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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack returned to hockey on Wednesday night at the Koeppel Community Sports Center on the campus of Trinity College in style. The Wolf Pack scored twice in the third period, then used a Ryder Korczak goal to knock off the Springfield Thunderbirds 3-2 in the shootout in the first of three preseason affairs.

Korczak scored the only goal of the shootout in the second round, tucking a backhander by goaltender Colten Ellis. Talyn Boyko, who played the final 29:59 of regulation and the entire five-minute overtime period, denied all three Thunderbird shooters to secure the win.

It was the Thunderbirds, however, who struck first on this night. Anthony Beauregard opened the scoring 2:56 into the tilt, finding a puck in front of the Wolf Pack net and firing a backhand shot top shelf over Olof Lindbom.

Lindbom, the Wolf Pack starter, made his best save of the game later in the period. Keean Washkurak sped into the Wolf Pack zone on a partial breakaway but was denied by the netminder.

The Wolf Pack outshot the Thunderbirds 16-10 in the opening stanza, but Thunderbirds starter Vadim Zherenko stood tall, keeping the home side off the scoreboard.

Lindbom would give way to Boyko 30:01 into the game, a scheduled decision by Head Coach Kris Knoblauch. Lindbom made 12 saves on 13 shots in his preseason debut.

Zherenko also finished his night in the second period. The second-year goaltender denied all 22 shots sent his way in

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack won their second preseason affair in less than 24 hours on Thursday afternoon, knocking off the rival Bridgeport Islanders 5-3 at Total Mortgage Arena in Bridgeport.

Bobby Trivigno needed just 18 seconds of third-period action to restore the Wolf Pack’s three-goal lead and put the game out of reach. A Zach Berzolla shot from the point was denied by Islanders goalie Henrik Tikkanen, but Trivigno was camped out in front of the crease and pushed home the rebound for his second goal of the afternoon to make it 4-1 Wolf Pack.

The goal would stand as the game-winning tally.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for the first time in the preseason, as Cristiano DiGiacinto lit the lamp just 4:05 into the contest. DiGiacinto set himself up in the crease in front of Tikkanen, earning prime real estate. Matej Pekar, playing in his second game of the exhibition season, slid a pass through the crease to DiGiacinto, who buried his first of the exhibition campaign.

The Pack extended their lead to 2-0 at the 12:44 mark, as Brett Berard struck for the first time in the preseason. Berard, who had a pair of assists in Hartford’s 3-2 victory over Springfield on Wednesday night, fired a shot through traffic from the left-wing circle in the Islander zone. The shot beat Tikkanen cleanly to give the Pack a multi-goal lead that they never lost.

Trivigno and Karl Henriksson, both making their preseason debuts, collected assi

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack completed a perfect preseason slate on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Bridgeport Islanders by a final score of 3-1 at the Koeppel Community Sports Center on the campus of Trinity College. The victory gave the Pack a 3-0-0-0 mark in exhibition play.

Blake Hillman restored the Hartford lead at 10:04 of the middle stanza, beating Islanders goaltender Tristan Lennox through traffic for his first goal of the exhibition campaign. Jake Leschyshyn won a faceoff cleanly in the right-wing circle back to Hillman, who stepped into a shot that Lennox never saw. The puck trickled through the Islanders' netminder to give the club a lead they never lost.

For the second time in as many games, it was the Wolf Pack who opened the scoring on this day. Mac Hollowell, making his preseason debut, blistered a shot by Lennox on the club’s first powerplay of the afternoon at the 15:14 mark. Nikolas Brouillard, a fellow free agent addition, sent a pass into the left-wing circle where Hollowell was ready and waiting. The defenseman fired a one-timer that went top-shelf, giving the Pack the 1-0 lead.

Despite a strong frame, the Wolf Pack were unable to get the lead into the locker room. Samuel Asselin evened the affair with just 44 seconds remaining in the period, beating Louis Domingue for the Islanders' lone goal of the contest. The marker was Asselin’s second in as many preseason games against the Wolf Pack this fall.

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PROVIDENCE, RI – Brennan Othmann announced his presence to the American Hockey League on Friday night, striking twice in Hartford’s season-opening 3-2 shootout victory over the Providence Bruins.

Jonny Brodzinski scored the shootout winner in the bottom half of the first round, snapping a shot over the blocker of Brandon Bussi to give Hartford a 1-0 lead. Louis Domingue stopped all three Bruins shooters to preserve the victory on opening night. The win was Hartford’s sixth in a row in Providence.

The Bruins opened the scoring 13:51 into the game, scoring a powerplay goal via a three-on-one opportunity. After winning a board battle in front of their own bench, the Bruins sprinted into the offensive zone with an odd-man rush. Luke Toporowski slid a perfect cross-ice pass to Jayson Megna, who buried his first as a Bruin.

Providence controlled the opening stanza, outshooting Hartford 10-8 and taking the 1-0 lead into the locker room. Hartford came out swinging in the middle stanza, however, ripping two quick chances on Bussi in the opening minute.

Bussi was sensational in the frame, making 15 saves and keeping the Bruins ahead for the majority of the period. Finally, the Wolf Pack broke through on the powerplay at 15:03. Brodzinski fed a pass to Othmann, who wired home a one-timer for his first AHL goal to even the tilt 1-1.

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – Jonny Brodzinski lit the lamp twice on Saturday night at the MassMutual Center in Springfield to propel the Wolf Pack to a 3-1 victory over the Thunderbirds in the first installment of the ‘I-91 Rivalry’ for the 2023-24 season. The win completed a perfect 2-0-0-0 weekend for Hartford.

Brodzinski, the shootout hero on Friday night in Providence, blasted home the game-winning goal 4:02 into the middle stanza on a five-on-three powerplay. Brennan Othmann, who scored twice on Friday night, played the puck up the right-wing wall to Mac Hollowell at the point. Hollowell then slid a pass to Brodzinski at the top of the left-wing circle, where the captain blasted home a one-timer for his first goal of the season.

For the first time this season, the Wolf Pack struck first in a game. Adam Edström gained the offensive zone on the left-wing side, barreling down the boards. Edström evaded a check from Dylan Coghlan and carried the puck deep into the zone. He then sent a pass to a streaking Alex Belzile, who beat his check to the front of the net. Belzile tapped home the pass at 19:26 of the first period for his first goal as a member of the Wolf Pack.

The Wolf Pack controlled the opening period, outshooting the Thunderbirds by a 13-7 margin. The period featured quite a bit of special teams play, as both teams had three powerplays in a frame where five-on-five hockey

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins to town for their home opener at the XL Center in the first of six clashes this season. It took a period and a half for either team to find the back of the net, but it was Brett Berard’s first pro goal that kickstarted the offensive onslaught in a 5-0 win for Hartford.

The Wolf Pack controlled the pace for a long stretch in the first period with two powerplay opportunities, both of which were killed off by the Pens. Penguins’ goaltender Magnus Hellberg stood tall as the Wolf Pack piled on the chances, including a big save in tight on Jonny Brodzinski following a stretch pass from Mac Hollowell.

Tensions were rising throughout period one, finally coming to a head in the final minutes as two fights broke out in short order. Connor Mackey and Corey Andonovski dropped the gloves first, then Brennan Othmann and Taylor Fedun danced in the final minute of the period.

A strong penalty-kill to open the second period for the Pack led to a handful of chances in close by Brodzinski and Adam Edström, but Hellberg continued to keep the Wolf Pack off the board. Ben Harpur went off for slashing shortly after the instigator penalty to Othmann expired, but the Wolf Pack were again able to secure a penalty kill, their second of four on the night.

The stalemate broke at the 10:48 mark of the second period, as Bre

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b>HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack squared off against the visiting Lehigh Valley Phantoms in their second of two home games this weekend at the XL Center. In a game with a heavy number of penalties, the Wolf Pack would pull away in the third period, scoring three times on their way to a 5-1 victory. It is their best start since 2004-05 and marked the franchise’s 1,000th victory. They are the ninth team in league history to accomplish that feat.

The Wolf Pack got off to a hot start in the first period, registering the first five shots of the game. Brett Berard would record his second goal of the season at the 5:59 mark of the period as he ripped a shot from the right-wing circle past Cal Petersen. Nikolas Brouillard had the lone assist, his first point with the Wolf Pack.

As the shots began to come for Lehigh Valley, an interference call on Garrett Wilson gave the Wolf Pack their first powerplay of the evening. The Phantoms put together a strong kill as they kept Hartford on the perimeter of the offensive zone, all while a stickless Ronnie Attard did an effective job clearing the crease.

