The Chicago Wolves earned an overtime win Wednesday against the Utica Comets and will face the same team tonight to close out the season series. The Wolves are 2-0-0-0 against the Comets all-time in Rosemont and have outscored them 6-3 in those two tilts. But Chicago has not strung together more than two wins in a row at home this year, a streak currently matched thanks to wins Wednesday (UTI) and March 1 (MIL).

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The Utica Comets shoot into Rosemont for the first time this season and just the second time since joining the league in 2013-14 for tilts on Wednesday and Saturday. The roster features six former Wolves: Alex Friesen, Nicklas Jensen, Darren Archibald, Alexandre Grenier, John Negrin, and Peter Andersson.

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With 20 games to play, the Wolves are part of a five-team clump battling for the final two playoff spots in the Western Conference.

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The Chicago Wolves head to Cleveland this weekend for a pair against Midwest Division foe Lake Erie. The Wolves will try to keep up the momentum from a 4-1 win over Milwaukee on Sunday while the Monsters look to reverse their current fortunes (0-4-1-0 in last five) and rebound from their 3-0 loss to the Admirals on Wednesday.

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The Wolves opened their season-long, seven-game homestand with a 3-2 overtime victory over Milwaukee on Feb. 11 and they close it 18 days later with another visit from the Admirals.

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 After wrapping up the season series with San Antonio last week, the Chicago Wolves will complete another tonight as they close out their eight-game slate against Grand Rapids. The Wolves have earned nine of a possible 14 points thus far while the Griffins have captured seven.

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By claiming the extra point last night, the Wolves jumped from ninth to eighth place in the Western Conference with 60 points while the Rampage stayed in sixth with 63 points.

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After a defeat at the hands of the Grand Rapids Griffins on Sunday, the Chicago Wolves will look to use five days of rest to their advantage as they host the San Antonio Rampage tonight in the first game of a weekend doubleheader. 

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Chicago enters today’s game against Grand Rapids with the same number of points (58) as the Griffins, but the visitors hold one game in hand and own the league’s biggest offensive force in Teemu Pulkkinen. He leads the AHL with 29 goals in 43 games, which is 7 goals more than the No. 2 guy (Albany’s Paul Thompson) and 8 more than the Wolves’ Shane Harper.

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Tonight Chicago welcomes league-leading Oklahoma City to Allstate Arena. The Wolves and Barons have not faced off against each other in more than 14 months since completing their season series in early December in 2013-14.

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The Chicago Wolves enter tonight’s game riding a two-game winning streak --- their second time stringing together multiple wins since the New Year --- and look to kick off a season-high seven-game stretch at home by making it three.

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