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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Grand Rapids Griffins - 4/10/13

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Chicago Wolves (34-26-5-4)

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Grand Rapids Griffins (40-23-3-4)

Van Andel Arena - Grand Rapids, Michigan

April 10, 2013

Western Conference Standings:

1. *Texas Stars | 70 GP | 40-19-5-6 | 91 PTS

2. *Toronto Marlies | 70 GP | 40-21-3-6 | 89 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 70 GP | 40-23-3-4 | 87 PTS

4. Charlotte Checkers | 70 GP | 39-25-3-3 | 84 PTS

5. Houston Aeros | 70 GP | 36-24-5-5 | 82 PTS

6. Rochester Americans | 70 GP | 39-27-3-1 | 82 PTS

7. Oklahoma City Barons | 69 GP | 35-24-2-8 | 80 PTS

8. Milwaukee Admirals | 70 GP | 36-27-4-3 | 79 PTS

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9. Rockford IceHogs | 71 GP | 38-30-2-1 | 79 PTS

10. Chicago Wolves | 69 GP | 34-26-5-4 | 77 PTS

11. Lake Erie Monsters | 72 GP | 32-30-3-7 | 74 PTS

12. Abbotsford Heat | 72 GP | 32-30-4-6 | 74 PTS

13. Peoria Rivermen | 70 GP | 31-32-4-3 | 69 PTS

14. San Antonio Rampage | 70 GP | 29-33-2-6 | 66 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 70 GP | 28-36-1-5 | 62 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 64 GP, 20 goals, 34 assists, 54 points

Brett Sterling - 41 GP, 22 goals, 20 goals, 42 points

Jon Matsumoto - 60 GP, 14 goals, 18 assists, 32 points

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

Bill Sweatt - 59 GP, 13 goals, 18 assists, 31 points

Grand Rapids Griffins scoring leaders:

Gustav Nyquist - 58 GP, 23 goals, 37 assists, 60 points

Tomas Tatar - 56 GP, 23 goals, 24 assists, 47 points

Francis Pare - 63 GP, 21 goals, 21 assists, 42 points

Landon Ferraro - 67 GP, 21 goals, 20 assists, 41 points

Jeff Hoggan - 70 GP, 18 goals, 21 assists, 39 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (21-22-3, 2.44 GAA, .918 Save%, 6 shutouts)

Grand Rapids: Petr Mrazek (22-13-2, 2.34 GAA, .916 Save%, 1 shutout)

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Lineup notes:

Jason Shaver@theshaves26m

This might be a new season high... 6 lineup changes for the Wolves tonight @ GR In: Matsumoto Regner Vandermeer Davies Lain & Blomstrand ...

Jason Shaver@theshaves26m

Out: Schneider Desbiens Gordon Sauve Polasek & DiDiomete

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So far I got:

Sterling - Matsumoto - Haydar

Regner -Matheson

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As I imagined, newly acquired Jon Matsumoto will be the center in between Sterling and Haydar. The other new acquisition - defenseman Brent Regner - will skate alongside Mark Matheson.

ZERO Canucks defense prospects playing tonight. Matheson, Vandermeer, Groulx, Hunt, Regner and Blain form the D core. Brutal that Blain is in over Sauve or Polasek. frack off Wolves!

EDIT: Beaten to it by Squeak.

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Scores!! It's Schroeder getting the Wolves on the board early.

1-0 Wolves.

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Yup, a few new pick ups for the Wolves to stock up for playoffs (assuming they make it), and both Lain and Blomstrand in again.

EDIT: good on ya Schroeder!

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Take Sauve out after one game even though he played fine...

Arniels an idiot if he thinks taking out one of your best stay-at-home d-men is gonna change things.

We'll be lucky if the Wolves haven't completely killed Sauves confidence by the end of this season.

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Griffins answer quickly on the PP. Tomas Jurco gets the goal.

1-1.

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Zero Canucks d prospects. What garbage. UGHHHH. New affiliation seriously can't come soon enough.

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Griffins answer quickly on the PP. Tomas Jurco gets the goal.

1-1.

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Apparently Regner and Sweatt/Haydar got the goal and assists respectively...

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Scores!! Bill Sweatt gives the Wolves the lead, although the goal is being reviewed.

Good goal. Schroeder should get the assist after making the pass to Sweatt.

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Just so you know guys, the AHL site so often gets scoring plays wrong. The commentators said Schroeder clearly tapped the puck in the net so the first goal should be his.

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Just so you know guys, the AHL site so often gets scoring plays wrong. The commentators said Schroeder clearly tapped the puck in the net so the first goal should be his.

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Scores!! Blomstrand took the puck to the net hard with a power move and Matsumoto finished the play for his first as a Wolf!

3-1 Wolves.

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Awesome. 2 Points for Schroeder already then?

And two for Sweatt as well.

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Just so you know guys, the AHL site so often gets scoring plays wrong. The commentators said Schroeder clearly tapped the puck in the net so the first goal should be his.

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I don't know if any of you are listening, but the colour guy is just raving about Blomstrand and his skating and grit.

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I don't know if any of you are listening, but the colour guy is just raving about Blomstrand and his skating and grit.

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