16 May 2011

This Week In Wolves History

Chicagowolves.com takes a quick look back at this week in Wolves history.

May 14, 2004

May 14, 2004 vs. Milwaukee
The Wolves lose to the Milwaukee Admirals, 4-3, in the longest game in franchise history – 95:54 minutes. The Game 6 double-overtime defeat eliminates the Wolves from the playoffs in the West Division Final. (Photo: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves)

May 19, 2002

May 19, 2002 vs. Houston
The Wolves match a franchise record for the most goals in a postseason game and record the most decisive playoff win in team history with a 7-0 shutout against Houston in Game 5 of the Western Conference Final to clinch a spot in the Calder Cup Finals. Chicago goes on to clinch their third championship in five years, while playing in a league-high 105 games, including an all-time AHL-high 25 playoff games to become the sixth team in AHL history to win the Calder Cup Championship in its inaugural season. (Photo: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves)