California Dreaming

by Lowetide
Cooper Marody photo by Mark Williams

I’ve seen three Bakersfield Condors games so far this season and have good news and bad news. The bad news is that there is no Evan Bouchard and nary a Kailer Yamamoto on the AHL team this year. The good news: There are noteworthy prospects and a few surprises down on the farm.

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EARLY CONDORS 2020-21

  • G Olivier Rodrigue is the only goaltender I’ve seen so far this season, Condors have dressed Angus Redmond and Stuart Skinner is now on the roster but the rookie has played all three games. He was impressive in his first start, better than two of the three pairings in front of him by some margin. In his second game, the day after his first one, Rodrigue was less sharp. Last night, I thought he was top quality, stopping 22 of 24 (.917) and making several difficult stops. He’s in good position, tracks the puck well, has a quick glove and anticipates well. He got beat on a rebound and a great shot beat him clean. This is a prospect worth following.
  • LD Theodor Lennstrom has a goal and an assist in three games and is +1 in even strength (2-1) on-ice goal differential. He’s good, has speed and skill, some chaos defensively but he recovers well. I’ve said he’ll get a chance at training camp in the fall, but the Oilers are loaded on the left side of the defense, so I’ll say he should get a chance.
  • LD Markus Niemelainen scored his first AHL goal last night, it tipped off a Henderson and went shelf. He is big, has good speed and reasonable offensive instincts. He also hits like a truck and has no fear. He has had a bit of a time at five on five (1-3 goal differential) but is a far better prospect based on a small sample than we were led to believe.
  • LD Ryan Stanton is a rock solid veteran AHL defender who can help at evens and on the PK. He’s 2-3 at even strength goal differential and he’ll mentor the kids all year (although there aren’t any kids beyond Niemelainen).
  • RD Yanni Kaldis is an AHL contract and I like him quite a bit. He is chaos (2-2 even strength goal differential isn’t bad though) but is also creative and aggressive with the puck.
  • RD Vincent Desharnais is a rangy fellow who is more physical than I remember from the last time I saw him. I don’t know that he’ll ever play in the NHL but he could play at this level for years. He is 2-2 on ice goal differential at even strength.
  • LD Kevin Gravel (1-3 even strength on ice goal differential) is a solid AHL defenseman who is limited with the puck but can play a regular shift and not hurt you.
  • RD Janis Jaks has played one game and was exposed, going 0-2 even strength on ice GD. He’ll get another chance but I think Kaldis is going to eat his lunch.
  • RC Cooper Marody is 1-1-2 in three games with 10 shots on goal and a pile of great chances in nine periods of hockey. Early indicators have him healthy again and ready to push for NHL employment. Average speed remains a hurdle to the NHL hopes.
  • LW Tyler Benson played his first AHL game of the season Friday night and authored several chances with great passes. Always has great chem with Marody, Benson sending a lovely pass to Marody at the Henderson goalmouth for a great chance. When Bakersfield’s offense takes off, Benson will be part of it.
  • LW Devin Brosseau is an AHL contract who won a feature role in the early days of the season because he has skilled hands. He scored the first Condors goal of the season playing on a line with Joe Gambardella and Brad Malone and has faded a little since, but he’s another interesting prospect on the farm.
  • RW Seth Griffith is really skilled, you can see why he has played 79 NHL games since turning pro in 2014, he’s at about the same point as Anton Slepyshev in his pro career. Has scored one goal in three games for Bakersfield, he has speed and skill. A fine player at this level.
  • LW Alan Quine is a veteran AHL-NHL player who is not far from the NHL in any given season. Playing a feature role on this year’s team, so far 12 shots in three games and an assist.
  • RW Adam Cracknell has 210 NHL games on his resume but the Oilers got him for his utility (he can play center) and his ability to mentor. He has 8 shots in three games, still looking for his first point. He’s a load.
  • LC Ryan McLeod is through three games with no points. It’s a bit of a surprise because he is getting minutes with feature players and has also had some power-play time. In his first game he played with Cooper Marody and Alan Quine (ideal situation), and in Game 2 he was hanging with Quine and Srth Griffith (again, solid spot in the lineup). In the game last night, he spent time (later in the game) with Benson and Cracknell. He’ll get untracked. Big season for the speedster.
  • LC Brad Malone is signed to an AHL contract this year, he has an assist so far and with Benson back, may slide down to play a bottom-six role on this year’s Condors.
  • LW Joe Gambardella is a personal favourite, he’s aggressive on the forecheck and has scoring ability. Has been getting some good looks and giving teammates opportunities on the power play, but hasn’t posted any offense and has just four shots in three games.
  • LW James Hamblin is an intriguing young player who has played in all three games and gets more touches than the average rookie AHL contract player. Former WHL scorer is just 5.10, 181 but has speed and skill.
  • LC Luke Esposito hit iron Friday night and is effective as a gritty two-way player in the AHL. He doesn’t score much and if he’s playing a lot with skill then the coach is mad at someone or another forward got hurt. In two games, he has no points and is 0-2 even strength on ice goal differential.
  • LW Jakob Stukel is a former Canucks draft pick who signed on with the Oilers organization on an AHL deal a couple of years ago. In a total of 46 games with the Condors before this year, he scored 9-7-16. Has played one game this year and couldn’t land a crooked number in any category.
  • LW Blake Christensen is an undersized scoring winger from the Atlantic Hockey Association (Div. 1) who has played in two games, no shots and 0-2 on ice goal differential. He is 25 and on an AHL deal.
  • LW Graham McPhee has played one game, former Oilers draft pick (2016) is quick enough but will need to forced his way up the depth chart in order to get regular duty. Two-way winger.

