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Aces drop a game in Vegas

By KTVA Sports 11:45 AM March 30, 2014

Expect some home playoff games

ANCHORAGE –

The Aces dropped a game against Las Vegas Saturday while on the road.

The final score was 4-3.

These teams are back on the ice Sunday, and then the Aces will be back in Anchorage with a week between series.

With the win Friday night over the Wranglers, the Aces clinched the Mountain Division in the Western Conference.

The Aces already played their final regular season home game at Sullivan Arena a couple weeks ago, but the way this season is going we should expect some home playoff games.

The Ontario Reign also clinched their division and are currently second to the Aces in the Western Conference standings. The Reign are three points back from Alaska and have two more losses.

After the Aces finish this series in Vegas they have one more road series in Colorado in the regular season.

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