Heat Announce First Minor League Outdoor Game in California

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce that the Friday, December 18, 2015 contest between the Bakersfield Condors will be played outdoors at Raley Field in Sacramento, California.

The game will be part of the Golden State Hockey Rush event put together by the RS Ice Sports & Entertainment group in conjunction with Raley Field and Entercom Communications that goes from November 20 to January 3.  The event includes minor hockey tournaments in conjunction with California Amateur Hockey Association, sledge hockey games, an interactive hockey zone, oversized ice slide for sledding, public skating, a New Year’s Eve Concert and much more.

“We are very thrilled to be operating in Stockton, and to be part of the first AHL outdoor game in California,” Calgary Flames President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke said.  “The fan response to the new team and league exceeded our expectations this off-season.  With the unique stage of an outdoor game and a big-time rival as an opponent, we need our loyal fan base to provide the team with a tremendous atmosphere at Raley Field.”

This event marks the first time since December 30, 2013 that an AHL regular season game will be played in the open air and the first time a minor league hockey game will be played west of Detroit, Michigan.  It’s also the third time a Calgary Sports and Entertainment owned team will play outdoors following the Calgary Flames and Calgary Hitmen who both took to the elements in February 2011.

“This event continues to validate just how much hockey has grown in California,” Heat Team President Dave Piecuch said.  “With eight professional hockey teams calling California home and a growing population of youth hockey players developing across local rinks, we felt that this was a great opportunity to help showcase to the hockey community that the sport is alive and well not only in Stockton but all across the state!”

Heat season ticket holders will receive a ticket to the outdoor game while mini-plan holders can opt in for the game for an additional fee.  Mini-plan holders also have the option to upgrade their ticket package to a full season and receive the outdoor game at no additional cost.

Single game tickets for this game start as low as $20 and will be available to the general public through Ticketmaster beginning on Saturday, September 5 through www.raleyfield.com.

Should there be a rain out on the December 18 game date; a makeup game will be played on December 19.

Learn more about the game by visiting StocktonHeat.com.

The inaugural schedule has just been announced!  Don’t miss the great promotions like Opening Night, Hot Pink 1, the Golden State Hockey Rush outdoor game and all the great giveaways by calling 209.373.1500 to order your season tickets now!

Heat Announce Inaugural Schedule

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce the team’s inaugural AHL schedule for the 2015-16 season. The team’s first-ever AHL game pits the Heat against the Chicago Blackhawks’ affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs, on October 10 at Stockton Arena.

Part of the new Pacific Division, the Heat will play the California based teams, Bakersfield, Ontario, San Diego and San Jose a total of 12 times each, while taking on the “Lonestar State” teams, San Antonio and Texas, a total of six times each.

The Heat will face three teams outside of the Pacific Division including Rockford, Iowa and Manitoba.  Stockton has three separate occasions in which they will play four games at home, their longest homestand of the season.  The longest the Heat will be away from Stockton Arena is a five-game road trip in March.  In fact, the team’s busiest month of the season will be March when the Heat play 13 games.

Promotions that fans know and love will return during the Heat’s inaugural season. Hot Pink 1 presented by Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center kicks off on November 6 and carries through November 7.  The ice will be pink, players will sport pink jerseys and event proceeds will benefit St. Joseph’s Foundation – Breast Health Services.

We Paint the Ice Night also returns during the first-ever Saturday matinee game on January 2.  Fans can start collecting their stuffed animals for Teddy Bear Toss, which returns to Stockton Arena on January 23.  The environmentally-friendly Covanta Easy Being Green event will take place on April 9 and 10, and the final home game of the season on April 16 will be a chance for fans to thank all those who have served or who are currently serving our country during Military Appreciation Night.

Popular giveaways are also set to come back with three separate nights that children 12-years-old and younger will receive a Stockton Heat replica jersey (Nov. 21, Jan. 30 & Feb. 28).  Adults 18-years and older aren’t forgotten either, with a t-shirt giveaway on December 5 and a jersey giveaway of their own on March 12.

Other great giveaway items include additional bobblehead nights than in previous seasons, an equipment bag and a Heat lunchbox!

Stay tuned to StocktonHeat.com for a complete list of current promotions and giveaways.  Promotions, times and dates are subject to change without notice.

