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Game #38 – Condors at Roadrunners

Game #38 – Condors at Roadrunners

Game #38 – Bakersfield Condors at Tucson Roadrunners

7:00 p.m. MST, Tucson Arena, Tucson, Arizona

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Referees: Stephen Reneau (34) Jack Young (24)

Linespersons: Jake Herzog (48) Anthony Caruso (54)

The Roadrunners return from the road to open a six-game home stand at the Tucson Arena beginning Friday, January 20, against the Bakersfield Condors. Tucson is facing off with the AHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers for the fourth time this season, after they last met less than a week ago on Saturday, January 14, a 4-3 Roadrunners shootout win. Friday’s series opener represents the first El Lazo de Tucson Night of the season, with the Roadrunners debuting new El Lazo alternate jerseys and Mascot Dusty appearing as “El Polvo” for the game. In addition, the Roadrunners will be hosting a pregame Hockey 101 Session of Roadrunners Rules for fans that are new to the game of hockey. For more information on El Lazo and the all-new Dusty’s Cheering Section, click HERE.

Three Things
1) The Roadrunners are undefeated against Bakersfield through three matchups this season, outscoring the Condors 14-9 across the trio of wins. Their first two meetings took place at the Tucson Arena as part of the Roadrunners opening weekend on October 22 and 23, with Tucson earning back-to-back 5-3 wins. Their latest tilt came on January 14, when the Roadrunners overcame first-period deficits of 2-0 and 3-1 to earn a 4-3 shootout victory at the Mechanics Bank Arena in Bakersfield. Tucson’s three-game win streak over the Condors is tied with identical streaks against the San Jose Barracuda and San Diego for the most consecutive wins against an opponent to begin this season.

2) Tucson forward Laurent Dauphin leads the team in scoring against the Condors this season, with six points (5g 1a) over the three meetings with Bakersfield. This includes Dauphin’s hat trick the last time the Condors were in Tucson on Saturday, October 23. His five goals scored are the second-most by a Roadrunners skater against a single opponent on the year, trailing only Mike Carcone and his seven goals against the Coachella Valley Firebirds in as many contests. Dauphin also scored the third-period equalizer on January 14 against the Condors to send the contest to overtime before an eventual shootout win…

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