San Diego's home opener was spoiled by the Roadrunners with a 3-2 defeat in front of a loud 12,467 fans at San Diego Sports Arena.
Gulls get a Saturday night shootout win over the Reign as defenseman Andy Welinski scored two goals and an assist in his return to the lineup.
Gulls defeated Condors in 5-4 victory, backstopped by Jared Coreau's 45-save performance and multi-point games froms Corey Tropp, Troy Terry, Max Jones and Sam Carrick.
The Gulls fell 5-4 to the Stockton Heat in a 14-round shootout, but erased the largest deficit in club history with four unanswered goals to earn a point. San Diego extended its point streak to four games (3-0-0-1, seven points).
The Gulls overcame a third period deficit for the second consecutive game to earn a point, but eventually fell 4-3 to the Tucson Roadrunners in overtime. Despite the overtime setback, the Gulls extended their standings point streak to five games behind Kalle Kossila's two goals.
Ontario's three-goal third period the difference in 4-2 defeat at Citizens Business Bank Arena to end San Diego's five-game standings point streak. Josh Mahura and Max Jones each scored their first AHL goals.
San Diego's three third-period goals not enough as the Tucson Roadrunners thwart comeback with 6-3 win over Gulls. Giovanni Fiore and Corey Tropp each tally a goal and assist, while Troy Terry continues hot start with an assist to extend his point strak to six games to begin his AHL career.
Chase De Leo scocred the game-winning goal with 5:38 remaining to give the Gulls a 4-3 win over the Colorado Eagles in front of a sellout crowd at Valley View Casino Center.
Rookies Max Comtois, Max Jones and Troy Terry score goals to lead Gulls to 3-2 win over Colorado Eagles. Kevin Boyle stopped 41-of-43 shots in his second straight win to close out Military Weekend.
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