Just $380 is all it takes to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action with Full Season Tickets.  Can’t make the full season commitment? There are multiple mini-plan packages available to fit into any schedule and they start at just $60 for six Heat home games.

Learn more by calling 209.373.1500 and speak with one of our Account Executives or visit StocktonHeat.com for more information.

Heat to Hold Meet & Greet September 4

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce a meet and greet event open to the public beginning at the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel on Friday, September 4 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and finishing at Stockton Arena.

Members of the public have a chance to hear from and meet the Calgary Flames brass including President of Hockey Operations Brian Burke, Assistant General Manager Brad Pascall, Heat President Dave Piecuch and Heat Head Coach Ryan Huska.

A “State of the Team” will be given along with a question and answer segment where fans have the opportunity to ask their own questions.

Following the speaking, Heat supporters will have the opportunity to head to Stockton Arena and get a look at the new, upgraded and enlarged dressing room and training facility.  Fans will also get their first chance to purchase new Heat merchandise at the Fan Attic.

Behind the Bench: Coach Gouthro

By Dustin Cowell

We conclude our “Behind the Bench” series with a look at the youngest member of our hockey operations staff in goaltending coach Scott Gouthro.

Gouthro, 34, is entering his second season as the goaltending coach with the Calgary Flames AHL affiliate and already has an extensive coaching resume at a very young age.

Prior to his first season coaching professional goaltenders in 2014-15, Gouthro guided netminders in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) with the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles for nine seasons.

Coach Gouthro started as a goalie coach with Cape Breton when he was only 24.

Coach Gouthro started as a goalie coach with Cape Breton when he was only 24-years-old.

He was just 24-years-old when he took on the role with Cape Breton and coached the likes of current Winnipeg Jets goaltender Ondrej Pavelec right out of the gate.

Other tenders that Gouthro coached in Cape Breton should be familiar to Stockton hockey fans! A couple of his former pupils include Stockton Thunder alums Olivier Roy and Philippe Trudeau.

Gouthro also served as the video coach in Cape Breton and utilized his knowledge in video editing to better assist the goalies in their craft. Video review has become a necessity for elite athletes in all sports and Gouthro has the wherewithal to use his knowledge in video editing to help his goalies on a regular basis.

He has also worked with Canada’s sledge hockey team that participated in the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia, as well as spent time as an instructor at the prestigious Hockey Canada Program of Excellence goaltending camp.

Gouthro provides instruction to his two sledge hockey goalies.

Gouthro provides instruction to his two sledge hockey goalies during the run-up to the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi.

The Hockey Canada Program of Excellence goaltending camp has produced some of the top young NHL goaltending prospects since it’s inception in 2006, including current Calgary Flames prospect and 2014 second-round pick Mason McDonald.

During his playing career, Gouthro stayed fairly close to his hometown of North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada.

He played college hockey at Dalhousie University, one of the most respected universities in Canada that has produced three Canadian Prime Ministers.

Gouthro then spent a year in major juniors playing for the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, alongside current Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, before starring with the Halifax Oland Exports of the Maritime Junior A Hockey League (MJAHL).

With Halifax, Gouthro put up career highs in every major goaltending category and went on to win the honor of Top Goalie at the 2002 Royal Bank Cup.

Gouthro cut his professional playing career short following a brief stint in the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) with the Winston-Salem Polar Twins in the 2004-05 season.

Gouthro helped Team Canada to a Bronze medal in Sochi.

Gouthro helped Team Canada to a Bronze medal in Sochi.

From there, he went back to Cape Breton, began his coaching career and the rest is, as they say, history.

In his first year of coaching professional netminders, Gouthro had the pleasure of working with one of the top goaltending prospects in the world in Joni Ortio.

Ortio was having a great year in Adirondack before being sidelined with an injury late in the season and made the most of his NHL opportunities, making saves like this one.

Ortio’s development into an NHL caliber goaltender over the past year is a testament to Gouthro’s ability to add dimensions to a goaltender’s game.

Gouthro will certainly be an asset on the Heat bench this season as he continues to develop young players at the most important position in hockey – between the pipes.

