While home-ice advantage gives the Comets a leg up, the Wolves have been very comfortable in enemy barns during 2014-15. Chicago is the only playoff team in the league with more wins on the road than at home during the regular season. Away from Rosemont this year, the team averaged 0.95 more goals per game and allowed 0.27 fewer.

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Due to unexpected logistical and technical issues, this week’s Calder Cup Playoff games between the Chicago Wolves and the Utica Comets in New York will not be broadcast on The U-Too.

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At some point in February, Chicago Wolves general manager Wendell Young determined he needed a few veterans to solidify the team’s roster and increase its chances of getting to the playoffs – and winning once there.

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The Chicago Wolves opened the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs last week, earning a 1-1 split at Allstate Arena in their best-of-five Western Conference Quarterfinals against the Utica Comets. The team now travels to New York for the remainder of the series, facing off against their top-ranked opponent Wednesday and Friday with the series-deciding tilt slated for Saturday if necessary. The Wolves are 6-1 in conference quarterfinal/division semifinal series when splitting the first two games, including a 3-0 mark when starting at home and 4-1 record in best-of-five rounds. Chicago has never lost a CQF/DSF series during head coach JOHN ANDERSON’s AHL tenure (7-0).

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The Chicago Wolves announced Monday that right wing Ty Rattie and goaltender Niklas Lundstrom have rejoined the team ahead of Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals in Utica on Wednesday.

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The Chicago Wolves announced Sunday that Jake Chelios and Gergo Nagy have been added to the roster while Zach PochiroRyan Tesink, and Dmitrii Sergeev were recalled andSamuel BlaisJaedon Descheneau, and Chandler Yakimowicz were released.

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The Chicago Wolves didn’t enter Game 2 with a plan to turn their Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica into a test of physical will.

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The Chicago Wolves and Utica Comets provided an entertaining Game 1 of their Western Conference Quarterfinals on Wednesday, extending the tilt into a second overtime before the Comets’ Bobby Sanguinetti ended it at 83:10. The defenseman’s tally gave the Comets a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-five opening round after the top-ranked squad was forced to the extra session by a feisty Wolves team that rallied from two goals down in the third period, tying the game with 1.0 left on the clock.

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24 April 2015

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from the final two games of the regualr season against Milwaukee and Toronto, and Game 1 of the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica.

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ROSEMONT, Ill. – Jeremy Welsh’s second-period goal stood up as the game-winner as the Chicago Wolves evened their Western Conference Quarterfinals with a 2-1 victory over Utica on Friday night at Allstate Arena.

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It’s tempting for any sports fan to witness a gut-wrenching loss -- such as the Chicago Wolves’ loss to the Utica Comets in two overtimes on Wednesday night – and conclude there’s no way a team can come back.

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