SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Oscar Dansk stole the show as the Chicago Wolves downed the San Antonio Rampage 3-0 Friday night at AT&T Center
Friday night's match in San Diego was going to be pivotal no matter who won - the San Diego Gulls or the Chicago Wolves. If the Gulls won, they would have a 3-1 series lead headed into their final home game of the series Saturday night, while the Wolves looked to force a game six by tying the series at two games apiece.
Unlike last season, the Chicago Wolves have used just three goaltenders to date - Max Lagace, Oscar Dansk and Zach Fucale, who have each played 22, 27 and 4 games in net for the Wolves, respectively. The Wolves have also been consistently in a playoff position this year, which is a far cry from the 5-11-4-2 start of the 2017-18 season, and goaltending has played a large part of that.
The Sin Bin's AHL Central Division writers; Samantha Hoffmann (Chicago) and Anthony Noffke (Grand Rapids) break down the Central Division and give you their picks for who wins this division.
The Chicago Wolves traveled to BMO Harris Bank Center Friday night as they attempted to extend their three-game win streak, their last loss coming at the hands of the Rockford IceHogs 3-2 in what Rocky Thompson described as one of the worst games he’s seen his team play all season.
ROSEMONT, Ill. - Great defensive play by the Manitoba Moose led to them defeating the Chicago Wolves 2-1 at Allstate Arena Saturday night in a battle between the Central Division's top two teams.
CHARLOTTE, N.C.- The Charlotte Checkers and Chicago Wolves had another tightly-contested clash in game two of the Calder Cup Final, with the home-standing Checkers looking to even the series before the series shifts west.
CLEVELAND, OH - Michael Leighton backstopped the Chicago Wolves to a 3-0 victory against the Cleveland Monsters Saturday afternoon at Quicken Loans Arena
WINNIPEG, MB - The Chicago Wolves’ losing streak was extended to five games after dropping a 6-4 decision to the Manitoba Moose Friday night...
After dropping the last two games of the Calder Cup Finals, game four was pivotal for the Chicago Wolves who were down 2-1 to the Charlotte Checkers in the best-of-seven series.