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HARTFORD, CT – It was a night, and a victory, 583 days in the making. The Hartford Wolf Pack welcomed fans back inside the XL Center for the first time since March 11th, 2020, on Friday night and treated them to a dramatic 2-1 victory over the rival Bridgeport Islanders.

Forward Morgan Barron, who led the Wolf Pack with ten goals and 21 points a season ago, played the role of hero on this night. Barron sniped home his first goal of the season 7:50 into the third period to give the Wolf Pack their first lead of the season. It proved to be enough.

Things didn’t start so hot for the Wolf Pack on this night, however. Five-time AHL All-Star Chris Terry scored his first goal with the Islanders just 9:00 minutes into the affair to break the ice. Terry, parked in front of Wolf Pack starter Keith Kinkaid, deflected an Arnaud Duranleau shot home.

Bridgeport would fire 15 of the period’s 20 shots, and largely controlled play. The Wolf Pack got a spark late, however, that changed the tide in this one.

Lauri Pajuniemi scored his first career AHL goal at 18:14 of the first period, sneaking one through Jakub Skarek. The shot trickled through the Czech netminder, hit the goal post, and rolled across the goal line before finally crossing to get Hartford on the board.  

The Islanders, who held a 15-5 advantage in shots after one, peppered Kinkaid with ten more bids in the middle frame. Kinkaid was strong, however, slamming the door shu

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HARTFORD, CT – Despite a late five-on-three powerplay opportunity and plenty of chances, the Wolf Pack were unable to complete the comeback on Saturday night and dropped a tightly contested 2-1 decision to the Springfield Thunderbirds.

Veteran Matthew Peca snapped home his first goal as a member of the Thunderbirds 6:08 into the third period to break a 1-1 tie, propelling Springfield to an Opening Night victory and their first win as the primary affiliate of the St. Louis Blues.

Springfield got the party started with a strong first period, outshooting the Wolf Pack by a 13-7 margin and scoring the game’s first goal. Rookie defenseman Scott Perunovich, in his first career AHL game, took a pass from Logan Brown and maneuvered his way into perfect scoring position near the top of the slot. His shot was deflected on the way toward goal by Nikita Alexandrov, beating Wolf Pack starter Adam Huska. The powerplay goal was Alexandrov’s first with the Thunderbirds.

The second period was played at an even pace, as Springfield held a slight 9-8 advantage in shots. The Pack, however, fired the shot that mattered most as they evened the game 1-1 just 76 seconds into the frame. Jonny Brodzinski found Morgan Barron parked in the slot and fed a perfect pass to him, setting Barron up for a glorious scoring chance. The second year forward snapped home a quick shot for his second goal in as many nights, giving the Pack their first powerplay tally of the season.

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HARTFORD, CT – Despite surrendering a goal just 100 seconds into the contest, the Hartford Wolf Pack battled back and took a 4-3 shootout decision over the Providence Bruins in the first of ten meetings between the divisional foes this season.

Tim Gettinger snapped home the shootout winner in the sixth round, beating Providence goaltender Kyle Keyser to break a stretch of ten consecutive stops. Keith Kinkaid denied Jakub Lauko in the bottom half of the sixth round to cement the victory, his sixth stop of the competition.

Providence jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead, scoring just 1:40 into the game. Jakub Lauko weaved into the offensive zone and set Jack Studnicka up in close. The second-round pick of the Boston Bruins in 2015 converted the chance, scoring his first goal of the young season.

Moments later, Hartford took a penalty that could have derailed the game but got another clutch kill to turn the tide. The Wolf Pack capitalized on that momentum, getting a powerplay a few minutes later. Patrick Khodorenko blazed into the zone with speed and fired a shot that Keyser denied, but Austin Rueschhoff was on the doorstep and lifted the rebound home for his first of the season. It was Hartford’s second powerplay goal of the season.

Unfortunately for the Pack, the momentum shifted quickly back to the Bruins. Urho Vaakanainen won a puck battle down low and chipped it into the corner for O

Fri, Oct 22 7:05PM
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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack loaded up the bus and trekked out of New England for the first time in 18 months as they paid a visit to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night. Despite outshooting the Penguins by a 31-27 margin, the Pack dropped a tough 2-1 decision in overtime.

Defenseman Cam Lee weaved his way into scoring position during the three-on-three overtime, sending a backhander onto the Wolf Pack goal. The initial shot was kicked away, but the rebound came right to Kasper Bjorkqvist. Bjorkqvist quickly fired the puck into the empty net, propelling the Penguins to their second victory of the season.

The Penguins opened the scoring on this night, as Filip Hallander buried his first career AHL goal just 6:53 into the contest. Nathan Legare fired a shot on the rush that Wolf Pack goaltender Keith Kinkaid cleanly denied, but the rebound popped right into the slot and onto the stick of Hallander. With Kinkaid committed to the initial save, Hallander had a wide-open net to break the ice.

Just 50 seconds later, the Wolf Pack found themselves on the penalty kill after Austin Rueschhoff took a tripping penalty at the 7:43 mark. For the second game in a row, however, the Hartford penalty kill stole the momentum. A strong, uneventful, kill settled things down, and Hartford began to tilt the ice in the second half of the period.

Finally, with just under half a minute to pla

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack played their second extra time thriller in seven days with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Friday night, this time coming away victorious with a 3-2 shootout decision at the XL Center.

