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Megan Returns to NHL

February 14, 2017

The Chicago Wolves announced Tuesday that center Wade Megan has been recalled from loan to the club by the St. Louis Blues (NHL).

The 26-year-old made his NHL debut on Dec. 22 with the Blues against the Tampa Bay Lightning. In that contest, Megan also netted his first NHL goal while skating on a line with Ryan Reaves and Scottie Upshall.

Through 50 American Hockey League games with Chicago, the former Boston University standout has 45 points, including a league-leading 23 goals.

Megan is having a career year in the AHL, already surpassing his previous bests in goals (14) and assists (9). He also is on pace to nearly triple his previous career-high point total (23).

In other roster news, Chicago will be without forward Andrew Agozzino on Friday at Texas. He will serve a one-game suspension that he incurred for an illegal check to the head on Feb. 12 against the San Antonio Rampage at Allstate Arena.

The Wolves travel to Texas for a two-game road trip against the Texas Stars at HEB Center. On Friday, the teams square off at 7:30 p.m., and the game will be broadcast on The U Too. Saturday’s contest begins at 7 p.m. and will air on CW50.


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