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.
2017 AHL All-Star Mark Jankowski showed just why he will represent the Stockton Heat at this year's All-Star Classic with his game-winning goal in overtime Friday night to put away the Tucson Roadrunners 3-2.
It was an all-star worthy finish from Mark Jankowski who redirected a shot from the point past Tucson goalie Adin Hill to send the home crowd home happy.
Defenseman Oliver Kylington returns to the Stockton Heat after playing 7 games for Team Sweden during the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championships. Kylington had 4 points, all assists, tied sixth among all defenseman in the tournament.
Congratulations to Mark Jankowski who becomes the second ever Heat All-Star and one of 13 rookies selected for the 2017 AHL All-Star Classic presented by Capital BlueCross hosted by the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
The Heat ring in the new year with Cap Giveaway Night this Friday courtesy of ChemStation and CES Cleaning Solutions and a meeting with the Milwaukee Admirals for the first and only time this Saturday. Plus, (as you can see from our new web background) Teddy Bear Toss is right around the corner!!
The Stockton Heat aren't the only team that calls Stockton home. Check out the Stockton Colts as they came out to the game last Wednesday and put on a show for the crowd! Get your kids involved by going to StocktonColtsHockey.com
The Stockton Heat went 6-4-2-1 in a busy December, finishing 2016 as one of the top teams in the Pacific Division during the first half of the season. Stockton will hope 2017 has something good in store for the club!
Andrew Mangiapane nets a pair of power-play goals and Mark Jankowski tallies three points, but a two power-play goals late in the third started the Ontario comeback that they would complete in overtime for the 5-4 win over the Heat.
The Stockton Heat got a power-play goal from Brandon Bollig and a few big saves from David Rittich, but ultimately fall to Ontario Friday night.
Brandon Bollig ties for the Heat team-lead with his fourth power-play goal of the season, but the Heat fall to the Ontario Reign 4-1 Friday night at Stockton Arena.