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(GDT) Chicago Wolves vs Lake Erie Monsters - 3/29/13, 5:30PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (31-23-5-4)

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Lake Erie Monsters (29-28-3-7)

Allstate Arena - Rosemont, Illinois

March 29, 2013

Western Conference standings:

1. *Texas Stars | 66 GP | 38-17-5-6 | 87 PTS

2. *Toronto Marlies | 65 GP | 36-21-2-6 | 80 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 65 GP | 37-22-3-3 | 80 PTS

4. Charlotte Checkers | 66 GP | 38-23-2-3 | 81 PTS

5. Rochester Americans | 65 GP | 36-25-3-1 | 76 PTS

6. Houston Aeros | 65 GP | 33-22-5-5 | 76 PTS

7. Chicago Wolves | 63 GP | 31-23-5-4 | 71 PTS

8. Milwaukee Admirals | 64 GP | 32-25-4-3 | 71 PTS

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9. Rockford IceHogs | 65 GP | 34-28-2-1 | 71 PTS

10. Oklahoma City Barons | 63 GP | 30-23-2-8 | 70 PTS

11. Abbotsford Heat | 68 GP | 30-29-3-6 | 69 PTS

12. Lake Erie Monsters | 67 GP | 29-28-3-7 | 68 PTS

13. Peoria Rivermen | 66 GP | 30-29-4-3 | 67 PTS

14. San Antonio Rampage | 64 GP | 28-29-1-6 | 63 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 64 GP | 26-32-1-5 | 58 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 58 GP, 18 goals, 29 assists, 47 points

Andrew Ebbett - 37 GP, 11 goals, 21 assists, 32 points

Brett Sterling - 35 GP, 17 goals, 14 assists, 31 points

Bill Sweatt - 54 GP, 12 goals, 15 assists, 27 points

Brad Hunt - 54 GP, 2 goals, 25 assists, 27 points

Lake Erie Monsters scoring leaders:

Andrew Agozzino - 67 GP, 17 goals, 29 assists, 46 points

Mike Sgarbossa - 50 GP, 19 goals, 25 assists, 44 points

Bill Thomas - 67 GP, 21 goals, 18 assists, 39 points

David van der Gulik - 58 GP, 18 goals, 17 assists, 35 points

Paul Carey - 66 GP, 15 goals, 18 assists, 33 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (18-19-3, 2.36 GAA, .921 Save%, 5 shutouts)

Lake Erie: Calvin Pickard (16-18-5, 2.61 GAA, .914 Save%, 4 shutouts)

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Lineup notes: No lineup changes anticipated.

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so Clime plays again........I guess no Blomstard in the lineup

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Unfortunately, no streams on usagoals or First Row Sports.

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Actually surprised that Groulx comes out for Andersson. Figured it would be Polasek or Connauton. Instead, an AHL vet actually gets scratched.

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Starters:

Sweatt - Longpre - Jensen

Andersson - Vandermeer

Climie

Sami Aittokallio is in net for the Monsters, not Pickard.

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The Monsters take an early interference penalty and the Wolves will be the first to go on the PP.

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Sweatt - Kattelus - Sterling, Hunt - Haydar is again the 1st unit.

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Not much happening here.

Beaupre of the Monsters just instigated a fight with Kattelus.

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Beaupre will get called for the instigator penalty and the Wolves will get their 2nd PP.

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With Kattelus in the box for fighting, Longpre replaces him at center on the 1st unit. Sweatt, Sterling, Haydar and Hunt are the other usual suspects out there.

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Looks like St. Louis has announced they will not be running the rivermen next season..

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Archibald - Davies - Jensen and Connauton - Vandermeer is the 2nd unit. They're doing better than the 1st unit in terms of possession, but still no shots or decent chances of any kind.

Wolves 0/2 on the PP now.

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why does Arniel scratch prospect over AHL player..........i guess win over development........we need a new coach who can develop players...... Arniel is not that

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Longpre took a shot on goal and Haydar poked it across the line, although they're reviewing it to make sure it did cross the line completely.

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why does Arniel scratch prospect over AHL player..........i guess win over development........we need a new coach who can develop players...... Arniel is not that

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They actually ruled it a no goal. The Wolves color guy is beside himself. Apparently from their angle it was definitely a goal.

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Longpre was sprung on a partial breakaway but shot just high.

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Haydar takes a penalty. Monsters get their 1st PP.

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Wolves kill off the penalty with some good work, as usual, by Guillaume Desbiens. Haydar and Kattelus then get sprung on a 3-2 rush but nothing came of it.

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