The Heat steal game 2 in San Jose Sunday evening with a thrilling 6-4 win at SAP Center to take home-ice advantage back to Stockton Arena.
The Stockton Heat capitalized early and often, scoring four in the first period, and although the Barracuda pressed hard, the Heat would come away with a 6-4 win to steal home ice advantage.
Head Coach Ryan Huska liked the effort from his team in Game 1 and wants to see his club bear down on their chances come Game 2.
Despite a plethora of chances and a 32-save performance from Jon Gillies, the Heat fall in game 1 4-0 Friday night to San Jose.
The Heat had their chances against San Jose but Troy Grosenick made the big saves and kept the Heat off the scoresheet in the team's first playoff game.
The Stockton Heat have assigned goaltender Mason McDonald to the Adirondack Thunder ahead of their Game 5 matchup coming up Saturday against the Manchester Monarchs.
The Flames have assigned goaltender Jon Gillies back to Stockton.
Mike Angelidis, Mike Kostka and Keith Aulie all know what's needed to win a Calder Cup because the trio did it together back in 2012 during a historic season for the Norfolk Admirals (AHL). Take a look at their journey to the cup and what the Heat have to do to follow in their footsteps!
Flames goaltending prospect, Tyler Parsons, has been added to the Heat roster on an amateur tryout through the Heat's run through the postseason. Parsons has won a Memorial Cup with the London Knights and a gold medal with the United States in the last calendar year.
Andrew Mangiapane talks after a midweek practice with the Heat as they prepare for the first round matchup against the San Jose Barracuda.
In this week's Heat Index we look into the Heat's matchup with the San Jose Barracuda to kick off the 2017 Calder Cup Playoffs.
Coach Huska talks about the first on-ice session from yesterday and talks about his group sharpening up certain details as they ready for their first-round match-up with the San Jose Barracuda.