Flames and Heat Announce Roster Changes

Stockton, Calif. – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the Calgary Flames, announce that goaltender Karri Ramo has been reassigned to the Calgary Flames.  In addition, the Heat have also recalled goalie Kent Simpson along with forward Ryan Lomberg from the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL.

Ramo, 29, was signed as a free agent on July 1, 2015 and is playing his third year for the Flames. Ramo played 34 games for Calgary last year where he had a 15-9-3 record and recorded a 2.60 GAA and a .912 SV%. The Finnish netminder also featured in seven postseason games where he went 2-3 with a 2.86 GAA and a .906 SV%.  He played 20 minutes for the Heat last Saturday against the San Antonio Rampage stopping all six shots he faced.

Simpson, 23, played two games for the Thunder during his assignment to the ECHL helping the team win both games he played in.  The Edmonton, Alberta native stopped all but four of the 62 shots he faced en route to his first two victories in his first two games of the 2015-16 season.

Lomberg, 20, began his first season pro with the Thunder, scoring 4 goals and adding an assist in the five games he played for Adirondack.  At the time of his recall, Lomberg ranked tied-third on the team in points with five and led the team in shots with 21.

The Heat play in San Diego Friday and Saturday, October 30 and 31 before heading home for Hot Pink 1 on November 6 and 7.  Event proceeds of Hot Pink 1 are donated to St. Joseph’s Foundation – Breast Health Services.  For tickets call 209.373.1500 or visit StocktonHeat.com.

Flames Assign Nakladal to Stockton

Calgary, AB – The Calgary Flames announced today that they have assigned defenseman Jakub Nakladal to their AHL affiliate, the Stockton Heat.

Nakladal, who signed with the Flames as a free agent last May, has played two games with the Stockton Heat where he registered three assists.


BORN: Pardubice, CZE                 DATE: December 30, 1987
HEIGHT: 6’2”                                  WEIGHT: 212 lbs.
ACQUIRED: Signed as a free agent on May 19, 2015

Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM +/- GP G A Pts PIM
2006-07 Pardubice HC Czech 1 0 0 0 0 0
2007-08 Pardubice HC Czech 14 1 2 3 20 2
2008-09 Pardubice HC Czech 44 2 7 9 38 4
2009-10 Pardubice HC Czech 45 6 9 15 58 16 13 1 3 4 26
2010-11 Pardubice HC Czech 45 5 6 11 32 0 9 1 2 3 18
2011-12 Pardubice HC Czech 12 2 3 5 4 1
2011-12 Ufa Salavat Yulayev KHL 32 1 7 8 30 5
2012-13 Moscow Spartak KHL 37 0 4 4 26 -4
2012-13 Prague Lev KHL 14 1 4 5 8 -2 4 0 0 0 2
2013-14 Prague Lev KHL 34 0 3 3 26 0 21 0 3 3 14
2014-15 TPS Turku SM-liiga 50 3 12 15 63 -5
2015-16 Stockton Heat AHL 2 0 3 3 0 2
  TOTALS AHL 2 0 3 3 0 2
    KHL 117 2 18 20 90 -1 25 0 3 3 16

Meet the Heat – Aaron Johnson

With the season underway fans are finally getting the chance to see the players on the ice doing what they do best. Still though, some of the guys might be unfamiliar to fans, so we want to continue our Meet the Heat segment and keep putting names to faces for you, the fans.

It’s been a long enough wait now, so let’s go ahead and feature the guy wearing the ‘C’ on his sweater, defenseman Aaron Johnson.

Aaron Johnson was named the first ever captain of the Stockton Heat. This is the third consecutive season he's served as a team captain. (PHOTO BY ASVITT PHOTOGRAPHY)

Aaron Johnson was named the first ever captain of the Stockton Heat. This is the third consecutive season he’s served as a team captain. (PHOTO BY ASVITT PHOTOGRAPHY)

Johnson joined the Heat during this past summer following back-to-back career seasons in the AHL with the Binghamton Senators and the Hartford Wolf Pack respectively.

During the 2014-15 season with Binghamton, Johnson scored 35 points in 73 games, while he registered career-highs in both assists (36) and points (40) in 2013-14 with Hartford in 75 games.

