Texas Stars @ Ontario Reign (Tuesday) / Stockton Thunder @ Ontario Reign (Friday) / Ontario Reign @ Bakersfield Condors (Saturday)
Days: Tuesday, Friday, Saturday (CBBA) and Sunday (Rabobank Arena)
Times: 7 p.m. Pacific (Tuesday), 7 p.m. (Friday), 7 p.m. (Saturday)
Watch: AHL Live
Ontario Reign Lines
9 Kempe - 10 Army - 16 Backman
39 Auger - 26 Dowd - 12 Brodzinski
18 Samuels-Thomas - 21 Crescenzi - 7 Zykov
28 Lowry - 24 Horvat - 15 Bissonnette
8 Leslie - 5 LoVerde
3 Forbort - 4 Gravel
55 Schultz - 33 Raine
- Ontario will benefit from the returns of Adrian Kempe and Derek Forbort this weekend.
- The Reign have been struggling to score, something that was expected with Michael Mersch's recall. But they busted out in a big way last night, putting up a six-spot on Stockton. Will the goal times keep rolling tonight against Bakersfield?
Bakersfield Condors Lines
- It's our first look in a while at the much-maligned Zach Kassian!
- Eetu Laurikainen will start his first game since mid-October.
Stockton Heat Lines
Texas Stars Lines
(based on last game)
16 McKenzie - 23 Morin - 19 Ranford
10 Elie - 9 Dowling - 20 Ritchie
24 Hulak - 38 Dickinson - 27 Rallo
14 Smith - 28 Stransky
3 Lindell - 6 Honka
17 Bystrom - 4 Johns
5 Backman - 22 Evans
- Rookie Devin Shore, who had been tied for second in the AHL in goals, underwent season-ending shoulder surgery just before Christmas.
- Like their NHL counterpart, Texas scores a lot, tallying an AHL-best 139 goals. But, as mentioned above, have had some issues in the goals-against area.