Forward Derek Grant has been selected to participate in the 2016 Toyota AHL All-Star Classic after a terrific start to his 2015-16 campaign with the Heat.
Coach Huska and goaltender Kevin Poulin break down tough overtime loss to San Jose. The Heat do collect a point for their efforts and will look to turn the page for Friday night's game against Ontario.
The Stockton Heat got goals from Morgan Klimchuk, Kenny Agostino and Derek Grant while both Drew Shore and Kevin Poulin returned from injury in triumph, however San Jose stunned the Heat in the final minute of the game and won it in overtime 4-3.
In honor of Tuesday's National Bird Day, we thank you, our new friend Frankie, for bringing the fun and energy in your first season with the Heat!
The Stockton Heat turned the calendar like everyone else this New Year, however they ended their 2015 the same way the began 2016...with a win. Stockton now has won three-straight as they head back to the road for two difficult road contests this week.
Read the latest Heat Report on the Calgary Flames website recapping a great week for the Stockton Heat that see's them "heating up" with a three-game winning streak
The Heat announce that team captain Aaron Johnson has been activated to the active Heat roster after his brief loan to Team Canada for the Spengler Cup while also announcing the loan of goalie Kent Simpson to the team's ECHL affiliate, the Adirondack Thunder.
The Stockton Heat won their third-straight as Derek Grant bookends a Kenny Agostino power-play goal in the Heat victory over their nemesis, the Bakersfield Condors on January 3.
Watch as Coach Huska, Kenny Agostino and Derek Grant chat after winning their third game in a row and finishing a stretch of six games in nine nights.
The Stockton Heat won their third in-a-row as they score first and take down the Condors thanks to Kenny Agostino's game-winning power-play goal in the third period.
Check out some of the best photos and artwork from the Heat's Paint the Ice Night last night. Sadly, the Heat won't play on that today but the artwork and masterpiece created by Heat fans (and players) lives on in photo!
The Stockton Heat may not have been the best team for all 60 minutes, but the team forced an extra five minutes, and a five-round shootout to come from behind and beat the Stars 7-6 in the shootout.