Tim Gettinger scored his second goal in the shootout this season in the fourth round, sliding the puck through the five-hole of Penguins’ netminder Louis Domingue. Jordy Bellerive snapped a shot wide in the bottom half of the fourth round, cementing Hartford’s third straight win at home to start the season.

For the sixth game in a row, the Wolf Pack started off behind the eight-ball, surrendering the game’s first goal. Nathan Legare fired a shot from below the goal, from a near impossible angle, that clipped Sam Houde and beat Keith Kinkaid. Houde’s goal, scored at 5:34, was his first career AHL tally.

For the sixth game in row, the Wolf Pack found a way to ensure they didn’t fall behind by multiple goals, tying the game 1-1 at the 16:44 mark of the first period. After a scramble in front, Anthony Greco banged a puck by Domingue for his second goal of the season. Jonny Brodzinski collected an assist on the tally, his team-leading sixth point of the season.

Neither team found a way to break the tie in the second period, even though both teams had their first powerplay in the final six minutes of the frame. For the fifth time in six games

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack battled hard on Saturday night but were unable to complete the comeback against the Charlotte Checkers, dropping a 3-2 decision to suffer their first home loss of the 2021-22 season.

Scott Wilson perfectly placed a backhand shot over Adam Huska to steal the momentum back at 15:40 of the second period, giving the Checkers the cushion needed to collect the two points on the road.

For the seventh game in a row, the Wolf Pack surrendered the game’s first goal. Logan Hutsko fed a perfect pass across to Serron Noel who tapped the puck into a yawning cage 7:42 into the hockey game to break the ice. Noel’s goal, his first of the season, was just the start in a strong opening period for the visitors.

For the first time this season, the Wolf Pack didn’t score the game’s second goal. Cole Schwindt fired a shot from behind the goal line that hit a body in front and slid by Huska at 17:30. Schwindt’s goal was his first of the season, and dealt Hartford their first multi-goal deficit of the campaign.

The Wolf Pack did draw back within a goal midway through the second period. Tarmo Reunanen fired a shot into traffic that snuck through and fooled Antoine Bibeau to get Hartford on the board. It was Reunanen’s first goal of the season.

Less than five minutes later, however, the Checkers ballooned their lead back to two. Wilson took a stretch pass from Schwindt and gained the offensive zone

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack completed their second three-in-three weekend of the season on Sunday, defeating the Bridgeport Islanders 5-1 at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Connecticut. With the win, Hartford completes the weekend with a 2-1-0-0 record and moves to 5-2-1-0 on the season.

Hunter Skinner’s shot from the blueline through traffic 17:26 into the hockey game put Hartford up 2-0 at the time and would stand as the deciding goal in Hartford’s second victory over the Islanders this season.

For the first time in 2021-22, the Wolf Pack drew first blood in a game. Tim Gettinger located Anthnoy Greco in the slot and fired a perfect pass onto the veteran’s stick. Greco quickly released a shot and snapped his third goal of the season past Islanders’ netminder Cory Schneider to open the scoring 15:43 into the game.

Moments later, the Wolf Pack would balloon the lead to 2-0. Skinner fired a shot through traffic from the point that Schneider never saw. The goal, assisted by Tarmo Reunanen, was Skinner’s first of the season and the second of his young career.

Hartford extended the lead to 3-0, their first three goal lead of the campaign, 4:53 into the second period. Zach Giuttari fired a shot on goal that Schneider denied, but the Islander netminder could not corral the rebound. Cristiano DiGiacinto was on the doorstep and buried his first career AHL goal into the yawning cage.

Bridgeport finally got on the

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HARTFORD, CT – The offensive explosion continued for the Hartford Wolf Pack on Friday night. The club scored a season-high seven goals, defeating the rival Bridgeport Islanders by a final score of 7-4 at the XL Center. The win moved Hartford to 4-1-0-0 on home ice this season.

Tim Gettinger pushed his point streak to five games 7:47 into the third period, scoring the eventual winning goal. Gettinger powered his way into the offensive zone, pushed back Bridgeport defenseman Mitchell Vande Sompel, and perfectly placed a backhand shot over goalie Cory Schneider to make it a 5-3 game at the time.

For just the second time this season, Hartford struck first. Tarmo Reunanen fired a shot from the blueline that fooled Islanders’ starter Jakub Skarek. The goal was Reunanen’s first of the season, with P.C. Labrie collecting an assist. The assist gives Labrie a three-game point streak.

The lead lasted just under three minutes, however. On their first powerplay of the night, Andy Andreoff perfectly setup Anatolii Golyshev in the slot. Golyshev snapped his fifth of the season by Keith Kinkaid to tie the affair 1-1, just eight seconds into the powerplay.

The seesaw continued at the 11:18 mark, when Ty Ronning capitalized on an Islander turnover and fired home his second goal of the season. Just 1:07 later, however, Simon Holmstrom fed Blade Jenkins on a two-on-one, and Jenkins cleanly scored h

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack kept the good times rolling at the XL Center on Saturday night, winning their fifth game in six tries on home ice this season with a 4-3 decision over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. It was Hartford’s third victory in a row, their first such streak of the season.

Tanner Fritz fired a shot from the slot that Louis Domingue denied, but the puck took an awkward bounce and came to Lauri Pajuniemi. Pajuniemi walked into the high-slot and let a long shot go that clipped the stick of defenseman Chris Ortiz. The redirection fooled Domingue, putting the Wolf Pack up 4-0 at the time.