Behind the Bench: Coach Pittis

By Dustin Cowell

Next up in our “Behind the Bench” series focusing on our hockey operations staff traveling to Stockton to lead the Heat this upcoming season is Assistant Coach Domenic Pittis.


Coach Pittis posted excellent numbers in his AHL career with the Syracuse Crunch, Rochester Americans and Milwaukee Admirals.

Coach Pittis posted excellent numbers in his AHL career with the Syracuse Crunch, Rochester Americans and Milwaukee Admirals.

Pittis is a Calgary, Alberta, Canada native that has a professional playing career that spanned nearly two decades and two continents. Initially drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the second round (#52 overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft, Pittis played 86 games in the NHL during his time in North America with the Penguins, Buffalo Sabres, Edmonton Oilers and Nashville Predators along with three Stanley Cup Playoffs games with Edmonton during the 2000-01 campaign.

The new Heat assistant was also extremely successful in the AHL, averaging well over a point-per-game during his AHL career.  In total, Pittis registered 342 points (109 goals, 233 assists) across 309 games during his five stints in the league. He twice won an individual award in the AHL, once for most points (104) during the regular season in 1998-99 and once for most assists (57) during the regular season in 2003-04. Pittis

Following his 2003-04 campaign that he split between the Sabres and Rochester Americans, Pittis traveled to Switzerland to join the Kloten Flyers of the National League A (NLA), the top league in Switzerland.

Pittis spent the majority of his nine years in Switzerland with the Flyers and the ZSC Lions. Overall he played 348 games, scored 315 points (106 goals, 209 assists) and won two NLA Championships with ZSC in 2007-08, scoring the championship-clinching goal, and winning again in 2011-12.

ZSC Lions' players celebrate with the trophy after defeating SC Bern (SCB).  Pittis is located in the first row, second from the right.  Calgary Flames current Head Coach Bob Hartley can be seen in the suit located just behind the new Stockton Heat assistant.

ZSC Lions’ players celebrate with the trophy after defeating SC Bern (SCB). Pittis is located in the first row, second from the right. Calgary Flames current Head Coach Bob Hartley can be seen in the suit located just behind the new Stockton Heat assistant.

When he retired from the game after the 2012-13 season, his old coach with the ZSC Lions, Bob Hartley, brought him on to his Calgary Flames staff as the Skills and Development Coach for the 2013-14 season.

For the past two years in Calgary, Pittis began his coaching career working with Calgary’s abundance of young talent – Johnny Gaudreau, Sean Monahan, Lance Bouma, Sam Bennett, and Josh Jooris to name a few – as they develop into full-time NHL stars.

Pittis surely had a major role in the Flames surprising run in the 2014-15 playoffs. Prior to the season, Calgary wasn’t projected by many to even be a playoff contender in the always cutthroat Western Conference. Yet, the flourishing young talent led the Flames to their first playoff birth since 2008-09 and they became one of those teams that you just don’t want to run into for a seven-game series.

Exciting times are ahead for Pittis, who is now set to become an Assistant Coach for the first time in his young career here in Stockton where he will assist in the development of Calgary’s young talent at the AHL level.

The 40-year-old is really just getting going in his coaching career, but his resume is already an impressive one.

 

Behind the Bench: Coach Gill

By Dustin Cowell

In the second installment of our “Behind the Bench” series focusing on our hockey operations staff traveling to Stockton to lead the Heat this upcoming season, we turn our attention to Assistant Coach Todd Gill.


Todd Gill captained the San Jose Sharks from 1996-1998

Todd Gill captained the San Jose Sharks from 1996-1998

If the name Todd Gill doesn’t sound familiar to you as a California hockey fan, it should. Gill captained the San Jose Sharks for two seasons from 1996-1998 and was one of the pound-for-pound toughest guys in the NHL during his 19-year career.

Originally drafted by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1984, Gill played 1007 career games in the NHL and amassed 354 points (82 goals, 272 assists) to go along with 1,214 penalty minutes.

He wasn’t the biggest guy in the league, but he feared nobody. At 6’0”, 185 lbs. Gill took on some of the league’s best heavyweights from Brad May to Marty McSorley to Andrei Nazarov.