With 3:15 left on the clock, Alex Belzile buried a rebound off a Jonny Brodzinski point shot to put the Wolf Pack up two. Riley Nash and Brodzinski were credited with the assists, with Brodzinski earning his team-leading fifth point of the season. The goal was Hartford’s fourth powerplay marker of th

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Springfield Thunderbirds to the XL Center in the latest installment of the “I-91 Rivalry” on Friday night. The Thunderbirds used three special teams goals to score a 5-2 victory in round two of the rivalry. The loss snapped the Wolf Pack’s four-game winning streak.

Adam Gaudette recorded his second goal of the night to make it 3-0 at 10:17 of the second period. A shot from Zach Bolduc clipped Nathan Walker in front of the net, falling right to the veteran forward. He quickly slid a pass to Gaudette, who buried his league-leading seventh goal of the season on a five-on-three powerplay. The goal would stand as the game-winning tally, Gaudette’s second of the season.

The opening several minutes saw a strong start for the home side, as the Wolf Pack fired the first six shots of the game. Springfield, meanwhile, was unable to register a shot until eight minutes in. Bobby Trivigno would be sent to the box for hooking to give the Thunderbirds their first powerplay opportunity of the night just 8:04 into the contest.

With eight seconds remaining on the man advantage, Gaudette would fire a shot above the right shoulder of Louis Domingue to give the Thunderbirds a 1-0 lead. Gaudette took a pass from Matthew Peca in the slot and made no mistake on the opportunity.  

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack pushed hard in the final stretch on Saturday night in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton against the Penguins, but a 4-0 deficit proved to be too big of a hole to dig out of. The Penguins used their four first period goals to take a 4-2 decision, handing the Wolf Pack their second consecutive loss.

Jack St. Ivany fired a shot from the point that Wolf Pack goaltender Dylan Garand was able to deny just over the midway mark of the first period. Jonathan Gruden was stationed at the side of the net, however, and was able to find the rebound. Garand made a second save, but the third time proved to be the charm as Gruden potted his second goal of the season 11:11 into the contest.

The goal extended the Penguins’ lead to 3-0 and proved to be the game-winning tally.

The Penguins jumped out to an early lead, scoring just 3:24 into the game. Valtteri Puustinen raced down the right-wing side and ripped a shot by Garand for his first goal of the season. Ty Smith picked up the primary assist, the first of two points on the night for the defenseman.

8:47 into the game, the Wolf Pack got their first powerplay of the night as Marc Johnstone was whistled for slashing. Despite being outshot 7-2 at the time, the penalty represented an opportunity for the Wolf Pack to get on even footing.

Unfortunately, it did not play out that way for the visitors. Joona Koppanen inst

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ALLENTOWN, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack ended their three-in-three weekend on a positive note on Sunday night, snapping a two-game losing skid with a 4-1 victory over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The win was the club’s fourth in a row over the Phantoms, and their third consecutive win at the PPL Center.

The Wolf Pack powerplay played a big role this evening, finding the back of the net twice for the second time this season. Riley Nash netted both powerplay tallies, including the game-winning goal at 18:20 of the second period. Mac Hollowell’s shot was denied by Parker Gahagen, but the puck sat at the top of the crease where Nash was located. Nash collected the loose puck and jammed a backhander over the right pad of Gahagen to make it a 2-0 game.

The marker was Nash’s first game-winning goal with the club. Hollowell’s assist, meanwhile, gives him a seven-game assist streak to start the season.

Nash opened the scoring with his first powerplay goal of the season 16:48 in, lifting a loose puck over a sprawled out Gahagen. Brennan Othmann drove into the right-wing circle and fired a puck towards the goal. The puck ended up on the stick of Nash, who fanned on the initial attempt but stuck with it and potted the second opportunity for his second goal of the season.

Othmann picked up the primary helper, the first of a career-high three assists on the night.

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ALLENTOWN, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Lehigh Valley Phantoms played an eventful, entertaining back-and-forth game on Friday night at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The Wolf Pack struck twice to retake the lead in the third period, but the Phantoms would respond and eventually win in overtime by a final score of 5-4.

The Phantoms needed just 69 seconds to end the extra session, as Samu Tuomaala potted his first career overtime goal to complete the comeback for the Phantoms. Elliot Desnoyers sped into the Wolf Pack zone on the left-wing side, gaining the circle before sending a pass to the front of the net. Tuomaala won a race to the Wolf Pack net, tipping home the pass by Dylan Garand to give the Phantoms the extra point.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for the second game in a row, as Ben Harpur buried his first goal of the season 7:48 into the tilt. Brennan Othmann tapped a pass ahead to Alex Belzile, who raced into the Phantoms zone on the right-wing side. Harpur, meanwhile, activated up the left-wing side and slipped behind the defense, collecting Belzile’s pass and beating Felix Sandstrom for the opening goal.

Sandstrom, despite making six saves on seven shots in the first period, was removed from the game in favor of Parker Gahagen heading into the second period due to an undisclosed injury. The Phantoms responded, providing Gahagen with three goals of run support in th

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UTICA, NY – The Hartford Wolf Pack used a third period goal and a strong performance from netminder Dylan Garand on Saturday night to extend their point streak to three games as they knocked off the Utica Comets 3-2. Garand made 31 saves in the victory, including 25 in the final 40 minutes.

Adam Edström jumped on a rebound 3:40 into the third period, sending a backhand shot by Erik Kallgren to give the Wolf Pack a lead they would not lose on this night. Matthew Robertson fired a shot from the point that Kallgren denied, but Edström found the loose change and buried his third goal of the season. The goal was the first game-winning marker of Edström’s AHL career.

The Comets opened the scoring 16:31 into the contest, as T.J. Friedmann buried the first goal of his AHL career. The Wolf Pack turned the puck over in their own zone, with Timur Ibragimov being the recipient. Ibragimov slid a pass over to Friedmann in the left-wing circle, where he quickly collected the puck and fired it by a diving Garand to break the ice.

Moments later, however, the Wolf Pack would respond. Xavier Parent was whistled for slashing at 18:49, and the Pack needed just eleven seconds to make them pay. Mac Hollowell blasted a one-timer from the left-wing circle that blazed by Kallgren for his first goal as a member of the Wolf Pack. The goal, scored at 19:00, gives Hollowell a league-leading nine-game point

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack completed their season-long, five-game road trip on Friday night with a 3-0 blanking of the Bridgeport Islanders in round one of the ‘Battle of Connecticut’. Riley Nash struck twice in the victory, while Dylan Garand made 37 saves to collect his first shutout of the season.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring 12:25 into the tilt, as Anton Blidh followed the play to the net and buried a rebound for his second goal of the season.

Adam Sýkora won a battle for a loose puck deep in the Islanders zone, collecting it just outside of the right-wing corner. Sýkora muscled his way to the net but was denied by Islanders goaltender Jakub Skarek. The rebound sat to the left of Skarek, and Blidh was able to find it first. He collected the rebound and fired the puck by Skarek to give the Pack a lead they never lost.

The goal was Blidh’s first game-winning tally of the campaign.

Nash extended the lead 5:50 into the middle stanza, lifting a shot over the right pad of Skarek. Brett Berard entered the zone on the right-wing side, but had the puck knocked off his stick. The rookie forward never gave up on the play, however, and won the puck back from defenseman Aidan Fulp. Berard set a pass to Nash in front, who went from his backhand to his forehand and potted his fourth goal of the season.

The assist gives Berard a four-game point s

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Providence Bruins at the XL Center for the second of ten meetings this season. Olof Lindbom made seventeen saves in his first start in the AHL for the Wolf Pack, but Michael DiPietro shut the door from every angle in a 2-0 shutout win for the Bruins.

Both teams exchanged strong chances to begin the hockey game with Adam Edström being denied on a breakaway by the blocker of DiPietro on the game’s first chance. The Bruins responded with a chance of their own, which resulted in the first goal of the game at the 2:57 mark.

Curtis Hall beat Lindbom with a shot from between the hashmarks for his first goal of the season. Hall, recently recalled from the Maine Mariners (ECHL), recorded his third point in as many AHL games this season.

DiPietro’s strong performance in the first period was capped off by a glove save on Riley Nash to keep the Wolf Pack off the board. Nash was set up to the left of DiPietro on the club’s first powerplay.