Hartford struck for the first time for the third game in a row. Alex Whelan forced a turnover in the offensive zone and tipped the puck to Fritz, who snapped his third goal of the season by Domingue at 6:52 to break the ice. The goal was Fritz’s third of the season, and his third in as many games.

64 seconds later, Anthony Bitetto announced his presence back in the lineup with his second goal of the season. The veteran defenseman let a long wrist shot go from the near point, clipping a defenseman on the way in. The redirect caught Domingue, pushing the Wolf Pack lead to 2-0.

Hartford’s penalty kill unit rebounded quite nicely after failing to kill both penalties on Friday night. Jonny Brodzinski fed defenseman Braden Schneider in the slot, who quickly dropp

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack tied the game late on Sunday afternoon in Bridgeport but were beaten in the final minute by the rival Bridgeport Islanders by a score of 3-2 to complete a three-in-three weekend with a 2-1-0-0 record.

Kyle McLean fired a shot into traffic from the high slot, beating Keith Kinkaid at 19:35 of the final period. The shot initially came right out of the net and appeared to have hit the post. After further review, the goal call was confirmed, giving the Islanders their first win in the ‘Battle of Connecticut’ this season.

The Islanders opened the scoring in this game 3:31 into the contest. Otto Koivula snapped a shot from the faceoff circle that beat Kinkaid glove side. The goal, Koivula’s second of the season, was assisted by Arnaud Durandeau. The Pack answered back just under 15 minutes later, creating chaos in the Islander end. Tanner Fritz fired a shot on goal that Jakub Skarek denied, but Cristiano DiGiacinto found the rebound and buried it for his second career AHL goal.

The Islanders regained the lead just 1:56 into the middle frame. Durandeau blazed into the Wolf Pack zone and fired a quick shot that beat Kinkaid. Hartford hit two posts in the period, and got a late powerplay, but were unable to even the game before the second intermission.

Late in the third period, the Wolf Pack finally did get things back to even. Lauri Pajun

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack found themselves down 2-0 at the first intermission on Friday night in Springfield. The Wolf Pack were not deterred, however, and scored four unanswered goals in the second period to take a lead they would not lose at the MassMutual Center. When the dust settled, Hartford came away with a key 6-4 victory over the rival Thunderbirds.

Lauri Pajuniemi fed Ty Ronning in the slot late in the third period, teeing up Ronning for a one-timer that beat Springfield netminder Colten Ellis at 15:37. Ronning’s goal, his fourth of the season, put the Pack ahead 5-3 at the time and would stand as the winning marker.

The Thunderbirds jumped out to an early lead, converting on a turnover by the Wolf Pack in their own zone. Alexey Toropchenko collected the loose puck at the blueline after poking it away from Anthony Greco and danced into the Hartford zone. Toropchenko got to the top of the crease and snuck a forehand shot by Wolf Pack starter Keith Kinkaid to open the scoring just 22 seconds into the game.

Springfield extended the lead to 2-0 at the 16:06 mark of the period. Nolan Stevens took a Josh Wesley pass just inside of his own zone and danced all the way into the Wolf Pack end. Stevens fired a shot from the faceoff circle that beat Kinkaid for his second goal of the season.

The Wolf Pack did kill off all three Thunderbird powerplays in the first period, whi

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack found themselves in a tight contest with the Providence Bruins at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island on Saturday night. After surrendering the game’s first goal late in the contest, the Wolf Pack locked things down and came away with a dramatic 2-1 overtime decision.

Morgan Barron got two beautiful looks on Bruins’ goalie Kyle Keyser in overtime but was denied on both bids. Barron was able to poke the loose puck to veteran Anthony Greco, who fired the overtime winner into the yawning cage to complete the comeback.

The sides played the first two periods to a 0-0 draw, but it wasn’t for a lack of chances. Adam Huska made numerous key saves in the second period, including two on breakaway bids by Jack Studnicka and Zach Senyshyn.

Providence finally broke the ice at the 13:15 mark of the third period, scoring their lone goal of the contest. Veteran forward Chris Wagner fed the puck to Studnicka, who gained the offensive zone and then fired a centering pass to Jakub Lauko. Lauko quickly released a shot that beat Huska for his second goal of the season.

Even after giving up a goal, the Wolf Pack stuck to the process and found themselves on the powerplay at the 16:10 mark of the third period when Nick Wolff was called for cross-checking. Lauri Pajuniemi fed Jonny Brodzinski at the side of the goal, and the captain mad

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack fell behind 3-1 on Wednesday night at the XL Center in downtown Hartford, but used another big second period to propel a comeback and defeat the rival Bridgeport Islanders by a final score of 4-3.

Thanks to a roughing penalty to Grant Hutton and a delay of game to Kyle MacLean, the Wolf Pack found themselves on a five-on-three powerplay late in the third period. Jonny Brodzinski won a faceoff back to Zac Jones, who fed Morgan Barron in the near faceoff circle. Barron fired a one-timer that beat Jakub Skarek at 18:15 of the second period to break a 3-3 tie and put the Wolf Pack up for good.

Hartford opened the scoring just 2:48 into the game, using a strong start to break the ice. Cristiano DiGiacinto fired a perfect pass to Justin Richards, who skated into scoring position and snapped home his first goal of the season to kick start the scoring.

