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Three Players hit Milestones in Win over San Diego

Garnet Hathaway recorded his 100th professional point, Shinkaruk his 200th AHL game and Findlay his 50th AHL point achieved on Friday night

Records
Last Week’s Record: 1-1-0-0, 2 points
Overall Record: 8-4-0-1, 0.654 Points Percentage, 3rd in the Pacific Division

Last Week’s Results
Nov. 8 – Stockton Heat 1 vs. Manitoba Moose 4
Nov. 10 – Stockton Heat 6 at San Diego Gulls 3

This Week’s Schedule
Fri. Nov. 17 – Stockton Heat vs. Bakersfield Condors – Stockton Arena (7:00 p.m.)
Sat. Nov. 18 – Stockton Heat vs. Bakersfield Condors – Stockton Arena (6:00 p.m.)

Recent Transactions
11/13 – Rasmus Andersson assigned to the Stockton Heat from the Calgary Flames
11/7 – Tanner Glass assigned to the Stockton Heat from the Calgary Flames
11/5 – Rasmus Andersson recalled to the Calgary Flames from the Stockton Heat

Both Tyler Wotherspoon and Andrew Mangiapane recorded three-point nights for the Heat on Friday night in San Diego (PHOTO BY VINCE RAPPLEYEA).

Team Leaders
Goals: Garnet Hathaway with 9
Assists: Andrew Mangiapane with 12
Points: Andrew Mangiapane with 19
PIMs: Cody Goloubef with 26
Wins: Jon Gillies & David Rittich with 4
Losses: Jon Gillies with 3
GAA: David Rittich with 2.20
SV%: David Rittich with .928

Team Stats

Goals For: Week: Overall: 44
Goals Against: Week: 7 | Overall: 35
Power Play: 11-63 (17.5%)
, 13th in AHL
Penalty Kill: 50-61 (82.0%), 18th in AHL

Records vs. Opponents

Pacific Division
Bakersfield (3-0-0-0)
Ontario (0-0-0-0)
San Antonio (0-0-0-0)
San Diego (3-0-0-1)
San Jose (0-2-0-0)
Texas (1-0-0-0)
Tucson (0-0-0-0)
TOTALS vs. PACIFIC: (7-2-0-1)

Central Division:
Cleveland (0-0-0-0)
Grand Rapids (1-0-0-0)
Manitoba (0-2-0-0)
Milwaukee (0-0-0-0)
TOTALS vs. CENTRAL: (1-2-0-0)

Calgary Flames (NHL)
Record Last Week: 1-1-0, 2 points
Record Overall: 9-7-0, 18 points, 4th in Pacific Division
This Week’s Schedule:
Mon. Nov. 13 – Flames vs. St. Louis Blues (6:00 p.m. PST)
Wed. Nov. 15 – Flames at Detroit Red Wings (4:30 p.m. PST)
Sat. Nov. 18 – Flames at Philadelphia Flyers (10:00 a.m. PST)

Tanner Glass was assigned to the Heat on Tuesday and made his Heat debut on Friday in San Diego, recording his first fight of the season (PHOTO BY JACK LIMA).

Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL)
Record Last Week: 0-2-0, 0 points
Record Overall: 4-6-0, 8 points, 6th in Central Division
This Week’s Schedule:
Tue. Nov. 14 – Mavericks vs. Tulsa Oilers (8:30 a.m. PST)
Wed. Nov. 15 – Mavericks at Wichita Thunder (5:05 p.m. PST)
Fri. Nov. 17 – Mavericks at Fort Wayne Komets (5:00 p.m. PST)
Sat. Nov. 18 – Mavericks at Quad City Mallards (5:05 p.m. PST)
Sun. Nov. 19 – Mavericks at Quad City Mallards (2:05 p.m. PST)