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Yeti

Wow. The Death March really had its own Death March this year…

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Bakersfield loses 3-0. Only 11 shots in last 2 periods. This team does not have any offense at all.

Just as bad, they only had 16 shots against, and no goals in the 3rd period. Not looking like much of a threat to win in the early going.

0 Wins 3 Losses 5 Goals 11 Against
Shooting % – 4.9 Save % – 0.873
Rodrique has played every minute so far.

Oh well, at least they are playing games, Manitoba, Toronto and Stockton haven’t played a game yet. No idea what is going on there.

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jp

They’re 0-4 with the loss tonight, 5GF-13GA. Skinner was in net for his first game tonight too. It’s weird the stats weren’t updated more quickly for tonights game. In the past they’ve updated player goals/assists in game (at least sometimes).

Where did you get the SH%/SV%?

It’s surprising (to me) how the Condors have started. They seem like a decent/good AHL team on paper. And the reports from LT and posters who’ve been watching don’t give the impression things are going so badly.

But an 0-4 record and being outscored almost 3-1 is no good though. Hope they can get on track soon.

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I added everything by hand on the team’s stat page. I was half asleep, and thought it was up to date.

The numbers are even worse after the shut out.

I looked at the Henderson roster and it isn’t impressive at all, IMO. However, there are a lot of new faces in Bakersfield, but you would think there is enough experience to keep this team competitive.

OriginalPouzar

Skinner played last night.

Bulging Twine

I had the Montreal – Toronto game on in the background tonight, mostly just listening through two periods.

What I mostly heard:

Marner scored
Matthews assist
Marner scored
Holl is awesome
Muzzin!
Holl great
Marner scored
Holl
Matthews assist

only things i heard about MTL:
Tatar is healthy scratched
You can beat Price up high
Anderson is fast

I was shocked to look at the score after 2 and it was only 1-0 Toronto.
I thought it was like 5-0

So I watched the third.
The broadcasting was completely from a Toronto perspective. When MTL scored the commenting didn’t shift to the MTL players and what they were doing it was, “momentum has shifted in the game”

Then MTL scores again and it’s all, “TORONTO is down by one”

anyways, nothing new. Just venting.
Thanks for listening.

fishman

Glad to see I am not the only one who thought that way! They talk about Matthews like he is Rocket Richard, Gordy Howe and Bobby Hull reincarnated. Was venting with my wife it was so bad I chose to watch tennis instead!!!!!

wolf8888

Flames with an almost perfect game tonight…..for Oiler fans. 🙂 Wow! Were they pathetic or what?

Munny

Some nice results for the Oilers today.

N64

My guess is that a Habs loss would be better. but the 2 essential games went the right way.

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Munny

Strange time for Markstrom to take a tour behind his net

Worked out but still

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Munny

The Canucks are disappointing me right now. Like always.

leadfarmer

I must say. The current standings look fairly accurate

OriginalPouzar

Condors really taken over the game since the 10 minute mark of the 1st (and through 6 minutes of the 2nd) – can’t cash though.

maudite

Let’s go Canucks! (Words that have never before formed in my brain)

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OriginalPouzar

That is some sort of bad play by Gaudreau….

maudite

Im glad he’s a flamer. Johnny hockey would definitely not be a player id be happy considering as part of “core”, for any team I cheered for.

leadfarmer

He’s ready to join the flyers

Harpers Hair

Unfortunately he had to settle for two stiffs.

flyfish1168

hughes scores a nice goal. phlegms so full of $hit tonight.