The Islanders took over from there, scoring each of the game’s next three goals to jump ahead 3-1. Otto Koivula scored his third goal of the season on the powerplay 8:02 into the game, redirecting a shot by Arnaud Durandeau. 3:57 later, the Islanders would gain their first lead of the night when Blade Jenkins pounced on a rebound and buried his fourth of the campaign.

Jenkins needed less than three minutes to find the net a second time. His second of the game and fifth of the season came at 14:43, as he gai

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack battled back in the third period for the second time in as many tries in Providence on Friday night, but this time the Pack were unable to complete the comeback in a 2-1 overtime defeat at the hands of the Providence Bruins.

Steven Fogarty sent a pass to Oskar Steen early in the three-on-three overtime in the Hartford zone. Steen, in scoring position, displayed great patience in waiting out Adam Huska before snapping home his sixth goal of the season just 26 seconds into overtime to give the Bruins the 2-1 victory.

For the second game in a row, goals were hard to come by for both the Wolf Pack and the Bruins. The Bruins opened the scoring on this night, getting the ice breaker 8:48 into the contest. Aaron Ness fired a shot from the point that Huska denied, but Jesper Froden pounced on the rebound and buried his third goal of the season to get the Bruins on the board.

The second period didn’t see any goals but did see the Wolf Pack penalty kill go to work. Patrick Khodorenko and Lauri Pajuniemi took back-to-back penalties at 7:05 and 10:59 of the period, forcing the Pack to test one of the league’s top PK units. Luckily for Hartford, they were up to the task. The Pack successfully killed off both minors.

Hartford finally broke out offensively early in the third period. Tanner Fritz fired the puck into the slot area from below the goal line. T

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack gave up three unanswered goals in the second period to fall behind the visiting Hershey Bears 3-2, but stormed back with five unanswered of their own in the third period to take a 7-3 decision at the XL Center on Saturday night.

Ty Ronning sprung Lauri Pajuniemi into the offensive zone just a minute after tying the game 3-3. Pajuniemi gained separation from two Hershey defenders and snapped his second goal of the game by Hershey starter Zach Fucale at 3:57 to give Hartford the lead back for good.

The Wolf Pack started the game off strong, opening the scoring 6:18 into the contest. Braden Schneider sent a perfect pass to Anthony Greco, who fired home his fifth of the season to get the night going. Just under six minutes later, at 12:13, Patrick Khodorenko lit the lamp for the first time this season. P.C. Labrie found Khodorenko, who fooled Fucale with a snapshot through traffic to put the Pack up 2-0.

The second period was a completely different frame, unfortunately for the Wolf Pack. Shane Gersich got the Bears on the board just 93 seconds into the stanza, pouncing on a turnover for his first goal of the season.

Hershey was able to even the game just under nine minutes later. Lucas Johansen fired a shot from the point that Mike Sgarbossa deflected on the way in. The redirect beat Keith Kinkaid, giving Sgarbossa his sixth goal of the season at 10:06. Her

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack found themselves trailing 2-0 at the first intermission for the second time in as many tries against the Springfield Thunderbirds. For the second time in as many tries, the Wolf Pack scored four unanswered goals in the second period to take a lead they would not lose in an impressive 5-3 victory at the XL Center.

Ty Ronning fed defenseman Anthony Bitetto at the blueline just seconds into a powerplay late in the second period. Bitetto, playing his first game since November 7th, fired a shot into traffic that Thunderbirds’ netminder Joel Hofer never saw. The goal, scored at 17:17, was Hartford’s second powerplay goal of the night and capped a four goal second period, putting Hartford up 4-2.

The Thunderbirds came out strong on this night, using their special teams units to create an early advantage. Nathan Todd scored his fifth goal of the season at 12:44 on the powerplay, converting a Logan Brown feed to break the ice. Just under two minutes later, at 14:25, the Thunderbirds struck again, this time shorthanded.

Tommy Cross fed a pass to Nathan Walker, who came in on a two-on-one with Mackenzie MacEachern. MacEachern converted the pass, ripping home his third of the season to make it a 2-0 game.

Hartford needed just 34 seconds to get on the board in the middle stanza, completely flipping this game on its head. Zac Jones weaved

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack drew first blood on Saturday afternoon in Springfield but surrendered four unanswered goals to the Springfield Thunderbirds to drop a 4-2 decision. The loss snapped the club’s six-game (5-0-1-0) point streak.

Nikita Alexandrov capped the scoring in the middle stanza with his fourth goal of the season at 11:10 of the period, putting the Thunderbirds ahead 3-1 at the time. Alexandrov curled into the far faceoff circle and fired a shot that cleanly beat Wolf Pack starter Adam Huska. The goal would stand as the game winner.

For the first time in this season series, the Wolf Pack struck first at the MassMutual Center thanks to a powerplay goal just 4:55 into the hockey game. Matthew Robinson fed Anthony Greco with a pass, and Greco gained the offensive zone on a two-on-one with Ty Ronning. Greco fed Ronning, who fired home his sixth goal of the season.

The goal extended Ronning’s point streak to five games and gave the Wolf Pack powerplay goals in six of their last seven games.

Like Hartford did on Friday night, however, Springfield used a big second period to turn a deficit into a lead. Mackenzie MacEachern got the Thunderbirds on the board at 3:03 of the middle stanza, as his shot hit Huska, went into the air, and eventually bounced into the net.

