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Wolves One Win Away


The Chicago Wolves look to send the heavily favoured Western Conference Griffins home packing this evening.  Coach Green has said he will be making a few tweaks to the system as well as making a few adjustments on the line combos for this evenings affair, but he would not say for sure that we would have to find out come pregame warmups. 


It sounds as if Brett Kulak will be drawing in for tonight’s game to add a little extra stout to the defence Drawing the short end of the stick sounds to be Julius Bergman who has played well on the third pairing but has taken a few penalties and key times. 


Both Green and Stephens knew they had the horses to compete in the conference once they made the playoffs.  There was a lot of tinkering as you can imagine during the regular season.  Especially with some injuries on then NHL squad as well as their salary cap situation which kept Luke Kunin up watching with the big club for quite some time.   Since they have been healthy and have had a full squad they have been a team that no one wanted to play come playoff time as the Griffins are finding out.   Clearly this series is not over until the Wolves win 1 more game which they are hoping to do on home ice tonight.  Hopefully we are not jinxing them as we are writing this.


Key Stats: Wolves shutting down Griffins high flying line……for now


Alex Carrier – 1G, 2A, +1

Andrew Hammond – 2.49 GAA, 91.1 SV%

Alan Quine – 3 Pts, 61.6 FO%, 53 FOW



Brock Boeser – 0G,0A, -2

Evan Rodrigues -0G,0A -2

Reid Boucher – 0G,0A – 2

Garret Sparks – 2.81 GAA, 89.4SV%

Shaun Stephens

Looks like moving Patrick Brown to the top line to continue to shut down the Griffin's top guns paid dividends

Wolves One Win Away
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Cisco Valle Or is it a bad thing? Maybe two diff ahl teams would have won cups ;) lmaooo
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