A veteran of over 400 career AHL games, Johnson brings a lengthy resume to Stockton that includes 186 points, as well as three stints in the playoffs that amount to 26 playoff games played.

The 32-year-old Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia native has also played in 291 NHL games across his 13 years as a pro hockey player.

Johnson has amassed 62 points in his NHL career and has played for six different NHL teams.

Arguably his best season came in 2009-10 when Johnson scored 10 points (4-6-10) in 41 combined games split between the Calgary Flames and the Edmonton Oilers.

The story of how he played for both Calgary and Edmonton in the same season is rather interesting as well because he was a part of the first-ever direct trade between the rival franchises when he was traded along with a draft pick from Calgary to Edmonton in exchange for defenseman Steve Staios.

The former third-round pick of the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2001 also had quite the junior career before beginning his pro career, spending four seasons in the QMJHL with Rimouski Oceanic and the Quebec Remparts respectively.

He played in 250 games and scored 195 points during his junior career and won a Memorial Cup in the 1999-00 season with Rimouski Oceanic.

After being named the captain of the Stockton Heat following the two preseason contests, Johnson has played in two games and has an assist thus far in the 2015-16 campaign.

The veteran defenseman has one of the biggest shots on the Heat blueline and continues to impress with not just his leadership qualities, but his prowess on the ice as well.

You’d be hard pressed to find a player that gets more respect in the locker room and that’s why he’s the captain.

Look for Johnson to continue to lead this team throughout the season, as he continues to produce on the ice and help develop young players at the AHL level.

Read the other Meet the Heat’s:
Jon Gillies – Goaltender
Hunter Smith – Forward
Bill Arnold – Forward
Brett Kulak – Defenseman
Morgan Klimchuk – Forward
Kenny Agostino – Forward
Oliver Kylington – Defenseman
Austin Carroll – Forward
Ryan Lomberg – Forward
Colton Orr – Forward
Tyler Wotherspoon – Defense
Jakub Nakladal – Defense
Markus Granlund – Forward

Zap Zone Penalty Kill Batting 1.000

It’s one thing to have the top-ranked penalty kill in the league early in the season. It’s an entirely different accomplishment to kill off the first 15 shorthanded opportunities of a season.

That is exactly what the Stockton Heat have done on the penalty kill this year, as to this point they are sporting a perfect record on the Zap Zone penalty kill and have a perfect 15-for-15 record when down a man.

Freddie Hamilton played in his 200th career AHL game on Wednesday against the Texas Stars and celebrated by scoring the lone goal of the contest to win the game for Stockton.

Freddie Hamilton, Bill Arnold and Derek Grant have been keys to the Zap Zone Penalty Kill by continuing to win face-offs starting the Heat with clear possession starting off most kills. (PHOTO BY CHRISTINA SHAPIRO/TEXAS STARS)

“I think our guys have done a great job of being prepared,” Head Coach Ryan Huska said. “They’re all on the same page with what we’ve asked of them early in the season. It’s been a real group effort and it’s been nice to see.”

Forward Turner Elson, who has been a key component of the kill all year thus far, echoed Coach Huska’s statement, saying that the penalty kill has to be a group effort and everyone has to be willing to sacrifice.

“Obviously we have a lot of guys that are willing to lay it all on the line,” Elson said. “Blocking shots, taking hits, whatever it takes to keep the puck out of the net is what we are all willing to do in order to succeed on the kill.”

While the Heat lineup is full of players that can help out on the penalty kill, it is always the goaltender that has to be the best penalty killer on the roster.

So far this season, Stockton’s netminder has been up to the challenge whether it’s Jon Gillies or Karri Ramo between the pipes.

“I think when you look at your penalty kill of course you look at your goaltender,” Huska said. “They’re the guys that have to make the saves for us and they’re the guys that build the confidence of the killing units.”

Defenseman Dustin Stevenson and the rest of the penalty killers have been simply trying to make everything as easy as possible for their goaltender when down a man.

“We focus on keeping shots to the outside and making sure the goalie can see where the shots are coming from,” Stevenson said. “We are working on it a lot in practice and that has translated well to games for us so far. Goaltending is a huge part of it and you want him to see the shots.”

The Stockton Heat Penalty Kill is sponsored by Zap Zone Laser Tag on Hammertown Dr. in Stockton!