The T-Birds took their first lead of the afternoon on a powerplay goal 5:35 later. Sam Anas

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack battled back multiple times on Sunday afternoon in their first game in 15 days, but ultimately came up just short in Lehigh Valley. The Wolf Pack dropped a 4-3 shootout decision to the Phantoms at PPL Center, their second consecutive loss.

Adam Clendening scored in the third round of the shootout, snapping a shot by Adam Húska to give the Phantoms their second win of the weekend and their first against the Wolf Pack this season.

Gerry Mayhew got the afternoon started with his team-leading ninth goal of the season 18:48 into the hockey game. Mayhew’s tally, assisted by Clendening and Garrett Wilson, came on the powerplay.

The Wolf Pack tied the contest just 2:23 into the second period, starting the scoring in a frantic middle frame. Morgan Barron notched his team-leading seventh of the season for Hartford, pouncing on a rebound and depositing it past Pat Nagle.

The Phantoms regained the lead at 8:30, as Wilson fired home his fifth of the season. Just under five minutes later, at 13:17, Isaac Ratcliffe potted his third of the season to give the Phantoms a 3-1 lead.

The Wolf Pack were able to cut the lead to 3-2 before the intermission. Austin Rueschhoff scored his second goal of the season at 18:49. Rueschhoff tipped a slap-pass from defenseman Tarmo Reunanen by Nagle to give the Pack life heading into the final regulation period.

In the third, Hartford scored the lone goal of the frame as

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack drew first blood on Friday night at the XL Center, but ultimately couldn’t build on it in a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in their first home game in 21 days. The loss gives Hartford their first three-game losing streak of the 2021-22 season.

Logan Day dropped a pass back to Connor Bunnaman, who gained position in the offensive zone and fired a hard, heavy shot on Wolf Pack starter Adam Húska. The bid beat Húska, giving the Phantoms their first lead 17:56 into the second period. The goal would prove to be the difference in the Phantoms’ third straight victory.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring 1:49 into the second period. Lauri Pajuniemi faked a pass to Matthew Robertson at the point, and instead fed Anthony Greco just off the far wall. Greco worked his way into the slot and fired a shot by Pat Nagle for his sixth of the season.

The Wolf Pack, however, were unable to build on the lead. The Phantoms tied the game 59 seconds later, as Hayden Hodgson tipped a Cal O’Reilly pass home for his fourth goal of the season at 2:48. Just under five minutes later, the Phantoms had a glorious chance to wrestle the lead away from Hartford.

Forward P.C. Labrie was called for four minutes of penalties, taking a two-minute minor for elbowing and another for unsportsmanlike conduct. The Wolf Pack penalty kill, rank

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack drew first blood for the third time in four games on Saturday night at the MassMutual Center, but the club found themselves on the losing end for the fourth time in a row as they fell 6-4 at the hands of the Thunderbirds in Springfield.

Keean Washkurak’s fifth goal of the season proved to be the difference. The tally, coming 4:06 into the third period, was a redirect off a shot from Tommy Cross that made it a 5-2 game at the time.

For the third time in four games, the Wolf Pack opened the scoring. Hartford’s first powerplay of the game didn’t lead to a goal, but it did create momentum for the team in the offensive zone. Seconds after the powerplay expired, Lauri Pajuniemi fired a shot towards goal that hit Patrick Khodorenko and found its way into the net 10:50 into the opening frame.

For the third straight time, however, Hartford was unable to build on the early lead. After a scramble in the Wolf Pack zone, Drew Callin beat Tyler Wall with a shot from the high slot to even the contest at 16:36. At 18:53, the T-Birds gained their first lead of the night on a misplay by the Wolf Pack.

The puck found its way to Calle Rosen’s stick, and he blasted a shot by a diving Wall for a shorthanded marker to make it a 2-1 game.

The Wolf Pack got the game back to even at 12:14 of the second period with a powerplay goal. Morgan Barron f

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack found themselves in a 3-0 hole on Sunday afternoon at the XL Center in downtown Hartford. The Pack did not quit, however, and stormed back for their largest comeback victory of the season as they stunned the Springfield Thunderbirds 4-3 in the shootout.

Tim Gettinger played the role of hero for the third time this season in the shootout, as he cemented Hartford’s comeback win in the bottom half of the third round.  

Things did not start well for the Wolf Pack on this Sunday afternoon. Sam Anas opened the scoring with his fifth goal of the season 13:41 into the contest. Anas broke into the Wolf Pack zone on a two-on-one with Hugh McGing but elected to shoot instead of pass. Anas snapped the shot by Keith Kinkaid, getting the offensive party started.

Springfield extended the lead just 1:45 into the middle frame as Keean Washkurak scored his sixth goal of the campaign. Klim Kostin’s shot was denied by Kinkaid, but Washkurak pounced on the rebound to make it a 2-0 lead. Nolan Stevens made it a 3-0 game at 10:52, deflecting an Anas shot home on the powerplay for his third goal of the season.

Hartford got a bit of life late in the second, as Tim Gettinger blasted a shot by Colten Ellis for his eighth goal of the season. Gettinger took a pass from Anthony Greco and stepped into the blast for his second goal in as many games.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack found themselves in a 3-0 hole for the second consecutive game on Wednesday night, but once again battled back to force overtime at the XL Center. Unfortunately, the Wolf Pack couldn’t complete the comeback tonight, falling 6-5 in the shootout to the rival Bridgeport Islanders.

