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The Stockton Heat have announced the breakdown of their schedule for the 2017-18 season playing 56 games against Pacific Division rivals and four teams from the Central Division including a new opponent in the Cleveland Monsters.
Heat Mini Plans are available now with even more added value thanks to Dick’s Sporting Goods, Rita’s Italian Ice and Frozen Custard and Zoom Car Wash along with Flex Packages that work on any schedule!
For an incredible second season that saw the Heat go to the postseason for the first time, the first sellout in team history and had many memories made!
The Heat got 52 saves from Jon Gillies and David Rittich in the decisive Game 5 against San Jose, and got a big goal from Jamie Devane, but a shorthanded goal by Ryan Carpenter in overtime would give San Jose the series.
It’s a do or die Game 5 between the Heat and Barracuda tonight from Santa Clara Street in Downtown San Jose. Puck drops at 7PM with the Official Watch Party at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel kicking off at 6PM!
Junior standout for the Kelowna Rockets, Dillon Dube, has been added to the Heat roster on an Amateur Tryout contract. Dube, a second round pick of the Flames during the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, had 55 points in 40 WHL games and added 21 points in 16 playoff games with the Rockets this season.
The Calgary Flames have signed General Manager Brad Treliving to a multi-year contract extension. Treliving was on hand in Stockton to announce the American Hockey League’s Pacific Division back on January 29, 2015.
The Heat force Game 5 on Tuesday after trailing twice in the contest thanks to a trio of goals in the third courtesy of Andrew Mangiapane and Linden Vey.
The Heat host San Jose for Game 4 tonight at Stockton Arena at 4:00 p.m. with a do or die mentality as the Barracuda lead the best of five series 2-1.