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Wolves lose 4-2, Marlies take a 2-0 series lead

  ROSEMONT- The Wolves offense has been stagnent since getting past Rochester in the first round. After losing the second round opener to the Toronto Marlies 5-2 on Friday night, they struggled to find the net again in a 4-2 loss on Saturday night. The Wolves struggled in the first period, showed some life in the second, and finally found some energy in the third. Unfortunately it was not enough. Despi ...

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Wolves win 4-2, advance to the second round of the Calder Cup Playoffs

  ROSEMONT- In what had already been a hard fought first round Calder Cup Playoff series with the Rochester Americans, the Chicago Wolves needed a fifth game to finally settle things. And settling things is exactly what they did with a 4-2 victory. They take the series 3-2 and send Rochester home to start an early summer vacation. The Wolves began the scoring just 2:02 into the game thanks to forward S ...

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Wolves 4 Ice Hogs 2

  ROSEMONT- The Chicago Wolves began to wind down their home schedule of the 2013-2014 regular season on Sunday. And they did so by taking on their in-state rivals, the Rockford Ice Hogs-A.K.A. the future Chicago Blackhawks. Sunday's game was the 11th game of both the season series and the annual Illinois Lottery Cup series between these two franchises. The Wolves had dealt with a lot of adversity in r ...

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AHL Report: IceHogs, Rivermen, Wolves

With teams nearing the quarter-mark in the 2011-12 American Hockey League season and their NHL affiliates starting to adjust their rosters due to trades, injuries, or simply to bring up their top talent on the farm to the majors, AHL teams are seeing the changes as well.  Though a minor league, the AHL is a serious business in which teams want to win just as much as their NHL counterparts do.  Following thi ...

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The Growing Venue Problem in Chicago

Chicago is the third largest city in the United States.  Simple, right? We should have venues that provide that big-market capacity to boast our teams, and revenues. But we don't, and the numbers are quite surprising. America's #1 sport, Football, and #1 professional sport, the NFL, cater to the smallest capacity in the entire NFL. Can there be a correlation to why the Bears fall short and have the least in ...

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