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(GDT) Chicago Wolves vs Milwaukee Admirals 3/30/13 - 5:00PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (32-23-5-4)

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Milwaukee Admirals (33-25-4-3)

Allstate Arena - Rosemont, Illinois

March 30, 2013

Western Conference standings:

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

2. *Toronto Marlies | 67 GP | 38-21-2-6 | 84 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 66 GP | 38-22-3-3 | 82 PTS

4. Charlotte Checkers | 67 GP | 38-24-2-3 | 81 PTS

5. Rochester Americans | 66 GP | 36-26-3-1 | 76 PTS

6. Houston Aeros | 66 GP | 33-23-5-5 | 76 PTS

7. Chicago Wolves | 64 GP | 32-23-5-4 | 73 PTS

8. Milwaukee Admirals | 65 GP | 33-25-4-3 | 73 PTS

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9. Oklahoma City Barons | 64 GP | 31-23-2-8 | 72 PTS

10. Abbotsford Heat | 70 GP | 31-29-4-6 | 72 PTS

11. Rockford IceHogs | 66 GP | 34-29-2-1 | 71 PTS

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

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

14. San Antonio Rampage | 65 GP | 29-29-1-6 | 65 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 65 GP | 26-33-1-5 | 58 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 59 GP, 18 goals, 32 assists, 50 points

Brett Sterling - 36 GP, 20 goals, 14 assists, 34 points

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

Brad Hunt - 55 GP, 2 goals, 26 assists, 28 points

Bill Sweatt - 55 GP, 12 goals, 15 assists, 27 points

Milwaukee Admirals scoring leaders:

Taylor Beck - 50 GP, 11 goals, 30 assists, 41 points

Chris Mueller - 55 GP, 18 goals, 18 assists, 36 points

Michael Latta - 65 GP, 8 goals, 26 assists, 34 points

Austin Watson - 65 GP, 18 goals, 14 assists, 32 points

Mark Van Guilder - 62 GP, 12 goals, 15 assists, 27 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (19-19-3, 2.35 GAA, .921 Save%, 5 shutouts)

Milwaukee: Magnus Hellberg (14-10-0, 2.24 GAA, .920 Save%, 3 shutouts)

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Lineup notes: Nothing has been reported yet, but it appeared that Andersson got injured again in yesterday's game so we may see Price enter back into the lineup. Forward lines should stay the same, given the offensive outburst yesterday (top two lines played very well). I expect Climie in net but Arniel may surprise us and go with Cannata.

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So Matheson draws back into the lineup, not Price. No problem with that, he's a steady veteran defenseman. Climie in net as expected.

Starters:

Sweatt - Longpre - Jensen

Connauton - Blain

Climie

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Lines:

Sterling - Kattelus - Haydar

Sweatt - Longpre - Jensen

Rodin - Lain - Davies

Archibald - Schneider - Desbiens

Matheson - Vandermeer

Connauton - Blain

Hunt - Polasek

Climie

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Sterling gets a nice feed from Haydar and then rings the puck off the post! He couldn't really get a good handle on the puck, though, so under better circumstances that's probably a goal.

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Sucks that only 9 of the starting roster is Canucks property...

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Connauton knocked an Admiral over and is going to the box (don't know for what though). Admirals get their 1st PP of the game.

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Cross-checking is the call going to Connauton.

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That didn't take long. Austin Watson re-directs one in to give the Ads a 1-0 lead.

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Scores!! The captain Darren Haydar buries a nice wrister using the Ads defenseman as a screen to tie the game for the Wolves.

1-1.

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Wolves coming on here now. This is a big game, with both teams being tied in points and standing at 7th (Chicago) and 8th (Milwaukee) in the conference. If the Wolves win this, they pull a way a tiny bit from the Ads. If the Ads win, they leap frog Chicago and the Wolves have to keep climbing.

Milwaukee is also on a 7-1-0 run in their last 8 games so this is no easy game for the Wolves today.

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Bill Sweatt: works hard, effective, but man does he struggle to bury quality chances. He just got a partial break and fired it right through the paint, not even on the goaltender.

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End of 1st. 1-1.

Shots: 10-6 Wolves.

1st period scoring:

MIL Watson 19 (Cehlin, Shalla)(PP) 8:54

CHI Haydar 19 (Kattelus) 14:02

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Polasek just got credited with an assist on the Haydar goal in the 1st.

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Wolves commentators lamenting about how Chicago could really use a good center. Ya think? They're centers are currently Kattelus, Longpre, Lain and Schneider. That is UGLY, even by AHL standards. That's ECHL or CHL (Central Hockey League) calibre.

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MAds have had their number over the last little while... let's go Wolves!

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Wolves commentators lamenting about how Chicago could really use a good center. Ya think? They're centers are currently Kattelus, Longpre, Lain and Schneider. That is UGLY, even by AHL standards. That's ECHL or CHL (Central Hockey League) calibre.

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Was away from the computer for a bit. Looks like the Admirals have taken a 2-1 lead, courtesy of Daniel Bang's 6th of the season.

2-1 Admirals.

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Wolves PP coming up. Cue the clutch goal by Sterling.

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