2018-19 Bakersfield Condors special event: Nov. 17 is Fortnite Night

The Bakersfield Condors will have a night dedicated to Epic Game's battle royal video game with Fortnite Night on Nov. 17 when the team host the Colorado Eagles at the Rabobank Arena. Those in attendance will have a chance to win an XBox One, PS4 Gaming Console and a 17-foot inflatable battle bus. The fan with the best "Take the L" dance, a popular dance move in the online game, will be put on the videoboard. 

So far in 2018-19 two Condors players have been involved in a fight. On Oct. 18, Condors left winger Evan Polei fought Jeffrey Truchon-Viel of the San Jose Barracuda at 15:58 of the first period in a 3-2 Condors shootout win and on Oct. 20, Condors forward Luke Esposito fought Steve Olesky of the San Diego Gulls at 3:02 of the first period in a 5-4 Condors loss. 

After seven games this season, the Condors have a record of three wins and four losses. The Condors love playing the Stockton Heat at home. On Oct. 27, the Condors scored eight goals against the Heat for the second time this season en route to an 8-2 win. On opening night, the Condors beat the Heat 8-1. In the win on Oct. 27, David Gust led the Condors with two goals and one assist for three points. Logan Day also had three points as he had one goal and two assists. Condors players with two points were Tyler Vesel and Brad Malone (one goal and one assist each), along with Caleb Jones and William Lagesson (two assists each). 

The Edmonton Oilers have sent two players down to Bakersfield this past week. They are center Cooper Marody and defenseman Kevin Gravel. Marody has played two games for the Oilers and five games for the Condors. With Bakersfield, he has two goals and four assists for six points. Gravel also played two games for the Oilers and has one assist in five games with the Condors. 

The Eagles meanwhile have got off to a solid start. After nine games, they have five wins, two regulation losses and two overtime losses for 12 points. They are third in the Pacific Division behind the San Jose Barracuda and the Tucson Roadrunners. Two players lead the Eagles with eight points. They are Andrew Agozzino (four goals and four assists) and A.J. Greer (two goals and six assists). The Condors leading scorer is Cameron Hebig, who has four goals and five assists for nine points. 

In more Condors promotional news, the club is promoting a new feature this season. For $50, fans can ride a Zamboni. The feature is also available for only $40 for Condors365 members. Only those who have a ticket to the game are eligible to ride the Zamboni. Those interested can fill out contact information. 

Get your tickets to see the Bakersfield Condors and the Colorado Eagles on Nov. 17 at the Rabobank Arena today.