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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack opened the 2022 preseason with a rollercoaster victory. The club trailed both 3-0 and 4-3 before taking a late lead that they would not lose en route to a 5-4 victory over the Bridgeport Islanders.

Defenseman Blake Hillman, who signed an AHL contract with the club over the summer, broke a 4-4 tie at 15:40 of the third period with his first goal of the preseason. Hillman collected a loose puck in the high slot and wired a wrist shot by Henrik Tikkanen to give the Pack their first lead of the afternoon. The goal would stand as the game-winner in the club’s exhibition opener

The Islanders jumped out to an early 3-0 lead, scoring a trio of early powerplay goals to put the Wolf Pack in a hole. Daylan Kuefler opened the scoring 6:09 into the contest thanks to a redirection in the slot of a Jimmy Lambert shot. The deflection snuck through the five-hole of Wolf Pack starter Olof Lindbom.

The Islander powerplay struck again just 5:26 later to make it a 2-0 game. Vincent Sevigny fed William Dufour in the near faceoff circle in the Hartford zone. The 152nd overall pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft fired a one-time shot that cleanly beat Lindbom over the glove at 11:35 for his first goal of the preseason. Ruslan Iskhakov extended it to a 3-0 lead at 15:15, scoring a powerplay goal of his own.

The Wolf Pack battled back, finally getting on the b

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack completed a sweep of their preseason home-and-home series with the Bridgeport Islanders on Friday night. Five different Wolf Pack players scored as Hartford came away with a 5-1 victory on the campus of Trinity College.

Tim Gettinger would put the Wolf Pack back in front for good just 6:08 into the middle stanza. Defenseman Brandon Scanlin fired a wrist shot from the high slot toward the Islander goal, where Gettinger was positioned. In front of Islander starter Jakub Skarek, Gettinger tipped the shot home for his first goal of the preseason and Hartford’s first five-on-five goal of the contest.

The Wolf Pack would open the scoring with a powerplay goal, their third of the preseason. Tanner Fritz hit Lauri Pajuniemi with a cross-ice pass, setting up the Finnish forward on the far side of the Islander zone. Pajuniemi then sent a pass to the goal crease, where Turner Elson was stationed. The veteran Elson would tap home his first goal of the preseason at 9:09 of the opening frame.

The Islanders would respond, however, scoring the game’s first five-on-five goal in the final minute of the opening period. Ryan MacKinnon fired a shot from the point that found its way through traffic and by Wolf Pack starter Louis Domingue. The goal was MacKinnon’s first of the preseason.

Gettinger’s redirection of the Scanlin shot kickstarted a strong

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CHARLOTTE, NC – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Charlotte Checkers went back-and-forth on opening night at Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte, but when the dust settled it was the Checkers who skated away with a dramatic 4-3 overtime victory.  

Anton Levtchi turned the lights out with his second goal of the night, capping off an exceptional AHL debut just 35 seconds into overtime. Levtchi took a pass from fellow rookie Finn Santtu Kinnunen, then darted in on Wolf Pack starter Louis Domingue. Levtchi held the puck until he got Domingue down, then buried a shot over the sprawled out goaltender for his second goal of the night.

Charlotte opened the scoring just 4:58 in, as Aleksi Heponiemi broke the ice on the season with a deflection in front of the Wolf Pack net. Heponiemi caught a piece of Dennis Cesana’s point shot, beating Domingue for his first goal of the season. The Wolf Pack responded rather quickly, however, tying the score under ten minutes later. Jonny Brodzinski gained possession of the puck after a turnover in the Checkers end, then fed a streaking Will Cuylle. Cuylle snapped a quick shot that beat J-F Berube for his first goal of the season at 13:52.

The Checkers again took a lead early in a period, this time 1:44 into the second. Levtchi notched his first AHL goal in his AHL debut, converting Charlotte’s first powerplay of the game. Lucas Carlsson’s shot was blocked on t

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CHARLOTTE, NC – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Charlotte Checkers played a tightly contested game at the Bojangles Coliseum on Saturday night. An even affair at five-on-five was decided by special teams, as the Checkers powerplay struck twice to propel the team to a 3-1 victory and a sweep of the two-game weekend series.

Riley Nash scored his first goal in his second stint with the Checkers at 6:52 of the third period, converting Charlotte’s second powerplay goal of the night. Nash pounced on a rebound and stuffed it by Wolf Pack starter Dylan Garand, pushing the Checkers lead to 2-0. The goal would stand as the winner on this evening.

For the second time in as many nights, the Checkers would strike first. Chris Tierney fired a shot on goal that Garand was able to deny, but the rebound sat in the crease with the netminder down on the ice. Connor Bunnaman was able to get inside position, and as a result was able to locate the rebound and stuff it home for his first goal of the season at 17:50 of the first period. The goal was also a powerplay goal, as Bobby Trivigno was sitting for two minutes due to a delay of game penalty.

Neither side was able to light the lamp in the second period, but not for a lack of chances. Both teams fired twelve shots on goal, but Garand and Charlotte starter Mack Guzda were up to the task. Among Guzda’s saves in this game was a stop on a partial Jonny Brodzinski

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack faced their largest hole of the early season on Saturday night in their home opener at the XL Center. Trailing 3-0 to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins midway through the contest, the Pack battled back to earn a point. Unfortunately, their bid for a huge early season comeback victory came up just short as the club dropped a 4-3 shootout decision to the Penguins.

Alex Nylander, who scored in the second period, was the lone shooter to find twine in the skills competition. Nylander weaved his way towards the Hartford goal, going backhand-to-forehand before stuffing the puck past a sprawled out Louis Domingue. Filip Lindberg would deny Tim Gettinger in the top half of the third round to secure the victory.

