The Chicago Wolves and Oklahoma City Barons battled for 65 minutes and into a six-round shootout in which the Wolves prevailed with a 3-2 win Wednesday night at the Allstate Arena.
The Chicago Wolves and San Antonio Rampage traded goals through the first 40 minutes of play but the Rampage were able to grab the lone goal in the third to hand the Wolves a 2-1 defeat Wednesday night at the AT&T Center.
The Chicago Wolves scored three times in the first period and held off a rally by the Toronto Marlies to earn a 3-2 victory Sunday night at Ricoh Coliseum.
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.
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.
Forward Michael Davies scored and goaltender Eddie Lack kicked out 28 shots for Chicago, which won for the fifth time in its last six outings.
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.
The Chicago Wolves scored with 34 seconds left in regulation to tie the game and then prevailed in a 10-round shootout to earn a 5-4 shootout win against the Oklahoma City Barons at Cox Convention Center Wednesday night.
The 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.
The Chicago Wolves faced the Rockford IceHogs Wednesday night and both teams were tied at two entering the third period. The Wolves broke the tie with an additional two goals while holding the IceHogs in place.