It's another Stockton Heat game day in San Diego but today's spooky showdown is an afternoon matinee variety, kicking off from the Valley View Casino Center at 5:35 p.m. giving you the chance to watch some hockey and still make trick-or-treating!
The Stockton Heat needed a late goal from Bill Arnold to tie the game up but the San Diego Gulls were able to come away with the extra point after winning in the shootout.
The Heat are in San Diego for the first time opening up a back-to-back series against the Anaheim affiliate kicking off tonight at 7:05.
Due to injury up with the big club, organizational goalies have been shuffled up, sending Karri Ramo to Calgary and Kent Simpson from Adirondack to Stockton. In addition, the Heat have also recalled forward Ryan Lomberg from Adirondack.
The Czech Republic national returns to the Stockton Heat after being called up last week by the Calgary Flames.
It's about time we featured the first captain in Stockton Heat history! Defenseman Aaron Johnson brings miles of experience in the NHL and the AHL to the Heat in hopes of imparting his years of wisdom onto the Calgary youth.
There are plenty of positives for the Stockton Heat on the young season but certainly going 15-for-15 on the Zap Zone Penalty Kill is one of the biggest successes this season. Read why the PK unit has been so effective and what they must do to continue being so through the remainder of the road trip in San Diego.
The Heat have only scored three goals in their last three games but Emile Poirier and Blair Riley feel scoring will come as the team continues to generate quality scoring chances.
Dustin Cowell is back at it on the Flames official website writing this weeks Heat Report about the Flames prospects in Stockton.
The Stockton Heat split the first half of their first ever road trip to the Lone Star State. Now they come home for a spooky Halloween two-for against the San Diego Gulls. Read the latest news and notes about the Heat and the entire Flames organization, including a thundering start for Adirondack!
Listen to week two's plays of the week from Lehigh Valley Phantom's broadcaster Bob Rotruck.
The Heat suffered a few bad breaks and bounces and the San Antonio Rampage opened their home schedule with a 5-1 win over Stockton. Freddie Hamilton scored his second straight power play goal in as many games.