For the third time in as many games, the Wolf Pack would surrender the first goal of the contest. Corey Andonovski scored his first career professional goal 17:30 into the first period, perfectly deflecting a Ty Smith shot by Domingue. The goal gave Smith three assists in four games, and also gave Tyler Sikura his first assist with the Penguins.

The second period would see the Penguins extend the lead to 3-0 with two quick goals. First, at 4:37, Nylander potted his second of the season. Drew O’Connor fed Nylander the puck just outside the Hartford zone, then veteran forward gained the offensive end with possession. Nylander worked his way to the top of the

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack got a late goal from Lauri Pajuniemi to tie their game against the Bridgeport Islanders 2-2 on Sunday afternoon, but the Islanders would soon after explode for three goals of their own to sink the Wolf Pack by a final score of 5-2.

Less than a minute after Pajuniemi tied the contest 2-2, Ruslan Iskhakov gained the offensive zone with possession for the Islanders and fed an unmarked Paul Thompson with a cross-ice pass. Thompson stepped into a one-timer that beat a sliding Dylan Garand to reinstate the Islanders lead, one they would not lose.

For the fourth time in four games, the Wolf Pack surrendered the first goal of the contest. After a scoreless opening period, the Wolf Pack found themselves on the powerplay to start the middle frame. Despite ample chances, a bobbled puck at the offensive blueline ended up on the stick of Kyle MacLean. MacLean darted down the ice and beat Garand for his first goal of the season. It was Hartford’s first shorthanded goal allowed this year.

The Wolf Pack were able to respond just over ten minutes later, tying the contest at 10:35. Andy Welinski’s shot was denied by Cory Schneider, but the rebound popped into the slot area. Jonny Brodzinski got a piece of the puck, steering it to Will Cuylle who blasted home his second of the season.

Hartford quickly took a penalty, however, and the Islanders made them pay.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack scored the game’s first goal for the first time this season, giving themselves a lead just 3:31 into the hockey game that they would not lose. The Wolf Pack would eventually balloon the lead to 3-0 on their way to a 4-2 victory and their first win of the season over the visiting Hershey Bears.

Jonny Brodzinski extended the club’s lead to 3-0 at the 6:30 mark of the second period, blasting home his first goal of the season. While skating four-on-four, Hershey forward Mike Vecchione took a minor penalty for tripping at 6:14 that put the Pack on a four-on-three powerplay. While skating a player up, Ty Emberson fed Brodzinski in the far circle and the captain blasted a one-timer that cleanly beat Zach Fucale for the eventual winner.

Gustav Rydahl got the party started 3:31 into the contest, jamming home a rebound for his first career North American professional goal. Bobby Trivigno drove the net on a wraparound bid that Fucale denied, but Rydahl was able to find the puck in the crease and jam it home for the ice breaker.

Tim Gettinger got in on the action just over 14 minutes later, scoring his first goal of the season. Gettinger was cruising through the slot area and tipped home a Brandon Scanlin shot from the blueline at 17:37. Scanlin’s assist was his first point of his rookie season, and his second professional point.

Brodzinski would

Sat, Oct 29 7:00PM
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HARTFORD, CT – Andy Welinski lit the lamp for the first time as a member of the Hartford Wolf Pack on Saturday night, beating rookie goaltender Mack Guzda 47 seconds into overtime to push the Wolf Pack to a dramatic 3-2 victory over the Charlotte Checkers at the XL Center.

C.J. Smith fended off a Checkers defender along the far boards in the offensive zone at the start of three-on-three overtime, giving himself enough time to thread a pass to Welinski. Welinski took the puck in the far faceoff circle and darted toward Guzda, quickly releasing a shot at the bottom of the circle that beat the netminder on his glove side for the overtime dagger.

For the second night in a row, the Wolf Pack would open the scoring. This time, it was a powerplay goal that got the party started as Jonny Brodzinski scored his second of the season 10:23 into the game. Welinski handled the puck at the offensive blueline while Hartford’s top powerplay unit went to work. The veteran defenseman connected on a pass to Brodzinski in the far circle, who took it to the dot and snapped a shot that beat Guzda for the icebreaker.

Despite many chances at both ends in the second period, the Wolf Pack and Checkers could not find twine. Guzda was forced to make 14 saves against the Wolf Pack to keep it a 1-0 spread, while Dylan Garand made four stops to keep his club in the lead. The Checkers managed a season-low four shots on the g

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – They say first impressions are everything. For Josh Leivo, that was certainly the case on Friday night as the veteran forward scored three goals for the Springfield Thunderbirds in their 5-1 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack at the MassMutual Center.

Will Bitten scored his AHL leading third shorthanded goal of the season 15:58 into the first period, putting the Thunderbirds up 2-0 at the time. Bitten won a footrace to a loose puck in the neutral zone, then worked his way around Ty Emberson and to the bottom of the near faceoff circle. There, Bitten uncorked a shot that clipped the shoulder of Louis Domingue and rocketed in for the Thunderbirds’ fourth shorthanded goal of the season. The goal would stand as the eventual winner.

The Thunderbirds would strike first 11:34 into the hockey game, using Matthew Kessel’s first career regular season goal to break the ice. Kessel took a feed from Martin Frk and darted into the near faceoff circle in the Wolf Pack zone, beating Domingue to open the scoring. Just over four minutes later, Bitten’s shorthanded goal extended the lead to 2-0 for the home team.

The Thunderbirds completed a torrid offensive stretch with a goal from Leivo at the 16:35 mark. Matthew Highmore sent a centering pass to Leivo in the slot after he won a battle along the boards. Leivo then, in one motion, collected the puck and snapped home his first goa

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – Round two of the ‘Battle of Connecticut’ ended in a similar fashion as round one, with the Bridgeport Islanders striking three times in the third period to secure a 5-3 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack.

