08 November 2010

Weekly Press Notes for Nov. 8

Photo: Scott Paulus/Milwaukee Admirals


Wed., Nov. 10*
at Texas Stars
Cedar Park Center
7:30 p.m.


Fri., Nov. 12*
at Oklahoma City Barons
Cox Convention Center
6 p.m.

Sun., Nov. 14*
at San Antonio Rampage
AT&T Center
3 p.m.

*Comcast Network 100


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The Wolves have notched at least one power-play marker in nine of their 13 games this season, which includes bagging multiple man-advantage markers four times; the Wolves share third in the league with a 22.8 conversion rate on the power play (13 of 57).


--- Darren Haydar: Potted four goals in three games this week, which includes recording his sixth professional hat trick on Friday ... Paces the Wolves and shares sixth in the AHL with seven goals and leads the team and is tied for 13th in the league with 14 points in 13 games this season ... Tallied at least one point in 104 of his 137 career games with the Wolves and moved into eighth place on Chicago’s all-time scoring register with 194 points (67G, 127A) over the course of three seasons (2006-08; 2010-11) ... Notched 64 points (23G, 41A) in 66 contests with the Lake Erie Monsters last season

--- Jared Ross: Tallied a season-high three points (G, 2A) at Lake Erie on Friday ... Posted eight points (2G, 6A) during a team season-high five-game point streak from Oct. 23 to Nov. 5 ... Ranks second on the Wolves with eight assists and 11 points and paces the team with a +4 plus/minus rating in 13 games this season ... Recorded 46 points (12G, 34A) in 73 games with the Adirondack Phantoms and appeared in three regular-season NHL contests with the Philadelphia Flyers last year

--- Andre Deveaux: Registered a season-high two goals and his first multiple-point outing of the season at Grand Rapids on Saturday ... Paces the Wolves and shares second in the AHL with four power-play strikes in 13 games this season ... Ranks second on the team with five goals and fifth with eight points ... Shared first on the Toronto Marlies with a career-high 16 goals and paced the team with 25 assists and 41 points in 72 games last season; he also led the Marlies and ranked 10th in the AHL with 216 penalty minutes

--- Jason Krog: Held scoreless on Sunday after dishing out three assists in his previous three outings ... Ranks first on the Wolves and shares ninth in the league with nine assists and holds third on the team with 10 points in 13 games this season ... Ranked first on the Wolves and second in the American Hockey League with 61 assists and paced the team and ranked seventh in the league with 75 points in 78 games last season


--- The Wolves are in the midst of a season-high eight-game road trip; Chicago dropped back-to-back road tilts for the first time this season in its last two games and has recorded a 3-3-1-0 mark away from home this year.

--- Eight of the Wolves’ 13 games this season have been decided by one goal, which includes all six of the team’s victories; Chicago has recorded a 6-1-1-0 mark in one goal contests this year.

--- Right wing Spencer Machacek tallied his first multiple-point game of the season on Friday (G, A); the 22-year-old forward, who has been held scoreless just five times in 13 outings this season, ranks fourth on the Wolves with six assists and nine points.

--- Forward Michael Davies became the 22nd player on Chicago to record a point this season when he dished out an assist on Saturday; only two skaters on the current Wolves roster have yet to net a point this year.

--- Chicago has surrendered at least one power-play goal in eight of its last 10 outings; the Wolves rank 29th in the AHL with a 74.6 efficiency rating on the penalty kill (47 of 63).


--- The Wolves will host their 13th annual “Get Fed by the Wolves” fundraiser at Cheeseburger in Paradise, 1472 Market St., in Des Plaines, on Sun., Nov. 28, from 2 to 5 p.m. Players will serve as waiters and proceeds from the luncheon will benefit Chicago Wolves Charities. Tables go quickly for this event, so reserve your seat today by visiting chicagowolves.com or calling 1-800-THE-WOLVES.


Sun., Nov. 7
(at) Milwaukee 4, Chicago 1
--- The Wolves scored once in the first period, but couldn’t find the net again as they fell to the Milwaukee Admirals, 4-1, at the Bradley Center
--- Right wing Darren Haydar tallied the lone goal for Chicago
--- Goaltender Peter Mannino thwarted 36 shots

Sat., Nov. 6
(at) Grand Rapids 4, Chicago 2
--- The Wolves came from behind to tie the score twice but never took the lead as they fell, 4-2, to the Grand Rapids Griffins at Van Andel Arena
--- Center Andre Deveaux potted both goals for Chicago
--- Goaltender Edward Pasquale recorded 27 saves on 30 shots

Fri., Nov. 5
Chicago 6, (at) Lake Erie 5 (OT)
--- Wolves right wing Darren Haydar lit the lamp with one second remaining in overtime to give the team a 6-5 come-from-behind overtime victory over the Lake Erie Monsters at Quicken Loans Arena
--- HAYDAR potted his sixth professional hat trick while forwards Jared Ross (G, 2A) and Spencer Machacek (G, A) also added multiple points for the Wolves
--- Goaltenders Peter Mannino (10 of 14) and Edward Pasquale (25 of 26) split time in PASQUALE’s victory