OriginalPouzar

I’m starting to get convinced that Niemelainen’s skill-set is more suited for the North American ice. He made a plus play in the offensive zone with the puck early and just made a Nurse like rush through the neutral zone. This is NOT in line with his scouting report from Liiga.

OriginalPouzar

Graham McPhee inserted in to the lineup (for Stukel) but still no sign of Ostap Safin.

I think it might be time to make the call on Safin – unlikely to get a 2nd contract.

OriginalPouzar

McLeod playing with Benson and Brosseau.

OriginalPouzar

Canucks thoroughly dominated the flames in the first – only reason its not a multi-goal lead is Jacob Marskstrom!

Side

Canucks are really tempting fate by putting Hughes on the ice for 7 minutes in the first.

Harpers Hair

Vancouver outshoots Calgary 20-4 in the first period.

0-0

leadfarmer

Who wants to pay that Markstrom contract anyway when Holtby is a free agent

Harpers Hair

Ken Holland.

leadfarmer

That’s a good thing

OriginalPouzar

Skinner starts for Bakersfield tonight (after Rodrigue started the first 3).

Big year for Skinner starts now – he should get the bulk of the starts and needs to have a solid year well over .900 in the save percentage.

UnjustEnrichment

I have my doubts about Skinner based upon a very small sample size. When he played for the Oilers earlier this year, he seemed very awkward in the net. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but I kept thinking, this guy does not have the “presence” to be an NHL goaltender. He did not seem smooth in his movements. Perhaps it was just a case of him having the nerves… In any case, he needs more development in Bakersfield. I would not pin my hopes on him.

nelson88

Kesserling with another goal tonight. Lots of interesting prospects bubbling under

OriginalPouzar

Nice of the Habs to score late and win it in OT!

Tarkus

Even nicer that Les Habitants won in regulation. And nice that Toffoli is capable of scoring against teams that don’t rhyme with “sucks”.

Meanwhile in Motown, please tell me Adam Erne and Tyler Bertuzzi are on a line together, i.e., Bert and Erne.

Munny

It’s Ernie and Bert…

Don’t make me drive to Saskatchewan.

Tarkus

Better bring a bunnyhug!

It’s still so cold it’d freeze Bert and Ernie‘s ears off! 😀

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Victoria Oil

Hey Hunter, just curious – what happened with the playoff pool? Thanks.

BornInAGretzkyJersey

Nevermind the playoff pool… that’ll have to wait its turn.

How about last season?

OriginalPouzar

Savoie with a cross-check from behind – guy goes head first to the boards – being reviewed for a major.

Was vicious (a cross-check not a bodycheck) but not a smart play and not necessary.

OriginalPouzar

Confirmed: 5 and a game.

Savoie finishes with a couple shots and a goal.

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Is it just me, or does anyone else think Carter Savoie is the doppelganger of Billy Hargrove (Trans Am driving Stranger Things character and a real DB).

https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/577785/stranger-things-season-3-billy-hargrove-monster-theory

No idea how to add an image using my phone.

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OriginalPouzar

I don’t know about that but the satche is really….. something…..

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**When you compare the 1st photos in each of these articles.

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norm_klassen

This is where beating Sens all 4times early can be the real season saver. They will get better and top teams will drop more games to them evening the play field. Flames might get the better version and may drop 1 or even 2 against them who knows.
Being .500 against the best and winning most against the rest (Sens; Canucks) might be the key to the playoffs this year

MushedPeas

This my hope.

OriginalPouzar

It wasn’t reasonable to think that the Oilers would beat the Sens in four straight games in a week (or 10 days whatever it was). That is a tough tough thing to do, even as poor as the Sens can be and as leaky as their tending can be.

I would expect each of the “playoff teams” to win about 1/3 to 2/5 of their games against the Sens.

The entire “well, the wins were good but it was only against Ottawa” never rang fully true to me. Don’t get me wrong, I “got it” but they had already beat a couple good teams on the year and four in row is something, against any team.