Andy Andreoff extended his goal scoring streak to five games, blasting a one-timer by Wolf Pack goaltender Dylan Garand 13:06 into the third period. AHL Rookie of the Month for October Ruslan Iskhakov teed up Andreoff in the far circle for his ninth assist of the season. The goal extended the Islanders lead to 4-1, and eventually stood as the game winner.

The Islanders opened the scoring for the second time in as many games in the season series, as Samuel Bolduc would do the honors 6:06 into the game. The puck popped back to the blueline, where Bolduc launched a shot into traffic that Garand didn’t see. The goal, Bolduc’s second of the season, marked the fifth straight time that Hartford surrendered the first goal on the road in 2022-23.

Harford was able to draw even just 1:00 into the second period, as C.J. Smith tallied his third goal of the season. Smith collected a pass from Tim Gettinger at the top of the slot in the Islanders zone, finding all kinds of space for himself. Smith glided to the top of the hashmarks between the faceoff circles and snapped home the equalizer.

Unfortunately for the Wolf Pack, the Islanders had the answer just 1:46 l

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HARTFORD, CT – It was a goaltender duel in Hartford on Wednesday night, as both Louis Domingue and Joel Hofer kept their opponents largely at bay for 65 minutes before letting a shootout decide the outcome at the XL Center. Will Cuylle scored in the top half of the fourth round to push Hartford to a 2-1 victory over the rival Springfield Thunderbirds.  

With the shootout tied 1-1, Cuylle stepped up to kick off the fourth round. The rookie forward collected the puck at center, sped into the offensive zone, and snapped a shot by Hofer to give the Wolf Pack a 2-1 edge. Nathan Todd had a chance to force the shootout to a fifth round but hit the goal post to give Hartford the 2-1 decision in both the shootout and the game.

The Thunderbirds opened the scoring for the second time in as many meetings, as Drew Callin lit the lamp just 2:09 in. Callin worked his way into the near faceoff circle late in the T-Birds first powerplay and snapped a shot by the glove of Domingue for his second goal of the season.

Despite giving up the game’s first goal, the Wolf Pack were able to find their footing in the opening frame’s final ten minutes. With momentum on their side at the intermission, the Wolf Pack clawed their way back to even at 6:23 of the second period.

Lauri Pajuniemi scored his team-leading fourth goal of the season to bring the score to 1-1. Curling off the wall and into the

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WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON, PA – A hard-fought, physical affair came down to the final twenty minutes on Friday night at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. The Wolf Pack struck in the first two minutes of the final period to take a lead they would not lose on the way to securing their first road win of the season, 3-1 over the Penguins.

Just 1:54 into the third period, the Wolf Pack would break a 1-1 tie thanks to a pretty passing play in the offensive zone. Bobby Trivigno carried the puck in the offensive zone working on an odd-man rush with Gustav Rydahl and Lauri Pajuniemi. Trivigno dropped the puck to the trailer, Rydahl, who quickly dished off to Pajuniemi in the far faceoff circle. Pajuniemi blasted home a one-timer for his team-leading fifth goal of the season and the eventual game-winning marker.

For the first time on the road this season, the Wolf Pack struck first. The club got their first shorthanded goal of the season 14:34 into the game thanks to a turnover that led to a two-on-none rush. Alex Nylander bobbled the puck at his own blue line, allowing Tanner Fritz to gain possession. Fritz rushed in on a two-on-none with Tim Gettinger, sliding the puck over to the veteran forward who snapped home his third goal of the season.

The Penguins’ powerplay eventually found the response goal, tying the game 7:35 into the second period. Drake Caggiula took the puck in the

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HARTFORD, CT – After a scoreless opening period, the Hartford Wolf Pack and Charlotte Checkers erupted for ten goals in the final forty minutes in one of the wildest games of the young season. In the end, the Checkers would prevail with a 6-5 shootout victory for their first road win of the season.

After each of the first seven shooters were denied by goaltenders Mack Guzda and Dylan Garand, Gerry Mayhew stepped up in the bottom half of the fourth round. With the game on his stick, Mayhew snapped a shot toward the five-hole of Garand that the goalie initially stopped, only to see the puck slowly trickle through to push the Checkers to victory.

A scoreless first period did have one key highlight, as Dylan Garand made a highlight reel save on Checkers forward Riley Nash. Garand dove across the crease and flashed the leather on Nash, keeping the Checkers’ powerplay off the board.

C.J. Smith would then open the scoring for Hartford just 51 seconds into the middle frame. A bouncing puck that Matt Kiersted couldn’t settle bounced right to Smith, who walked between the hash marks and sniped home his fourth goal of the season.

Despite the opening goal, the Checkers would rip momentum away and score four times in a span of 10:40. Anton Levtchi tied the game 1-1 with his fourth goal of the season 3:00 into the period. With the game at four-on-four, Chris Tierney fed Levtchi in the offensi

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HARTFORD, CT – For the fourth time in five meetings, the Hartford Wolf Pack and Charlotte Checkers required overtime on Wednesday night at the XL Center in Hartford. For the second time in less than a week, the Checkers would edge the Wolf Pack in a shootout, this time taking a 3-2 decision.  

Chris Tierney scored the shootout winner in the bottom of the third round, turning out the lights with a wicked shot that beat Wolf Pack goaltender Louis Domingue over the glove. The goal would give the Checkers a 2-1 edge in the shootout, and a 3-2 decision in the game.

Alex Whelan opened the scoring 13:50 into the contest, potting his second goal of the season to give the Wolf Pack a lead. Austin Rueschhoff drove to the net with a power move, eventually being stopped by Charlotte starter Alex Lyon. Whelan found the rebound, however, and lifted it over Lyon to break the ice.