The Bruins opened the middle stanza with a handful of quality chances, including Justin Brazeau ringing a shot off the crossbar. A follow-up try from Trevor Kuntar was snagged by the glove of Lindbom, who turned in a strong frame with nine saves.

Nash headed to the box for tripping at 9:14, giving Providence their second powerplay of the game. A strong kill by Hartford was followed by a do

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PROVIDENCE, RI – The Hartford Wolf Pack struck twice in the third period on Sunday afternoon, erasing a pair of deficits to earn a point against the Providence Bruins in the final game of the club’s three-in-three weekend. The Bruins would find the extra point in overtime, however, taking a 3-2 decision to sweep the weekend home-and-home.

Jesper Boqvist played the role of hero for the home team, blazing into the Wolf Pack zone on the left-wing side just over a minute into overtime. Boqvist sprinted to the goal and lifted a shot over the right shoulder of Wolf Pack starter Dylan Garand to send the crowd home happy 1:42 into overtime. The goal was Boqvist’s third of the season and his first game winner.

The sides opened the hockey game without a goal in the first period. Each team went to the powerplay but failed to find the back of the net as Garand and Brandon Bussi stood strong.

Anthony Richard opened the scoring 8:17 into the second period, tipping home his second goal of the season while on the powerplay. With Bobby Trivigno in the box for tripping, the Bruins set up in the Hartford zone. Jakub Zboril walked the blueline and fired a shot towards the net that Richard got a piece of from the slot. The shot bounced by Garand to give the Bruins their first of two powerplay goals on the night.

Brandon Scanlin found the response for Hartford 5:10 into the third period, firing home

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Springfield Thunderbirds to the XL Center for this season’s ‘School Day Game’, their third of ten meetings during the 2023-24 campaign. Five Wolf Pack players found the back of the net, including Adam Sýkora who buried his first AHL goal as the Wolf Pack comfortably knocked off the Thunderbirds 5-1.

Alex Belzile found the back of the net for his 4th goal of the season 10:59 into the contest. Jonny Brodzinski drew in a defender behind the net before executing a pinpoint spinning pass to Belzile who one-timed it over the shoulder of Vadim Zherenko to make it a 2-0 game. The goal would stand as the game-winner.

Hartford was shot out of a cannon in the opening minutes, forcing Zherenko to make some tough saves out of the gate. Brett Berard’s hard work drew a tripping penalty to give the Wolf Pack an early powerplay.

The Wolf Pack made quick work on the man advantage as Brodzinski scored his team-leading 8th goal of the season at 5:05 to put Hartford up 1-0. Zherenko made the initial save on a point shot from Matthew Robertson, but Belzile sent the rebound to a lurking Brodzinski on the far post who made no mistake about it.

Just over five minutes later, Belzile would strike for the third time in as many games against the Thunderbirds to extend the lead.

To cap off a stellar

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SYRACUSE, NY – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Syracuse Crunch battled in a back-and-forth affair at the Upstate Medical University Arena on Friday night. Crunch captain Gabriel Dumont broke a 3-3 tie at 13:23 of the third period, then added an insurance marker at 18:34 to propel the home side to a 5-3 victory.

After each team struck in the first 6:52 of the third period, Dumont put the Crunch ahead for good with his first goal of the night at 13:23. Jack Thompson wandered down the right-wing wall and fired a puck towards Wolf Pack starter Dylan Garand. The puck bounced off a Wolf Pack stick in front and came to Dumont in the left-wing circle. Dumont rotated to the top of the circle and fired a shot that beat Garand to put the Crunch ahead for good.

The Crunch drew first blood 9:32 into the game, as rookie forward Max Groshev netted his ninth goal of the season. Groshev walked into the left-wing circle and ripped a shot over the shoulder of Garand to give the Crunch a 1-0 lead. The goal tied Groshev with Texas’ Logan Stankoven for the league lead in goals amongst rookies.

Hartford thought they had the answer moments later, as Anton Blidh jammed home a rebound. While the play was called a goal on the ice, it was reviewed and eventually waved off. The Wolf Pack were not deterred, however, as they went to the powerplay at 13:03 of the first period.

Riley Nash won the face-off back to Matthew

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Syracuse Crunch inside the XL Center for their second and final meeting this season on the backend of a home-and-home series. The teams were tied 1-1 at the halfway mark of the game before three unanswered goals kickstarted the offense for the Wolf Pack in a 5-2 victory over the Crunch.

Matthew Robertson’s first goal of the season at the 15:40 mark of the second period would prove to be the game-winner, as he let off a seeing-eye shot from the point that beat Hugo Alnefelt low. Robertson’s tally was one of three unanswered goals by the Wolf Pack that gave them the necessary breathing room to skate away with the win.

The Wolf Pack struck early in the opening frame, as Karl Henriksson netted his first of the year at 1:40. Adam Sýkora forced a turnover behind the Crunch net, and his wraparound try was rebounded to the stick of Henriksson who quickly snapped it under the glove of Alnefelt to put Hartford up 1-0.

The Wolf Pack could not convert on a five-on-three opportunity as the Crunch held them to two shots, highlighted by an Alex Belzile breakaway stoned by the pad of Alnefelt. Minutes later at 10:26, Mitchell Chafee scored an equalizer for Syracuse to make it a 1-1 game, beating Louis Domingue through the five-hole.

The energy shift was short-lived, as Hartford immediately jumped ahead 29 seconds later, courtesy of Brett B

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack earned their first victory this season when trailing after two periods on Wednesday night at the XL Center. Alex Belzile struck twice in the final frame, as the Wolf Pack stunned the Providence Bruins with four unanswered goals to take a 6-4 decision. The win makes Hartford the fourth team in the AHL to hit the ten-win mark this year.

In the final minute of regulation time, Alec Regula was whistled for an interference minor that gave the Wolf Pack their sixth powerplay of the night. Just five seconds later, a Mac Hollowell shot rocketed off the pads of Michael DiPietro and ended up on the stick of Belzile. Belzile quickly snapped a shot home for his seventh goal of the season and second of the night to cap the Pack’s comeback win. Belzile (2 g, 1 a) and Hollowell (3 a) both finished the night with three points.

Marc McLaughlin got the party started early, popping home the game’s first goal just 30 seconds in. John Farinacci sent a pass to the slot for McLaughlin, who snapped the first shot of the hockey game over the blocker of Dylan Garand to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. It was the fourth time in as many meetings that the Bruins opened the scoring and the second game in a row in which McLaughlin found the back of the net.

Karl Henriksson would respond with just 2.7 seconds left in the period, scoring his second goal of the season. Hollowell, in his

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – The Hartford Wolf Pack earned their third straight victory on Friday night, winning an extremely entertaining tilt at the MassMutual Center over the Springfield Thunderbirds by a final score of 4-2. The win gives Hartford a 3-1 edge through four meetings with Springfield this season.

Matt Rempe earned his first game-winning goal of the campaign 12:12 into the third period, putting the Wolf Pack ahead 3-2. Rempe took a pass in the neutral zone from Nikolas Brouillard and sped into the offensive zone on a breakaway. Rempe went to his forehand and then his backhand before lifting a shot over Malcolm Subban for his second goal of the season. The goal came just 1:43 after the Thunderbirds had evened the score 2-2.

For the first time in the ‘I-91 Rivalry’ this season, the sides would enter the first intermission without a goal. That wasn’t due to a lack of chances, however, as both teams peppered the net. The Wolf Pack fired 12 shots on goal, while the Thunderbirds tossed 13. Louis Domingue and Subban were up to the task, however, and were perfect through 20 minutes.

For the third time in the season series, the Wolf Pack would open the scoring. A messy line change resulted in a bench minor for ‘too many men on the ice’ that Adam Gaudette served for the T-Birds at 5:06 of the second period. 44 seconds into that powerplay, Hartford’s fourth of the night, Ril

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the North Division’s Belleville Senators for the first of two meetings this season on Saturday night at the XL Center. The Wolf Pack found themselves down two goals for the second time in three games, but a late surge led to an exhilarating 4-3 overtime victory.

Riley Nash was the hero tonight, scoring his seventh goal of the year 4:19 into the overtime period to complete the comeback. Mac Hollowell recorded his second assist of the night on the play, as he made a nifty move while driving to the net before finding Nash at the back door. The veteran forward tapped home the first overtime winner for the team this season.

The Wolf Pack saw an early powerplay opportunity just 39 seconds into the game. The Pack registered four shots on the man advantage, but all were denied by Kevin Mandolese.