In fact, you’d be hard pressed to find a fight in which Gill had the size advantage or even wasn’t at a massive size disadvantage. He even took on arguably the greatest Calgary Flames player ever in Jarome Iginla in a spirited scrap back in 2001.

While his playing career was certainly an impressive one, Gill is now building an extraordinary coaching career as a follow up. While he remains a “cult hero” so-to-speak in Toronto for his 12-years spent with the Maple Leaf on his chest, Gill is beginning to plant roots within the “C of Red” entering his second year with the Flames organization.

Todd Gill made the playoffs twice as the head coach of the Ontario Hockey League's Kingston Frontenacs.

Todd Gill made the playoffs twice as the head coach of the Ontario Hockey League’s Kingston Frontenacs.

Gill arrives in Stockton following his rookie season as an AHL Assistant Coach with the Adirondack Flames. He was hired in Adirondack following his three-year stint as Head Coach of the Kingston Frontenacs in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) where he coached the Calgary Flames’ 4th-overall pick in 2014 Sam Bennett among others.

In 2013-14, Gill led Kingston to their most wins (39) since the 1989-90 season and their second OHL playoffs appearance during his tenure.

Prior to his time in Kingston, Gill spent five years as Owner, General Manager and Head Coach of the Brockville Braves in the Central Junior Hockey League (CJHL), the league that is a level below the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).

Gill led the Braves to a 198-81-22 record over those five seasons and won the Fred Page Cup as the Eastern Canadian Junior ‘A’ champions in 2010. He also represented Team Canada U-18 as an Assistant Coach at the World Juniors Championship in 2012 and helped lead Canada to a bronze medal.

Gill’s primary duties in Stockton will likely resemble his duties in Adirondack as the defensive coach. When it comes to developing the defensive side of the game, what better leader could there be than a guy that played over 1,000 games in the NHL and knows what it takes to not only earn the call-up, but also stay there for nearly two decades?

Heat Announce Preseason Games

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, announce two preseason games in October including an away game in San Jose and home game against Bakersfield.

The Heat will have their first tune-up game against the San Jose Barracuda on Thursday, October 1 at Sharks Ice in San Jose kicking off at 7:30 p.m.

The following day on Friday, October 2, the Heat will host the Bakersfield Condors at Stockton Arena for a 7:30 p.m. faceoff.  Tickets for this game will be available at a later date this summer.

The AHL regular season begins on October 9 with the Heat’s home opener getting underway on October 10.

A special ticket package is available now giving fans a ticket for the Home Opener along with tickets for five other regular season home games.

Packages range from $60 per seat to $105 per seat based on seating location and can be purchased over the phone by calling 209.373.1500.  Full season tickets and mini-plans are also available; learn more by speaking with one of our Account Executives on other available plans that fit into any schedule.

Behind the Bench: Coach Huska

By Dustin Cowell

As we enter our inaugural season of AHL hockey here in Stockton, we thought it would be a good idea to take a deeper look at the hockey operations staff traveling West from Glens Falls and give the fans an idea of just who will be running the hockey side of things both behind the bench and in the dressing room.


We start our series with, of course, the Head Coach Ryan Huska.

Ryan Huska began his coaching career in Kelowna where he coached as an assistant for five seasons before becoming the head man for the next seven seasons.

Ryan Huska began his coaching career in Kelowna where he coached as an assistant for five seasons before becoming the head man for the next seven seasons.

Huska is coming off of his rookie season as an AHL Head Coach, in which he led the Adirondack Flames to a 35-33-8 record. Under Huska, the Flames were the sixth-highest scoring team in the entire league, scoring 3.07 goals per game, and their power play converted at a 19.5-percent clip, good for fourth-best in the AHL.

While some key injuries and a rough final stretch of the season held Adirondack out of postseason play, the young Head Coach is no stranger to playoff hockey as evidenced by his coaching and playing resume in juniors.

Huska has won four Memorial Cups; the award earned by the best major junior team across all three major junior leagues in the Canadian Hockey League (CHL). Those three leagues are the Western Hockey League (WHL), the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL).

The Memorial Cup is considered by many to be one of the toughest trophies in all of sports to earn. First, the team goes through a grueling regular season and makes the playoffs within their respective league. Said team then must make it out of their league playoffs as champion to advance to the Memorial Cup. Finally, the winners of each league, along with a host team determined prior to the season, compete in a four team, round-robin tournament to determine the best team in the CHL for that year.

