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Two Chicago Wolves Games to Be Broadcast on NHL Network


November 8, 2017

A pair of Chicago Wolves home games will be telecast by the NHL Network as part of the American Hockey League’s largest slate of games on the network to date.

When the Wolves host the Milwaukee Admirals on Sunday, Dec. 17, and the Cleveland Monsters on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Allstate Arena, the NHL Network will carry the Wolves’ production conducted by executive producer Ron Storto and voiced by play-by-play announcer Jason Shaver and color analyst Bill Gardner.

The Wolves contests are part of an initial 10-game package that has potential to grow as the AHL’s 82nd season goes on. The first NHL Network broadcast will occur on Sunday, Nov. 19, when the Toronto Marlies host the Syracuse Crunch.

“As the home to the top prospects for all 31 National Hockey League teams, we are excited to be teaming with NHL Network to showcase the excitement, skill and energy of American Hockey League action to our fans across the United States,” said David Andrews, AHL President and Chief Executive Officer.

On Saturday and Sunday, the Wolves are hosting Military Appreciation Weekend at Allstate Arena to honor veterans as well as current servicemen and servicewomen and their families. To learn more, visit ChicagoWolves.comor call 1-800-THE-WOLVES.

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