CHICAGO WOLVES TALE OF THE TAPE
Sunday, Dec. 8
Team Record: 10-12-0-3
Last Game: 5-2 Win at Chicago (Dec. 7)
Season Series: 2-1-0-0
Last Meeting: 5-2 Road Win (Dec. 7)
Team Record: 10-10-0-2
Last Game: 2-5 L vs. Oklahoma City (Dec. 7)
Season Series: 1-2-0-0
Last Meeting: 2-5 Home Loss (Dec. 7)
• Tonight marks the fourth and final matchup between Chicago and
Oklahoma City this season and the 18th all-time meeting between
• After the Wolves dropped their first three home contests to the
Barons in 2010-11, Chicago had rattled off four straight victories
against Oklahoma City at the Allstate Arena until Saturday night.
• Oklahoma City head coach Todd Nelson spent two seasons behind
the Wolves bench as an assistant coach from 2006 to 2008, which
included helping lead Chicago to the 2008 Calder Cup title under
current coach JOHN ANDERSON.
• For the first time this season, the Wolves failed to win their
opening game of the month when they dropped a 5-2 decision
Saturday night against Oklahoma City.
• With the loss, Chicago fell back to the .500 mark for the first time
since Nov. 9, a span of nine tilts; the club sits with 22 points and a
10-10-0-2 record through 22 games this season.
By The Numbers
6 - Number of goals scored in Saturday night’s third period, four of
which were pocketed by Oklahoma City in the frame’s final 5:05.
41 - Number of shots fired by the Wolves Saturday night, a season-
5 - Number of points center PAT CANNONE has chipped in over his
high; Chicago took 16 shots in the third period, which equalled a
last eight contests, which includes a goal on Saturday; he has tallied
3 goals and 5 points during that span.
Follow The Action
Tonight’s game begins at 3 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.
#17 SERGEY ANDRONOV
#29 BRAD HUNT
Sergey Andronov earned his
second multiple-point outing
of the season Saturday night
when he notched a goal and an
Former Wolves defenseman
Brad Hunt victimized his old
team Saturday night by scoring
a power-play goal and assisting
on the eventual game-winner.
The 24-year-old forward has
accrued 6 assists, 8 points,
and 14 penalty minutes in 20
games this season.
The Moscow, Russia, native has
pocketed 5 points (2G, 3A) in his
last eight contests, with 4 of the
5 points coming on home ice.
The 25-year-old rear guard has
bagged goals in each of his last
The Ridge Meadows, British
Columbia, native has registered
9 points (3G, 6A) in 18 tilts this