Mar 24, 2021

Bakersfield, Ca – The San Jose Barracuda (6-6-4-1) managed to score its first opening-period goal this season against the Condors (11-6-0-1) (Edmonton Oilers) on Wednesday night at the Mechanics Bank Arena but Bakersfield found a way to pick up the win in a shootout, 4-3.

Stuart Skinner (10-2-0-1) made 31 saves to earn his AHL-best 11th win on the year and is now 5-0 against the Barracuda this year and 10-1 lifetime

Sam Harvey (1-2-0-0), in his first game action since Feb. 13, took the hard-luck shootout loss, turning aside 37 shots

Joachim Blichfeld scored his 10th goal of the year to force overtime and now ranks second in the AHL in goals

Stefan Noesen (1) scored his first goal this season in his seventh game and his first goal in the AHL since Nov. of 2019 as a member of the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins

Noah Gregor (2) netted his second of the season and his first in his last six

• After the win, Bakersfield is now 9-0-0-1 over its last 10 home games, the longest home point streak in the AHL this season

• After the loss, the Barracuda are now 1-2-2-1 against the Condors and 0-5 on the season when the game goes beyond 60 minutes

• Bakersfield’s Cooper Marody extended his point streak to 14 games (13+9=22) and his home point streak to 10 games (15) with a second-period assist

• Condors forward Tyler Benson (6) extended his home point streak (17) to 10 games and his overall point streak to four games with a second-period goal

• Bakersfield’s Adam Cracknell picked up three assists in the win and now has 15 points over his last 13 games

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