The Stockton Heat Penalty Kill is sponsored by Zap Zone Laser Tag on Hammertown Dr. in Stockton!

Stockton’s number one ranked penalty kill has been put the test early in the year already, facing two of the top four scoring teams in the Western Conference in the Texas Stars and Rockford IceHogs respectively.

Both of those games turned out to be shutout wins for the Heat, proving that defensively they can shut down anyone on their schedule.

While it might be too lofty to expect the penalty kill to continue firing at 100-percent, the Heat know they can compete with anyone, even when the other team has the man advantage.

“You have to have a mindset that you’re going out there to out work five guys with just four,” Elson exclaimed. “That’s what it takes.”

The Heat have had what it takes so far on the Zap Zone penalty kill this season. They will certainly look to continue that trend this weekend on the road in San Diego.


Heat Know Goals will Come with Hard Work

The Stockton Heat began their inaugural season with a 7-0 shutout of the Rockford IceHogs at Stockton Arena back on October 10th that really got the Heat off on the right foot.

Since then, however, the Heat have struggled to convert on their chances in the offensive zone, scoring only a single goal in each of their last three games.

The issue hasn’t necessarily been a lack of opportunities, rather a lack of capitalizing on those opportunities.

The Heat scored a total of two goals during the first two games of their road trip both coming from Freddie Hamilton on the power play.

The Heat scored a total of two goals during the first two games of their road trip both coming from Freddie Hamilton on the power play. PHOTO BY CHRISTIN SHAPIRO/TEXAS STARS

“I don’t think we need to change too much,” forward Emile Poirier said. “We have gotten our chances, we just have to put the puck in the net. We have to be simple and that’s really the key. We’re focusing on that in practice this week.”

Fellow forward and alternate captain Blair Riley agreed with Poirier, stating that generating offense has not been the issue and that the Heat simply need to trust in the system that is in place and not deter from the game plan so much when time’s get hard.

“I thought the first game on the road trip in Texas we played a really good game,” Riley said. “Unfortunately, we only had the one goal to show for it late. We had over 30 shots and generated a lot of offense. In San Antonio we had a good first period, but they got that late goal in the first and it kind of deflated a bit. After that we took too many chances instead of sticking to the system.”

Often times it’s the power play or penalty kill that helps to boost a team’s offensive output when they’re struggling offensively. However, with Stockton the power play and penalty kill have been stellar all year, with each ranking in the top six in the league.

Translating the success the Heat have had on their special teams to five-a-side hockey has not come so easy for them, but the elements to do just that are there.

“We have to have a shoot first mentality,” Poirier explained. “We have to translate that mentality from our power play into our 5-on-5 play. Like I said, I don’t think the low scores are a huge problem for us because we are getting chances, but we have to make sure we’re shooting when we have the lane.”

It isn’t just shooting more often though either.

According to Riley, the Heat also have to start fighting for second and third chances more and crashing the net hard when the shot is let go.

“Our focus these past couple days has really been on getting into the dirty areas and getting on rebounds and scoring that way,” Riley said. “We can’t rely on special teams every night. We have to find a way to generate offense 5-on-5. That’s how you win on a consistent basis, getting offense all the way through your lineup.”

The Heat have another day of hard practice in Stockton before packing up for their first trip to Socal this season to take on the San Diego Gulls this Friday and Saturday.

Heat Index 10/26/15

Last Week’s Record: 1-1-0-0, 2 points
Overall Record: 2-2-0-0, 0.500 Win Percentage, 5th in the Pacific Division

Last Week’s Results:
Oct. 21 – Stockton Heat 1 at Texas 0
Oct. 24 – Stockton Heat 1 at San Antonio 5

This Week’s Schedule:
Fri. Oct. 30 – Stockton Heat at San Diego Gulls – Valley View Casino Center (7:05 PST)
Sat. Oct. 31 – Stockton Heat at San Diego Gulls – Valley View Casino Center (5:35 PST)

Recent Transactions
10/23 – Karri Ramo Assigned to Stockton from Calgary
10/21 – Brett Kulak Assigned to Stockton from Calgary
10/21 – Jakub Nakladal recalled from Stockton to Calgary
10/20 – Markus Granlund Assigned to Stockton from Calgary
10/20 – Heat assign Mitchell Heard to Adirondack (ECHL)

