The Stockton Heat are looking to extend their schedule and continue playing games all the way until June. Right now the Heat are sitting in fourth place which lands them in a playoff position in the Pacific Division as they continue playing some phenomenal hockey. Their playoff push all started back towards the end of February. Since then, the Stockton Heat have only lost two of their seventeen games in regulation. With such a outstanding streak going, in the last eight games, the Heat have gained at least one point to continue their push for the playoffs and have gone three points up on the Bakersfield Condors for the final Pacific Division spot.
Through their past games, the Heat have had some noticeable records set or point streaks continued. Stockton Heat goalie, David Rittich, set a career high 47 saves during the game against the San Jose Barracuda. The Heat also continued their all-time long point streak of eight games during that game.
With three games remaining on the Heats schedule, they are must wins if they plan on staying ahead of the Condors. All three of the Stockton Heat’s final games will be played at home in the Stockton Arena.
The first game will be on Wednesday, April 12th against a playoff clinched Ontario Reign. April 14th is Military Appreciation Night as the Heat take on the Bakersfield Condors. The first 500 fans over the age of 13 will receive an Austin Carroll bobblehead. The next day, the Heat take on the Tucson Roadrunners; it is also Fan Appreciation Night and the first 500 fans will receive a Frankie the Firebird photo card.
Tickets can be purchased at the Stockton Arena Box office or Ticketmaster.com