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Stockton Heat
2020–21 AHL season
Stockton Heat logo.svg
CityStockton, California
Calgary, Alberta[a]
LeagueAmerican Hockey League (AHL)
DivisionCanadian
Founded1977
Home arenaStockton Arena
Scotiabank Saddledome[a]
Colors       
Owner(s)Calgary Sports and Entertainment
(N. Murray Edwards, chairman)
General managerBrad Pascall
Head coachCail MacLean
MediaThe Record
1280 AM KWSX
AHL.TV (Internet)
AffiliatesCalgary Flames (NHL)
Kansas City Mavericks (ECHL)
Franchise history
1977–1987Maine Mariners
1987–1993Utica Devils
1993–2003Saint John Flames
2005–2007Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben Knights
2007–2009Quad City Flames
2009–2014Abbotsford Heat
2014–2015Adirondack Flames
2015–presentStockton Heat

The Stockton Heat are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League (AHL) which began play in the 2015–16 season. The team is based in Stockton, California, and is affiliated with the National Hockey League (NHL) Calgary Flames. The Heat plays its home games at Stockton Arena. It is a relocation of the Adirondack Flames, joining four other relocated AHL franchises in California that formed the basis for a Pacific Division. Due to the border restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, the team plays home games at the home arena of the parent team in Calgary, Alberta, at the Scotiabank Saddledome for at least the 2020–21 season.

The Heat replaced the ECHL's Stockton Thunder, which played from 2005 until 2015, after which they moved to Glens Falls, New York, where the franchise became the Adirondack Thunder.

History

On January 29, 2015, the Calgary Flames announced that they would be moving their AHL affiliate, the Adirondack Flames, to Stockton as one of five charter members of the AHL's new Pacific Division. The team held a name-the-team contest[1] and announced the five finalists as the Blaze, Fire, Heat, Inferno and Scorch on February 24, 2015.[2] The winning name was announced by the Calgary Flames on March 11.

In support of the new division's first season, the AHL played an outdoor game hosted by the Heat. The game, called the Golden State Hockey Rush, was the first AHL outdoor game to be held in California at Raley Field in West Sacramento on December 18, 2015. The Heat defeated the Bakersfield Condors 3–2 in front of 9,357 fans.[3]

The 2019–20 AHL season was curtailed by the COVID-19 pandemic while Stockton was in third place in the Pacific Division and no playoffs were held. The Heat's initial five-year lease with the city to use Stockton Arena expired, but a one-season extension was signed in February 2020.[4] The start of the 2020–21 AHL season was then postponed and eventually led to the creation of temporary Canadian Division due to border crossing restrictions amidst the ongoing pandemic. Due to the Heat being separated from its parent team by the border, the team was relocated for the shortened season to Calgary and shares the Flames' home arena, the Scotiabank Saddledome.[5]

Season-by-season results

Regular season Playoffs
Season GP W L OTL SOL Pts PCT GF GA Standing Year 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Finals
2015–16 68 32 32 2 2 68 .500 194 224 6th, Pacific 2016 Did not qualify
2016–17 68 34 25 7 2 77 .566 212 192 4th, Pacific 2017 L, 2–3, SJ
2017–18 68 34 28 2 4 74 .544 211 204 6th, Pacific 2018 Did not qualify
2018–19 68 31 31 4 2 68 .500 235 252 6th, Pacific 2019 Did not qualify
2019–20 55 30 17 4 4 68 .618 194 170 3rd, Pacific 2020 Season cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Players

Current roster

Updated February 23, 2021.[6]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace Contract
44 Canada Colton Beck LW L 30 2021 Langley, British Columbia Heat
1 Canada Louis Domingue G R 28 2021 Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec Flames
22 Canada Giorgio Estephan C R 24 2020 Edmonton, Alberta Heat
20 Canada Alex Gallant LW L 28 2019 Summerside, Prince Edward Island Heat
42 Canada Rob Hamilton D L 27 2018 Calgary, Alberta Heat
41 Canada Rory Kerins C L 18 2021 Caledon, Ontario Heat
7 Canada Noah King D L 21 2020 Winnipeg, Manitoba Heat
23 Canada Justin Kirkland LW L 24 2019 Camrose, Alberta Flames
30 Canada Hayden Lavigne G L 24 2021 Brampton, Ontario Heat
14 Sweden Carl-Johan Lerby D L 23 2021 Malmö, Sweden Flames
8 Canada Zac Leslie D L 27 2019 Ottawa, Ontario Heat
2 United States Connor Mackey D L 24 2021 Tower Lakes, Illinois Flames
3 Canada Greg Moro D R 25 2020 Edmonton, Alberta Heat
6 Canada Alex Petrovic D R 28 2021 Edmonton, Alberta Flames
46 Norway Emilio Pettersen C L 20 2021 Manglerud, Norway Flames
11 Canada Matthew Phillips RW R 22 2018 Calgary, Alberta Flames
39 Canada Luke Philp C R 25 2019 Canmore, Alberta Flames
5 United States Colton Poolman D L 25 2021 East Grand Forks, Minnesota Flames
24 Slovakia Martin Pospisil C L 21 2019 Zvolen, Slovakia Flames
29 Slovakia Adam Ruzicka C L 21 2019 Bratislava, Slovakia Flames
16 Canada Mark Simpson C L 25 2020 Rothesay, New Brunswick Heat
40 United States Garret Sparks G L 27 2021 Elmhurst, Illinois Heat
25 Finland Eetu Tuulola RW R 22 2019 Hämeenlinna, Finland Flames
43 Canada Koletrane Wilson D R 21 2020 Edmonton, Alberta Heat
31 United States Dustin Wolf G L 19 2021 Gilroy, California Flames
45 Russia Alexander Yelesin D R 25 2019 Yaroslavl, Russia Flames
47 Canada Connor Zary C L 19 2021 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Flames
17 Russia Dmitry Zavgorodniy RW R 20 2021 Omsk, Russia Flames

Team captains

Franchise records and leaders

Scoring leaders

These are the top-ten point-scorers for the Stockton Heat in the AHL. Figures are updated after each completed season.[7]

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game;   = current Heat player

Points
Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Ryan Lomberg LW 219 49 60 109 .50
Andrew Mangiapane LW 120 50 54 104 .87
Morgan Klimchuk LW 200 44 56 100 .50
Alan Quine C 79 33 65 98 1.24
Oliver Kylington D 190 28 63 91 .48
Glenn Gawdin C 117 27 58 85 .73
Hunter Shinkaruk LW 132 38 41 79 .60
Spencer Foo RW 129 37 40 77 .60
Emile Poirier RW 168 25 52 77 .46
Buddy Robinson RW 110 32 42 74 .67

References

  1. ^ a b Temporary location during the 2020–21 season.
  1. ^ "Flames Unveil Plans for Future". Stockton Thunder. January 30, 2015. Archived from the original on February 5, 2015. Retrieved January 31, 2015.
  2. ^ "Finalist Names Revealed for Stockton". Stockton Thunder. February 24, 2015. Archived from the original on February 25, 2015.
  3. ^ "Grant, Kylington and Shore Lead Heat to 3–2 Win at Raley Field". Stockton Heat. December 19, 2015. Retrieved January 20, 2016.
  4. ^ "Heat, city of Stockton agree to 1-year contract extension". Recordnet.com. February 19, 2020.
  5. ^ "Heat to Play in Calgary for 2020-21 Season". Stockton Heat. January 28, 2021.
  6. ^ "Stockton Heat Roster 2019-20 Regular Season". American Hockey League. 2021-02-14. Retrieved 2021-02-14.
  7. ^ "Stockton Heat - All Time AHL leaders". hockeydb.com. June 10, 2019. Retrieved June 10, 2019.

External links

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