Jon Gillies makes a key stop in the game against Texas to help the Heat shutout the Stars 1-0. Photo by

Jon Gillies makes a key stop in the game against Texas to help the Heat shutout the Stars 1-0. Photo by Christina Shapiro/Texas Stars

Team Leaders
Goals: Derek Grant & Freddie Hamilton with 3
Assists: Kenny Agostino 4
Points: Kenny Agostino 4
PIMs: Emile Poirier and Garnet Hathaway with 6
Wins: Jon Gillies with 2
Losses: Jon Gillies with 2
GAA: Jon Gillies with 2.46
SV%: Jon Gillies with 0.914

Team Stats

Goals For: Week: 2 | Overall: 5
Goals Against: Week: 10 | Overall: 9
Power Play: 5
-20 (25.0%), 5th in AHL
Penalty Kill: 15-15 (100%), 1st in AHL

Records vs. Opponents
Pacific Division:
San Antonio (0-1-0-0)
San Jose (0-1-0-0)
Texas (1-0-0-0)
TOTALS vs. PACIFIC: (1-2-0-0)
Central Division: Rockford (1-0-0-0)
TOTALS vs. CENTRAL: (1-0-0-0)

Calgary Flames
Record Last Week: 1-2-0, 2 points
Record Overall: 2-6-0, .250 Win Percentage, 6th in Pacific Division
This Week’s Schedule:
Mon. Oct.26 – Flames at New York Islanders (4:00 p.m. PST)
Wed. Oct. 28 – Flames at Ottawa (4:30 p.m. PST)
Fri. Oct. 30 – Flames vs. Montreal (6:00 p.m. PST)
Sat. Oct. 31 – Flames at Edmonton (7:00 p.m. PST)

News and Notes

  • Keegan Kanzig made his pro debut against the Texas Stars on 10/24/15. Photo by Christina Shapiro/Texas Stars

    Keegan Kanzig made his pro debut against the Texas Stars on 10/24/15. Photo by Christina Shapiro/Texas Stars

    In the first four games of the season four players have made their pro debuts with the Stockton Heat.  During opening night on October 10, forward Hunter Smith suited up in his first pro game along with goalie Jon Gillies.  On Thursday against San Jose, Austin Carroll made his pro debut with the team.  In Texas during the team’s first ever road trip, Keegan Kanzig played his first pro game with the team.

  • Last year the Adirondack Flames sent forwards Josh Jooris, Markus Granlund and Micheal Ferland up to Calgary during the month of October.  This year, the Stockton Heat have seen Markus Granlund, Jakub Nakladal and Derek Grant receive call-ups to the big club.
  • In two wins this season, the Heat and goaltender Jon Gillies have not allowed the opposing team to score.  Last year it took till December 7 for the Adirondack Flames to record two shutouts, both of which at the time were completed by Joni Ortio.

Approaching Milestones

  • Freddie Hamilton is 1 goal away from scoring his 50th goal in the AHL.
  • Kenny Agostino is 3 points away from 50 in his AHL career.
  • Emile Poirier is just 2 points shy of 50 in his AHL career.
  • Blair Riley is 12 games away from playing in 300 AHL games.
  • Colton Orr is 7 PIMS away from 600 in his AHL career. The forward has 1186 PIMS in the NHL.
  • Heat captain Aaron Johnson is just 14 points away from 200 career AHL points.
  • Bill Arnold is just 10 points shy of 50 career AHL points.

Recently Accomplished Milestones

  • Drew Shore played in his 150th game of his AHL career against his former club (although a different affiliation), the San Antonio Rampage on 10/24/15.
  • Freddie Hamilton played in his 200th career AHL game on 10/21/15 in Texas.  To celebrate he scored the games lone goal which stood as the game winner.
  • Keegan Kanzig made his pro and AHL debut on 10/21/15 in a game against the Texas Stars.  Kanzig had a minor penalty in his debut.

Can’t Do Much Better than 100%

In the first four games of the season, the Stockton Heat penalty kill has been magnificent.  Between Jon Gillies in net and the crop of rotating defenseman and forwards in front of him, the Heat are the only team to have killed off 100% of the penalties taken.

The PK unit will have to be good this week as they take on the San Diego Gulls twice in San Diego.  The Gulls power-play unit ranks one spot below the Heat’s at 6th in the AHL.

