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Kolzig switches positions in return to the ice

Originally Published: December 13, 2004
By Lindsay Berra | Special to ESPN.com

Olaf Kolzig wasn't unemployed for long.

Soon after National Hockey League owners locked out their players, Kolzig, a Vezina Trophy-winning goaltender for the Washington Capitals, signed on as the goalie coach of the Western Hockey League's Tri-City Americans. The WHL -- known for long bus trips and bad weather -- was where Kolzig got his start, and Kennewick, Wash., home of the Americans, is where Kolzig, his wife, Christin, and their three children, Carson, Kendall and Ashlyn, make their ...

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