Wolves are 4 points different than the Rangers. They will easily make the playoffs and they have improved their goaltending immensely with Pallazzese. Genovese is a solid at home D man. Lose a good chunk of their scoring but this is probably a good move going forward for the Wolves because they likely weren't going past a round even if they did upset a weakened Ice Dogs in the first round. Ballsy move for the Rangers though. Pretty high risk high reward and with the way London is stacked this year I just don't see how they possibly lose 4 games out of 7. But the Rangers sure are giving it a go.
It's hard not to like the Rangers. Best building in junior hockey and the fans to go with it. Maybe the best building in all of hockey these days. The Aud is awesome and the atmosphere is amazing.
I meant the Chicago Wolves. We were talking about whether it was better for Frankie's development to possibly finish in Sudbury by mid March, then go down to the CHICAGO Wolves and play the rest of the season there. My point was that the Chicago Wolves, would probably not make the playoffs, so a longer stint with the Rangers would be better for his development.