In 70 seconds in the third period, the Bulls saw the Condors flip a 2-1 deficit into a 4-2 lead.
The San Francisco Bulls continued their early-season tumble Saturday night, falling to the visiting Utah Grizzlies 3-0.
COW PALACE — It all started with an Idaho goal 18 seconds into Friday night’s game.
COW PALACE — The San Francisco Bulls came up winless in a three-game weekend homestand.
Strip away the extravagance of the home opener and you’ll notice: This isn’t the same Bulls team we saw last season.
The Bulls’ split in their season-opening visit to Anchorage could bode well for the rest of their eight-game road trip.
Hockey has returned to the barn, and Pat Curcio has brought the old gang back together.
Gallery Behind the bench.
Two goals from Ryan McDonough weren’t enough to get past the visiting Thunder.
The puck drops on preseason action for the San Francisco Bulls tonight at the Cow Palace against Bakersfield.
The Bay Area’s hockey franchises have made some final moves to their rosters, preparing for the opening of the NHL season.
Seven members of the San Francisco Bulls have been invited to attend Worcester Sharks training camp.
The San Francisco Bulls announced they have signed 5-foot-11, 182-pound defenseman Andrew Eastman.
The San Francisco Bulls have announced the return of forward Christian Ouellet for the 2013-2014 season.
Tuesday was a big day for the ongoing development of the San Francisco Bulls 2013-2014 roster.
The San Jose Sharks and the San Francisco Bulls announced Thursday that they have re-upped their affiliation.
San Francisco’s pro hockey club mixed old with new in their three most recent rookie pickups this week.
At least one participant in the SF Bulls’ open tryouts next month will be guaranteed a spot in a preseason game.
The San Francisco Bulls continued to build by adding strength and experience to their front lines.
The Bulls’ roster for 2013-2014 is still in the works, but we’re getting an idea of some of the guys we will see on the ice.
22-year-old Slovakian Marek Viedensky will be staying in the San Jose Sharks family after signing a new contract.
SF Bulls hockey returns to the Cow Palace with a pair of pre-season games on Oct. 10 and 12.
The re-signing of Kris Belan, Dylan King and captain Scott Langdon is important for solidifying the young Bulls’ identity.
Start crossing the days off the calendar with a big orange marker as we count down to return of hockey at the Cow Palace.
Team captain Scott Langdon heads up the list of players fans can hope to see back at the Cow Palace.
Sweat and tears and heart were left on the Colosseo Ice as the Bulls fell 5-3 to the Alaska Aces Saturday night.
Despite a third period rally from a three-point deficit, the Bulls would fall just short in Game 4.
In the first playoff hockey at the Cow Palace since April of 1996, the visiting Aces would skate to a 4-1 victory.
Thomas Heemskerk would post 32 saves for the shutout and the first playoff victory ever by the first-year ECHL expansion team.
Friday night, the Bulls matched the Alaska Aces check-for-check and rush-for-rush. For about the first five minutes.
A whopping 6,034 turned out for a fight-loaded, penalty-heavy matchup against the third-place Idaho Steelheads.
More old teammates are returning to the Cow Palace just as the San Francisco Bulls head into their first playoff run.
It was a battle of defenses and a master matchup of netminders Wednesday night at the Cow Palace.
With only a couple regular season games left, the Bulls are getting a familiar face back in time for the postseason.
Rivalry weekend came to a close in front of quite possibly the rowdiest crowd of 3,892 the Cow Palace has hosted.
Nothing keeps you on your toes like a game that saves all the drama for the final seconds of regulation.
San Francisco’s top two scorers are headed to the AHL, just as the Bulls prepare for their inaugural run in the ECHL playoffs.
Orange & Black prove to still be playoff-bound colors, as the San Francisco Bulls found out Tuesday night.
The friendly homecoming was definitely over at the San Francisco Bulls game on St. Patty’s Sunday.
The ECHL trade deadline might have passed, but that hasn’t stopped the Bulls from making more shifts to their roster.
After dropping three straight despite playing well, the Bulls earned a 4-1 victory over the Las Vegas Wranglers Sunday.
Despite being swept in this three-game series, Bulls head coach Pat Curcio wouldn’t mind seeing the Aces in the playoffs.
Glove-droppin’ goodness dominated the first few minutes of the Bulls Friday night fete against division-leading Alaska.
The Sharks announced Friday morning they have called up Bulls goalie Thomas Heemskerk to the big club.
Before Thursday’s trade deadline, the Bulls announced they had acquired forward Nick Walsh from the Gwinnett Gladiators.
Back at home for the first time in two weeks, the Bulls battled hard to silence the division-leading Alaska Aces.
Original Bull Jordan Clendenning and three others have been sent to the Utah Grizzles.
Another fan favorite — this time, hard-working, gritty winger Kris Belan — has been dropped from the Bulls roster.
Two trades this week just wasn’t enough for the Bulls. Today they announced they picked up Dallas Stars prospect Tristan King from the Idaho Steelheads.
The Bulls shipped Alex Tuckerman and Martin Lee to Utah for winger Bryan Cameron and “future considerations.”
The Bulls and Thunder would pick up pretty much right where they left off the night before — as Stockton would rumble to a 3-1 win.
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.
There may have been love in the stands, but there certainly wasn’t any love on the ice at the Cow Palace Wednesday night.
At the Cow Palace Thursday night, the San Francisco Bulls and Ontario Reign were getting up close and personal during the pre-game skate.
Team SFBay found itself in foreign territory Wednesday night, but the hard hits and dramatic goals were very familiar.
The San Francisco Bulls capped their three-game series against the Aces up in Anchorage with a dazzling win in overtime.
The conditions might have been frigid in Anchorage, Alaska, but that couldn’t cool the molten hot competiton at Sullivan Arena.
In the Bulls’ first meetup with Alaska since October, visiting San Francisco notched a 5-2 victory over the depleted, post-NHL lockout Aces.
Smooth-skating Dean Ouellet is off to Colorado to represent the San Francisco Bulls for the ECHL All-Star Game.
The Bulls toppled the rival Thunder in an action-packed, controversy-laden, come-from-behind thriller.
Even before the Bulls signed a single player, the Matadors were ready to cheer on The City’s newest sports franchise.
The Bulls have traded forward Justin Bowers and defenseman Sacha Guimond to the Gwinnett Gladiators.
Despite a third period rally, the Bulls would fall to the Bakersfield Condors 4-2 Sunday at the Cow Palace.
The fists were flying and the icy air was churning, but it was Idaho who got the win Thursday night at the Cow Palace.
The country music just might have energized the Bulls to their first win over the Colorado Eagles this season.
He notched the Bulls’ first goal and first-ever hat trick. So it’s fitting Dean Ouellet is the Bulls’ first All-Star.
In a pre-game interview, Torrey Mitchell said he was feeling a little out of shape. Could’ve fooled us.
Movement to end the NHL lockout didn’t stop a local hockey favorite from trading in his shark fin for a set of bulls’ horns.
There’s really nothing like a little holiday hiatus to refresh a team and help get a win.
ONTARIO — If doomsday was Friday, then the day after doomsday turned out to be, well, doomsday again.