CHICAGO WOLVES TALE OF THE TAPE
Sunday, Oct. 13
Team Record: 2-1-0-0
Last Game: 3-1 W vs. San Antonio (Oct. 12)
Season Series: 2-0-0-0
Last Meeting: 3-1 Home Win (Oct. 12)
Team Record: 1-2-0-0
Last Game: 1-3 L at Chicago (Oct. 12)
Season Series: 0-2-0-0
Last Meeting: 1-3 Road Loss (Oct. 12)
• Today marks Chicago’s fourth game of the 2013-14 campaign and
third against San Antonio.
• Chicago improved to 13-6-1-0 all-time in home openers with a 3-1
victory over the Rampage Saturday night.
• Right wing MARK MANCARI posted 2 points (G, A), while forwards
COREY LOCKE (PPG) and TY RATTIE added the other markers for the
• LOCKE‘s power-play goal was the club’s first man-advantage marker
of the season; the team is just one for 13 with the extra skater in
three games this season.
• Goaltender JAKE ALLEN has stopped 71 of 73 shots he has seen in
his first two games this season.
• Five Chicago skaters earned their first point of the season Saturday
night (Cannone, Longpre, Mancari, Oberg, Rattie).
• Today’s contest marks the first of 13 Sunday home matinees for
Chicago this year; the club played 12 times overall on Sunday last
season, posting a 4-6-1-1 record.
By The Numbers
32 - Number of shots the Wolves fired off Saturday night, a seasonbest and nine more than its previous high.
10 - Number of skaters that have registered points for the Wolves
this season; seven forwards and three defensemen have dented the
score sheet through three games.
4 - Number of Rampage power-play attempts the Wolves killed off
Saturday night, the first time this season they were perfect on the
Follow The Action
Tonight’s game begins at 3 p.m. and can be seen on The UToo (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.
#8 TY RATTIE
#37 JOEY CRABB
Ty Rattie bagged his first pro
goal Saturday night ...
Former Wolves forward Joey
Crabb made his Rampage debut
Saturday night ...
The 20-year-old rookie ranked
second in the WHL with 48 goals
and third in the league with 110
points in 62 matchups with the
The Airdrie, Alberta, native also
bagged 20 goals and 36 points
in 21 postseason contests last
year en route to leading Portland
to a runner-up finish at the 2013
It marked the 30-year-old’s first
appearance at the Allstate
Arena since he piled up 24 goals
and 53 points in 79 games with
Chicago in 2009-10.
The Anchorage, Alaska, native
posted 139 points (55G, 84A) in
256 career games with the
Wolves from 2006-10 and was a
part of the 2008 Calder Cup title