Sitting before a panel of sports personalities, 60 local high school students (and aspiring media professionals) had some choice questions for ESPN Radio’s Harry Teinowitz, Chicago broadcaster Jill Carlson and Chicago Tribune beat writer Paul LaTour.
The Wolves opened December by snapping a four-game losing streak and winning for just the second time in nine games on Saturday; Chicago, which posted a 3-6-1-1 mark in November, sits in third place in the Midwest Division with 21 points through 20 games this year (9-8-2-1).
MILWAUKEE, WI---Goaltending took center stage when the Chicago Wolves met the Milwaukee Admirals Friday night, but the Admirals rallied for two goals in the last 1:25 to send the Wolves to a 3-2 Amtrak Rivalry defeat at the Bradley Center.
The Wolves have won just twice in their last eight tilts (2-4-1-1) and have slipped into a share of second place in the Midwest Division; Chicago (8-6-2-1) has racked up 19 points and trails first-place Grand Rapids by three points.
The Vancouver Canucks have reassigned left wing Darren Archibald from the ECHL’s Kalamazoo Wings to the Chicago Wolves and have reassigned forward Stefan Schneider from the Wolves to the K-Wings. In addition, the Wolves have recalled defenseman Jeremie Blain from the ECHL’s Idaho Steelheads.
ROSEMONT, Ill.---The Chicago Wolves held a lead late in the third period, but gave up the equalizer and then the extra point in the shootout as the Milwaukee Admirals skated away with a 4-3 Amtrak Rivalry win Saturday night at the Allstate Arena.