The Wolf Pack seemed to have all the momentum when just 30 seconds later Matt Kiersted was sent to the penalty box for tripping. Disaster struck 18 seconds later, however, as Riley Nash would light the lamp shorthanded. Patrick Giles sent a backhand pass to Nash on a two-on-one, and Nash would beat Domingue with a shot over his glove hand for the team’s first shorthanded marker of the season.

After a busy first period, the second period saw the game tighten up. The Wolf Pack found the period’s only goal, however,

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HERSHEY, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack fell behind early and were unable to recover on Saturday night, dropping a 6-1 decision to the Hershey Bears at Giant Center in Hershey, PA.

Henrik Borgstrom extended the Hershey lead to 2-0 just 16:50 into the hockey game, snapping home his third goal of the season. Bobby Nardella expertly kept the puck in at the offensive blue line, eventually chipping it to fellow defenseman Aaron Ness. Ness then found Borgstrom, who maneuvered his way to the top of the slot with plenty of room to rifle home the eventual game-winning goal.

The Bears opened the scoring 9:50 into the hockey game, with Mason Morelli somehow finding a loose puck at the side of the goal during a scrum in front of Wolf Pack starter Louis Domingue. Morelli stuffed the puck home just before the net was knocked off for his second goal of the season. Despite a review, the goal would stand and give the Bears a lead they would not lose.

Borgstrom extended the lead exactly seven minutes later, while Garrett Pilon would further push it to three goals with just under two seconds to go in the frame. A puck bounced off the skate of Brandon Scanlin and right to Pilon, who quickly shot from a bad angle and beat Domingue over the shoulder at 19:58 for his second goal of the season.

The Wolf Pack would lift Domingue in favor of Dylan Garand at the start of the second period, but their fortunes would not c

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HERSHEY, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack got goals from three different defenseman on Sunday afternoon, bouncing back from a tough loss on Saturday night to knock off the Hershey Bears 4-2 at the Giant Center for their fifth victory of the season.

Ty Emberson put the Wolf Pack ahead for good 5:58 into the second period when he scored his first goal with the club. Karl Henriksson took a pass to the left of netminder Zach Fucale and darted behind the Hershey goal. As he popped out on the right side, Henriksson fired a pass back to the point for Emberson, who blasted home the goal that would stand as the eventual winner.

Andy Welinski opened the scoring with his second goal of the weekend and third of the season just 3:49 into the contest. On their first powerplay of the night, Tim Gettinger found a loose puck in the slot and played it to the right wing wall for Jonny Brodzinski. Brodzinski tapped the puck to Welinski, who stepped into a one-time shot that blew by Fucale.

Matt Rempe and Dylan McIlrath would bring the energy level even higher 9:59 into the game as they dropped the gloves for a spirited tilt at center ice. Just six seconds later, the Bears tied the game as they capitalized on the momentum. Julian Napravnik scored at 10:05, lighting the lamp for the first time in his professional career to make it a 1-1 game.

Moments later, at 16:53, the Bears would strike again to make it a 2-1

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack battled to the bitter end on Wednesday night, scoring three times in the third period, but the Bridgeport Islanders were able to hold off the late rally to preserve a 6-3 victory in the latest installment of the ‘Battle of Connecticut’.

Otto Koivula potted his second goal of the evening 15:27 into the third period, ripping the momentum back from the Wolf Pack after two straight Hartford goals. Wolf Pack starter Dylan Garand lost the puck behind his own goal, with Andy Andreoff finding possession. Andreoff sent a pass in front for Koivula, who had a wide-open net for his fourth goal of the season. The tally made it a 4-2 game at the time and would stand as the game-winning marker.

Koivula also opened the scoring on this night, lighting the lamp just 1:21 into the game. A Wolf Pack clearing attempt was intercepted by Arnaud Durandeau just inside the blueline. Durandeau quickly fed a pass to Koivula, who snapped a shot by Garand from the right-wing circle to open the scoring.

The Islanders would extend their lead to 3-0 with two quick goals in the second period. C.J. Smith was denied by Islanders starter Cory Schneider at one end, with the puck quickly finding Durandeau and moving the other way. On a two-on-one, Durandeau hit Jeff Kubiak with a cross-ice pass in the offensive zone. Kubiak quickly settled the puck and fired it home at 14:11 to ma

Fri, Nov 25 7:00PM
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HARTFORD, CT – The Hershey Bears struck twice in the first period on Friday night against the Hartford Wolf Pack, building a 2-0 lead that would be enough for a tightly-contested 2-1 victory in the fourth meeting of the season between the rivals. The Hershey victory snapped the Wolf Pack’s seven-game home point streak.

The Bears would use a late first period powerplay to find the insurance marker, as Henrik Borgstrom lit the lamp for the third time in his last three games against the Wolf Pack. Mason Morelli took a pass along the far wall in the Wolf Pack zone, quickly tapping the puck along to Hendrix Lapierre. Lapierre darted into the left faceoff circle and sent a pass to Borgstrom, who slipped in behind the Hartford defense. Borgstrom beat a sliding Louis Domingue on the blocker side for his fifth goal of the season, the eventual game-winner.

For the second game in a row, the Wolf Pack would surrender an early goal. This time, the goal came just 34 seconds into the hockey game. Dylan McIlrath blasted a shot from the right point that Domingue denied, but the rebound sat to the right of the net. Mike Vecchione found the puck and buried his fifth goal of the season into an empty net to give the Bears a lead they would not lose on this night.

