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Saturday, Dec. 28, 7 p.m. Bradley Center

The Chicago Wolves didn’t return from their holiday break just the way they entered it. After winning three consecutive home games heading into their four-day respite, the Wolves suffered a 2-1 loss to the Iowa Wild on Saturday night at Allstate Arena.

Saturday’s loss restored the Wolves’ penchant for one-goal verdicts. After playing just six one-goal games during their first 19 contests, seven of the team’s last nine games have been decided by one goal.

Included in that stretch are the last two Amtrak Rivalry clashes between the Wolves and the Admirals. Milwaukee posted a 3-2 shootout win on Dec. 5 at Allstate Arena as well as a 2-1 win on Dec. 15 at the Bradley Center.

Tonight’s game starts a 33-day stretch that finds the Wolves with 10 road games and just four games at Allstate Arena.

By The Numbers

+15: Scoring differential for the Wolves at Allstate Arena (53-38).

-5: Scoring differential for the Wolves away from Allstate Arena (33-38).

13: The Wolves have succeeded on their last 13 penalty kills — a streak that encompasses the last three games. Texas’ Greg Rallo posted the last power-play goal against Chicago at 13:32 of the third period on Dec. 17.

9: In each of the Wolves’ last nine games, the team that scored first went on to earn the win.

4: Number of Wolves who have played in all 28 games this year: ANDRE BENOIT, PETER HARROLD, JORDAN SCHMALTZ, and YANNICK VEILLEUX.

Follow The Action

Today’s game begins at 7 p.m. and can be seen on WCIU The U Too. The game can also be streamed on www.ahllive.com.

Those away from a TV or computer can follow @Chicago_Wolves or @ChiWolvesLive on Twitter for live in-game play-by-play.