Western Hockey League President Ed Chynoweth awards the President's Cup to Jarrett Deuling while Darcy Tucker, Ryan Huska (second from right) and Scott Ferguson celebrate

Western Hockey League President Ed Chynoweth awards the President’s Cup to Jarrett Deuling while Darcy Tucker, Ryan Huska (second from right) and Scott Ferguson celebrate

With that said, it’s truly incredible that Huska has hoisted the trophy four times in his career, three times as a player and once as an assistant coach. His three Memorial Cups as a player with the Kamloops Blazers is tied for the most all-time for any one player.

As far as his coaching resume is concerned, Huska comes from an impressive lineage of leaders. Whether it’s coaches that he’s played under or players that he’s played with, the level of leadership that has surrounded Huska throughout his career has undoubtedly shaped his flourishing career as a Head Coach himself.

Don Hay, his coach in Kamloops, has won more Memorial Cups (3) than any other Head Coach in history and is the second-winningest coach in WHL history.

Bob Ferguson, Huska’s Head Coach with the Indianapolis Ice of the former International Hockey League (IHL), coached Huska for three years from 1995-1998. Ferguson has nearly 40 years of hockey operations experience and Huska will see him again soon, seeing as Ferguson is now the General Manager of the AHL’s San Diego Gulls.

Huska has also played with some of the greatest players and leaders in NHL history. Names like Jarome Iginla, Shane Doan and Darryl Sydor among others appear on roster sheets with Huska throughout his junior career in Kamloops.

Current Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn was coached by Huska in Kelowna during his first two seasons as a head coach.  In Huska's second season, the pair helped the team to a WHL Championship.

Current Dallas Stars forward Jamie Benn was coached by Huska in Kelowna during his first two seasons as a head coach. In Huska’s second season, the pair helped the team to a WHL Championship.

All of this experience throughout his career has led to Huska getting his shot at the AHL level within the Flames organization.

The Flames hired Huska after he spent seven years as the Head Coach of the WHL’s Kelowna Rockets and an additional five years prior to that as an assistant in Kelowna.

His final year with Kelowna in 2013-14, Huska led the Rockets to a team-record 57 wins and a birth in the WHL playoffs.

During his 12 years on staff with the Kelowna Rockets, Huska coached some of the current greats like Jamie Benn, Shea Weber and three-time Stanley Cup winner and the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as the Most Valuable Player in the 2014-15 NHL playoffs Duncan Keith.

With a resume like that, who’s to say the next Benn or Weber or Keith isn’t under Huska’s tutelage right here in Stockton come October.

Heat Sign Three to AHL Deals

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the NHL’s Calgary Flames, sign forward Mitchell Heard, defenseman Dustin Stevenson and goaltender Kent Simpson to AHL contracts.

Heard, 23, was originally selected in the second round, 41st overall by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.  The forward from Bowmanville, Ontario is entering his fourth season as a pro after playing for the Lake Erie Monsters for the last three seasons and a brief stint with the ECHL’s Fort Wayne Komets last year.

In 2014-15, Heard matched his career AHL high in points with 12 in 12-fewer games while also adding 16 points in 12 regular season contests with Fort Wayne before adding 9 points in the Komets’ playoff run.

MITCHELL HEARD (C)
BORN: Bowmanville, ON        DATE: March 12, 1992
HEIGHT: 6’0”                           WEIGHT: 181 lbs.
SHOOTS: Left
HOW ACQUIRED:  Signed an AHL deal with the Stockton Heat on July 15, 2015

Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM
2009-10 Plymouth OHL 16 2 1 3 4 0
2010-11 Plymouth OHL 66 19 29 48 67 4 11 1 2 3 10
2011-12 Plymouth OHL 57 29 28 57 111 6 13 4 7 11 26
2012-13 Plymouth OHL 32 17 19 36 34 14 14 8 5 13 37
Lake Erie AHL 23 1 3 4 72 -5
2013-14 Lake Erie AHL 63 4 8 12 167 1
2014-15 Lake Erie AHL 51 6 6 12 137 -16
Fort Wayne ECHL 12 10 6 16 15 7 10 3 6 9 22
TOTALS AHL 137 11 17 28 376 -20
  ECHL 12 10 6 16 15 7 10 3 6 9 22
  OHL 171 67 77 144 216 24 38 13 14 27 73

Stevenson, 25, turned pro in 2010-11 playing three years exclusively in the ECHL with the South Carolina Stingrays and Reading Royals before signing a two-way, AHL/ECHL deal with the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins in 2013-14.  The 6’5”, 220lb. defenseman was part of the Reading Royals team that edged out the Stockton Thunder for the Kelly Cup in 2012-13.