After the Wolf Pack killed a Blake Hillman minor penalty for high-sticking, Tim Gettinger flipped the puck over the glass for a delay of game minor

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HARTFORD, CT – Dylan Garand turned in the best night of his young career on Saturday, turning aside all 38 shots sent his way by the visiting Hershey Bears through 65 minutes of action. Unfortunately for Garand, Zach Fucale was equally up to the task as he turned aside 16 shots in a 1-0 shootout win for the Bears.

Mike Sgarbossa cemented the victory for the Bears in the bottom half of the third round of the shootout, snapping home the tie-breaking goal that completed the weekend sweep for the Bears. Sgarbossa raced into the offensive zone, cutting from the right-wing circle into the slot just above the Wolf Pack goal. Sgarbossa snapped a quick shot over the blocker of a sliding Garand, giving the Bears a 2-1 shootout decision and a 1-0 victory in the game.

An uneventful first period saw the sides fire 13 total shots on goal, with Hershey holding a slight 7-6 edge. The Bears would turn the heat up in the middle frame, however, firing a season-high 18 shots on Garand. The 18 shots allowed were also the most surrendered by the Wolf Pack in a single period this season.

Garand made arguably his best save of the night late in the second period, as defenseman Jake Massie was sprung into the offensive zone. He tried to slide a puck through the five-hole of Garand, but the rookie goaltender slammed the door shut.

The Wolf Pack found themselves shorthanded 4:25 into the third period, as Matt Rempe wa

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HARTFORD, CT – Brandon Scanlin blasted home the first goal of his professional career with 4.5 seconds remaining on Saturday night to draw the Wolf Pack within one, but the Rockford IceHogs would hang on for a 3-2 victory in the first-ever meeting between the foes.

Lukas Reichel put the IceHogs ahead 3-0 just 1:58 into the third period, banking the puck off Louis Domingue for his tenth goal of the season. Reichel collected the puck behind the Hartford goal and positioned himself for a wraparound attempt. Reichel banked the puck off Domingue’s skate and into the goal for the eventual game-winner.

The IceHogs scored the first-ever goal in the head-to-head series 13:19 into the game, as Dylan Sikura buried his seventh goal of the season. A dump-in attempt from Reichel rung around the boards in the Wolf Pack end, with Domingue coming out to settle the puck. The puck bounced off the wall and off Domingue’s stick, directly into the slot area. Sikura collected the puck and fired it into the empty net to break the ice.

Cole Guttman would extend the lead to 2-0 6:14 into the middle stanza, blasting a one-timer home for his fifth goal of the season. Adam Clendening slid a pass from the right-wing point to Guttman in the left-wing circle. The rookie forward fired a one-timer that beat Domingue, sending the IceHogs to final frame with a two-goal lead.

Reichel’s goal ballooned the lead

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PROVIDENCE, RI – The Hartford Wolf Pack carried momentum from a strong third period in Saturday night’s game into the action on Sunday afternoon at Amica Mutual Pavilion in Providence. The club fired a season-high 47 shots on goal but came up just short in a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Providence Bruins.

Jack Achan blasted home his first goal of the season 8:52 into the middle stanza, scoring the Bruins second goal in a span of 1:19. Justin Brazeau chipped a puck up the left-wing wall to Achan, who quickly collected it and navigated to the top of the faceoff circle. Achan uncorked a heavy shot that beat Dylan Garand for the eventual game-winning goal.

The Wolf Pack came out swinging, outshooting the Bruins and peppering Providence starter Keith Kinkaid. Hartford outshot the Bruins 14-5 in the first twenty minutes but couldn’t find the icebreaker.

Providence would open the scoring 7:33 into the second, as Josiah Didier found the twine for the second time this season. Didier stepped into a shot from the right point, beating Garand by the glove to give the Bruins a lead they would not lose. 79 seconds later, Achan would pop home the eventual game-winner when he made it a 2-0 spread.

Joey Abate collected his first professional assist at 13:01 of the second, collecting a loose puck in the Hartford zone and feeding a pass to Jakub Lauko in the high slot. Lauko lasered a shot by Garan

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Lehigh Valley Phantoms began their season series on Wednesday night. A three-goal first period led the way, as the Wolf Pack held on for a 3-2 victory to snap their five-game losing streak.

Will Cuylle scored the eventual game-winning goal for the Wolf Pack. At 11:19 of the first period, Cuylle intercepted a pass in the offensive zone, gaining possession in the left faceoff circle before splitting two Phantoms defensemen. Cuylle then got Phantoms goaltender Samuel Ersson down and lifted a beautiful backhand shot to extend Hartford's lead to 3-0.

Ty Emberson broke the ice at 2:58, scoring Hartford’s fastest goal to start a game this season. After taking a pass from Karl Henriksson, Emberson fired a shot from the top of the offensive zone that Ersson could not stop, giving the Pack a lead they would not give up.

About three minutes later, a Wolf Pack powerplay allowed Andy Welinski to push the lead to two. After Lehigh Valley's Wyatte Wylie was called for tripping, Tanner Fritz snapped a cross ice pass to Welinski, who took the feed, spun, and beat Ersson for his fourth goal of the season.

Cuylle capped off Hartford's scoring at 11:19, putting the game out of reach for good.

Each team had multiple opportunities to score in the second period, but Ersson and Louis Domingue kept their respective opponents at bay. Ersson stopped

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Milwaukee Admirals at the XL Center on Friday night for the first meeting between the teams since February 2003. Despite outshooting Milwaukee 24-22, the Wolf Pack failed to find twine, and the Admirals took a 2-0 victory.

Markus Nurmi scored the eventual game-winner for Milwaukee in the second period. During the waning moments of a powerplay, Nurmi tipped a Phil Tomasino shot past Louis Domingue, giving the Admirals a lead they would not surrender.

