By Doyle Woody
Anchorage Daily News
CHARLESTON, S.C. – Another setback like Friday night’s series-swaying 5-0 loss to the South Carolina Stingrays and the Alaska Aces will encounter a choice they don’t want to face just yet: Gillette or Schick?
That’s because their hockey season will be over, and it will be time to pick up the razors and shave their playoff beards.
South Carolina’s win at North Charleston Coliseum in Game 4 of the ECHL’s Kelly Cup Finals, which doubled as the Aces’ most lopsided loss in 90 regular-season and playoff games this season, drove the visitors to the edge of a ditch known as elimination.