Mandolese was busy in the first period, making some difficult stops on deflected point shots by the Wolf Pack. Hollowell went off for tripping at 16:42, giving the Senators their first powerplay of the evening. Belleville struggled to find a shooting lane, later taking a penalty of their own as Zack Ostapchuk was called for hooking.

Only 12 seconds into four-on-four hockey, the Sens got on the board courtesy of defenseman Maxence Guenette. He beat Garand up high for his second goal of the season and team-leading 13th point to make it 1-0 fo

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Lehigh Valley Phantoms to town for the first of two games at the XL Center this weekend. The Wolf Pack entered tonight on a four-game win streak, while the Phantoms came to town riding a six-game point streak. The Wolf Pack notched a season-high five special teams goals to upend the Phantoms by a final score of 7-3.

Riley Nash’s second goal of the game proved to be the game-winner, as he buried Hartford’s third powerplay goal of the contest at the 5:51 mark of the second period to make it 4-0 Wolf Pack. Brennan Othmann found Nash in his office at the back post for his ninth of the year. The goal gave Nash his third multi-goal outing of the season.

The Phantoms came out swinging offensively, outshooting the Pack 8-1 in the first half of period one, but Louis Domingue stood tall. Matt Rempe went off for tripping at 13:24 just as Lehigh Valley killed off an Emil Andrae penalty.

With under 30 seconds left on the Phantoms' powerplay, Nash sped down the right-wing wall to retrieve an unoccupied puck, before cutting to the middle and slipping the puck by the pad of Cal Petersen to make it 1-0 Wolf Pack. Nash’s tally was his eighth of the season and Hartford’s second shorthanded goal of the year.

The Wolf Pack special teams units stayed busy, getting another crack on the powerplay less than a minute after the Nash goal.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Teddy Bear Toss Night in the backend of a two-game series at the XL Center on Saturday night. In a back-and-forth affair that saw several lead changes, Brennan Othmann’s two-goal night powered Hartford past Lehigh Valley 5-4 in overtime.

It was a night to remember for Othmann, who secured the victory in overtime with his second goal of the contest, beating Felix Sandstrom up high with a shot from between the circles. The goal was Othmann’s first overtime-winner in the AHL and his first game-winning goal. Mac Hollowell and Nikolas Brouillard each recorded their second assist of the night on the goal, which came at 3:52 of overtime.

The opening minutes saw an even number of chances generated by each side. The Wolf Pack killed off an early penalty before finding themselves down a man moments later as Riley Nash went off for tripping at 8:51. With 15 seconds remaining on the Phantom powerplay, Ronnie Attard took a shot from the point that pinballed to the stick of Wade Allison, who slipped it by Dylan Garand to make it 1-0 Phantoms.

Lehigh Valley got on the board again moments later, as Helge Grans sped down the right wall before beating Garand short side for his first of the year, making it 2-0 Phantoms. Penalties were dished out to both clubs as the physicality ramped up in the final minutes, with Lehigh Valley get

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HARTFORD, CT –The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Cleveland Monsters to the XL Center for the first of four meetings this season. In a game that saw multiple lead changes, the Wolf Pack would see their six-game winning streak snapped in a 4-3 overtime defeat at the hands of the Monsters. The game was the first meeting between the Wolf Pack and Monsters since February 13th, 2009.

It would be Monsters rookie Luca Del Bel Belluz securing the win for Cleveland in overtime, notching his third goal of the season off a setup feed from Owen Sillinger. Sillinger recorded his third assist of the game on the goal, a season-high. The goal, meanwhile, was Del Bel Belluz’s first career overtime-winner in the AHL.

The Monsters were in sync in the opening minutes, controlling the flow of play. This led to an early goal for Cleveland, coming from Cameron Butler at 3:04. Butler deflected a point shot from Jake Christiansen passed Louis Domingue to make it 1-0 Monsters. The goal was Butler’s first career professional tally and point.

The Wolf Pack were unable to convert on their first powerplay opportunity of the night, but shortly thereafter got another shot at it as Carson Meyer was called for interference. The Pack made quick work of their second opportunity, as Brennan Othmann rifled a one-timer past Daniil Tarasov for his ninth of the season to make it a 1-1 game at 7:42. The goal gives Ot

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LAVAL, QC – It started with Alex Belzile receiving a tribute video for his five years of service to the Laval Rocket organization. It ended with Belzile, the Rocket’s all-time leader in games played, goals, assists, and points, securing first star honors after burying the shootout winner that completed the Wolf Pack’s 4-3 come from behind victory over the Rocket.

The win gives the Wolf Pack points in eight straight games (7-0-1-0), while the loss was the Rocket’s ninth in a row.

Belzile completed the comeback in the bottom half of the first round of the shootout. He carried the puck in and beat Jakub Dobes to put the Wolf Pack ahead 1-0. After Emil Heineman bobbled the puck and lost possession, Brett Berard cemented the win when he went top-shelf for his first career shootout goal.

The game didn’t start according to plan for Hartford. Just 2:13 into the game, the club was down on a five-on-three penalty kill after Connor Mackey (1:52) and Brandon Scanlin (2:13) were both assessed cross-checking minors. The Rocket made the Wolf Pack pay, scoring on both penalties.

Philippe Maillet opened the scoring 3:47 in when he ripped a shot by Louis Domingue for his fourth goal of the season. Just 23 seconds later, Joshua Roy would make it a 2-0 game with a five-on-four advantage.

Roy was streaking in down the right-wing side and took a feed from Heineman. Roy’s ini

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LAVAL, QC – The Hartford Wolf Pack started strong on Saturday afternoon, scoring on their first shot of the hockey game. It wouldn’t be enough, however, as Riley Kidney collected the first three-point game of his career in a 5-1 victory for the Laval Rocket.

The special teams battle was won by the home side on this day, with a shorthanded goal proving to be the difference. With Emil Heineman in the penalty box for cross-checking, Brandon Gignac sprinted out of the defensive zone and eventually entered into the Wolf Pack zone on the left-wing side. Gignac came to the top of the left-wing circle and rifled a shot by Olof Lindbom for his first shorthanded goal of the season at 6:03 of the middle frame.

The goal was the Rocket’s league-leading seventh shorthanded goal of the season.

Things started well for the Wolf Pack, as they opened the scoring just 2:14 into the game. Defenseman Blake Hillman fired a shot into traffic that clipped a Rocket defender and snuck by goaltender Jakub Dobeš for his first goal of the season on the team’s first shot of the day.

Dobeš was perfect from there, however, denying the final 25 bids sent his way to stymie the Wolf Pack attack.

Just over two minutes after Hillman opened the scoring, Kidney scored his first goal of the night to even the affair 1-1. The goal, Laval’s teddy bear toss goal, came after a Logan Maillou

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Rochester Americans to the XL Center for the first of two meetings this season in front of a crowd of 5,140. The Wolf Pack never trailed on this night, but some late-game heroics from Jiri Kulich would be enough to push the Americans to a comeback victory by a final score of 3-2 in overtime.

Kulich, Rochester’s leading scorer, secured the Amerks win in overtime with his team-leading 15th tally of the season. Kulich’s game-winner was his second of the night, with his winner coming on the powerplay. The goal came at 2:51 of the overtime period, snapping a three-game losing streak for the visitors.

It was a high-octane opening frame, with the teams exchanging 23 total shots. Both Louis Domingue and Devin Cooley stood tall on some grade-A chances between the clubs, treating fans to a little bit of everything on this night.  

Late in the period, Blake Hillman was able to save the puck from exiting the zone on the blue line, before making a nifty move along the right wall to create space. Hillman then found Karl Henriksson above the right-wing circle, and he buried a wrist shot above Cooley for his fourth of the year to make it 1-0 Hartford at 19:01.

The Pack got an early powerplay opportunity in the middle stanza as the Americans received a too-many men on the ice penalty. Rochester applied pressure on the penalt

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Toronto Marlies battled back and forth all afternoon on Sunday, with each team holding the lead at various points. In the end, however, the Marlies prevailed by a score of 4-3 when the dust settled on a wild overtime period.

Topi Niemelä ended the proceedings just 54 seconds into overtime, scoring his fifth goal of the season to give Toronto their fourth straight win. Riley Nash and Brennan Othmann connected on a pretty passing play at one end leading to a terrific scoring chance for the Wolf Pack. Keith Petruzzelli made the save of the game, however, then flung the puck up ahead to Nick Abruzzese.

