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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Milwaukee Admirals - 3/8/13, 5:00PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (28-18-4-3)

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Milwaukee Admirals (26-24-3-3)

BMO Harris Bradley Center - Milwaukee, Wisconsin

March 8, 2013

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 48 GP, 17 goals, 25 assists, 42 points

Brett Sterling - 32 GP, 15 goals, 13 assists, 28 points

Andrew Ebbett - 34 GP, 9 goals, 19 assists, 28 points

Andrew Gordon - 42 GP, 14 goals, 10 assists, 24 points

Bill Sweatt - 45 GP, 12 goals, 12 assists, 24 points

Milwaukee Admirals scoring leaders:

Taylor Beck - 46 GP, 11 goals, 27 assists, 38 points

Chris Mueller - 53 GP, 18 goals, 16 assists, 34 points

Austin Watson - 56 GP, 16 goals, 12 assists, 28 points

Michael Latta - 56 GP, 6 goals, 21 assists, 27 points

Victor Bartley - 54 GP, 7 goals, 19 assists, 26 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (16-15-2, 2.33 GAA, .922 Save%, 5 shutouts)

Milwaukee: Jeremy Smith (16-19-3, 2.83 GAA, .905 Save%, 1 shutout)

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Lineup notes: Climie is making his 12th straight start for the Wolves.....On the blueline, Polasek comes out and Connauton draws back in.

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Andrew Ebbett has points in 8 straight games, the longest current points streak in the AHL. Say what you want about Ebbett, but there's a reason Gillis didn't want to lose him. He's a valuable asset for the farm team. Having great AHL players in your organization can only be a good thing for your prospects in the AHL.

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Kevin Henderson scores to give the Admirals the early lead.

1-0 Admirals.

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Unfortunately, it appears that Rodin is injured again. He tripped and fell awkwardly into the boards and cannot put any weight on his leg now.

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Derek Joslin and Brad Winchester get coinciding minors. 4 on 4 hockey now.

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Unfortunately, it appears that Rodin is injured again. He tripped and fell awkwardly into the boards and cannot put any weight on his leg now.

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Scores!! Former Milwaukee Admiral Mark Matheson took a lucky bounce off a skate and put it right in the back of the net to tie the game for the Wolves.

1-1.

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I can't believe the luck this team has had with prospects getting injured, suspended, benched, or cut from their team.

If they had taken Rodin in the first round, it would have been a disaster. People already complain enough about Schroeder...

This is why I would have no problem trading a second round pick at the deadline. I mean, would anyone really care if we traded a player like Sauve, Rodin, or Mallet for a good rental?

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Pinizzotto just made a nice feed to Longpre, forcing Smith to make a great save on Longpre, but then took a penalty. Admirals to the PP.

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Personally, I would rather the Canucks just improve their 2nd round drafting than trade the picks.

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Wolves kill penalty and hold the Admirals to 1 for 23 on the PP in the season series.

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Jarvinen takes a boarding penalty and the Wolves will go to the PP to end this 1st period.

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End of 1st. 1-1.

Shots:15-14 Admirals

1st period scoring:

MIL Henderson 13 (Latta) 2:40

CHI Matheson 5 (Kattelus, Sweatt) 9:47

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