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(GDT) Chicago Wolves @ Lake Erie Monsters - 4/19/13, 4:30PM PST

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Chicago Wolves (36-28-5-4)

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Lake Erie Monsters (34-30-3-7)

Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, Ohio

April 19, 2013

Western Conference Standings:

1. *Texas Stars | 74 GP | 43-20-5-6 | 97 PTS

2. *Toronto Marlies | 73 GP | 41-23-3-6 | 91 PTS

3. *Grand Rapids Griffins | 73 GP | 40-25-4-4 | 88 PTS

4. Charlotte Checkers | 74 GP | 41-25-4-4 | 90 PTS

5. Houston Aeros | 73 GP | 38-25-5-5 | 86 PTS

6. Rochester Americans | 73 GP | 41-28-3-1 | 86 PTS

7. Oklahoma City Barons | 73 GP | 37-25-2-9 | 85 PTS

8. Milwaukee Admirals | 73 GP | 38-28-4-3 | 83 PTS

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9. Rockford IceHogs | 74 GP | 40-31-2-1 | 83 PTS

10. Chicago Wolves | 73 GP | 36-28-5-4 | 81 PTS

11. Lake Erie Monsters | 74 GP | 34-30-3-7 | 78 PTS

12. Abbotsford Heat | 74 GP | 34-30-4-6 | 78 PTS

13. Peoria Rivermen | 73 GP | 33-32-5-3 | 74 PTS

14. San Antonio Rampage | 74 GP | 29-36-2-7 | 67 PTS

15. Hamilton Bulldogs | 73 GP | 28-39-1-5 | 62 PTS

Chicago Wolves scoring leaders:

Darren Haydar - 68 GP, 20 goals, 35 assists, 55 points

Brett Sterling - 45 GP, 24 goals, 21 assists, 45 points

Bill Sweatt - 63 GP, 15 goals, 20 assists, 35 points

Jon Matsumoto - 64 GP, 15 goals, 18 assists, 33 points

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

Lake Erie Monsters scoring leaders:

Andrew Agozzino - 74 GP, 20 goals, 31 assists, 51 points

Mike Sgarbossa - 56 GP, 19 goals, 25 assists, 44 points

Bill Thomas - 74 GP, 22 goals, 21 assists, 43 points

Paul Carey - 70 GP, 18 goals, 21 assists, 39 points

Tomas Vincour - 51 GP, 17 goals, 20 assists, 37 points

Projected starting goalies:

Chicago: Matt Climie (23-24-3, 2.46 GAA, .919 Save%, 6 shutouts)

Lake Erie: Calvin Pickard (19-19-5, 2.53 GAA, .917 Save%, 4 shutouts)

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Needless to say, this is a MUST WIN game. I'm feeling like the Wolves' fate isn't completely in their own hands either. They need Milwaukee to lose in regulation today to Charlotte and they need to beat Milwaukee when they play them for the last time tomorrow. If those two things happen, then I like the Wolves' chances.

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Losing those games to Milwaukee, Rockford, and OKC really hurt their chances. Can`t be dropping all of your games to the teams right in front of you. Would be nice to see Jensen step up and have a big game. He's been very quiet lately. Perhaps his well-traveled season is catching up with him.

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Needless to say, this is a MUST WIN game. I'm feeling like the Wolves' fate isn't completely in their own hands either. They need Milwaukee to lose in regulation today to Charlotte and they need to beat Milwaukee when they play them for the last time tomorrow. If those two things happen, then I like the Wolves' chances.

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Been watching the Boston man-hunt situation on the news so I'm just checking in on the game now. The Wolves are up 2-0, courtesy of goals by Vandermeer and Groulx. Schroeder picked up the lone assist on the Vandermeer goal. There's about a minute left in the 1st period.

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Why aren't we calling up Sweatt?

16 points in his last 22 games. Fast, two way left winger. Plays alot like Booth.

Why not try him on the fourth line? It's not like Pinizzotto or Sestito are doing anything.

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How many points has Schroeder gotten after being sent down because it seems he's been on fire since.

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How many points has Schroeder gotten after being sent down because it seems he's been on fire since.

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Vincour scored in the last minute of the 1st for the Monsters and now Archibald and Hunt have goals for the Wolves in the 2nd period. Corrado assisted on Archibald's goal, which was scored on the PP.

4-1 Wolves.

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I guess it's nice that Corrado is producing even when Jensen isn't...

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Out of town scoreboard update:

Milwaukee leading Charlotte 2-1 after one period.

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Vincour scores his 2nd of the game on a brief Monsters PP.

4-2 Wolves.

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Scores!! Gordon finishes off a pretty passing play on the PP to extend the Wolves' lead!

5-2 Wolves.

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