43/264) 83.7%
LEADING ROOKIE: D. O’REGAN (23-35-58)
MOST PIM: A. GALLANT (126)
LEADING SCORER: D. O’REGAN (23-35-58), T. HEED (14-42-56), J. RYAN (10-39-49), B. GOODROW (25-20-45), R. CARPENTER (14-25-39)
2016-17 Barracuda Regular Season Accomplishments
Western Conference regular season champions (Bud Poile Trophy)
Pacific Division regular season champions (John Chick Trophy)
Goaltender of the year - Troy Grosenick (Aldege "Baz" Bastien Award)
Coach of the year - Roy Sommer (Louis A.R. Pieri Award)
Rookie of the year - Daniel O'Regan (Dudley "Red" Garrett)
First Team AHL All-Star - Troy Grosenick
Second Team AHL All-Star - Tim Heed
Mid Season All-Stars - Troy Grosenick, Daniel O'Regan
AHL season long winning streak - 14 games
AHL season long point streak - 15 games
CCM/AHL Goaltender of the month - Troy Grosenick (February)
CCM/AHL Player of the week - (2x) Troy Grosenick
Troy Grosenick is just the fifth goaltender in AHL history to reach double-digit shutouts (10)
Troy Grosenick held a scoreless streak for 248 consecutive minutes from Nov. 19 to Dec.18.
Nine different players have spent time with both the Barracuda and Sharks
Second youngest roster in the league
AHL's top-ranked offense (3.44 goals per game)
AHL's second-ranked power play (23.8%)
AHL's eighth-ranked penalty kill (83.3%)
Fourth in team defense (2.56 goals per game)
Friday, April 21 – BARRACUDA 4 vs. Stockton 0
The San Jose Barracuda (1-0) used 28 Troy Grosenick saves to earn a 4-0 win over the Stockton Heat (0-1) in game one of the Divisional Semifinal best-of-five series at SAP Center on Friday night.
Grosenick (1-0) made 28 saves to earn the playoff win while Jon Gillies (0-1) allowed three goals on 35 shots.
After killing off the series' first power play, Tim Heed (1) worked his way into the offensive zone and ripped a shot short-side top-shelf from the right wing to give San Jose the opening-period lead at 6:38.
San Jose added to its advantage in the second as Buddy Robinson fed a cross-ice pass to Ryan Carpenter (1) on a two-on-one and Carpenter fired a shot top shelf at 3:34.
In the third, Carpenter potted his second of the game as he jammed a loose puck into the open net after Gillies failed to secure a point shot from Mirco Mueller at 11:37. San Jose sealed the victory when Kevin Labanc scored on an empty net at 19:21.
Sunday, April 23 – BARRACUDA 4 vs. Stockton 6
The San Jose Barracuda (1-1) allowed four first-period goals and failed to comeback, falling 6-4 to the Stockton Heat (1-1) on Sunday night at SAP Center, evening the best-of-five series at 1-1.
After getting shutout in game one, Mark Jankowski (1) netted Stockton's first Calder Cup playoff goal in team history as the AHL All-Rookie teamer slid a puck through Troy Grosenick's five-hole just a minute and 30 seconds into the first. At 12:22, Austin Carroll (1) made it 2-0 Heat as he received a tape-to-tape pass in the low slot and ripped the puck far side past Grosenick. Linden Vey (1) pushed Stockton's lead to 3-0 on the power play at 16:23 as the veteran forward snuck a shot short side on a screened Grosenick. Garnet Hathaway (1) completed the four-goal period as he jetted down the right wing and got beyond the San Jose defense before finishing off the breakaway with a backhand-to-forehand move at 17:07.
In the second, the Barracuda stormed back with three unanswered goals. Joakim Ryan (1) potted San Jose's first of the game on the power play at 6:12 as he went low short side. John McCarthy (1) cut the lead in half with a wrist shot from the slot that snuck under Jon Gillies arm at 7:31 and Ryan ended Gillies night with his second of the game at 11:02 on a two-on-one. After three unanswered goals by the Barracuda, Stockton's Mark Shinkaruk (1) pushed the Heat's lead back to two at 17:43 of the second as he fired a shot far side at 18:55 as he skated down the right wing.
Buddy Robinson (1) made it a one-goal game at 16:19 of the third on a shorthanded breakaway tally, but Vey sealed the series-tying win with an empty-netter at 18:55.
Grosenick (1-1) took the loss after allowing five goals on 19 shots, while David Rittich (1-0) earned the win after making 10 saves on 11 shots in 28 minutes and 49 seconds of relief. Gillies played 31 minutes and two seconds before being pulled after allowing three goals on 20 shots.
ROUND 1 Playoff Schedule
Game #1: Friday, April 21, 2017 (7 p.m.) - SAP Center SJ 4, STK 0
Game #2: Sunday, April 23, 2017 (3 p.m.) - SAP Center SJ 4, STK 6
Game #3: Friday, April 28, 2017 (7 p.m.) - Stockton Arena LISTEN | WATCH
Game #4: Sunday, April 30, 2017 (4 p.m.) - Stockton Arena LISTEN | WATCH
Game #5: Tuesday, May 2, 2017 (7 p.m.) - SAP Center LISTEN | WATCH
Regular Season Head-to-Head
Overall record vs. Stockon: 7-5-0-0
at SAP Center: 4-2-0-0
at Stockton Arena: 3-3-0-0
PP vs. Stockton: (12/58) 20.7%
PK vs. Stockton: (44/52) 84.6%
San Jose’s regular season leading scorers vs. Stockton
Tim Heed: 10 GP 2+10=12
Daniel O’Regan: 11 GP 5+6=11
Joakim Ryan: 11 GP 2+9=11
Stockton’s regular season leading scorers vs. San Jose
Mark Jankowski: 12 GP 7+7=14
Hunter Shinkaruk: 11 GP 5+4=9
Andrew Mangiapane: 12 GP 2+6=8