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Kolzig says injured Ams will try to play Sunday

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - Mitch Fadden, Jarret Toll, and Jason Reese will try to play Game 6 Sunday night in Kelowna. That's according to co-owner Olaf Kolzig. Kolzig, who is on the Toronto Maple Leaf's injured reserve list, has been at each of the five games in the series so far.
"Last night was a case of us being beat up," he said. "Three of our top players are out of the lineup.  From what I hear, those three players that we missed are gonna try and make it into the lineup tomorrow night. They realize it's do or die for us.  I commend them on their courage to try and come back tomorrow night."
If the Ams win Game 6 Sunday night in Kelowna, Game 7 would be Tuesday night in Kennewick. The winner of the series face either Spokane or Vancouver in the Conference Finals.
Kolzig was also in the Tri-Cities to support the Responding to Autism Event, which is sponsored by the Carson Kolzig Foundation. Carson is Olaf's son, who suffers form the disorder.