By Steve Silver
Las Vegas Sun
LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Wranglers stared down elimination Tuesday night and apparently didn’t like what they saw.
With their season on the line in Game 6 of the Pacific Division semifinals, the Wranglers dug themselves out of a one-goal hole to bury the Bakersfield Condors 3-1 in front of 3,118 fans at the Orleans Arena and force an all-or-nothing Game 7 on Wednesday in Las Vegas.
“We were in a corner, we had no choice but to win tonight,” said Wranglers goalie Glenn Fisher, who stopped 30 shots in the victory. “Tonight is over, though. It’s all about tomorrow now. Game Six is meaningless if you don’t win Game 7.”