Listen to 12-year-old Adam Fritsche call the game with Brandon Kisker during Kids Take Over 2015. The Stockton Heat played a tough game against the Reign, but in the end, it was Ontario coming away with the 2-1 win thanks to Peter Budaj and Jonny Brodzinski.
Read 10-year-old Leon Garrett III's recap of a hard fought game between the Ontario Reign and the Stockton Heat and check out the picture of today's third star of the game courtesy of 7-year-old Audrey Evans! Great job kids!
The Stockton Heat are in the midst of the busiest stretch of the season so far with six games in nine nights. Thankfully for Stockton, they have a guy named Derek Grant who just keeps collecting the points and looks for that to continue on what will be a four-game week for the Stockton Heat.
Listen as Coach Huska and Derek Grant talk about the setback in San Jose along with why Grant won't be celebrating his five-game point streak until the team starts winning games.
Derek Grant's power-play goal in the second period broke Troy Grosenick's shutout bid and pushed Grant's point streak to five games but it wasn't enough to fry the fish as San Jose wins 5-1.
After scoring two goals and adding two assists in his best offensive night of the season for the Adirondack Thunder, Mitchell Heard has been recalled to the Stockton Heat and will be available during the team's game in San Jose tonight.
Bryce Van Brabant factored into every Stockton Heat goal and both Jakub Nakladal and Derek Grant had multi-point nights (with the latter extending his point streak to four games) but an empty netter ensured the Bakersfield 5-3 win over Stockton.
Dustin Cowell gives an insightful look at what he'll remember about the game outdoors at Raley Field last Saturday in the latest Broadcast Blog.
Listen as Aaron Johnson, Jakub Nakladal, Drew Shore, Joni Ortio, Turner Elson and Bryce Van Brabant sing the Heat's Christmas Carol this season! Happy Holidays from the Heat!
Listen as the Stockton Heat attempt to answer some holiday questions! Aaron Johnson, Jakub Nakladal, Drew Shore, Joni Ortio, Turner Elson and Bryce Van Brabant try to answer some of this holiday's toughest questions.
Heat captain Aaron Johnson won't be available for the Heat for a few days as the team has loaned the defenseman to his country, Canada, as they compete for the Spengler Cup.
Listen as Emile Poirier's second goal in San Antonio made the last edition of the AHL Plays of the Week in this holiday version courtesy of Bob Rotruck!