Road Trip Continues


The Heat kicked off their first road trip of the season (and in team history) last week when the team took on the Texas Stars in a midweek clash and then visited San Antonio on Saturday, splitting the games after beating Texas 1-0 and falling to San Antonio 5-1.

This week the Heat’s four-game road trip concludes with games scheduled on Friday and Saturday against the San Diego Gulls who’ve been off to a great start this season but fell for the first time on Saturday after being shutout by the Bakersfield Condors 3-0.

Both the Gulls and Heat will look to get the offense going as the teams meet for a “spooky” showdown!

Freddie Hamilton played in his 200th career AHL game on Wednesday against the Texas Stars and celebrated by scoring the lone goal of the contest to win the game for Stockton.

Freddie Hamilton played in his 200th career AHL game on Wednesday against the Texas Stars and celebrated by scoring the lone goal of the contest to win the game for Stockton.

Hamilton off to Great Start


When the Calgary Flames acquired Hamilton, who’d have thought that the other Hamilton would follow and start off hot with the Stockton Heat!

Certainly when Calgary acquired the younger Hamilton, Dougie, fans got really excited, but it’s been older brother Freddie who’s gotten off to a hot start with his new club after he was acquired by the Flames just before the season and assigned to Stockton.

Freddie scored a power-play goal during the Heat’s home opening 7-0 win over the Rockford IceHogs when his wristshot from the faceoff dot beat the goaltender.

Then Hamilton let the same shot go on Wednesday in Texas which beat the goalie in a near identical spot, also on the power play, which stood as the lone tally of the game and the game winner.

Then on Saturday in San Antonio Hamilton scored the only goal for the Heat in a losing effort but again the goal came on the power play and was from a similar spot to his previous two giving him a share of the team lead in goals with three with Derek Grant.

Gillies Stopping Everything for Heat Wins

It’s crazy to think that a rookie goalie just four games into his pro career has two shutouts but both of his wins, and the Heat’s, having come from a 19-save shutout and a 36-save shutout.

While Ontario’s Peter Budaj leads the AHL with 3 shutouts, Gillies finds himself tied with established goalie Laurent Brossoit and fellow rookie Joonas Korpisalo of Lake Erie for second in the league in shutouts with two.

Heating Up in Adirondack…or rather…Bringing the Thunder

The Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL have been off to a hot start on the season, starting 4-0-0-0 including winning last weekend’s three-in-three that saw the team go to Brampton on Friday, open their home season with Manchester on Saturday, and visit Manchester on Sunday.

Leading the way for the team is former Heat tryout player Rob Bordson who’s tied for third in the league with 8 points but the Heat’s own Louick Marcotte is not far behind him as Marcotte has 7 points including 5 goals which is tied for second best in the league.

Goalie Kent Simpson got the start in Manchester on Sunday and stopped 37 of 39 shots to pick up his first win of the season and since he picked up the last win in Stockton Thunder history on April 11 of last season.

In a look at the other affiliated players from Adirondack, Michael Kirkpatrick has 2 goals and an assist to start the year as does Ryan Lomberg.  Mitchell Heard picked up a goal and an assist in his first weekend of play for the Thunder along with 9 PIMS and former Stockton Thunder players Ryan Constant and James Henry have also gotten off to a good start, Constant with 3 assists and Henry with a goal and a helper.

The Thunder play the only other unbeaten team in the East, Orlando, on Wednesday before embarking on a long 7-game road trip.

Heat Suffer Setback in San Antonio, Fall 5-1

San Antonio, TEX. – Despite yet another perfect performance from the penalty kill and a power-play goal from Freddie Hamilton, the Heat cannot climb out of the early hole and fall to the San Antonio Rampage 5-1 Saturday night in Texas. Jon Gillies and Karri Ramo each made appearances for the Heat, but the San Antonio attack proved difficult to solve, as the Rampage earned the win to push the Heat’s record to 2-2-0 for the season. The Heat will take a quick trip to Stockton before traveling south to San Diego to face the Gulls on back-to-back nights October 30 and 31.


