17-11-1-1, 36 pts, 0.600
#3 Pacific Division
11-12-3-0, 25 pts, 0.481
#8 Pacific Division
December 23rd at 9:00 PM
Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, CA
Texas faces off against the bottom team in the Pacific division, but they're no pushovers. The Condors have claimed 3 of a possible four points against Texas so far this season and have the best record of any last-in-the-division team in the league, just one game back form .500.
|(Credit: Texas Stars)|
The Condors come in hot off a 4-3 shootout victory over the same Barracuda squad that Texas played last night. They have been alternating wins and losses pretty consistently for the last month. A four-game losing streak against Tucson and Stockton in mid-November is really the only difference between this team and a better than .500 record.
Texas has stumbled a bit in their recent going. Of course, saying that acknowledges how insanely well they have done over the past twenty games or so. In their last four, they are 1-2-1, but before that, they were 11-3, which has moved then from one below .500 to 6 ahead.
Look for McKenna to get a start tonight with Bow getting his starts in the last two games in three nights.
Stars injury/call up report:
Rallo, Regner (injury)
Condors Web Resources:
Blog (Official): Inside the Condors
Twitter: @CondorsHolty (PBP)