In a riveting game that featured early goals and multiple lead changes, the Chicago Wolves suffered a 4-3 loss to the Rockford IceHogs in an Illinois Lottery Cup contest on Saturday night at the MetroCentre.
Teuvo Teravainen could be a practice player for Blackhawks or help Rockford in a playoff push.
Goaltender Matt Climie kicked out 31 shots and three of five in the shootout, but the Chicago Wolves ultimately fell to the Rockford IceHogs 2-1 in the extra session in Saturday night’s Illinois Lottery Cup game at the MetroCentre.
The Chicago Wolves put up a fight in the third period but could not complete the rally as they fell 2-1 to Rockford in Friday night’s Illinois Lottery Cup game at the Rockford MetroCentre.
Center Keith Aucoin tied the score with four seconds left and four skaters scored in the shootout as the Chicago Wolves defeated the Rockford IceHogs 5-4 in Friday night’s Illinois Lottery Cup game at the Rockford MetroCentre.
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In a game for the record books, the Rockford IceHogs handled the Chicago Wolves Friday night with a 7-3 Illinois Lottery Cup victory at the MetroCentre.
The Chicago Wolves scored three times in the second period to build a 3-2 lead but the Rockford IceHogs notched two third-period goals and skated away with a 4-3 Illinois Lottery Cup victory Friday night at the Rockford MetroCentre.
Goaltender Joe Cannata stopped 36 shots and forward Michael Davies buried a pair of first-period goals to spark the Chicago Wolves to a 3-2 Illinois Lottery Cup victory over Rockford on Sunday afternoon at Allstate Arena.
Chicago Wolves captain Darren Haydar scored two goals and goaltender Joe Cannata did the rest, stopping 32 of 33 shots, as the Wolves defeated the Rockford IceHogs 2-1 in an Illinois Lottery Cup contest Friday night at the MetroCentre.
The Chicago Wolves power-play unit produced multiple goals for the second time this season, but those markers weren’t enough to prevent a 3-2 defeat by the Rockford IceHogs on Thursday night at the MetroCentre.
They were shut out at home Friday night, but the Chicago Wolves proved one day can make all the difference when they bested the Rockford IceHogs 2-1 in an Illinois Lottery Cup contest Saturday night at the MetroCentre.
Six players scored for the Chicago Wolves as they claimed a 6-3 American Hockey League victory over the Rockford IceHogs Friday night at the MetroCentre.
The Chicago Wolves built a 3-0 third-period lead and held off a Rockford charge to claim a 5-3 American Hockey League victory Sunday afternoon at Allstate Arena.
The Chicago Wolves and Rockford IceHogs battled through 65 minutes of scoreless hockey, but the Wolves came through with the extra point in the shootout with a 1-0 win Saturday night before a crowd of 14,505 in their American Hockey League opener at the Allstate Arena.
The Chicago Wolves tied the score at two with 7:14 remaining in the game, but the Rockford IceHogs grabbed the game-winning goal 3:20 later to earn a 3-2 Illinois Lottery Cup victory Friday night at the Allstate Arena.
The Chicago Wolves’ three-goal second period held off the Rockford IceHogs in a 6-2 victory Saturday night at the Rockford Metrocentre.
The Chicago Wolves couldn’t find the equalizer in the third period and fell to the Rockford Icehogs 2-1 in an Illinois Lottery Cup match Friday night at the MetroCentre.
Despite the presence of 15,920 fans crammed into Allstate Arena, the Chicago Wolves surrendered two third-period goals and dropped a 3-2 decision Saturday night to the Rockford IceHogs.
The Wolves gave up the first goal 80 seconds into the game to set the tone for a 3-2 loss to the Rockford IceHogs