Team Record: 1-0-0-0
Last Game: 2-1 W at San Antonio (Oct. 4)
Season Series: 0-0-0-0
Last Meeting: 4-3 Home Win (March 5)
Team Record: 0-0-0
Last Game: 3-5 L vs. Rockford (April 20)
Season Series: 0-0-0-0
Last Meeting: 3-4 Road Loss (March 5)
• Tonight the Wolves look to sweep their opening two-game road trip
in the Lone Star State as they battle the Texas Stars.
• Chicago opened the 2013-14 campaign with a 2-1 victory over the
San Antonio Rampage on Friday.
• The win marked Chicago’s second straight opening night victory
after dropping its previous five season openers.
• The victory also improved head coach JOHN ANDERSON’s opening
night record with the Wolves to 9-2-1-0.
• Forwards COREY LOCKE and DMITRIJ JASKIN lit the lamp for the
Chicago, while goaltender JAKE ALLEN denied 41 of the 42 shots he
• The Wolves handed the Stars three regulation defeats last season,
while the Stars were tied for the second fewest regulation losses in
the league last year (22).
• Chicago has enjoyed success at Cedar Park Center since the Stars
joined the AHL in 2009-10, earning wins in both its trips last year and
a 6-4-1-0 all-time regular-season record in suburban Austin.
By The Numbers:
6 - Number shutouts pitched by goaltender MATT CLIMIE last
season, which tied Wendell Young’s franchise record; the 30-year-
old netminder, who is expected to make the start Saturday night,
recorded five of those whitewashes on the road.
1 - Number of goals allowed by Chicago Friday night; twenty-six of
the Wolves 37 victories last season came when they held their foes
to two goals or fewer.
84 - Jersey number worn by center COREY LOCKE, the first time in
club history that number has been worn.
Follow The Action:
Tonight’s game starts at 7 p.m. and can be seen on
The U-Too (WCIU-DT 26.2). U-Too also can be found on
XFinity’s Chs. 248 and 360, RCN’s Ch. 35 and WOW’s Ch.
170. The game can also be streamed on www.ahllive.com.
Those away from a TV or computer can follow
@Chicago_Wolves on Twitter for live in-game play-by-play.
Who To Watch For
#10 CHRIS PORTER
Chris Porter made his Wolves
debut against San Antonio
The 29-year-old forward has
accumulated six assists and
nine points in 13 all-time games
against the Texas Stars.
The Thunder Bay, Ont., native
was the final cut of St. Louis’
training camp and has posted
24 points (10G, 14A) in
127 career NHL games with the
CHICAGO WOLVES TALE OF THE TAPE
Saturday, Oct. 5
#6 JAMIE OLEKSIAK
2011 First Round pick Jamie
Oleksiak is in his second season
with the Stars.
The 20-year-old had a stellar
rookie campaign last year that
saw him skate in 16 NHL tilts
with Dallas. He also paced
Texas blueliners with 27 helpers
and 33 points and shared
fourth among AHL rookie d-men
with a +19 rating in 59 games.
The Toronto native tallied three
assists and a +3 rating in his only
appearance against Chicago.