News and Notes

  • Andrew Mangiapane, who had been hold pointless in back-to-back games, recorded his second three-point night of the season and tie Lehigh Valley’s Danick Martel for second in the AHL scoring race with 19 points
    • Mangiapane has points and assists in five-straight road games dating back to October 18 (4-6-10)
  • Garnet Hathaway’s two-goal night on Friday now tie’s him for second in the AHL in goals with nine.  His first three-point night of the season, recorded on Friday night, put him at 16 points on the season, ranking him seventh in the AHL
    • Hathaway is also tied with Tucson’s Dylan Strome for the AHL lead with a plus-13 rating
  • David Rittich has now won three-straight starts dating back to October 28
    • He’s currently seventh in the AHL with a 2.20 goals-against-average, tied-sixth in the AHL with a .928 save-percentage and is tied for the league lead with 2 shutouts
  • Tyler Wotherspoon recorded his first professional three-point night on Friday (3 assists) and now ranks tied-ninth among AHL defenseman with 9 points
  • Rasmus Andersson, who’s currently called up with the Calgary Flames, ranks tied-16th among AHL defenseman with 8 points on the season
  • Brett Findlay’s goal just 27 seconds into the game on Friday night was the fastest goal of the season, but 11 seconds shy of the Heat record set by Brandon Bollig during the regular season finale on April 15, 2017 against Tucson last season just 18 seconds into the game.  The fastest goal to start the inaugural season was scored by Freddie Hamilton just 21 seconds into a home contest against the Gulls on February 24, 2016
  • The Heat are the fourth most penalized team in the AHL, averaging 17.54 minutes in the box per game
  • Stockton earned their third road win of the season and improved their road record to 3-1-0-1.  This was the quickest Stockton had earning their third road win of the season all-time as it took them to the eighth road game in 2015-16 and sixth road game in 2016-17
  • Colby Robak is just two games shy of playing in his 500th professional game, spanning both his NHL and AHL career (PHOTO BY JACK LIMA).

    Stockton has scored first in 11 of 13 games this season and have posted a 8-3-0 record in those games

  • The Heat outscore opponents 16-5 in first periods this season and in the third periods 15-13.  However, they’ve been outscored in second periods 16-13.
  • Stockton has now won three-straight road games dating back to October 27, matching the longest streak in Heat history (Dec. 14 through Dec. 17, 2016 & March 28 through April 1, 2017)
    • The Heat are unbeaten in their last four road games (3-0-0-1). The longest in Heat history is seven-straight games, unbeaten on the road which occurred at the end of last season from March 17 through April 9 (5-0-1-1)
  • The Heat matched a season high of 6 goals for in a single game on Friday in San Diego. The all-time team record is 7 goals in a single game which occurred three times in 2015-16 and three times in 2016-17
  • Stockton is now 16-7-0-3 all-time against San Diego but with their loss to Manitoba on Wednesday, the Heat drop to 8-6-0-0 all-time against the Central Division and 2-4-0-0 against Manitoba
  • The Heat are not only third in the Pacific Division, but rank third in the Western Conference behind two other Pacific Division teams, the Tucson Roadrunners and the San Antonio Rampage

Approaching Milestones

  • Garnet Hathaway is an assist away from 50 in his AHL career
    • He’s 6 goals away from recording his 50th AHL goal
    • He’s 7 points away from 100 in his AHL career
  • Colby Robak is 2 games away from playing in his 500th professional (NHL + AHL) game
  • Ryan Lomberg is 4 games away from his 100th AHL game
  • Brett Findlay is 4 games away from playing in his 100th AHL game
  • Oliver Kylington is 4 points away from recording his 50th AHL point
  • Emile Poirier is 4 points shy of his 100th professional point (NHL + AHL)
    • He’s 5 points away from his 100th AHL point
  • Joseph Cramarossa is 6 points away from his 50th professional (NHL + AHL) point
  • Tyler Wotherspoon is 10 points away from recording his 100th AHL point
    • He’s 14 points away from recording his 100th AHL point
  • Tanner Glass is 10 games away from playing in his 700th professional game (NHL + AHL + Slovakia 1)

Recently Accomplished Milestones

  • Brett Findlay recorded his 50th AHL point on Friday in San Diego, scoring just 27 seconds into the game
  • Garnet Hathaway earned his 100th professional point (NHL + AHL) on Friday in San Diego, on his second goal of the game
  • Hunter Shinkaruk played in his 200th AHL game on Friday in San Diego, celebrating the occasion with a goal
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