The dueling netminders kept the first period scoreless. Domingue blocked nine Admirals shots, while Yaroslav Askarov stopped eight Wolf Pack bids. The most impressive play of the period came from Domingue, who made four saves in a one-minute span from 15:31 to 16:32 to keep the Admirals off the board.

Nurmi lit the lamp at 13:31 of the second period, converting on the club’s first powerplay of the night. It was the Finnish forward’s eighth goal of the season.

The Admirals added an insurance goal early in the third period, when Tommy Novak found twine during a four-on-four period to push the Milwaukee lead to two. It was the second four-on-four goal surrendered this season by the Wolf Pack and was Novak’s team-leading tenth goal of the season.

The Wolf Pack pushed hard in the final moments but couldn’t capitalize on their remaining chances. Karl Henriksson was denied

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Grand Rapids Griffins at the XL Center on Saturday night for the first matchup between the teams since 2009. Dylan Garand earned his second shutout of the season, stopping 21 Griffins shots on the way to a 4-0 Wolf Pack victory.

Will Cuylle let the teddy bears fly on Teddy Bear Toss night, scoring at 6:57 of the first period. Tanner Fritz sent a pass across the ice to Cuylle, who fired a shot from the left face-off circle over the glove of Magnus Hellberg for his sixth goal of the year. The goals ties him with Tim Gettinger for the team lead.

Cuylle’s goal gave the Wolf Pack a lead they would not surrender. It stood as the eventual game-winning goal, Cuylle’s second deciding tally of the season.

The two teams had good looks in the second period, but the goaltenders denied all chances fired their way. The Wolf Pack peppered Hellberg to the tune of 20 shots in the period, a season-high, but the former Hartford netminder slammed the door shut. On the other end of the ice, Garand blocked six Griffins shots, sending the game to the final period with the score remaining 1-0.

The Pack added three insurance goals in the third period. First, Ty Emberson uncorked a one-timer at 2:28 for his third goal of the year. Matt Rempe followed up at 15:41, taking a pass from Fritz in the right face-off circle and blasting home his second goal of the

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MILWAUKEE, WI – The Hartford Wolf Pack earned their first victory in franchise history in Milwaukee on Wednesday night, edging the Admirals by a final score of 4-3 in the shootout to open their three-game Midwest road trip on a winning note.

Cuylle beat Yaroslav Askarov in the bottom half of the third round, pushing the Wolf Pack to their third victory in four outings. Cuylle slid the puck to his backhand, then lifted the puck over a diving Askarov for his second shootout-winning goal of the season.

For the second time in as many meetings, the Admirals would open the scoring with a powerplay goal. This time, it was former Wolf Pack forward Cole Schneider doing the honors. He deflected a Luke Evangelista pass by Louis Domingue 17:42 into the tilt, breaking the ice for the home side.

Austin Rueschhoff would answer just 31 seconds into the second period, tying the game 1-1 with his first goal of the season. Rueschhoff tipped home a Turner Elson shot from the point, giving Hartford their fastest goal to start a period this season.

Just 24 seconds later, however, the Admirals would once again take the lead. Tommy Novak potted his second goal in as many games against the Wolf Pack, beating a sliding Domingue for his team-leading eleventh goal of the year.

The seesaw continued just under four minutes later, as Cuylle buried his team-leading seventh goal of the season. Cuylle and Tanne

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GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The Hartford Wolf Pack collected their third consecutive win on Friday night, scoring a season-high six goals in a 6-4 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins. The win gives the Wolf Pack their first three-game winning streak of the season, and their first back-to-back road wins of the campaign.  

Gustav Rydahl scored his third goal of the season at 19:51 of the third period, at the time giving the Wolf Pack a 5-3 lead. Rydahl took the puck on a lap through the offensive zone, eventually working his way into the left-wing circle. He then snapped a heavy shot over the glove of Jussi Olkinuora, providing the Pack with the eventual game-winning goal.

For the second time in as many meetings, the Wolf Pack would open the scoring. Ryan Carpenter popped home his first goal with the club 7:07 into the contest. Austin Rueschhoff chipped a loose puck in front of the Griffins net, and Carpenter was able to find it and beat a scrambling Olkinuora for the icebreaker.

After being shutout by the Wolf Pack six nights ago, the Griffins finally solved the puzzle at 17:44 and tied the game 1-1. Kyle Criscuolo gained the offensive zone after a Hartford turnover. He dropped a pass back to Dominik Shine, who ripped his fifth goal of the season by Louis Domingue.

The Griffins would take their first lead of the hockey game just 2:57 into the second period, scoring a four-on-four goal. Alex C

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ROCKFORD, IL – The Hartford Wolf Pack fired 40 shots on goal Saturday night, outshooting the Rockford IceHogs by a 40-25 margin. Goaltender Dylan Wells slammed the door shut down the stretch for the home side, however, as the IceHogs hung on for a 3-2 victory at BMO Center.   

Filip Roos scored his second goal in just three AHL games to break a 2-2 tie at the 19:26 mark of the second period, giving the IceHogs the eventual game-winning goal. Roos collected the puck at the blue-line and navigated down the left-wing wall, eventually working his way into the faceoff circle. There, Roos released a shot that beat Wolf Pack goaltender Dylan Garand by the glove to put the IceHogs ahead for good, 3-2.

The Wolf Pack struck first, scoring the only goal of the first period at the 17:07 mark. Gustav Rydahl won a faceoff cleanly back to Mattew Robertson, who blasted his second goal of the season home to break the ice.

The IceHogs would find the equalizer 5:36 into the middle frame, however, pouncing on a turnover. Josiah Slavin entered the offensive zone with possession and drove to the right-wing faceoff circle. Slavin then dished a pass to D.J. Busdeker, who tapped home his first goal of the season.

