After some struggles flying to Toronto, the Chicago Wolves are ready to make up for dropping the first two games at home.
First, it’s important to salute the people in the airline industry and elsewhere who tried their darnedest to help the Wolves get where they needed to go in time for Game 3 tonight at Ricoh Coliseum.
There’s no way to get around the results or to pretend they don’t exist. The Toronto Marlies came into Allstate Arena last weekend and took the first two games of the Western Conference Semifinals.
The Wolves dropped the opening two games of the Western Conference Semifinals to the Marlies at Allstate Arena last week and now hit the road to Toronto for Games 3-5 (if necessary) looking to shrink the 2-0 deficit; Chicago is 2-7 all-time when starting off a postseason series with consecutive losses and 1-2 when doing so on home ice, with the pair of series victories coming in 2000 and 2002, both championship seasons.
The Chicago Wolves look to even up the series after dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals to the Toronto Marlies at Allstate Arena.
This Western Conference Semifinals series looks like it could go the limit as the Wolves and Marlies are well-matched. Both teams are well-rested as well, so expect a high-octane Game 1 tonight at Allstate Arena.