With all three Wolf Pack caught up in the play, Abruzzese and Niemelä entered into the zone with an odd-man rush. Abruzzese fed Niemelä for the dagger, while Petruzzelli picked up the secondary assist.

The Marlies opened the scoring 13:27 into the contest, as Kieffer Bellows potted his eighth goal of the season immediately after the club’s second powerplay of the game. As the penalty to Matej Pekar for high-sticking expired, the Wolf Pack could not clear the puck. Dmitry Ovchinnikov wrapped the puck around but was denied by Wolf Pack starter Dylan Garand.

The rebound popped in front of Garand, however, and Bellows was able to locate it and quickly snap a backhander into the net.

The Marlies extended their lead to 2-0 just 5:29

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Bridgeport Islanders to the XL Center for the latest installment of the “Battle of Connecticut” on Friday night. The Islanders opened the game with four unanswered goals before holding off a furious comeback bid from the Wolf Pack in a 5-4 victory.

It was Cole Bardreau’s third goal of the season that proved to be the game-winning tally at the 12:42 mark of the third period. Bardreau tucked a rebound by Louis Domingue just moments after a Hartford powerplay expired. Jeff Kubiak had the lone helper on Bardreau’s tally, his first game-winning goal of the season.

An early penalty from the Pack saw Bridgeport jump on the powerplay just over two minutes into the game. The Isles made quick work of their man advantage as William Dufour raced down the left-wing wall before cutting to the middle and beating Domingue on the far side, making it 1-0 Bridgeport at 3:16.

The teams exchanged chances in the ensuing minutes before Hartford would find themselves on the kill again. The Islanders put together another strong powerplay, generating shots in quick succession before Otto Koivula fired a puck from behind the net that caught a piece of Ruslan Iskhakov, pinballing past Domingue to put Bridgeport up 2-0 at 9:35.

A scrum after the whistle led to four-on-four hockey midway through the period. It would be Dufour taking advantage of

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Springfield Thunderbirds battled in a tightly contested edition of the ‘I-91 Rivalry’ on Wednesday night. For the second time in as many meetings, the sides were deadlocked 1-1 through forty minutes of play. Tonight, however, it was the Thunderbirds who won the third period and took the two points by a final score of 3-1.

Mikhail Abramov broke a 1-1 tie 5:58 into the third period, scoring his fifth goal of the season to give the Thunderbirds their first and only lead of the night. Drew Callin sent a nifty pass to Abramov on the right-wing side, where he fired a wrist-shot that grazed the glove of Dylan Garand and found twine. The goal would stand as the game-winning goal, pushing the Thunderbirds to their first home win over Hartford this season.

Turner Elson opened the scoring for the Wolf Pack, the third time in as many visits to the MassMutual Center that they have done that this season. Dylan Coghlan attempted to play a puck out of the zone but flubbed on the backhand bid. The puck found Bobby Trivigno, who quickly sent a centering pass to Elson. From the slot, Elson ripped a shot over the shoulder of Vadim Zherenko for his third goal of the season 12:42 into the game.

Garand made eleven saves in the opening frame to keep the Thunderbirds at bay but was beaten just 2:25 into middle stanza. Joseph Duszak fired a shot from the right-wing ci

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Bridgeport Islanders to the XL Center for their final game of the calendar year on Saturday night. The Islanders jumped out to a two-goal lead in the first period, but the Wolf Pack mounted a dramatic comeback to steal the 3-2 victory in front of 7,522 fans.

It was Cristiano DiGiacinto coming up big for the Pack at the 6:57 mark of period three, deflecting a shot from the point off the stick of Connor Mackey that beat Ken Appleby to propel Hartford to a 3-2 lead. The hard work along the boards from Bobby Trivigno put Mackey in position to find DiGiacinto in front of the Islander net. The goal, DiGiacinto’s first of the season, proved to be the game-winning tally.

The Wolf Pack took an early penalty as Nikolas Brouillard closed his hand on the puck at 3:09, giving the Islanders the game’s first-man advantage. A little over a minute into the Bridgeport powerplay, Samuel Asselin got alone in front of the net and tipped a point shot from Robin Salo past Louis Domingue to put the Isles up 1-0.

The clubs battled for control of the pace in the ensuing minutes, as Domingue and Appleby each denied a slew of high-danger chances. Bridgeport extended their lead at 13:42, as Ruslan Iskhakov got a piece of Seth Helgeson’s shot from the blue line for his tenth goal of the season, making it 2-0 Islanders.

The Wolf Pack got their first cra

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b>BRIDGEPORT, CT – It had been nearly 15 years since Artem Anisimov appeared in his last regular season game as a member of the Hartford Wolf Pack. On Thursday night, Anisimov returned to the team in style as his third-period goal propelled the Wolf Pack to a 3-2 victory over the rival Bridgeport Islanders at Total Mortgage Arena.

Anton Blidh carried the puck deep into the Islanders' zone before sending a pass to Anisimov in the left-wing corner. The veteran forward, who scored 19 goals a season ago with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, flung a shot toward the goal from a sharp angle. The shot fooled Henrik Tikkanen, starting for the Islanders, just 1:13 into the third period to break a 2-2 tie. The goal, Anisimov’s first with the Wolf Pack since April 11th, 2009, proved to be the game-winning goal.

The 3-2 victory is Hartford’s second straight win, their first back-to-back wins since December 1st and 2nd against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

For the fourth time in as many meetings, it would be the road team opening the scoring as the Wolf Pack found the icebreaker. Matej Pekar sent a centering pass to Matt Rempe from the left-wing side that clipped the leg of Rempe and beat Tikkanen just 2:28 into the game. The goal was Rempe’s fifth of the season, while the assist was Pekar’s fourth as a member of the Wolf Pack.

The Islanders' powerplay answere

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HERSHEY, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack faced off with the league-leading Hershey Bears on Saturday night at the Giant Center in the first of four matchups this season between the foes. Trailing 3-1 early in the second period, the Wolf Pack dug deep and stormed back to knock off the Bears 5-3 in the first meeting since last May’s playoff series.

Brett Berard broke a 3-3 tie just 23 seconds into the third period, firing home his tenth goal of the season to give the Wolf Pack the lead for good. Alex Belzile forced a turnover just inside of the offensive blue line, then flung the puck toward the net. The puck ended up in the right-wing circle, where Berard snapped the puck on the net, sneaking his third goal in as many games past Clay Stevenson. Belzile picked up the only assist on the goal, his second of the night and team-leading 28th point.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for the second game in a row, as the team’s powerplay took advantage of an early opportunity. Mac Hollowell fired a shot toward the goal from the left-wing point that clipped off the stick of Belzile. Stevenson made the initial save, but a rebound sat to his right that Jake Leschyshyn was able to locate. Leschyshyn banged the rebound home for his second goal of the season 11:30 into the contest.

The Bears responded, however, taking advantage of a puck that didn’t make it out of the zone. Aaron Ness

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – Brandon Scanlin fired home his fourth goal of the season 7:59 into the third period on Sunday afternoon, giving the Wolf Pack life late in their game against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. It would not be enough, however, as the Penguins held on for a 2-1 victory at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.

The Penguins extended their lead 11:44 into the second period, notching their second shorthanded goal of the season against the Wolf Pack. A bouncing puck ended up on the stick of Jonathan Gruden, who raced through the neutral zone and entered the Hartford zone on a two-on-one. Gruden walked into the right-wing circle and elected to shoot, snapping home his seventh goal of the season and second against the Wolf Pack.

The goal was also his second game-winning goal against the Wolf Pack this season.

For the third time in the season series, the home team would open the scoring as the Penguins converted off a neutral zone turnover. Colin White entered the zone with possession on the right-wing side, then pulled a toe-drag move into the slot. White flung a bid onto Dylan Garand, who made a nice pad save, but a rebound sprung free at the side of the net. Sam Poulin collected it and buried his fifth goal of the season 7:27 into the game.

Gruden then buried his second game-winning goal of the season against the Wolf Pack 11:44 into the middle frame, giving the Penguins the in

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ALLENTOWN, PA – Brandon Scanlin scored his second goal in as many games on Friday night at the PPL Center in Allentown, but it would not be enough to push the Wolf Pack to victory against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Phantoms scored twice in the first period, then tacked on two more in the third as they prevailed 4-1 in the season finale between the two teams.

At 18:26 of the first period, the Wolf Pack went to the penalty kill for the second time in the contest when Connor Mackey’s clearing attempt ended up out of play. On the ensuing powerplay, the Phantoms extended their lead to 2-0 via Olle Lycksell’s second tally of the night.

