By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
ONTARIO -- The Condors beat Ontario 3-1 on Friday night for their sixth straight win but who they face in the first round of the Kelly Cup playoffs which begin next week is undecided.
If the Condors beat Las Vegas this afternoon at Rabobank Arena, they will be the fifth seed start playoff action in Boise, Idaho next Friday. A loss to the Wranglers will mean a sixth seed for the Condors and a playoff date against Utah next Friday in Salt Lake City.
Las Vegas at Condors
4 p.m. today at Rabobank Arena
Radio: KHTY (970 AM)
Notes: Today's game is a make-up of one scheduled early this year when Las Vegas could not make it to Bakersfield as Highway 58 was closed due to snow ... In a take off from the extremely popular Teddy Bear Toss in November, today is being billed as Undie Sunday. Fans are asked to bring new, wrapped underwear -- boxers, briefs, diapers, bras, 'long johns', socks, undershirts and the like, of all sizes, for males and females -- and toss those undergarments on the ice after Bakersfield's first goal. The underwear will be donated to charities to distribute to those in need.
In either case the Condors will play Game 3 of the best-of-seven series on April 22 at Rabobank Arena
Ryan Little, Andrew Carroll and Matt Thurber had goals for the Condors while Laurent Brossoit stopped 30 shots for his 26th win.
Little opened the scoring 5:54 into the first period and Ontario tied it with four seconds left int eh period on a goal by Rocco Carzo.
Carroll scored the game winner 3:52 into the second and Thurber added an insurance goal with 2:19 left in the game.