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Holmen native helps lead Chill to playoffs Coulee Region Chill

Chill have won 2 of the last 3 against Janesville

The Coulee Region Chill, winners of 14 in their last 21 games face Janesville in game one of the NAHL playoffs tonight. 

Holmen native Justin Kendall  says they are confident they can win. 

Kendall said, "Minimizing our mistakes, playing hard and playing physical. If we do that and use our speed we should be fine." 

Kendall has made a big difference since he returned to the Chill from the Lincoln Stars of the USHL, scoring 14 goals in 20 games. 

Kendall said he is happy he can play more. 

"When I was in Lincoln I was only on the ice every other game. The GM said I could go back, or stay there for the rest of the season. I wanted to play so I decided to come back." 

Kendall said it's great playing in front of his family and friends. 

The Chill are guaranteed a home game in game 3 of the series next Friday night.

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