After a tough week on the road, Stockton returns home this week to start a three-game homestand inside Stockton Arena, a place the Heat have only lost three times at this season.
A brief nine game stint with the Heat to end 2015-16 has helped Calgary Flames prospect Nick Schneider to the top of his game to start 2016-17 with his fourth placed WHL club, the Medicine Hat Tigers.
The Stockton Heat receive a good effort from Jon Gillies, who stopped 25 of the 27 shots he faced, but ultimately fall 2-0 to the San Jose Barracuda Saturday afternoon at SAP Center.
Morgan Klimchuk extends his team-lead in goals with his 12th on the season, but the Heat fell to the Bakersfield Condors 5-2 Friday night at Rabobank Arena.
Teddy Bear Toss is Saturday, January 21 with limited seats available. Get your tickets now by calling the Heat Front Office at 209.373.1500!
The Stockton Heat entered San Diego Wednesday night undefeated in regulation against the Gulls, but, despite multi-point games from Kenney Morrison and Matt Frattin, suffered a 5-3 loss at the Valley View Casino Center.
The Stockton Heat announce that veteran defenseman Keith Aulie has been signed to an AHL contract with the Stockton Heat after his pro tryout expired.
Our Tracks Ahead outlines a three-game road trip for the Heat this week, before the team returns home for Pride Night and Teddy Bear Toss next weekend! Don't miss out on the Group Perk of the Week either, as you and your adult or youth hockey team can hit the Stockton Arena ice for a pregame skate and play on the same ice as the pros!
The Stockton Heat started 2017 with an emotional, come-from-behind OT win over Tucson and followed it up with a big win over the Central Division leading (at the time) Milwaukee Admirals!
The Flames have swapped two defenseman, recalling Brett Kulak from Stockton to Calgary and assigning Tyler Wotherspoon to Stockton.
David Rittich takes over sole possession as the all-time leader in shutouts for the Heat and the second most shutouts in the AHL this season with his fourth of the season.
Goaltender David Rittich stands tall between the pipes, as he stopped all 35 shots he faced in the Stockton Heat's 4-0 shutout win over the Milwaukee Admirals Saturday night at Stockton Arena.