Chase De Leo collected a career-tying three points (2-1=3) as the San Diego Gulls opened the 2020-21 regular season with a 4-1 win over the Bakersfield Condors tonight at FivePoint Arena. With the win, the Gulls improved to 4-2-0-0 all-time in season-opening games.
San Diego’s rookies shined bright on Saturday night, powering the team to a 4-3 win over the rival Bakersfield Condors. The Gulls swept the opening weekend series and have won five straight over Bakersfield dating back to the 2019-20 season.
Keegan Lowe capped off yet another come-from-behind victory - the team's third straight to open the season - scoring with five seconds remaining in overtime to defeat the rival Ontario Reign, 2-1, tonight at FivePoint Arena in Irvine, CA.
Vinni Lettieri scored two goals in his Gulls debut, and Anthony Stolarz stopped 31 shots to help San Diego defeat the Colorado Eagles, 3-2, at FivePoint Arena in Irvine, CA. Head coach Kevin Dineen won his 300th AHL game, and Sam Carrick passed Corey Tropp to become the franchise's all-time leader in scoring.
The San Diego Gulls defeated the Colorado Eagles, 3-2, in overtime tonight at FivePoint Arena in Irvine, CA.
The win pushed the team's season-opening win streak to five games, setting a new franchise record for the most consecutive victories to open a season.
Despite falling behind for a sixth straight game, San Diego bounced back to defeat the Bakersfield Condors, 4-3, tonight at FivePoint Arena. The victory stretched the team's franchise-best season-opening win streak to six games, and caps off a perfect homestand to start the 2020-21 season.
The comeback magic escaped the San Diego Gulls tonight.
The Bakersfield Condors scored three first period goals to power them to a 5-1 win over San Diego. It marks the first loss for the Gulls, who entered the game riding a franchise best six-game win streak to start the season.
One night after losing its first game of the year, the San Diego Gulls scored four times in the first period to beat the Colorado Eagles, 7-2, at FivePoint Arena in Irvine, CA, extending its home win streak to seven games. The seven goals are a season-high for the club, as it vaulted over the Chicago Wolves to lead the American Hockey League in wins (7) and points (14).
In a battle of the Pacific Division’s top two teams, the Gulls fell 4-2 to the Henderson Silver Knights tonight at Orleans Arena. Despite the setback, San Diego co-leads the AHL in wins (7) and points (14).
The San Diego Gulls fell 3-2 to the Henderson Silver Knights tonight at Orleans Arena. Despite the setback, San Diego co-leads the AHL in wins (7) and points (14).
The Silver Knights broke a tied game early in the third period and held on to defeat the San Diego Gulls, 4-2, today at Orleans Arena. San Diego continued its road struggles, as the team falls to 0-4-0 away from FivePoint Arena.
The San Diego Gulls picked up their first road win of the season tonight, defeating the Ontario Reign 5-4 in overtime at Toyota Sports Performance Center. The team’s rebound effort came after three consecutive losses on the road to the Henderson Silver Knights.
San Jose scored three first-period goals en route to snapping San Diego’s seven-game home winning streak, defeating the Gulls 5-1 tonight at FivePoint Arena. Despite the loss, San Diego leads the AHL in home wins (7) and points (14).
Andrew Agozzino scored in overtime to cap off a Gulls 3-2 victory over the San Jose Barracuda tonight at FivePoint Arena. With an 8-1-0-0 record on home ice this season, the Gulls pace the AHL in home wins and points (16).
The San Diego Gulls opened a two-game road trip with a 4-2 loss to the San Jose Barracuda at Solar4America Ice at San Jose. Andrew Poturalski collected a pair of assists to maintain his league leading pace with 12 on the year and is now riding a two-game assist streak (0-3=3). Poturalski leads the Gulls in scoring (14) and ranks second in league scoring, and now has 11 points in his last eight games (1-10=11).
The San Diego Gulls closed out their two-game road trip with a 3-1 loss to the Bakersfield Condors tonight at Mechanics Bank Arena. Rookie defenseman Max Gildon led the charge, recording a multi-point effort (1-1=2) to give Bakersfield its sixth straight win. Hunter Drew scored the lone goal for San Diego, who dropped both games on their short road trip. Lukas Dostal suffered his sixth straight loss, making 30 saves.
