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Craig MacTavish

Craig MacTavish. (DAGMAR KIELHORN/AFP/Getty Images)

Wolves’ MacTavish Resigns To Join Oilers As VP

Chicago Wolves head coach Craig MacTavish resigned Monday to join the Edmonton Oilers as senior vice president of operations.

CBS Chicago–06/11/2012

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Reinprecht And Lack Send Wolves To Game 5

Chicago Wolves center Steve Reinprecht tallied two goals and goaltender Eddie Lack stopped 30 shots to lead the Wolves to a 3-1 win in Game 4 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals Wednesday night at the Allstate Arena.

04/25/2012

(Credit: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves)

Wolves Stay Alive With 3-2 Win In Game 3

The Chicago Wolves jumped out to a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of play and staved off elimination with a 3-2 win over the San Antonio Rampage in Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals Tuesday night at the Allstate Arena.

04/24/2012

Chicago Wolves

Wolves Rally Falls Short, Rampage Win Game 2

The Chicago Wolves bagged two goals in the third period, but couldn’t find the equalizer as they fell 4-3 to the San Antonio Rampage in Game 2 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals Saturday night at the AT&T Center.

04/22/2012

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Wolves Fall To Admirals 2-1 In Overtime

The Chicago Wolves tied the score late in the third, but Milwaukee grabbed the overtime winner to earn the extra point in a 2-1 Amtrak Rivalry contest Saturday night before 15,719 fans at the Allstate Arena.

04/15/2012

Chicago Wolves players celebrate a first period goal against the Houston Aeros on March 25, 2012. (Credit: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves)

Wolves Remain In First With 4-1 Victory Over Aeros

Mark Mancari’s go-ahead power-play goal in the second period held up as the game-winner as the Chicago Wolves worked for a 4-1 win over Houston on Sunday afternoon before 9,516 fans at Allstate Arena.

03/25/2012

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Plenty Of Shots For Wolves, But No Win

The Chicago Wolves tied their season-high with 39 shots Wednesday night, but Peoria earned the 3-1 victory in a Midwest Division showdown at Allstate Arena.

03/14/2012

(Credit: Dale Woltman/Chicago Wolves)

Wolves Stunned By Rampage In 3rd Period, Lose 2-1

The Chicago Wolves surrendered two third-period goals to the San Antonio Rampage and dropped their fourth straight game 2-1 Wednesday night at the Allstate Arena.

02/29/2012

(Photo by Steve Woltmann/Chicago Wolves)

Wolves Sweep Homestand Vs. Charlotte

Less than 24 hours after the Chicago Wolves needed a shootout to solve a scoreless game with Charlotte, goals occurred early and often Sunday afternoon as the Wolves prevailed 6-3 before 10,731 fans at the Allstate Arena.

02/19/2012

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Sweatt Lifts Wolves To Overtime Win

Left wing Bill Sweatt flew into the offensive zone and whistled a shot past Grand Rapids goaltender Tom McCollum’s glove 18 seconds into overtime to give the Chicago Wolves a 4-3 victory Wednesday night at Allstate Arena.

02/15/2012

Jordan Schroeder fights with Rockford's Brian Fahey. (Photo by Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves)

Mancari’s Pair Leads Wolves Past Rockford

Mark Mancari bagged two third-period markers in 57 seconds to give the Wolves a 4-2 Illinois Lottery Cup victory in their third “School Day Game” Wednesday afternoon at the Allstate Arena.

CBS Chicago–01/11/2012

Chicago Wolves

Wolves Not Looking For Rivalry With Blackhawks, Despite New Ties To Canucks

The Chicago Blackhawks don’t really look at the minor league Chicago Wolves as a rival in the local hockey marketplace, but as CBS 2’s Jill Carlson reports, that might change now that the Wovles are an affiliate of the hated Vancouver Canucks.

CBS 2–11/03/2011

Craig MacTavish. (DAGMAR KIELHORN/AFP/Getty Images)

Wolves Name MacTavish New Head Coach

MacTavish is the eighth head coach in Wolves history and the first since the team agreed to an affiliation with the Vancouver Canucks.

CBS Chicago–08/01/2011