Mitch Vande Sompel led off the top half of the fourth round of the shootout and weaved his way down the slot before firing a shot through the five-hole of Keith Kinkaid to put the Islanders ahead 2-1 in the shootout. Jakub Skarek denied Anthony Greco in the bottom half to cement Bridgeport’s second victory over the Wolf Pack this season.

The Islanders opened the scoring 3:31 into the contest, as Jeff Kubiak tapped home his second goal of the season on a pass from Cole Bardreau. The goal was Kubiak’s second in three games, and first against Hartford on the campaign.

In the second period, the Islanders extended their lead early. Just one minute into the period, Michael Dal Colle found the back of the net for the fourth time this season. He redirected a one-time bid from Paul LaDue, who collected his third assist on the goal. The Islanders made it a 3-0 game 9:17 later, as Grant Hutton blasted his fourth goal home at 10:17. Veteran Paul Thompson provided the screen for Hutton.

The Wolf Pack, as they always seem to do, found a way to fight back. 42 seconds after Hut

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack had quite a different look on Wednesday night when they took the short trip south to Bridgeport to take on the Islanders in the latest installment of the ‘Battle of Connecticut’. With eight news faces on the roster, the Wolf Pack battle hard and claimed a dramatic 3-2 victory, extending their point-streak to three games (2-0-0-1).

Anthony Greco slid a pass to a streaking Justin Richards at center ice. Richards gained the Islander zone and blazed by defenseman Samuel Boduc, creating a chance in from of the goal. Richards tucked a backhand shot by starting goaltender Ken Appleby at 17:39 of the third period, giving the Wolf Pack a 3-2 lead that they would not lose.

The Wolf Pack and Islanders played a relatively uneventful first period, with neither side able to break the ice. François Brassard, in his AHL debut, made 12 saves in the opening period, while Appleby denied all five Wolf Pack bids.

In the second period, it was the Islanders who broke the ice. Kyle MacLean took a pass from Erik Brown and cut down the slot, eventually beating Brassard with a backhand shot for his third goal of the season. It was his second goal against the Wolf Pack on the campaign, and his first goal since November 10th.

The Wolf Pack weren’t deterred, however, and responded quickly to even the score at 1-1. Zach Berzolla, in his AHL debut,

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack surrendered the first goal for the fourth straight game on Friday afternoon at the XL Center. After gaining points in each of the first three games in which they surrendered the first goal, the Wolf Pack were unable to battle back this time, falling 4-0 to the Providence Bruins.

Jesper Froden opened the scoring 4:57 into the hockey game, tapping a puck into an empty net after a perfect pass from Oskar Steen on the powerplay. The goal gave the Bruins a lead they would not lose on this New Year’s Eve.

Steen would pad the Bruins lead to two at 19:36 of the opening period, blasting a one-time shot home for his team-leading tenth of the season. Urho Vaakanainen and former Wolf Pack captain Steven Fogarty collected the assists on the goal.

Fogarty would extend the lead to 3-0 at 11:44 of the middle frame. Froden sent a pass into the far circle that Fogarty quickly collected and sent towards the goal. The shot zipped by the glove of François Brassard for Fogarty’s sixth goal of the season.

Just under three minutes later, at 17:25, Cameron Hughes put an exclamation point on the scoring with a shorthanded marker for his fourth of the season. Alex-Olivier Voyer forced a turnover and skated the puck into the Hartford zone shorthanded before dropping the puck back to Hughes. Hughes snapped a quick shot home for the third special teams’ goal

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack scored first on Sunday afternoon and fired 39 shots on goal, but their furious comeback bid came up short in a 4-3 loss against the Rochester Americans at the XL Center in downtown Hartford.

Mason Jobst attempted a wrap-around on Hartford goalie Adam Húska but got in too tight and pushed the puck through the crease. Arttu Ruotsalainen was streaking down the far side of the ice and put home his first goal of the season at 9:40 of the third period. The goal put the Americans ahead 4-2 at the time and would stand as the winner.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring on Lauri Pajuniemi’s seventh goal of the season. Patrick Khodorenko sent a pass into the slot that Hunter Skinner couldn’t connect with. The puck bounced to Pajuniemi, who danced through a few defenders and fired a backhand shot by Michael Houser just 5:15 into the tilt.

The Americans were able to tie the game just 6:30 later, however. Mason Jobst’s initial shot was denied by Húska, but the rebound was jammed home by Ryan Scarfo for his second goal of the season. Scarfo’s tally came at the 11:45 mark.

Hartford regained the lead 3:33 into middle frame on Mike O’Leary’s first goal of the season. Austin Rueschhoff sent a perfect pass into the slot that O’Leary tapped home. Once again, however, Rochester kept the game within reach. JJ Peterka g

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack got Aaron Luchuk’s first goal with the club but came up short on Friday night in a 5-2 loss to the Rochester Americans at Blue Cross Arena.

Rochester went to the powerplay 15:03 into the hockey game when Zach Giuttari was whistled for interference. On their first powerplay of the night, the Americans went to work. Mason Jobst sent a pass to Linus Weissbach, who slipped open in the near side of the offensive zone. Weissbach snapped a wrist-shot that beat Wolf Pack starter Tyler Wall for his sixth goal of the season, making it a 3-1 game at the time. The tally would stand as the eventual game winner.