The San Diego Gulls dropped the first half of their weekend back-to-back series with a 4-1 loss tonight to the Tucson Roadrunners. Despite the setback, the Gulls pace the AHL in home wins (8) and points (16).
The San Diego Gulls fired a season-high 50 shots on goal but could only solve Oscar Dansk twice, falling 3-2 to the Henderson Silver Knights today at FivePoint Arena.
The Tucson Roadrunners used a dominant first period to take down the San Diego Gulls, 6-2, tonight at Tucson Arena. The Roadrunners scored five unanswered goals in the opening frame to lead them to their first home win of the season.
The San Diego Gulls overcame a two-goal deficit to earn a 4-2 comeback win over the Tucson Roadrunners tonight at Tucson Convention Center Arena. With the win, San Diego snapped a five-game losing streak. Sam Carrick scored twice while Josh Mahura (1-1=2), Andrew Poturalski (0-2=2), and Benoit-Olivier Groulx (1-1=2) also recorded multi-point performances to lead San Diego offensively. Olle Eriksson Ek stopped 27-of-29 shots to earn his second career AHL win.
The San Diego Gulls improved to 3-0 against the Ontario Reign this season, defeating their Southern California rival 5-3 tonight at Toyota Sports Performance Center. With the win, San Diego extended its point streak against Ontario to seven games (5-0-2-0).
The San Diego Gulls won their third straight game, tonight defeating the Bakersfield Condors 4-1 at FivePoint Arena. With the win, San Diego improved to 29-19-1-2 all-time against its division rival, including a 16-9-0-1 mark on home ice.
The San Diego Gulls extended their win streak to four games with a 2-1 victory over the Tucson Roadrunners tonight at FivePoint Arena. With the win, the Gulls improved to 10-3-0-0 on home ice, leading the AHL in home wins (10) and home points (20). San Diego’s third line provided the offense as Alex Limoges (0-2=2), Matt Lorito (1-1=2) and Hunter Drew (1-1=2) recorded multi-point efforts in the win.
The 2020-21 version of the Southern California rivalry is a decidedly one-sided affair. Six different Gulls recorded multi-point efforts – led by Sam Carrick’s three-point night – as San Diego dismantled the Ontario Reign, 7-2, tonight at FivePoint Arena. The Gulls improved to 4-0-0-0 against Ontario this season and now own an eight-game point streak against the Reign (6-0-2-0) dating to last season. The team also extended its win streak to five games.
The San Diego Gulls capped a perfect four-game homestead (4-0-0-0) with a 7-3 win over the San Jose Barracuda tonight at FivePoint Arena. With the win, San Diego extended its win streak to six games (6-0-0-0). The Gulls lead the American Hockey League in home wins (12), points (24) and goals scored (54). In addition, San Diego leads the league in total goals (80).
The San Diego Gulls collected the club’s 200th win by downing the Ontario Reign 6-4 tonight at Toyota Sports Performance Center and extended their win streak to a season-high seven games (7-0-0-0). The Gulls also improved to 5-0-0-0 against the Reign this season and own a nine-game point streak against Ontario (7-0-2-0) dating back to last season.
The San Diego Gulls saw their American Hockey League-leading seven-game winning streak snapped tonight in 4-2 loss to the Ontario Reign at FivePoint Arena. Despite the setback, San Diego leads the AHL in goals scored (88), home wins (12) and home points (24).
The San Diego Gulls four-game road win streak came to an end tonight as the Tucson Roadrunners found their way to a 4-1 win. The Gulls were unable to carry the offensive momentum they gained last night when they matched their club record for goals scored in a road game with eight.
The San Diego Gulls continued their season-long success against the Ontario Reign, defeating their Southern California rival 7-4 tonight at FivePoint Arena. The Gulls own a 38-20-3-2 all-time against the Reign, including a 6-1-0-0 mark this season.
The San Diego Gulls continued their dominance over the rival Ontario Reign with a 2-1 overtime win tonight at Toyota Sports Performance Center in El Segundo, CA. San Diego swept both games of a home-and-home series and collected victories in seven of the eight meetings this season (7-1-0-0).
The San Diego Gulls saw its two-game win streak end in a 5-1 loss to the Bakersfield Condors at Mechanics Bank Arena. The home teams dominate this season series, as Bakersfield collected its third win on home ice against San Diego this season. The Gulls won all four of their home games against the Condors.