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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Oklahoma City Barons - 4/6/13, 5:00PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (33-25-5-4)

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Oklahoma City Barons (34-23-2-8)

Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

April 6, 2013

Western Conference Standings:

1. *Texas Stars | 68 GP | 39-18-5-6 | 89 PTS

2. *Toronto Marlies | 69 GP | 39-21-3-6 | 87 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 69 GP | 40-23-3-3 | 86 PTS

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

5. Houston Aeros | 69 GP | 35-24-5-5 | 80 PTS

6. Oklahoma City Barons | 67 GP | 34-23-2-8 | 78 PTS

7. Rochester Americans | 68 GP | 37-27-3-1 | 78 PTS

8. Chicago Wolves | 67 GP | 33-25-5-4 | 75 PTS

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9. Milwaukee Admirals | 68 GP | 34-27-4-3 | 75 PTS

10. Rockford IceHogs | 69 GP | 36-30-2-1 | 75 PTS

11. Abbotsford Heat | 71 GP | 31-30-4-6 | 72 PTS

12. Lake Erie Monsters | 71 GP | 31-30-3-7 | 72 PTS

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

14. San Antonio Rampage | 69 GP | 29-32-2-6 | 66 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 68 GP | 27-35-1-5 | 60 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 62 GP, 20 goals, 33 assists, 53 points

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

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

Bill Sweatt - 57 GP, 13 goals, 17 assists, 30 points

Brad Hunt - 58 GP, 3 goals, 27 assists, 30 points

Oklahoma City Barons scoring leaders:

Mark Arcobello - 65 GP, 20 goals, 38 assists, 58 points

Jordan Eberle - 34 GP, 25 goals, 26 assists, 51 points

Justin Schultz - 34 GP, 18 goals, 30 assists, 48 points

Taylor Hall - 26 GP, 14 goals, 20 assists, 34 points

Toni Rajala - 37 GP, 11 goals, 23 assists, 34 points

Starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (20-21-3, 2.46 GAA, .916 Save%, 5 shutouts)

Oklahoma City Barons: Niko Hovinen (4-2-2, 3.27 GAA, .880 Save%, 0 shutouts)

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Lineup notes: Jensen will re-enter the lineup tonight after being re-assigned by the Canucks. Andrew Gordon and Ludwig Blomstrand will come out.

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Danny Groulx wires one in to give the Wolves the early lead.

1-0 Wolves.

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Also, Yann Sauve is in the lineup for the Wolves, replacing Brad Hunt. Obviously he was recalled by the Wolves earlier today.

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Is there a reason why Jensen isn't playing?

They get embarassed last game and their answer is to put in Friesen over Jensen?

I like the Sauve move, but the roster needed more of a shakeup than that. Also, Climie again = :picard:

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Is there a reason why Jensen isn't playing?

They get embarassed last game and there answer is to put in Friesen over Jensen?

I like the Sauve move, but the roster needed more of a shakeup than that. Also, Climie again = :picard:

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Is there a reason why Jensen isn't playing?

They get embarassed last game and there answer is to put in Friesen over Jensen?

I like the Sauve move, but the roster needed more of a shakeup than that. Also, Climie again = :picard:

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Scores!! The Schroeder line strikes again! It'll be Vandermeer who will get credit for the goal after he, Schroeder and Sweatt were mucking around for the puck in front of the net.

2-0 Wolves.

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So make that 3 points for Schroeder in the 3 and a half periods he's been back.

I think he wants to come back. :bigblush:

Hopefully he'll get called up after his game tomorrow.

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What the h***. Jensen not in lineup? He was meeting the team there, he was ahead of them.

I hope the Nucks can Arneil as soon as the seasons over. He's been crap. How many time has Desbiens been out there in last min of game when Wolves are own 1. Way toooooo many times.

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Kind of paying attention to this. I'm watching Canada and Italy play Davis Cup right now. Today and tomorrow could be a monumental day for Canadian tennis and Canadian sports in general.

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Why the hell is Blomstrand the one who comes out? He had an awesome game and is looking like a diamond in the rough, a guy on HF said he looks eerily like a faster Higgins.

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OT: Don't know if anyone here cares about tennis but Canada just won the 5th and deciding set 15-13 against Italy to take the match.

So, still 2-0 Wolves huh?

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Not that interesting of a game I guess, but I do appreciate the updates. I follow most of the Wolves GDTs.

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