Gimblett brothers returning to Bakersfield

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. – Tyson returns to the Condors blueline as a second-year player, looking to reprise his role as a physical presence. After his signing on Dec. 1, he made an immediate impact with his hitting and willingness to drop the mitts. Despite playing just 50 games, Tyson led the team in penalty minutes with 152, a mark which also led all rookies throughout the ECHL, and ranked third in fighting majors with nine. He was also second among Condors defensemen with a +3 rating, and chipped in with three goals and twelve points.