The Gull Lake, Saskatchewan native spent his first full season in the AHL last year with the Adirondack Flames, scoring 3 goals and adding 8 assists in 45 games, including his first AHL goal which came on October 17 in a game against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

DUSTIN STEVENSON (D)
BORN: Gull Lake, SK               DATE: August 12, 1989
HEIGHT: 6’5”                           WEIGHT: 220 lbs.
SHOOTS: Left
HOW ACQUIRED:  Signed an AHL deal with the Stockton Heat on July 15, 2015

Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM
2010-11 South Carolina ECHL 63 3 9 12 44 -16
2011-12 South Carolina ECHL 72 0 7 7 113 4 9 1 2 3 6
2012-13 Reading Royals ECHL 65 0 10 10 103 14 22 1 8 9 14
2013-14 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton AHL 7 0 0 0 7 -1
Wheeling Nailers ECHL 57 5 21 26 115 23 10 1 3 4 12
2014-15 Adirondack Flames AHL 45 3 8 11 94 5
  TOTALS AHL 52 3 8 11 101 4
    ECHL 257 8 47 55 375 25 41 3 13 16 32

Simpson, 23, should be a familiar name to Stockton fans after being traded from the Chicago organization to the New York Islanders organization and spending most of his 2014-15 season as a member of the Stockton Thunder.

Originally drafted in the second round, 58th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks, Simpson has played most of his professional games in the AHL and ECHL but made his NHL debut on December 14, 2013 for Chicago.

KENT SIMPSON (G)
BORN: Edmonton, AB             DATE: March 26, 1992
HEIGHT: 6’3”                           WEIGHT: 185 lbs.
CATCHES: Left
HOW ACQUIRED:  Signed an AHL deal with the Stockton Heat on July 15, 2015

Season Team Lge GP Min GA EN SO GAA W L T Svs Pct
2007-08 Everett WHL 1 29 1 0 0 2.07 0 0 0 19 .950
2008-09 Everett WHL 27 1451 93 4 1 3.85 8 11 4 768 .892
2009-10 Everett WHL 34 1938 73 3 1 2.26 22 9 1 906 .925
2010-11 Everett WHL 53 3132 145 6 2 2.78 21 20 9 1579 .916
2011-12 Everett WHL 60 3481 193 5 2 3.33 20 31 7 1935 .909
Rockford AHL 1 63 3 0 0 2.85 0 0 1 38 .927
2012-13 Toledo ECHL 41 2387 94 5 2 2.36 20 14 5 977 .912
2013-14 Rockford AHL 31 1615 98 5 0 3.64 11 14 1 801 .891
Chicago NHL 1 20 2 0 0 6.00 0 0 0 5 .714
2014-15 Colorado ECHL 3 178 11 1 0 3.71 1 2 0 103 .904
Stockton ECHL 26 1468 82 5 0 3.35 7 17 1 731 .899
Bridgeport AHL 4 207 9 2 0 2.61 1 3 0 81 .900
TOTALS NHL 1 20 2 0 0 6.00 0 0 0 5 .714
  AHL 36 1885 110 7 0 3.50 12 17 2 920 .893
  ECHL 70 4033 187 11 2 2.78 28 33 6 1811 .906
  WHL 175 10031 505 18 6 3.02 71 71 21 5207 .912

Just $380 is all it takes to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action with Full Season Tickets.  Can’t make the full season commitment? There are multiple mini-plan packages available to fit into any schedule and they start at just $60 for six Heat home games.

Learn more by calling 209.373.1500 and speak with one of our Account Executives or visit StocktonHeat.com for more information.