The Wolves 3-2 win over Milwaukee on Sunday was their fourth straight one- goal decision and 31st one-goal game this season; Chicago’s 31 one-goal games are tied with Milwaukee for the most in the Western Conference but its 19 one-goal victories are the most in the AHL (19-6-4-2).
Rosemont, Ill. --- In another tight battle, the Chicago Wolves avenged Saturday’s overtime loss to the Milwaukee Admirals with a 3-2 win over the Midwest Division foe in an Amtrak Rivalry game on Sunday afternoon at Allstate Arena.
For three seasons at Robert Morris University in Moon Township, Penn., Nathan Longpre and Chris Kushneriuk teamed up to lead the Colonials. Longpre, now in his third season with the Chicago Wolves, became the school’s all-time leading scorer. Kushneriuk served as the team captain their senior year.
Michigan Apples is giving away whole apples to Wolves fans following the team’s 7 p.m. game on Saturday, Feb. 15, at Allstate Arena. Information about the apples will be available as well. Feb. 15 is also a payoff date for participants in the Chicago Wolves’ Howl for Your Health program.
Chicago posted a 4-3 come-from-behind shootout win over Milwaukee on Sunday to enter the All-Star break on a high note; the Wolves sit in second place in the Midwest Division with 59 points and a 27-16-3-2 record through 48 games, five points back of Grand Rapids with one game in hand.