In 70 seconds in the third period, the Bulls saw the Condors flip a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 lead.
COW PALACE — Clad in swanky new black jerseys, the Bulls gave the crowd of 5,218 plenty to cheer about.
Despite outshooting the last-place Condors 42-15, the Bulls dropped the final game of their homestand Sunday afternoon.
The Bulls killed off six Bakersfield penalties while turning up the offensive heat on the Condors in a 3-1 home win.
Despite a third period rally, the Bulls would fall to the Bakersfield Condors 4-2 Sunday at the Cow Palace.
It didn’t take the San Francisco Bulls long to put a gloomy road trip in the rear-view mirror.
After completing regulation and the five-minute overtime tied at one goal each, a combined eight players from both teams failed to convert.
Two goals each from Jordan Morrison and smooth-skating Dean Ouellet sealed the Bulls’ first road win in Bakersfield.
When San Francisco Bulls head coach Pat Curcio said getting the team’s first victory wouldn’t be easy, he wasn’t kidding.
The Bulls put together a late rally in front of a sellout crowd for their inaugural rumble Friday night.
The puck — and the gloves — drop tonight on a new era of San Francisco hockey at the Cow Palace.