Tanner Laczynski’s pass from the left-wing side found Lycksell on the backdoor, and he one-timed home his second goal of the night at 19:32. The goal was Lycksell’s fifth in six games against the Wolf Pack this season.

For the second time in as many meetings, it was the Phantoms who opened the scoring. A clearing attempt failed to exit the Wolf Pack zone, instead ending up on the stick of defenseman Ronnie Attard. Attard quickly turned and fired a puck toward the goal, which clipped the stick of Lycksell and found the back of the net at 14:47.

The goal, Lycksell’s 13th of the season, was his first goal since November 24th. It snapped a 12-game drought for the forward.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Providence Bruins to the XL Center for the fifth of ten meetings this season on Saturday night. In a gritty affair that saw Providence hold the lead on two separate occasions, the Pack would battle back to prevail in an exhilarating 3-2 overtime victory.

Brandon Scanlin recorded the game-winning goal just 1:44 into the overtime period, corralling a puck that bounced off of the back wall before stuffing it by the pad of Kyle Keyser to secure the 3-2 win. Scanlin’s tally is his sixth of the season and third goal in as many games.

A penalty-ridden first period saw powerplay opportunities for both sides, with Dylan Garand and Keyser being tested with some close chances in tight. Turner Elson went off for hooking at 15:18, giving Providence their third powerplay of the period.

It would be Jayson Megna converting on a short-side shot that snuck by Garand 25 seconds into the powerplay, with Providence taking a 1-0 lead into the intermission.

Hartford saw a plethora of high-danger opportunities in the first half of the middle stanza, including hitting three posts. The Pack capitalized on the momentum swing on their fifth powerplay of the evening as Karl Henriksson netted his sixth tally of the season off of a rebound attempt that beat Keyser top right, tying the game at one apiece.

Providence quickly responded on the following shift,

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Hershey Bears in front of a crowd of 8,077 at the XL Center on Friday night. The Bears earned a little revenge on the Wolf Pack, striking four times unanswered to turn a 1-0 deficit into an eventual 4-2 victory.

The game-winner came 10:54 into the third period, a goal that at the time put the Bears ahead 3-1. Aaron Ness fired a shot into traffic that clipped off a Wolf Pack defender and found it’s way by Louis Domingue to put the Bears out of reach. The goal was Ness’ second of the season and first since December 2nd against the Charlotte Checkers.

A strong shift from Hartford’s top line culminated in the game’s first goal courtesy of Jake Leschyshyn. Brett Berard’s shot caught a piece of Leschyshyn’s stick for his fourth goal of the season to make it 1-0. It was the second time this season that Leschyshyn opened the scoring against the Bears.

Mac Hollowell picked up a secondary assist on the goal, extending his point streak to seven games. The goal came just 4:34 into the game.

Artem Anisimov went off for tripping at 10:12, giving the Bears their first crack at the powerplay on the night. Hershey made quick work of the man advantage, as Pierrick Dubé netted his team-leading 20th tally just 26 seconds into the powerplay.

The second period saw a back-and-forth a

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack continued their strong play in the ‘Battle of Connecticut’ on Saturday night, winning their fourth matchup in five tries this season. The Pack used three different goal scorers to beat the Bridgeport Islanders by a final score of 3-0, winning their sixth straight game at Total Mortgage Arena.

A rather uneventful first period saw just 19 shots split between the sides, with the Islanders holding a slight 10-9 edge. Each team got one powerplay advantage, but neither side was able to break the ice. Dylan Garand (ten saves) and Jakub Skarek (nine saves) navigated the first stanza without much trouble.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for the third time in as many visits to Total Mortgage Arena, notching the icebreaker 4:01 into the middle frame. Alex Belzile rushed the puck up ice, eventually leaving it in the right-wing corner for Adam Sýkora. Sýkora then sent a pass to Karl Henriksson in the slot, who promptly fired home his seventh goal of the season. The shot beat Skarek by the blocker and was Henriksson’s second goal against the Islanders this season.

Each side had multiple powerplay opportunities late in the stanza, but both penalty-killing units stood strong to send the game to the third period with a 1-0 spread.

Hartford tacked on an insurance marker 92 seconds into the third period, converting on their fourth powerp

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WILKES-BARRE, PA – The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins jumped out to a lead just 65 seconds into the contest on Wednesday night, never looking back en route to a 4-1 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.  

For the third time in a row, it was the Penguins who opened the scoring. This time, it was Jesse Puljujarvi who did the honors, scoring his third goal of the season. Puljujarvi took a pass from Radim Zohorna and galloped down the right-wing side. Puljujarvi then snapped a shot that snuck through Louis Domingue just 1:05 into the game to give the Penguins a lead they never lost.

Alex Nylander extended the lead moments later, snapping home his 13th goal of the season at 3:42. After a shift in which the Penguins controlled the puck, Nylander took a feed from Peter Abbandonato and walked into the left-wing circle. Nylander fired a shot into traffic that beat Domingue by the glove to provide the Penguins with some insurance. The goal would prove to be the game-winning tally, Nylander’s third of the season.

Jack St. Ivany ballooned the lead to 3-0 10:44 into the second period, blasting home a one-timer on a setup from Ty Smith. The goal was St. Ivany’s second of the season and gave him his second point of the night (1 g, 1 a). Smith’s assist was his second of the game, as he also collected a helper on the night’s fi

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CLEVELAND, OH – The Hartford Wolf Pack got both a shorthanded and powerplay goal on Friday night, as the club evened the season series with the North Division-leading Cleveland Monsters thanks to a 4-2 victory at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.

Carson Meyer was whistled for a cross-checking minor 13:44 into the third period, giving the Wolf Pack their eighth powerplay of the hockey game. Brennan Othmann fed Brett Berard down low, who made a power move to the net. Berard’s initial attempt banked off the leg of a Monsters defenseman and sat in the crease, where Berard jammed it home for his eleventh goal of the season at 14:26.

The goal was Berard’s third game-winning goal of the season.

The sides played a relatively uneventful first period, as neither side was able to find the back of the net. The Wolf Pack held a 7-5 edge in shots, but Jet Greaves slammed the door shut to keep the game without a goal through 20 minutes.

The Wolf Pack would strike 5:26 into the middle frame, opening the scoring with a five-on-five goal after the sides combined to go 0-for-six on the powerplay through the first 25:26. Artem Anisimov shielded the puck behind the Monsters’ net, then sent a backhanded pass to Anton Blidh in front. Blidh quickly ripped a shot over the shoulder of Greaves for his fifth goal of the season.

The Monsters responded at 9:44, grabbing a five-on-five goal of the

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CLEVELAND, OH – Matt Rempe notched the third game-winning goal of his career on Saturday night, potting a rebound 14:14 into the third period to give the Wolf Pack the lead for good. The team’s 3-2 victory completes a two-game sweep of the Cleveland Monsters and gives the Wolf Pack a 3-1-0-0 road trip.  

Rampe buried his second goal of the night to break a 2-2 tie after Jet Greaves left a rebound in the slot area. Brennan Othmann fired a shot that Greaves denied, but Rempe located the rebound and potted his seventh goal of the season. Rempe’s two goals marked his first multi-goal outing since January 10th, 2023.

For the second time in as many nights, the Wolf Pack opened the scoring against the Monsters. After two early penalty kills, the Wolf Pack went to work in the offensive zone and found the icebreaker via a redirection. Cristiano DiGiacinto fired a puck from the left-wing circle that clipped off a Cleveland defenseman and hit Matt Rempe before finding the twine. The goal, scored at 7:03, was Rempe’s sixth of the season, and gave DiGiacinto his first assist of the AHL season.

59 seconds later, the Wolf Pack struck again to take a 2-0 lead. This time, Mac Hollowell set up Blake Hillman in the high slot. Hillman fired a one-timer that beat Jet Greaves through the five-hole for his second goal of the season and first since December 9th.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack opened a season-long, six-game homestand on Wednesday night at the XL Center. Despite scoring on both the powerplay and the penalty kill, the Pack fell 4-2 to the Charlotte Checkers in the first of eight games against their division rival.

It would be Checkers forward Gerry Mayhew’s ninth of the season that proved to be the game-winner at the 14:51 mark of the third period. Mayhew found his way to the front of the net and connected on a behind-the-net feed from Patrick Khodorenko to give the Checkers a 3-2 lead. The goal came 2:51 after Hartford tied the game while shorthanded.

