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  1. Action from Saturday night, Feb. 25th at Allstate Arena. Iowa's Kurtis Gabriel & Chicago's Vince Dunn finish their business on the way to their respective rooms. Backgrounder on NESN.com ...
  2. The Admirals defeated Chicago in a shoot out 3-2. The game ended with Saros stopping Brett (Squirrel Face) Sterling, who should have retired. The Amtrak series so far: Admirals 4, Chicago 1 point with 10 games remaining.Adam Payerl had 3 penalties for Milwaukee, of the 9 called against them. Milwaukee gave up 1 PPG and scored 2 PPGs on 5 chances. Chicago was called for 5 penalties, with none in the third period. The Admirals looked like garbage in the 3-on-3 OT, but so did Chicago! Maybe that rule change should go back to a 4-on-4. What I didn't like about the game. In the third period, Liambas was called for boarding. Okay, he did it and it should have been called. But, seconds later and after the whistle, Barbashyov gets away with the same kind of hit on Dougherty, in the same corner of the rink! No penalty was called. I think the AHL should look into that hit for a suspension. Chicago got away with an unbelievable amount of clutch and grab in the third period and the two refs called nothing on them. Pontus Aberg was put into a headlock in the southeast corner and kept in it for at least 5 seconds as the puck slid away. One ref was 10 feet away and looking right at it. The other side of the rink had an elbow in the teeth as a way to take the puck from an Admiral. No call on that either. A Chicago player even clubbed a linesman over the head with his stick. (I believe that he mistook him for an Admiral) The man was down for 15 or 20 seconds. No call. The Chicago player was laughing about it. The linesman looked dazed after he got up off the ice.
  3. First, there is a Ferraro playing in the AHL! Landon is playing for Chicago. He used to be with Grand Rapids. Second, Milwaukee defeated the Wolves 2-1 in Chicago. Third. All three Milwaukee games and wins this season have been 2-1 victories. That may be the strangest of the three facts presented. Good luck to you AHL fans and your respective teams!
  4. From: The Chicago Wolves > News & Media > Press Releases
  5. Milwaukee has clinched their division with 3 games remaining. Tonight, they host their Amtrak rivals the Chicago Wolves. The Ads have been 8-3 against the Wolves so far this season. The series record and their respective positions have been flipped from last season when Milwaukee missed the playoffs for the second time in their 15 year AHL history. Milwaukee (47-21-3-2) has 99 points and 0.678 winning percentage versus sixth place Chicago at 31-34-5-3 with 70 points and a 0.479 percentage. The Admirals have a few fresh faces to get into the line up tonight. They have a chance to catch the Ontario Reign, (43-18-4-1) with 91 points and a 0.689 winning percentage, to be Western Conference regular season champs. If the Admirals win out, they will hit 50 wins and 105 points. On Friday, the Admirals host the Bakersfield Condors, (28-28-7-2) with 65 points and a 0.500 winning percentage, for the first and only time in BMO Harris Bradley Center history. Next season, the Admirals move back across the street to the UW Milwaukee Panthers Arena. Milwaukee finishes the season on Saturday night at division rival and playoff qualifier Rockford (37-22-10-4) with 88 points and 0.603 winning percentage.
  6. Milwaukee won at Chicago 3-2 in OT to maintain their undefeated season at 5-0, "tying the best start in franchise history" as per radioman Aaron Sims. The Admirals never trailed in the game despite being outshot by the Wolves, including 7-1 in the overtime session. Chicago (3-0-2) was the first opponent that could match the Milwaukee team speed. All of the Wolves games have been played at home versus 4 of 5 on the road for the Admirals. Next up are two home games for Milwaukee with Lake Erie and Iowa, followed by a game in Chicago and then hosting Chicago on Sunday Nov 2.
  7. The Chicago Wolves flight to Toronto was cancelled. Half of the team was rebooked for a Thursday flight. Unfortunately, Game 3 is tomorrow night (Wednesday). See www.wolfkeeper.org. The postings are quite humorous. A current Yahoo story details how smoke in a radar tower halted Chicago area flights for both O'Hare and Midway. Will the Wolves get there in time or forfeit and be down 3-0 in the series?
  8. http://blues.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=667265
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