The Heat battle back from down two early, but fall 5-3 to San Jose Friday night in game 3 at Stockton Arena.
Get ready for tonight's Game 3 matchup with the San Jose Barracuda as the Heat look to take full advantage of their newfound home ice advantage with the series currently tied 1-1.
The Stockton Heat have brought back Brett Pollock and Keegan Kanzig from the Adirondack Thunder while also adding Allan McPherson to the roster on a pro tryout from the Greenville Swamp Rabbits.
Heat365 Members and 2016-17 Heat Season Ticket Holders should plan to show up early on Friday and Sunday as we'll have an exclusive party featuring live music at the Bud Light Cold Zone and just outside on Ring Road.
It's been awhile Broadcast Blog, but Heat broadcaster Brandon Kisker takes you through the five reasons Stockton took a 6-4 win during Game 2 and what needs to continue and change as the Heat approach Game 3 on Friday night in Stockton.
The Heat steal game 2 in San Jose Sunday evening with a thrilling 6-4 win at SAP Center to take home-ice advantage back to Stockton Arena.
The Stockton Heat capitalized early and often, scoring four in the first period, and although the Barracuda pressed hard, the Heat would come away with a 6-4 win to steal home ice advantage.
Head Coach Ryan Huska liked the effort from his team in Game 1 and wants to see his club bear down on their chances come Game 2.
Despite a plethora of chances and a 32-save performance from Jon Gillies, the Heat fall in game 1 4-0 Friday night to San Jose.