BornInAGretzkyJersey

You’d expect the playoff teams to lose more against OTT than they win? Why’s that?

Crazy Pedestrian

I’m pretty sure he meant 1/3 to 2/5 of their TOTAL game wins against Ottawa. Took me a minute to figure it out too. Not worded very well and easily mis-understood.

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OriginalPouzar

Because I clearly meant that Ottawa to win 1/3 to 2/5 of those games.

norm_klassen

winning 4/4 was a pleasant suprise they wont win them all against the Sens. But winning the majority against the teams with poor records is imperative this season ;playing only divisional games

McSorley33

Well, what is the NHL record for a team having its players -sail through- waivers in a month and a half?

Granted, an abnormal year.

I think we know how the league feels about our bottom 6 forwards.

OriginalPouzar

The amount of transactions have quadrupled – many many teams have many many players sailing through waivers:

CapFriendly
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We’re now officially 1 month into the 2020-21 NHL season.

Here’s a quick look at the total number of transactions executed in the first month of each season since 2016.

2016-17: 513
2017-18: 553
2018-19: 620
2019-20: 647
2020-21: 2,203

leadfarmer

But how many of those are Troy Grosenick?

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Hey leadfarmer, I fixed it for you:

But how many are the 3rd Oiler goalie, most of whom will never actually play for them.

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€√¥£€^$

FWIW, Skinner is winning this group with 10 transactions (Grosenick is at 7).

FYI, Alex Nedeljkovic is currently at 14, with 11 transactions since Jan 31st.

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OriginalPouzar

Teams like the Leafs are reducing their active roster on game day – assigning players to the taxi squad to save cap space (to accumulate more daily to bank for later use).

They can do this because they are able to keep less than the allotted 29 between the active roster and taxi squad as they can actually call players up from their AHL affiliate and have immediate access to them.

I believe the Habs are also doing this.

They will have an advantage on acquisitions in-season.

jp

Forgive me if I’m missing something obvious here, but the Leafs have multiple players on LTIR. So how can they accrue cap space with these daily moves?

OriginalPouzar

They can’t right now given the three hurt players on LTIR but they were able to earlier in the season and they will be able to again once these guys are activated – they are not out for the season.

OriginalPouzar

Is it a good thing when a team’s owner takes to twitter to:

1) tell the fan-base not to over-react and that everything is going to be OK

2) provide excuses for the start (short camp, no exhibition, no much practice time and many new players)

3) give the coach and GM a vote of confidence

4) single out a recent first round pick, who continues to come up short of expectations and is meandering in Russia, as a player that will come in to the lineup shortly and help turn things around

???

Harpers Hair

That kind of behavior will damage the brand even further.

The chatter, even on the broadcast rights holder, is that Benning has to go.

If the Canucks need to sell tickets next season, they will have a very tough go of that unless changes are forthcoming.

Benning badly botched free agency and both the fan base and players know it.

€√¥£€^$

I am not on twitter, so I don’t understand.

Who tweeted, I will guess that this is the Canucks?

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OriginalPouzar

I didn’t know an article was written – i saw the tweets right on twitter and my smile grew larger and larger with each tweet in the thread.

Sierra

Can’t complain about certain posters discussing non-Oiler matters now.

maudite

I dont think there is any reason to complain or honestly negative click when poster is not being absurd.

I like interesting general NHL discussions personally. Its just the superfluous, illogical anti oiler vitriol that is intolerable.

Harpers Hair

You are of course allowed to define what you think is superfluous, illogical or vitriol.

That doesn’t mean you’re right.

maudite

Ha

Thankfully your inconsistent logic fallacies, unreasonably applied negatively towards all things oiler, are often akin to a blind 3 year old trying to colour between the lines.

Not neccessary to stretch very often when making those judgement calls.

Be constructive and consistent or stay under your bridge and mutter to your lonesome

All I’m asking.

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leadfarmer

This can’t be right
i was told the Canucks dynasty was just starting?

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BornInAGretzkyJersey

Hunter I don’t see my entry from before puck drop last game, so I figured I’d try again just in case it’s not yet in the system. If you don’t mind, please put me down for a Jagr and an Eager as the tie breaker.

68 points
55 goals

Thanks.

CMcD4PM

Now let’s go Van-city skater men!

maudite

We pray to the gord!

OriginalPouzar

If the Oilers could flip JJ at the deadline, to rent a Samsanov-like player and head to the SCF, that would be aces!

