31 October 2014

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from the Amtrak Rivalry game against Milwaukee and the Illinois Lottery cup game in Rockford.

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Of the 23 players on the Chicago Wolves roster Thursday afternoon, defenseman Chris Butler is the only one who spent more time in the National Hockey League last season than John McCarthy.

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24 October 2014

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from the games against Lake Erie.

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Rob Bordson gets the sense he has been pigeonholed as a defensive forward. Considering he scored just 33 goals in 259 American Hockey League games prior to joining the Chicago Wolves during the offseason – an average of 9.7 goals per full season – he understands how that could happen.

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17 October 2014

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from the Wolves home opening weekend against the Charlotte Checkers.

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First in a series on the Chicago Wolves' new players, forward Jeremy Welsh discusses his path to professional hockey and opening the season with a game-winning goal.

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The Chicago Wolves launch their 21st season – and 14th as a member of the American Hockey League – at 7 p.m. Saturday at Allstate Arena. After directing the Wolves to the Midwest Division title during his first year in charge since the 2007-08 season, John Anderson feels even more comfortable and confident as the opener beckons.

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Not long before the Chicago Wolves began preparing for the 2014-15 season in earnest -- training camp opened Monday – head coach John Anderson was asked to provide three words that best describe him.

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When hockey players meet with Chicago Wolves skating and skills coach Kenny McCudden in his home, it usually takes an hour or two until they sit down to talk. Before they do, they get a history lesson.

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The Chicago Wolves are taking the “dog days of summer” literally.

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The Chicago Wolves have spent their offseason adjusting to American Hockey League rule changes and blending Wolves veterans with fresh faces who’ll wear the burgundy and gold for the first time.

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