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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Abbotsford Heat - 1/12/13, 7:00PM PST

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Figured I'd start a seperate thread for the 2nd of the back to back with Abbotsford this weekend, especially for people who like to leaf through these threads the next morning and maybe aren't aware that this is a back to back series.

Given the effort the team put forth last night, I imagine the lines will stay the same. Also, no mention of a goalie change on Twitter by Jason Shaver (the Wolves' play by play guy) so I assume - regrettably - that Climie will be in net again, not Cannata. Lines from last night are as follows:

Sterling - Gordon - Haydar

Sweatt - K. Miller - Rodin

Archibald - Friesen - Davies

T. Miller - Kattelus - Desbiens

Joslin - Andersson

Matheson - Blain

Hunt - Polasek

Climie

Cannata

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BTW, if the admin feels like this should be merged with yesterday's GDT, please do. I just like the format of a new GDT for every game.

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Wolves confirmations of forward lines. D pairings and the starting goalie:

Chicago Wolves@Chicago_Wolves

The Wolves will go with the same lines as last night: 29-10-20. 22-26-13. 23-36-15. 14-8-21. D-pairs are: 7-5. 25-38. 2-27.

Chicago Wolves@Chicago_Wolves

Matt Climie gets the call between the pipes once again. He will square off against the Heat's Danny Taylor.

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And the puck has dropped. Sterling-Gordon-Haydar and Joslin-Andersson on the ice to start the game.

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Haydar with a nice, long cross ice pass to the left point. He's been a frustrating player all year but I can see why he's put up tons of points in his AHL career.

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A bit of a rough PP there for the Wolves. Rodin was out there at the end and was kind of disappointing. Didn't really try to do anything and stood still until he attempted a soft pass through traffic which was easily intercepted. Rodin has skill, I want to see more from him.

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Oh God please tell me the Canucks are NOT going to do that stupid drop pass system again this year?

Chicago is doing that drop pass thing on the power play, it's useless.

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Quick update for everyone in this thread: Memorandum of Understanding has been signed. The lockout is officially over!

Bob McKenzie@TSNBobMcKenzie

NHL Lockout: Sept. 15, 2012 - Jan. 12, 2013. Now over. Officially. MOU signed by NHL and NHLPA.

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Yet another PP coming up for the Wolves. They'd do well to capitalize here. They're only going to get so many chances and by the looks of things, if that 1st line isn't going they're not going to get much offense from elsewhere.

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Rodin with a nice little power-ish move to get the puck to the net. That's better.

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Climie making a bunch of good saves. Wonder if he could get the backup job for the Canucks if Lu is traded.

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