OriginalPouzar

Ottawa scored with 9 seconds left to beat the Jets in regulation, 2-1.

Hogberg stops 30 of 31.

pts2pndr

Tnx. Great result for the home team.

Reja

Tkachuk clan sure does know how to deflect pucks.

maudite

I hate how much I like Matt’s game around the net when he isn’t pulling cheap shit.

I was watching canucks/flames last night and kept noticing him sliding in perfect position near goalie.

leadfarmer

It’s official Jets join Habs and Leafs in losing to Sens

Victoria Oil

Hogberg gets a win. It’s a Valentine’s miracle!

pts2pndr

😂👏👏👏👍

Yeti

Hogberg must be happy as a pig in shit

Crazy Pedestrian

The Jets have now lost a game in the last 8 seconds to two different teams this year. Ottawa and the Oilers. Although the Oilers win was much more Soul-sinking being as the goal was scored with less then 1 second left.

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Crazy Pedestrian

No way! I was just thinking about how it would be awesome if Ottawa scored in the last minute to steal the lead and game against the Jets and BAMM! They scored with 8 sec left.

good job Sens!

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Reja

Sens played well they deserved to win.

pts2pndr

Putting the pin in the voodoo doll at the right time. Who knew?!😎

Boil-in-the-Oil

Best part . . . no Bettman point awarded! Hate that stupid extra point, especially during this season of inter-divisional play. Did I mention I hate it?!

leadfarmer

8 sec left
Sens about to take down Jets in regulation

OmJo

Today I found out Mike Smith has the same amount of career points as JF Jacques. That’s the fun fact for today.

(In many more games, but still.)

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Kert

Ready to have your socks blown clean off? Smith has 18 points (1G – 17A), JFJ has 17 points (9G – 8A). And Smith even has a couple playoffs assists on top of that.

Reja

Smith is going to have to pick up the pace if he’s going to catch Grant Fuhr’s 46 points

OriginalPouzar

I remember a play JFJ made, 30 or so games in to a season – he got the puck in the neutral zone, turned, gained the red line, dumped it in and got a change – I thought to myself “that’s the best play he’s ever made in the NHL!”

Kert

Ha! I also remember a play that fits that description standing out as uncharacteristically competent. Gosh, those were some dark years.

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HH is running away with the Green Jacket.

Harpers Hair

A Badge of Honour 🙂

pts2pndr

I’m surprised you could even spell honour!

Harpers Hair

It’s a good thing typing can be accomplished without opposable thumbs.

Material Elvis

Does Quinn Hughes get one of those badges?

MushedPeas

🤣🤣🤣

Abbeef

How is Hogberg still playing? The third stringer can’t be worse can he?

OmJo

He’s really hogging the net in Ottawa.

OmJo

Ottawa has a hog-podge of a goalie situation.

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Munny

Scheifele breaks the goose egg against the Sens, mere moments after a colossal jinx from OP.

😉

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OriginalPouzar

Matt Murray is a bit banged up so Hogberg gets the start today and the Jets did not score in the first period!

That is a story!

Munny

Michigan scores on a point shot that deflects off a shoulder or something. 5 to play. Stick a fork in this one.

Munny

Holloway screams down the left wing and rips one at the net but it deflects over top. Then he fed Caufield cross ice for another rush chance and then Dylan fires a good, hard shot from the point that Caufield misses the tip on.

Finally a determined smart shift.

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Munny

Holloway with a little more of an eventful shift… a giveaway on his own goal line, but they stave off the chance… later he just misses a tip in the crease on a point shot.

Munny

Holloway and Caufield take a rare shift together but missed passes thwart their effort.

Munny

Well, Hobey favourite Caufield and his 7 game goal-scoring streak don’t have a shot on net yet this game. Closest he came was a fan on a one-timer.

Bordeleau has been the best player on the ice. De St. Phalle for the Badgers. Top 6 forwards on Wisconsin are not playing smart, supportive hockey… way too loose and O-cheaty.

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pts2pndr

Is O-cheaty a word. Perfectly descriptive! 😉

Tarkus

Like a philandering Irishman.

OriginalPouzar

What a dominating 2nd period for Michigan – after 3 weeks off they found their game and popped 4 goals.

Munny

4-1 Michigan. Morgan with a good shot but again the goalie didn’t really challenge the shooter. Coach leaves him in though

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Munny

Ciccolini puts Michigan up 3-1. Holloway took another minus.

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