The Americans opened the scoring just 3:26 into the hockey game. Ryan MacInnis tallied his seventh goal of the season, capitalizing on a Wolf Pack turnover in their own end. MacInnis won a race to the puck and chipped it towards Wall. The puck fluttered in behind the netminder, putting the Wolf Pack in an early hole.

Luchuk, however, evened the contest at 1-1 just under two minutes later. Tanner Fritz fed Luchuk in the far faceoff circle, where he quickly fired off a shot that cleanly beat Aaron Dell for his fifth career AHL goal and first with the Wolf Pack. It was his first AHL goal since February 5th, 2019, when he was a member of the Belleville Senators.

Jack Quinn broke the 1-1 tie 11:46 into the hockey game to give the Amerks a lead the

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack became just the second team to claim victory at the Adirondack Bank Center in Utica, New York in regulation this season on Saturday night. The Wolf Pack built a 2-0 lead on the road, then hung on for a 2-1 victory over the North Division’s top team.

Mike O’Leary held the offensive zone at the near point early in the second period, keeping the pressure going for the Wolf Pack. O’Leary then centered a pass for Cristiano DiGiacinto, who tapped a backhand feed right onto the stick of Alex Whelan. Whelan walked down the far side, electing to shoot the puck from a sharp angle. The shot fooled Utica starter Mareks Mitens, sneaking in at the 6:44 mark to give Hartford a 2-0 lead.

For just the tenth time this season, the Wolf Pack opened the scoring. Justin Richards scored his third goal of the season at 11:45 of the hockey game to break the ice. Anthony Bitetto, playing in his 200th career AHL game, attempted a cross-ice pass intended for Ty Ronning. The pass redirected off Richards, finding its way into the net just seconds into Hartford’s first powerplay of the night.

Hartford extended the lead to 2-0 6:44 into the middle frame thanks to Whelan’s tally. The Wolf Pack also had a big penalty kill late in the frame following Jake Elmer’s slashing infraction at the 12:13 mark. Adam Húska stood tall to keep t

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack struck first on Wednesday night at the XL Center in Hartford but couldn’t hold off a late push from the Charlotte Checkers. Grigori Denisenko struck twice to give the Checkers a thrilling 2-1 overtime victory, becoming the first team to defeat the Wolf Pack this season when trailing after forty minutes.

Denisenko, who forced overtime, also ended overtime just 1:52 into the extra frame. Logan Hutsko fed Denisenko in the neutral zone, allowing him to gain the offensive end of the ice with possession. Denisenko displayed patience, cutting towards the goal while keeping both the shooting and the passing lanes open. Denisenko elected to shoot and labelled a shot over the shoulder of François Brassard to push the Checkers into the winner’s circle.

The sides played a rare scoreless first period, with both Brassard and Checkers’ starter Joey Daccord making numerous stops. Brassard made nine saves, while Daccord made ten. Hartford also had a key penalty kill late in the period following a hooking infraction on Zach Berzolla.

The Wolf Pack finally broke the ice 18:56 into the middle frame. Nils Lundkvist snapped a pass ahead to Tanner Fritz, who fed Austin Rueschhoff gaining the offensive zone. Rueschhoff walked into the near faceoff circle and fired a wrist-shot over the glove of Daccord for his fourth tally of the season. Lundkvist, making his

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HARTFORD, CT – Austin Rueschhoff scored his second goal in as many games on Friday night, but it wasn’t enough for the Hartford Wolf Pack in Providence as they dropped a 5-1 decision against the Providence Bruins at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

Justin Brazeau sent a pass cross-ice in front of the Wolf Pack goal that ended up in the crease area, eventually hitting the skate of Eduards Tralmaks. The Latvian forward’s redirect was enough for the puck to find its way behind Tyler Wall, breaking a 1-1 tie and giving the Bruins a lead they would not lose 9:23 into the second period.

The Bruins broke the ice 15:25 into the hockey game with a rebound chance. Samuel Asselin fired a shot that Wall was able to stop, but the rebound sat in front of the crease. Zach Senyshyn found the loose puck and buried it for his ninth goal of the season. Asselin and Jack Studnicka collected the assists on the tally.

The Wolf Pack evened the affair 6:23 into the second with Rueschhoff’s second in as many games. Tanner Fritz fed Aaron Luchuk, who found a streaking Rueschhoff coming down the slot. Rueschhoff was able to redirect the pass by Bruins’ starter Jeremy Swayman for his fifth goal of the season. The assist was Luchuk’s first with the Wolf Pack.

Just three minutes later, at 9:23, Tralmaks gave the Bruins the lead back with his fourth goal of the campaign.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack struck just 96 seconds into the contest on Saturday night, gaining a lead they would not lose in a 4-0 victory over the visiting Laval Rocket. The win gives Hartford points in three of their last four games.

Austin Rueschhoff scored his third goal in as many games just 1:36 into the contest, banging a puck by Rocket starter Kevin Poulin. The goal, which was Rueschhoff’s third straight tally for the Wolf Pack, stood up as the game winner on this night.