On the ensuing faceoff, Brandon Cutler would be penalized for a faceoff violation. The IceHogs made the Wolf Pack pay. Just 56 seconds after the Busdeker goal, Michal Teply blasted home a one-tim

Thu, Dec 22 7:00PM
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HARTFORD, CT – Ty Emberson scored the Wolf Pack’s first home shorthanded goal this season in the team’s Thursday night contest against the Springfield Thunderbirds. However, the Pack couldn’t take this installment of the I-91 rivalry, falling to the Thunderbirds by a final score of 4-2.

Martin Frk scored the eventual game-winner for Springfield late in the second period. Frk took a pass from Matthew Highmore and blasted a one-timer by Louis Domingue to push the score to 3-1. The patented one-timer from the veteran would stand as the eventual game-winner.

Emberson broke open the scoring with a shorthanded goal in the first period. After Bobby Trivigno was called for tripping, Emberson found his way into the Springfield zone and beat Joel Hofer with a backhand shot to break the ice at 11:42. It was Emberson’s fourth goal of the season and his first shorthanded. It was the club’s third shorthanded goal of the season, and their first at the XL Center.

Springfield answered back to the tune of three goals in the second period. Mitchell Hoelscher opened the scoring for the T-Birds, firing a shot by Domingue to tie the contest at 2:53. The tally was Hoelscher’s first AHL goal.

Jake Neighbours put the Thunderbirds in front for good about nine minutes later. Blake Hillman partially blocked a Will Bitten shot, but Neighbours pounced on the loose puck and buried it i

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HARTFORD, CT – The latest installment in the ‘Battle of Connecticut’ between the Hartford Wolf Pack and Bridgeport Islanders took place on Friday night at the XL Center. Ryan Carpenter led the way for the Wolf Pack, scoring two goals in the team’s 4-3 victory over Bridgeport. It was Hartford’s first win in the rivalry this season.

Carpenter scored the eventual game-winner midway through the third period, his second marker of the night. Turner Elson sent a backwards pass to Carpenter, who snapped the puck off the crossbar and into the goal to push the score to 4-2. It was Carpenter’s second two-goal game since joining the Wolf Pack earlier this month.

For the second night in a row, and fourth game in a row, the Wolf Pack broke the ice. This time it was Cristiano DiGiacinto who found twine for his first tally of the year at 5:51. DiGiacinto took a backhand pass from Bobby Trivigno and fired a one-timer past Jakub Skarek to put the Pack in front. It was the first time this season that Hartford opened the scoring against the Islanders.

The Islanders evened the score by capitalizing on a powerplay ten minutes later. Trivigno blocked a shot from Chris Terry, but the puck bounced right off the leg of Andy Andreoff and to Arnaud Durandeau in the slot. Durandeau quickly collected the puck and fired home the equalizer at 15:08.

Bridgeport took their first lead of the nig

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BRIDGEPORT, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack made it two straight victories in the ‘Battle of Connecticut’ on Tuesday night, scoring a season-high seven goals to knock off the Bridgeport Islanders by a final score of 7-3 at Total Mortgage Arena. The win gives Hartford five victories in their last seven outings.

Lauri Pajuniemi scored his seventh goal of the season 14:13 into the second period, giving the Pack a response goal that would stand as the eventual game-winning marker. Off a faceoff immediately after a Samuel Bolduc goal, Pajuniemi located the loose puck and sprinted into the Bridgeport zone on a two-on-one. Pajuniemi elected to shoot the puck, snapping it by Jakub Skarek just six seconds after the Islanders got on the board. The goal made it 4-1 at the time and would be the difference in the end.

For the fifth straight game, Hartford scored the first goal of the night. Gustav Rydahl muscled his way towards the net with a power move but was denied by Skarek. The rebound sat in the crease, awaiting someone to find it. Cristiano DiGiacinto, attacking hard down the middle, would be that guy. The forward jammed home his second goal of the season 11:55 in to give the Wolf Pack a lead they would not lose.

Ryan Carpenter extended the lead to 2-0 at 13:38, firing his fifth goal of the season by Skarek. Austin Rueschhoff would feed Carpenter in the slot, providing him with a dangerous scorin

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SPRINGFIELD, MA – The Hartford Wolf Pack scored the game’s first goal for the second consecutive time against the Springfield Thunderbirds, but for the second time in as many meetings they could not hold off a second period surge from their rival. This time, the T-Birds struck five times on their way to a 7-4 victory in the ‘I-91 Rivalry’.

Jake Neighbours scored his fifth goal of the season and his first of two on the night with just seconds remaining in the second period, capping off a five-goal stanza for the home team. Neighbours took a pass in the left faceoff circle of the Wolf Pack zone, then darted towards goaltender Dylan Garand. Neighbours fired a quick shot that beat Garand to put the T-Birds ahead 5-3 at the time. The goal would stand as the eventual game-winning tally.

The Wolf Pack struck first on this night, as Austin Rueschhoff broke the ice 12:51 into the tilt. Brandon Scanlin sent a backhand pass towards the slot that hit the stick of Joel Hofer, bouncing right to Rueschhoff. Rueschhoff would bang home his second goal of the season, giving Hartford a 1-0 lead for the sixth straight game.

For the second straight matchup with the Thunderbirds, the Wolf Pack would take a 1-0 lead into the middle period. Will Cuylle extended the lead to 2-0 just 62 seconds into the frame, firing a sharp angle shot from the goal line that fooled Hofer for his eighth goal of the year. T

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted their final game of the 2022 calendar year on Saturday night against the rival Springfield Thunderbirds. The Pack picked up a point, but it was the Thunderbirds who got an early start on their New Year’s celebration, scoring a 2-1 shootout victory.

