San Antonio Stuns Bakersfield in Overtime 3-2
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (Nov. 21, 2017) – A.J. Greer's overtime goal lifted the San Antonio Rampage (11-5-1-0) 3-2 over the Bakersfield Condors (5-8-2-0) on Tuesday night at Rabobank Arena.
The Condors got out to an early lead 3:58 into the opening frame when Caleb Jones hit a slap shot from the blue line past the Rampage goaltender Spencer Martin. Jordan Schmaltz tied the game for the Silver and Black when he received a backdoor pass from Tyson Jost and sent the puck into the back of the net 8:03 into the first period.
After a scoreless middle frame, Ryan Hamilton broke the tie when he finished a pass from Zach O'Brien 8:15 into the third stanza, giving the Condors a one-goal advantage. Tage Thompson evened the game for San Antonio 94 seconds later when he fired a shot past Condors netminder Eddie Pasquale. The rest of the period went scoreless as the contest was forced into overtime. Greer landed the game winner for the Silver and Black after collecting his own rebound 2:28 into overtime and lifting the puck past the pad of Pasquale.
Greer – Agozzino – Thompson Butler – Schmaltz Martin
Blais – Jost – Grimaldi Geertsen – Warsofsky Brittain
Kostin – Girard – Petryk Siemens – Graham
Vogelhuber – Musil – Belzile
San Antonio continues its four-game road trip with a contest on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 9 p.m. CT against the San Jose Barracuda at the SAP Center. Rampage IncrediBull Holiday Deals, presented by SeaWorld, are available for purchase at SARampage.com/holiday or by calling a Rampage representative at 210-444-5554. Packages include any regular season home game and are available on the Plaza and Charter Levels in four, six or 10-pack deals with pricing starting at just $59. In addition, each 10 pack will include tickets to SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration as well as holiday-themed Rampage items. Each pack is completely customizable, allowing fans to use the full set of tickets at one game or to disperse them throughout multiple games. The 2017-18 season is presented by H-E-B and Wells Fargo.