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KAC secures home advantage in the qualifiers with a renewed show of strength

KAC secures home advantage in the qualifiers with a renewed show of strength

After reaching the playoffs, KAC also earned home playing rights early and could no longer be eliminated from the top four with six rounds remaining. The people of Klagenfurt walked happily in the Buster Valley. More than 200 KAC fans who traveled and created the atmosphere of the home game in Brunek managed to cheer twice within 37 seconds of the first half. Nick Petersen took the lead on the first power play with a shot, and David Mayer followed with a power play. Petersen scored for the second but not the last time of the evening after Zach Sale's call after a quarter of an hour.

In the 27th minute, the Canadian finally settled the game and scored a goal to make it 5-1, because just 54 seconds before that, Lucas Hadum had also scored after two shots off the post. Although the air was out at the time, there was another double blow in the final stage. Simeon Schwinger and Johannes Bischofberger achieved the final score of 7:1 within 62 seconds.

The veteran summed up his general satisfaction

“We also wanted to come here and show our true colors. We want to play especially the way we played in the second third,” said striker Manuel Ganal, who was delighted with KAC's next stunning success.

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