The Attack pulled off a dramatic 6-5 win in overtime last night to extend the western conference quarter-final series one more game. Kitchener leads the best of seven series 3-1.
That sets up Game 5 Friday at the Aud at 7:30 p.m.
The bad news: Last night's defensive display might be the worst of the season.
The good news: Even with the turnovers and poor play, Kitchener managed to send the game to OT.
Look for Kitchener to wrap things up Friday.
As for Radek Faksa, the Czech rookie is seeing medical staff today. Coach/GM Steve Spott said he has no further updates and can't even list him as day-to-day or indefinite, at this point.