(CBS) — Chicago’s other pro hockey team is a victim of the flight delays. It’s left the Wolves in playoff limbo.

Already down two games to none in their best-of-seven American Hockey League Western Conference semi-final series to the Toronto Marlies, the last things the Wolves needed was for their flight to be canceled. And, says publicist Lindsey Willhite, it was.

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He said United Airlines automatically rebooked the Wolves and their equipment for a flight on Thursday. The game is Wednesday night.

Ever since then, the team has been looking for ways to get to Toronto with their equipment.

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Willhite says that 16 players and the Wolves’ coaches are traveling overnight. But they are on a flight to Kitchener, Ont., that lands at 2 a.m. After that, they have to take a bus ride of two hours or more into Toronto. The rest MAY go on a 6 a.m. flight, although Willhite said he won’t know till they get to the airport in the morning. Their equipment is on a third flight, that is expected to leave O’Hare at 6:45 a.m.