ROSEMONT, Ill - After allowing the Iowa Wild to tie the series at two games in Des Moines, the Wolves bounced back with a huge game...
For the third time this series, it took more than 60 minutes to decide a winner. In fact, it took more than one overtime as Josh Currie ended game five nearly seven minutes into the second overtime frame to give the Condors a 2-1 win.
After taking the first two matches at home, the Chicago Wolves suddenly found themselves tied 2-2 in the 2019 Central Division Finals against the Iowa Wild.
Late in the third period, Tyler Benson scored one of the most important goals of his young professional career, sending Wednesday night's game three to overtime. Bakersfield went on to win 7-6, cutting San Diego's series lead to 2-1.
The Charlotte Checkers came into game four in Hershey one win away from a series sweep of the Hershey Bears and a trip to the Eastern Conference Final.
After the Chicago Wolves won the first two games with seeming ease, Andrew Hammond has found his groove in net for the Iowa Wild. While Chicago was the better team in game three, his 26-save game three shutout began closing the series gap for Iowa. Entering game four, the series lead was now just 2-1.
The Hershey Bears did what they were needing to do defensively to play with the Charlotte Checkers Tuesday night, but getting the result they were after was a different matter.
Check out Sarah Hobday's best shots compilation from games one and two of the Atlantic Division Finals between the Hershey Bears and Charlotte Checkers
After seven periods of hockey Friday night, San Diego did not look back going into Saturday. The Gulls, despite a mid-game goalie change, controlled all aspects of the game, defeating Bakersfield 4-1.
The Hershey Bears were looking for a better defensive performances in game two of the Atlantic Division Finals; somebody forgot to tell the Charlotte Checkers.