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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Houston Aeros - 4/5/13, 5:05PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (33-24-5-4)

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Houston Aeros (34-24-5-5)

Toyota Center - Houston, Texas

April 5, 2013

Western Conference Standings:

1. *Texas Stars | 67 GP | 39-17-5-6 | 89 PTS

2. *Toronto Marlies | 68 GP | 38-21-3-6 | 85 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 68 GP | 39-23-3-3 | 84 PTS

4. Charlotte Checkers | 68 GP | 39-24-2-3 | 83 PTS

5. Rochester Americans | 67 GP | 37-26-3-1 | 78 PTS

6. Houston Aeros | 68 GP | 34-24-5-5 | 78 PTS

7. Oklahoma City Barons | 66 GP | 33-23-2-8 | 76 PTS

8. Chicago Wolves | 66 GP | 33-24-5-4 | 75 PTS

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9. Milwaukee Admirals | 67 GP | 34-26-4-3 | 75 PTS

10. Rockford IceHogs | 68 GP | 35-30-2-1 | 73 PTS

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

12. Lake Erie Monsters | 70 GP | 30-30-3-7 | 70 PTS

13. Peoria Rivermen | 68 GP | 31-30-4-3 | 69 PTS

14. San Antonio Rampage | 68 GP | 29-31-2-6 | 66 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 67 GP | 26-35-1-5 | 58 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 61 GP, 20 goals, 33 assists, 53 points

Brett Sterling - 38 GP, 21 goals, 18 assists, 39 points

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

Andrew Gordon - 48 GP, 17 goals, 12 assists, 29 points

Bill Sweatt - 56 GP, 12 goals, 17 assists, 29 points

Houston Aeros scoring leaders:

Justin Fontaine - 56 GP, 18 goals, 28 assists, 46 points

Jason Zucker - 51 GP, 22 goals, 23 assists, 45 points

Johan Larsson - 62 GP, 15 goals, 22 assists, 37 points

Brian Connelly - 46 GP, 5 goals, 27 assists, 32 points

David McIntyre - 60 GP, 14 goals, 14 assists, 28 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (20-20-3, 2.40 GAA, .919 Save%, 5 shutouts)

Houston: Jeff Deslauriers (1-1-0, 3.51 GAA, .889 Save%, 0 shutouts)

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Lineup notes: Nicklas Jensen was just re-assigned by the Canucks to the Wolves and may or may not be in the lineup....Jordan Schroeder will also draw back into the lineup after having not made it in time to dress last game.

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After the Pominville deal - the Aeros are weaker.

Hopefully the Wolves can get the W, and try to get some distance from 9th place.

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Jensen will not be in the lineup tonight. He's joining the Wolves in Oklahoma City for their game against the Barons tomorrow.

Jason Shaver@theshaves1h

Nicklas Jensen will be joining the Wolves in Oklahoma City. He was reassigned by Vancouver this afternoon

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Yikes, the Wolves are entering a 10 games in 17 days stretch. Lot's of hockey ahead!

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Starters:

Sweatt - Schroeder - Archibald

Groulx - Blain

Climie

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clime again.....Defense is AHL players.......at least the starting lineup is our property

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clime again.....Defense is AHL players.......at least the starting lineup is our property

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Does anyone think Polasek will get a look w/ Canucks next yr? How's his skating?

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I am surprise that Sauve has not been called to the Wolves yet........his team is done now

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As I've said previously, there isn't much choice as far as the D goes. Connauton was traded, Price was released from his ATO because he had to go back to Colgate to write his exams, and Andersson is injured again. Polasek is the only Canucks drafted defenseman the Wolves haev available right now, besides Sauve in the ECHL. That's the only head scratcher.

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Full lineup:

Sterling - Gordon - Haydar

Sweatt - Schroeder - Archibald

Rodin - Kattelus - Davies

Blomstrand - Lain - Longpre

Hunt - Vandermeer

Matheson - Polasek

Groulx - Blain

Climie

Cannata

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Zack Phillips scores on the PP to give the Aeros the lead.

1-0 Aeros.

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Scores!! Schroeder's line responds right away with a great shift and Archibald scores off a nice pass from Schroeder.

1-1.

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I read that Mallet and Grenier got called up to play for the Wolves......i guess not yet?

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Can't see for myself - just listening to the radio stream, as usual - but the colour guy for the Wolves was absolutely raving about how Schroeder's play was world class. You don't hear these kind of things from these commentators when guys like Schroeder and Kassian aren't in the lineup, as much as they love hometown heroes Haydar and Sterling.

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Lain draws a penalty on the Aeros and the Wolves will get their 1st PP.

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Schroeder is on the 1st unit. Nice to see that the coach can't possibly ignore the impact Schroeder makes.

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Aeros kill the penalty. The Wolves had one good look when Schroeder passed to Sterling who got a good shot off.

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Mallet, Grenier, and Sauve have all been re-assigned to the Wolves. They just have yet to see game action.

Until the Wolves lose a couple, I don't see that happening.

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Bill Sweatt draws another penalty with his speed. 2nd PP of the game for the Wolves.

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