Watch the dramatic shootout affair between the Heat and Barracuda on Heat TV! Relive one of the most memorable Star Wars nights in recent memory in this 4-3 shootout victory over the San Jose Barracuda.
Kenny Agostino and Emile Poirier scored their first goals as members of the Stockton Heat and Freddie Hamilton's shootout winner helped ease the pressure on goalie Kent Simpson, who had to make one save in the shootout after coming in for an injured Kevin Poulin.
The Heat are giving away youth jerseys to the first 500 and welcoming in the Star Wars Universe tonight, but it's also a key game for the Heat who look to take down their Norcal rival for the first time this season at 7:30 p.m. at Stockton Arena.
Drew Shore has been coming on strong for the Heat recently, but when you look at this two-time AHL All-Star, it's no wonder. The former University of Denver star may have been drafted by the Panthers, but now he hopes to call Alberta his home.
The ice was being laid down at Raley Field on Thursday while the media relations staff were checking out the facilities. They took a few moments to show you the construction and let you know some of the fun things going on including the Heat and Condors on December 18.
The AHL has announced a brand new All-Star game format, putting each division in a round robin, 4-on-4 and 3-on-3 tournament on February 1, 2015.
Listen as Coach Huska, Derek Grant, Freddie Hamilton and Kevin Poulin talk after the Heat's 4-0 victory over the San Diego Gulls on Wednesday night.
Derek Grant scored in the first before it turned into a real goaltending duel. Of course Kevin Poulin's 21-saves matched the amount of shots the Gulls mustered. Watch tonight's highlights on Heat TV!
Derek Grant scored two goals for the Heat in his return but he wasn't the only star of the game. Kevin Poulin's first shutout of the season and some impeccable team defending helped the Heat down the Gulls in Stockton on Wednesday 4-0.
The Heat look to carry the momentum they earned in Texas to tonight's home contest that sees the team host the San Diego Gulls for the first time this season. Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m. with Stockton Arena doors opening at 6 p.m.
After a good weekend of games in Texas, the Heat look to continue the momentum against the San Diego Gulls tomorrow right here at Stockton Arena at 7:00 p.m.
The Stockton Heat took three of four points against the Texas based teams last week and now hope to carry the offensive momentum against a tough week against the San Diego Gulls and San Jose Barracuda at Stockton Arena.