Lauri Pajuniemi tacked on the insurance marker 10:56 into second period. The rookie forward, in his second game back from the Rangers’ taxi squad, ran out of room as he tried to tuck a backhand shot by Poulin. Pajuniemi maintained possession behind the net, electing to shoot it off the veteran goaltender’s leg. The puck bounced off Poulin’s pads and found its way into the net to make it a 2-0 game.

Hartford found itself in some penalty trouble in the final 30 minutes of the affair. The Wolf Pack were shorthanded four times in the final 32:10 of the hockey game but killed off all the infractions. On the weekend, the Pack killed off eleven of twelve penalties taken over the course of two games.

In the third period, the Rocket pushed hard. They fired 15 shots on Kinkaid, but the veteran goaltender denied all their bids to cement his eleventh victory of the campaign and the club’s

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Star Wars Night + Pint Glass Giveaway

Star Wars night is officially here! Some of your favorite characters will be patrolling the concourse while a Padawan training will take place in the atrium. There will also be a lightsaber raffled off with proceeds going to the Ronald McDonald House.

 

The first 1,500 fans will receive a Wolf Pack pint glass courtesy of Lewis Real Estate Services.

 

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Join us for a night of games on the concourse.

 

The first 1,500 fans will receive a red Wolf Pack t-shirt courtesy of CT-DOT.

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Love is love – join us as we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community when the Wolf Pack take on the Providence Bruins. Hockey is for everyone!

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Hartford Hockey Heritage, Hockey 'N Hops, Hockey 'N Vine + PopSocket Giveaway

We’re excited to announce the addition of “Hockey ‘N Vine” to our promotional schedule. Now is your chance to sample local beer AND wine! Join us pre-game for a sample of CT.

 

Join us as we pay tribute to the past and acknowledge the present and future of hockey in Hartford.

 

The first 1,500 fans will receive a PopSocket courtesy of Carvel.

Sun, Feb 27 3:05PM
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March

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Wed, Mar 2 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators
Sat, Mar 5 7:30PM
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Hershey Bears

Military Appreciation Night and T-Shirt Giveaway

On this night we will recognize our local heroes and the sacrifices they and their families have made during their service tenure.

 

The first 1,500 fans will receive a t-shirt courtesy of CT-DOT.

Sun, Mar 6 3:00PM
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Bridgeport Islanders

Sonar's Birthday + Mascot Mania

It’s Sonar’s birthday! Celebrate with us and a few local mascot friends.

 

Looking for a family friendly deal? Check out our CT-DOT Hat Trick Packs – 3 tickets, 3 hot dogs, and 3 fountain sodas. Packages are available in both the red ($63+fees) and blue ($54+fees) sections.

Sat, Mar 12 7:05PM
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Lehigh Valley Phantoms
Sun, Mar 13 3:05PM
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Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins
Wed, Mar 16 7:00PM
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Syracuse Crunch
Fri, Mar 18 7:00PM
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Laval Rocket
Sat, Mar 19 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators
Wed, Mar 23 7:00PM
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Springfield Thunderbirds
Fri, Mar 25 7:00PM
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Springfield Thunderbirds

Battle of the Bands + College Night

Show up and show out for your respective schools*! The school with the most students and alumni attending will win some serious bragging rights.

*open to schools of all levels (incl. college)

 

$2 beers and $1 hot dogs are available every Friday night thanks to our friends at Nomads!

Sat, Mar 26 7:00PM
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Hershey Bears

Wolf Pack Alumni, Guns ‘N Hoses + Calder Cup Poster Giveaway

The 1999-2000 Calder Cup Champion Wolf Pack Alumni will make their triumphant return to Hartford! Keep an eye out as to who will be coming to celebrate. We can promise that there are multiple fan favorites attending this special night!

 

The annual Guns ‘N Hoses event returns to the XL Center! It’s certainly one you will not want to miss.

 

The first 1,500 fans will receive a hand drawn poster courtesy of Carvel.

Mon, Mar 28 7:00PM
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Utica Comets
Wed, Mar 30 7:05PM
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April

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Fri, Apr 1 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators

Concessions Promo

$2 beers and $1 hot dogs are available every Friday night thanks to our friends at Nomads!

Sat, Apr 2 7:00PM
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Syracuse Crunch

Hartford Sports Weekend and Coffee Mug Giveaway

Join us as we celebrate all of the local sports teams that Hartford has to offer! The first 1,500 fans will also receive a Wolf Pack coffee mug, courtesy of Xfinity.

Mon, Apr 4 7:05PM
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Providence Bruins
Thu, Apr 7 7:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers
Fri, Apr 8 7:00PM
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Sun, Apr 10 1:00PM
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Wed, Apr 13 7:00PM
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Belleville Senators
Fri, Apr 15 7:00PM
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Toronto Marlies
Sat, Apr 16 7:05PM
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Rochester Americans
Fri, Apr 22 7:00PM
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Charlotte Checkers

Concessions Promo

$2 beers and $1 hot dogs are available every Friday night thanks to our friends at Nomads!

Sat, Apr 23 7:00PM
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Bridgeport Islanders
Sun, Apr 24 3:00PM
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Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins

Fan Appreciation Night

It’s our turn to celebrate YOU, the fans, and all of the excitement that you have brought with you into the XL Center.

 

Looking for a family friendly deal? Check out our CT-DOT Hat Trick Packs – 3 tickets, 3 hot dogs, and 3 fountain sodas. Packages are available in both the red ($63+fees) and blue ($54+fees) sections.