1st Period

San Antonio goal: F Mikko Rantanen (1) wrist shot makes its way through traffic and gets past the goaltender (Street assist), 6:40

San Antonio goal: F Sam Henley (1) shot from the bottom of the far side faceoff circle goes off the post and in after a turnover behind the net (Bordeleau assist), 18:28

Shots: STK – 7 | SA – 12

2nd Period 
San Antonio goal: F Colin Smith (1) wraparound attempt is squeezed between the goaltender’s outstretched toe and the post (Rantanen, Bigras assists), 8:07

San Antonio goal: D Chris Bigras (1) shot from the point is deflected in front past the goaltender and into the net (Bordeleau assist), 12:16

San Antonio goal: F Marc-Andre Cliché (1) breakaway shot is wristed past the goaltender following a turnover at the offensive blueline (unassisted), 17:15 (SH)

Shots: STK – 6 | SA – 13

3rd Period 
HEAT GOAL: F Freddie Hamilton (3) shot from the near side faceoff circle goes past the goaltender (Arnold, Kulak assists), 10:03 (PP)

Shots: STK – 13 | SA – 6

W: Calvin Pickard (26 shots, 25 saves)
L: Jon Gillies (25 shots, 20 saves)
     Karri Ramo (6 shots, 6 saves) replaced Gillies to begin the third period

Three Stars: 1- Mikko Rantanen (1-1-2) 2- Chris Bigras (1-1-2) 3- Patrick Bordeleau (0-2-2)
Final Shots: STK – 26 | SA – 31
Power Plays: STK – 1/5 | SA – 0/5
Freddie Hamilton now has power-play goals in back-to-back games
Morgan Klimchuk left the game in the second. Coach Huska said that he is awaiting evaluation to determine his status.


“Our team stepped up and showed a lot of character there in the third. It was 5-0, but no one gave up and we kept working hard. We forced some more turnovers in the third and I told them not to be afraid to take some chances. Warmups tonight was my first time on the ice in four days, so that wasn’t ideal preparations for me but that’s a part of the game.” – Goaltender Karri Ramo on his thoughts of tonight after seeing his first action with the Stockton Heat.

“I feel bad for [Jon Gillies] there. He played really well and made some unreal saves, just had to take some bad bounces. If you look at the first five minutes of the game it could have easily been 2-0 for us, but their goalie made some nice saves. Then the two goals they scored wasn’t on Jon because there wasn’t much he could do about those. I don’t think he could’ve done much else on any of those goals and that’s always tough for a goalie.” – Ramo on Jon Gillies’ performance tonight in a tough loss.

“If something doesn’t go your way, it shouldn’t change the way you play. We want to be an even-keel team, so if you have a bounce that goes against you, you have to put it behind you. I didn’t think we responded all that well in the second period.” – Head Coach Ryan Huska on his team’s response to a couple fortunate goals from San Antonio tonight.

“We did some better things in the third period for sure. It’s just a matter of making sure we stay with things no matter if they’re good or bad. I think we changed our approach to the game because of what happened and that can’t happen.” – Coach Huska on the team bouncing back for a good third period.

“When you’re down five you want to try and get a spark from somewhere. We didn’t want to put Karri [Ramo] in during the second period cold, so we waited until the third and I thought he did a very good job considering the circumstances.” – Coach Huska on his decision to take out Gillies in favor of Ramo to start the third period.

STOCKTON HEAT vs. Bakersfield Condors
November 6 @ Stockton Arena
Hot Pink I – First 500 women 18 & over receive a pink Heat cap
Doors @ 6:30 p.m., Puck drop @ 7:30 p.m.

Heat Announce Roster Moves

Stockton, Calif – The Stockton Heat, proudly owned by the Calgary Flames, announce today that forward Derek Grant has been reassigned to the Calgary Flames while the team has assigned goalie Kent Simpson to their ECHL affiliate, the Adirondack Thunder. 
Grant is the third player to play for the Heat and receive the call to Calgary and he leaves the team as the leading goalscorer having scored three in his first three games in the AHL.
The Heat play tonight against the San Antonio Rampage in Texas.  Listen or watch the game on either AHL Live, Spreaker or iHeartRadio.
The team is set to return to Stockton Arena on November 6 and 7 for Hot Pink 1 presented by Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center.  Event proceeds from Hot Pink 1 will benefit St. Joseph’s Foundation – Breast Health Services.
Learn more by calling 209.373.1500 and speak with one of our Account Executives or visit StocktonHeat.com for more information.