Scoring chances were few and far between in the opening minutes of the contest, but the Pack got their first powerplay opportunity of the evening at 6:47 of the first period as Checkers defenseman Uvis Balinskis went off for slashing.

The Checkers’ penalty kill unit gave the Wolf Pack some trouble early, but it would be Karl Henriksson with just under 30 seconds left on the man advantage who notched his eighth goal of the season to open the scoring. Henriksson buried a short side shot above the right shoulder of Spencer Knight to make it 1-0 Wolf Pack. The goal was Henriksson’s eighth of the season, a new career high.

The Checkers’ response was swift and felt, as they recorded the next nine shots of the game. The offensive pressure led to the tying goal at

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack saw a 4-1 lead evaporate on Friday night against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins at the XL Center. The Pens railed to force overtime at 4-4, but the Wolf Pack got the last laugh when Brett Berard snapped home the first overtime goal of his career to give the Wolf Pack a 5-4 win in front of 6,453 fans.

Berard was the hero tonight, dancing through all three Penguins’ players before sneaking a shot under the glove of Magnus Hellberg to secure the 5-4 overtime victory. Nikolas Brouillard notched his second assist of the night on the play, while Berard’s tally was his team-leading 14th.

The Penguins applied heavy pressure on the opening shift, culminating in the opening goal of the contest on only their second shot. Alex Nylander directed a shot on goal that got lost in a couple of Wolf Pack bodies before Joona Koppanen found the loose puck and beat Louis Domingue for his fourth of the season to put the Pens up 1-0. The goal came at 2:09 and marked the fourth straight meeting in which the Penguins opened the scoring.

The Pack’s response was swift, as Alex Belzile fired a shot on goal that caught a piece of Adam Sýkora to tie the game at one apiece at 9:59.  Sýkora’s tally was his fifth of the year, with Matthew Robertson notching his 50th career professional point with a secondary assist.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Springfield Thunderbirds played a wildly entertaining edition of the ‘I-91 Rivalry’ on Saturday night at the XL Center in Hartford. The Wolf Pack stormed back from a 3-0 hole to tie the game 3-3, but the T-Birds would pull away with three unanswered goals of their own to take a 6-3 decision in front of 8,670 fans.  

Zach Dean would get the game-winner for Springfield, deking his way to the front of the net before beating Dylan Garand on the backhand to put the T-Birds up 4-3 at 13:47 of the second period. The goal was Dean’s first since December 22nd and countered a three-goal stretch from the Wolf Pack.

The Pack came out with good energy, testing Malcolm Subban early on. Matt Rempe was denied on a wraparound try that almost gave Hartford a quick lead. Later on in the shift, Rempe went off for boarding, giving the T-Birds the first powerplay of the contest.

Hartford was able to get the kill, but mere seconds after the powerplay expired, Hugh McGing hit Jakub Vrana with a pass at the top of the right-wing circle. Vrana blasted a one-timer by Garand for his seventh goal of the season to make it 1-0 T-Birds at 9:05.

Springfield added a second goal just under two minutes later, as Ryan Suzuki intercepted a cross-ice pass before beating Garand under the glove on a breakaway to make it 2-0 Thunderbirds. Suzuki&r

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Bridgeport Islanders in the 2,000th game in franchise history in front of a crowd of 7,257 on Friday night at the XL Center. After conceding an early goal, the Pack rattled off the next four goals to defeat their in-state rivals 4-1 in what was a historic night for the franchise.

Brennan Othmann recorded the game-winner late in the second period at 18:35 to propel the Pack to a 2-1 lead. Brett Berard’s hard work along the boards drew in two Bridgeport defenders, opening up space for the cutting Othmann to collect a pass and roof a shot by Jakub Skarek much to the delight of the Wolf Pack faithful. Othmann’s tally was his 12th of the year.

39 seconds was all it took to have the game’s opening goal, as Julien Gauthier deflected a point shot from Robin Salo that snuck under the pad of Louis Domingue to give Bridgeport a 1-0 lead right out of the gate. Gauthier, a Wolf Pack and Rangers alum, made his AHL season debut in this contest.

The Isles had a chance to expand on their lead as Matthew Robertson went off for holding, but a strong kill culminated in Alex Belzile drawing a hooking call on Tyce Thompson at 8:35, giving the Pack a powerplay chance of their own. Hartford had three quality chances on their first powerplay of the night, but Skarek stood tall to preserve Bridgeport’s lead.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed the Providence Bruins for the sixth of ten meetings this season. 7,754 fans entered the XL Center to watch two of the Atlantic Division’s top four teams battle it out. The Bruins jumped out to a 3-0 lead by the midway point of the second period, then held off the Wolf Pack’s push in an eventual 4-1 victory.

It was Bruins forward Patrick Brown netting the game-winner tonight, as the Bruins intercepted a cross-ice pass in their own zone, leading to a three-on-one opportunity the other way. Jayson Megna slipped by the lone Wolf Pack defender before hitting Brown for a one-timer that was lifted over the pad of Dylan Garand to make it 2-0 Bruins.

The Pack went on the kill in the early minutes of the opening period, but Dylan Garand denied all four shots he faced. The Wolf Pack and Bruins exchanged high-danger chances in the ensuing minutes, highlighted by Brennan Othmann being denied on the breakaway by Michael DiPietro.

Following another penalty kill by the Wolf Pack, it would be the Bruins striking first as Georgii Merkulov snapped a shot above the shoulder of Garand to put Providence up 1-0 at 13:48. A late penalty on the Wolf Pack sent the teams into the first intermission with powerplay time left on the clock for the Bruins.

The Bruins extended their lead just 1:42 into the second period with Brown’s goal, which came shortly a

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HARTFORD, CT – Anton Blidh opened the scoring just 51 seconds in for the Hartford Wolf Pack on Friday night in the final game of their six-game homestand. The Laval Rocket would strike four times unanswered, however, pulling away for an eventual 5-2 victory in the third of four meetings between the sides.  

Tobie Bisson blasted home the game-winner for the Rocket at 19:00 of the second period, his sixth goal of the season. Bisson received a pass at the point from Mitchell Stephens and used open space to close in on Louis Domingue. His blast beat Domingue under the blocker to make it 3-1 Laval.

It took just 51 seconds for the Pack to break the ice, as Matthew Robertson took a shot from the point that Jakub Dobeš denied. The rebound sat in the crease, however, allowing Blidh to stuff it home for his sixth goal of the campaign. The marker was Hartford’s fastest to start a game this season.

The Wolf Pack piled on the shots in the opening minutes, but Dobeš stood tall. He stopped dangerous chances from both Artem Anisimov and Mac Hollowell as part of a twelve-save opening period.

The Rocket went on the man advantage late in the first period as Hollowell went off for interference at 17:59. After some extended time in the offensive zone by the Rocket, Stephens snuck a shot through the five-hole of Domingue to tie the game 1-1 at 19:00.

The Pack went on the off

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – Brett Berard played the role of hero on Saturday night, as the Hartford Wolf Pack won their sixth consecutive ‘Battle of Connecticut’ against the rival Bridgeport Islanders. Berard’s overtime winner propelled the Wolf Pack to a 2-1 victory, their seventh straight at Total Mortgage Arena.

Berard took the puck off the right-wing wall, forcing his way to the top of the slot. After maneuvering to between the circles, Berard lasered his team-leading 16th goal of the season at 4:04 of the overtime period. The goal was Berard’s second career overtime game-winner.

For the second night in row, the Wolf Pack opened the scoring early with a hard-working goal. While killing their second penalty of the night, the Wolf Pack earned an offensive zone faceoff when the Islanders played the puck with a high-stick. Artem Anisimov won the face off back to Connor Mackey, who slid a pass to Nikolas Brouillard. Brouillard stepped into a shot that Turner Elson tipped by Jakub Skarek for his fourth goal of the season at 5:21 of the first period.

The goal was Hartford’s sixth shorthanded marker of the season, and the eleventh of Elson’s career. It was Elson’s first shorthanded goal since December 11th, 2021, against the Manitoba Moose as a member of the Grand Rapids Griffins.

In addition to their shorthanded goal, the Wolf Pack pena

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PROVIDENCE, RI – The Hartford Wolf Pack wrapped up a three-in-three stretch on Sunday afternoon at the Amica Mutual Pavilion in Providence against the rival Bruins. Despite a strong effort, the Wolf Pack were unable to solve Michael DiPietro in a 3-0 loss to their division rivals.

