Friday, Nov. 6, 7:30 p.m. AT&T Center
The first month of the AHL season is in the books, and it was certainly a solid one for the Chicago Wolves, who matched their second-best start in franchise history at 5-1-0-1. Now, the team embarks on its first lengthy road trip of the year, spending the weekend in San Antonio before traveling to Manitoba (Nov. 12-13) and Milwaukee (Nov. 18).
Tonight’s game features the two top teams in the Western Conference. Chicago leads the Central Division with a .786 winning percentage and 11 points, while San Antonio paces the Pacific Division with an .857 winning percentage and 12 points.The Rampage have found success on the road, earning 10 of their points away from the AT&T Center.
The Wolves are 0-1-0-0 versus the Pacific Division, dropping a 7-3 decision to Texas on Oct. 16. The Rampage are 2-0-0-0 against the Central Division, sweeping a road series at Grand Rapids on Oct. 16-17.
By The Numbers
5: The number of consecutive road games the Wolves will be playing from November 6-18.
20: The Wolves’ penalty-kill units have snuffed out their opponents’ last 20 power-play opportunities. Chicago hasn’t allowed a PPG since Charlotte’s Trevor Carrick tallied at 15:09 of the first period on Oct. 17. That’s a run of 229 minutes and 51 seconds.
23.8: The Wolves are allowing just 23.8 shots per game, the second lowest total in the AHL.
45.5: PAT CANNONE’s shooting percentage on the season (5 goals on 11 shots), the second-highest rating in the league.
Follow The Action
Today’s game begins at 7:30 p.m. and can be streamed on www.ahllive.com.