The Chicago Wolves’ nine-game road trip ended Friday night with a 3-2 overtime loss to the Milwaukee Admirals in an Amtrak Rivalry game at Bradley Center.
The game-winning goal came during the Wolves’ first encounter with the American Hockey League’s new overtime wrinkle, which calls for 3-on-3 action after the first stoppage with four minutes or less to play.
The Chicago Wolves surrendered a power-play hat trick to the Milwaukee Admirals’ Austin Watson as they fell 4-1 on Saturday night in an Amtrak Rivalry game at the Bradley Center.
The Chicago Wolves held a 2-1 lead over the Milwaukee Admirals after 40 minutes of play for the second time in less than 24 hours. For the second straight game, the Admirals skated away with the Amtrak Rivalry victory, this time a 3-2 shootout decision Saturday night before 13,510 at the Allstate Arena.
Three third-period goals by the Milwaukee Admirals was enough to sink the Chicago Wolves 4-3 in an Amtrak Rivalry game Friday night at the Bradley Center.
The Chicago Wolves reeled off four goals in the opening 15 minutes Friday night and rolled to a 5-2 victory in Amtrak Rivalry action at Milwaukee.
The Chicago Wolves held a lead late in the third period, but gave up the equalizer and then the extra point in the shootout as the Milwaukee Admirals skated away with a 4-3 Amtrak Rivalry win Saturday night at the Allstate Arena.
The Chicago Wolves opened this year’s Amtrak Rivalry series against the Milwaukee Admirals on a sour note, dropping a 7-4 decision Friday night at the Bradley Center.
The Chicago Wolves started the third period with a one-goal lead, but couldn’t hold off the Milwaukee Admirals