After a scoreless opening frame, it was the Bruins who opened the scoring 7:43 into the middle stanza. Just eight seconds into a Turner Elson tripping minor, Fabian Lysell ripped a shot from the right-wing circle. The puck clipped the stick of Patrick Brown to give the Bruins a lead they never lost. The goal was the Bruins’ fifth powerplay goal in the season series and was assisted by Lysell and Ian Mitchell.

Brett Berard, last night’s overtime hero, and Trevor Kuntar were both called for roughing minors after the whistle at 13:26 of the second period. After a four-on-four stretch, Kuntar would jump out of the box and onto the scoresheet. Kuntar took a pass from Alec Regula in the slot and rifled his sixth goal of the season by Louis Domingue at 15:34.

The Wolf Pack pressed early in the third period but couldn’t solve DiPietro. DiPietro made two terrific saves with his left pad, while Matthew Robertson and Artem Anisimov struck the iron.

Seconds after Anisimov hit the goal post, Lysell snuck a shot through Domingue at 3:59 to put the Bruins ahead 3-0. The goal was Lysell’s second point (1 g

Wed, Feb 21 7:00PM
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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack won their second game of the season when scoring less than three goals on Wednesday night, playing a strong defensive game against the rival Bridgeport Islanders. Brennan Othmann’s 14th goal of the season proved to be the game-winning goal as the Pack knocked off the Isles 2-1 for their sixth straight victory in the ‘Battle of Connecticut’.

Othmann potted the game-winner just 4:14 into the middle stanza, roofing a rebound over the shoulder of Ken Appleby. Othmann’s tally was his 14th of the season and his second point of the night. Jake Leschyshyn, whose centering pass went off Grant Hutton and popped to Othmann, also picked up his second point of the night via a primary assist.

Blake Hillman was credited with a secondary helper on the game-winning goal, his career-high eighth of the season.

The Pack came out with good energy, registering the first six shots of the game. Isles forward Daylan Kuefler went off for slashing at 4:10, giving Hartford an early powerplay. Just over a minute into the man advantage, Nikolas Brouillard fired a shot from the point that was tipped by Leschyshyn for his fifth tally of the season, making it 1-0 Wolf Pack at 5:29.

Strong work by the penalty-killing unit sent the teams into the first intermission with Hartford up 1-0, with some brief four-on-four hockey pouring into period two.

Thu, Feb 22 7:00PM
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Cleveland Monsters
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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack rallied back from a three-goal deficit on Thursday night at the XL Center to earn a point against the Cleveland Monsters. Despite their best efforts, however, the rally came up just short as Hunter McKown scored the winner in the bottom half of the fifth round to give the Monsters a 4-3 shootout victory.  

McKown waited out Wolf Pack goaltender Louis Domingue before tucking in the deciding tally. Trey Fix-Wolansky also scored in the shootout, while Brett Berard had Hartford’s lone marker in the skills competition.

The Monsters needed only 16 seconds on their second powerplay attempt to open the scoring on this night. Brendan Gaunce tipped a point shot from Marcus Björk past Domingue to give Cleveland a 1-0 lead at 4:37 of the opening frame. The goal was Cleveland’s third powerplay marker against the Wolf Pack this season.

The Wolf Pack went on the kill for a third time at 8:10, giving the Monsters a chance to extend their lead. The Monsters’ leading scorer among defensemen, Jake Christiansen, buried a shot from the high slot to make it 2-0 just 33 seconds into the advantage. Christiansen’s initial bid rang off the post before finding its way back to his stick, where he made his second try count at 8:43.

The Pack brought good energy following the Christiansen tally, testing Jet Greaves on numerous occasions to try a

Fri, Feb 23 7:05PM
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Springfield Thunderbirds
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SPRINGFIELD, MA – Tyler Pitlick scored twice for the Hartford Wolf Pack on Friday night, helping the team build a 2-0 lead on the Springfield Thunderbirds at the MassMutual Center. The T-Birds would score six of the game’s final seven goals, however, taking a 6-3 decision in the seventh installment of the ‘I-91 Rivalry’.

For the second time in as many meetings, Zach Dean scored the game-winning goal for the Thunderbirds. Dean curled into the high slot and ripped a shot by Dylan Garand to break a 3-3 tie 6:50 into the third period. The goal was Dean’s fifth of the season and was the T-Birds’ first at five-on-five on the night.

The Wolf Pack jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on a pair of goals 38 seconds apart. First, Pitlick notched his second with the Wolf Pack when a Hugh McGing outlet pass hit a leg and came right to the veteran forward. Pitlick fired a low shot that Colten Ellis never saw to make it 1-0 just 10:57 into the game.

Another turnover by the Thunderbirds resulted in a net-mouth scramble in front of Ellis. This time, Matthew Robertson jammed home a rebound for his fourth goal of the season at 11:35.

The Wolf Pack got into some penalty trouble after building the lead, as Blake Hillman took a roughing penalty at 11:46, and Brandon Scanlin went for cross-checking at 12:24. Dylan Coghlan wasted no time on the five-on-three, scoring just five seconds in v

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Postgame Autographs, $2 drafts and $2 hot dogs

Join us postgame for autographs with the Pack! All available players will be stationed throughout the concourse postgame.

 

$2 drafts and $2 hot dogs are back for the 2023-24 season every Friday night until the end of the 1st intermission!

Sun, Mar 3 3:05PM
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Fri, Mar 8 7:00PM
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PJ Stock Appearance and Bobblehead Giveaway, $2 drafts and $2 hot dogs

PJ Stock makes his return to Hartford on this night! There will also be a PJ bobblehead for the first 1,500 fans in attendance on this night. 

 

$2 drafts and $2 hot dogs are back for the 2023-24 season every Friday night until the end of the 1st intermission!

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Sat, Mar 16 6:00PM
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Hartford Hockey Heritage

A fan favorite returns as we take a look at the past, present, and future of hockey in Connecticut’s capital city.

Sun, Mar 17 5:00PM
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Wed, Mar 20 7:05PM
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Wed, Mar 27 7:00PM
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Fri, Mar 29 7:00PM
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College Night, $2 drafts and $2 hot dogs

College students will score some serious savings on this night! Wondering how to snag those savings? Click here to sign up for exclusive deals!

 

$2 drafts and $2 hot dogs are back for the 2023-24 season every Friday night!

Sat, Mar 30 7:00PM
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Guns ‘N Hoses, Postgame Skate with the Players

The annual Guns ‘N Hoses event returns to the XL Center! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to watch local fire and police departments battle it out for bragging rights on the ice.

 

Join some of your favorite players on the ice for a postgame skate! Please note that players are based on availability. For those that will join us, please note that a waiver will be required to go out on the ice. All participants must bring their own skates and hold onto them for the duration of the game.

 

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Fri, Apr 12 7:00PM
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College Night, $2 drafts and $2 hot dogs

College students will score some serious savings on this night! Wondering how to snag those savings? Click here to sign up for exclusive deals!

 

$2 drafts and $2 hot dogs are back for the 2023-24 season every Friday night!

Sun, Apr 14 3:00PM
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Star Wars Night, Miracle League Night, Family Value Packs, and Team Photo Giveaway

We will once again play host to visitors from a galaxy far, far away, and some other exciting features to the night!

 

The Pack have once again partnered with the Miracle League of Connecticut to help foster an environment that is safe for everyone to enjoy. This sensory-friendly game will include softer music and low volumes, a quieter goal horn, and a sensory area for those in need of a quiet space. This room will include sensory-friendly activities for all of those in attendance to partake in.

 

We are excited to bring back our CTDOT Family Value Packs! This pack helps keep it easy when you arrive to the XL Center on designated game days. Each pack comes with 3 tickets, 3 hot dogs, and 3 sodas starting at just $48 (+ fees). To purchase, click here.

 

The first 1,500 fans in attendance on this night will receive a 2023-24 team photo.

Fri, Apr 19 7:00PM
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Bobblehead Giveaway, Fan Appreciation Night, Chance to win $100k, $2 drafts and $2 hot dogs

We're excited to announce that a SECOND bobblehead giveaway will be coming to you this season! Keep an on Wolf Pack social media as we get closer to find out who the bobblehead is.

 

Thank YOU for being a fan! We’re excited to celebrate you all and the excitement that you brought to the XL Center this season. We will once again be offering one lucky fan the chance to win $100,000 during the game.

 

$2 drafts and $2 hot dogs are back for the 2023-24 season every Friday night!

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