Heat Bring in Hartzell on PTO

The Heat have brought in goalie Eric Hartzell on a pro tryout contract. He will be available in tonight's game against the Ontario Reign which starts at 7:30 p.m.

GAMEDAY BLOG: Hot Pink 1 Concludes Tonight vs. Ontario

The charitable Hot Pink 1 concludes tonight when the Ontario Reign visit Stockton Arena for the first time since the change to the American Hockey League. Get prepared for tonight's match-up by reading the Gameday Blog!

Highlights: Stockton 1 vs. Bakersfield 2

The Stockton Heat got a goal from Markus Granlund and some great stops from both Jon Gillies and Kent Simpson, but in the end it was a one goal edge by the Bakersfield Condors winning 2-1.

HEAT GO PINK FOR HOT PINK 1 AGAINST BAKO

The Stockton Heat take on the Bakersfield Condors for the first time in team history tonight on pink ice as Hot Pink 1 kicks off at Stockton Arena at 7:30 p.m. Get your tickets now and support St. Joseph's Foundation - Breast Health Services as event proceeds will be donated to them after the weekend concludes tomorrow!

Lomberg's Hot Start with Thunder Gives Confidence

Ryan Lomberg has had a busy offseason, signing his first pro deal with the Heat, participating at the Young Stars Classic, and attending more than a couple training camps. After starting the season with 4 goals and an assist with the Adirondack Thunder, he finds himself back in Stockton, but his time in Adirondack, while brief, certainly helped boost the young man's confidence.

Flames Assign Kanzig to Calgary Hitmen of the WHL

The Calgary Flames have assigned 20-year-old defenseman Keegan Kanzig to the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL for his overage year of junior hockey. Kanzig played in one game for the Heat, a 1-0 win over the Texas Stars in Cedar Park, Texas.

More than Just a Game

Friday and Saturday's games against the Condors and Reign will be more then just a hockey game as a good cause takes center stage from the Stockton Heat.

AHL Announces New Officiating Development Agreement with NHL

The American Hockey League announced a renewed partnership with the NHL for the league to continue to serve as the top development spot for future NHL officials. A total of 60% of the AHL games this season will feature the four official system with 100% of games by 2019 using the two-referee system used in the NHL.