Wolves Fall To IceHogsThe Chicago Wolves pulled within one goal late in the third period but couldn’t find the equalizer as the Rockford IceHogs earned the 3-2 win.
Wolves Win Streak Snapped By Oklahoma CityThe Chicago Wolves surrendered two power-play goals and couldn’t crack Oklahoma City Barons goaltender Martin Gerber until late in the third period as they fell, 2-1, at the Allstate Arena Sunday night.
Wolves Blanked By IceHogsThe Chicago Wolves and Rockford IceHogs battled through 49:38 of scoreless hockey before left wing Kyle Beach cracked the stalemate and gave the IceHogs a 1-0 victory before 12,053 fans at the Allstate Arena Saturday night.
Wolves Fall To Texas In Third PeriodThe Chicago Wolves saw a 2-0 lead erased by four straight Texas Stars tallies as they fell, 4-2, before a crowd of 11,626 in their second annual “School Day Game” at the Allstate Arena Wednesday.
Wolves Tripped Up By Toronto In 4-3 ShootoutThe Chicago Wolves held three leads over the course of the game but the Toronto Marlies fought back each time and were eventually victorious in a shootout, 4-3, at the Allstate Arena Sunday night.
Wolves Draw AHL Season Record Crowd, Fall To BulldogsThe Chicago Wolves drew an American Hockey League season-high 15,654 fans, but couldn’t get their offense to spark as they fell 4-1 to the Hamilton Bulldogs at the Allstate Arena Saturday night.
Four-Goal Performance Does The Trick As Wolves Trump Marlies, 9-3 Chicago Wolves left wing Nigel Dawes scored four goals to lead the Wolves to a 9-3 rout of the Toronto Marlies at the Allstate Arena Wednesday night.
Wolves Lose To Admirals In SOThe Chicago Wolves started the third period with a one-goal lead, but couldn't hold off the Milwaukee Admirals
Wolves Snow MilwaukeeThe Chicago Wolves offense ignited for five goals and goaltender Drew MacIntyre shut the door the rest of the way to help the Wolves to a 5-1 victory over the Milwaukee Admirals before a crowd of 8,523 at the Allstate Arena Saturday night.
Wolves Down Moose In ShootoutChicago Wolves captain Jason Krog tied the game, 1-1, with 2:25 remaining in regulation and right wing Darren Haydar scored in the shootout to give the Wolves a 2-1 shootout victory over the Manitoba Moose at the Allstate Arena Tuesday night.