Condors stop long losing skid against Ontario with a win Friday night

Condors keep slim playoff hopes alive

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Condors made up for lost time Friday night.  The team hadn't played a home game in 13 days but took to its home cooking in the team's 4-2 win over Ontario at Rabobank Arena.

The Condors trailed, 2-1, until Nicholas Tremblay tied things at two on a breakaway goal.  It was his 15th tally of the season.

Tied at two in the third, the Condors went ahead for good when Scott Freeman scored from just to the left of the net on a tough angle and giving the Condors a 3-2 lead.

Jacob Legacy completed the scoring after newly-acquired Shawn Skelley poke-checked the puck away to a streaking Legacy. 

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