Jake Neighbours put the game on ice in the bottom of the third round of the shootout. Neighbours took the puck at center ice, sped towards the Hartford net, and beat Louis Domingue to deliver the victory for the Thunderbirds. It was Neighbours’ fourth game winning goal on the season.

Will Bitten put the Thunderbirds on top in the first period. Bitten took a pass from Neighbours and broke away towards the Hartford net before sliding the puck through the five-hole of Domingue to give Springfield the first lead of the game at 11:19. The goal gave Bitten six points in his last three games, and goals in back-to-back games against Hartford.

Matthew Robertson evened the score in the second period. After collecting a rebound, Will Cuylle took the puck for a ride through the Springfield zone. At the top of the zone, he found Robertson, who blasted home a goal from the left face-off circle to tie the game at one. The goal was Robertson’s first on home ice this year, and his third overall.

The netminders kept the score even through the final period, with Domingue stopping four Thunderbirds shots

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UTICA, NY – The Hartford Wolf Pack opened their four-game road trip to kick off 2023 on Friday night in Utica at the Adirondack Bank Center against the Comets. The Wolf Pack scored each of the game’s first two goals but could not hold off the Comets’ push as Utica prevailed with a 3-2 shootout decision.

In the shootout, Graeme Clarke shot first for the Comets, taking the long road from the center ice circle to the slot in front of the Hartford net. Clarke weaved hard to the right-wing side, then pivoted to the left-wing circle before wandering into the slot and firing home the controversial game-winning tally. Clarke appeared to go backward while weaving through the offensive zone, but the goal was allowed to stand.

Ryan Carpenter opened the scoring for Hartford 12:18 into the hockey game, converting on the club’s first powerplay of the night. Tanner Fritz fired a shot from the top of the right-wing circle that clipped off Carpenter’s stick and by Nico Daws for the team’s first goal of 2023. The goal gives Carpenter nine on the season, which is good for the team lead.

Brandon Scanlin would extend the lead to 2-0 just 3:22 into the second period, finding twine for the second time this season. In his 500th career AHL game, Turner Elson collected the puck at the top of the slot and found Scanlin as he gained the offensive zone. Scanlin glided into the left-wing faceoff ci

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WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON, PA – The Hartford Wolf Pack built a 3-0 lead on Saturday night at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, controlling the first 30 minutes of their game against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. A wild turn of events in the final 30 minutes would flip the result upside-down, however, as the Penguins roared back for a stunning 4-3 overtime victory.   

Alex Nylander completed the comeback for the home side 1:24 into overtime. Valtteri Puustinen entered the Wolf Pack zone with possession, then flung a backhand pass to Nylander in the left-wing circle. Nylander weaved around Lauri Pajuniemi, then lifted a backhand shot over Dylan Garand to give the Penguins the win. 

Hartford started the game with a picturesque first period. Brandon Scanlin opened the scoring 6:39 into the contest with his second goal in as many nights. Scanlin blasted a one-time shot by Taylor Gauthier from the right-wing faceoff circle to provide the visitors with the icebreaker.

Will Cuylle extended the lead to 2-0 at 19:13, turning and firing a shot from distance that fooled Gauthier for his ninth tally of the campaign. Zac Jones would balloon the lead to 3-0 8:59 into the middle stanza.

Ben Tardif alertly entered the zone onside, then sent a pass into the right-wing circle to Cristiano DiGiacinto. DiGiacinto then found Jones streaking through the slot, hitting him with a perfect pass.

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CHARLOTTE, NC – The Hartford Wolf Pack snapped their four-game losing streak in impressive fashion on Tuesday night, blanking the Charlotte Checkers 5-0 for the team’s first regulation victory in North Carolina. Louis Domingue made 21 saves for his first shutout in a Wolf Pack uniform.

Karl Henriksson opened the scoring with the second goal of his rookie campaign just 50 seconds into the second period. Henriksson collected a pass from Zac Jones in the slot and wired a shot by Mack Guzda to give the Wolf Pack a lead they never lost on this night. The goal stood as the eventual game-winner, the first in Henriksson’s North American career.

Matt Rempe extended the Hartford lead to 2-0 at the 5:47 mark, jamming home his third goal of the campaign. Rempe snuck the puck through the pad of Guzda during a scramble in front of the net. Rempe wasn’t done there. The rookie would pot his second of the night at 13:04, winning a puck battle in the right-wing corner and muscling his way behind the net. From there, Rempe attempted a wraparound that went off of a Checker and in. The goal gave Rempe his first career multi-goal outing in the AHL.

Bobby Trivigno got in on the action, deflecting a pass from Henriksson home for his sixth goal of the season 7:46 into the third period. Trivigno charged to the net as Henriksson weaved his way into the slot. With his stick on the ice, Trivigno was able

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CHARLOTTE, NC – The Hartford Wolf Pack won their second straight game in Charlotte against the Checkers on Wednesday night, hanging on for an entertaining 3-2 victory to sweep the back-to-back set between the Atlantic Division rivals.  

Lauri Pajuniemi picked up his second point of the night, potting a goal 5:44 into the third period that put the club ahead 3-1. Ryan Carpenter broke into the offensive zone, splitting a pair of Checker defenders and muscling his way toward the net. Carpenter’s backhand shot was denied by J-F Berube, but the rebound sat at the top of the crease where Pajuniemi found it. The Finnish forward stuffed home his eighth goal of the season, which proved to be the eventual game-winner.

For the fourth time on this road trip, the Wolf Pack struck first. After a centering pass was intercepted in the defensive zone by Pajuniemi, the forward swung a stretch pass to Tanner Fritz in the neutral zone. Fritz broke in all alone, and beat Berube for his second goal of the season 13:12 into the hockey game.

The Checkers didn’t need long to respond, however. Gerry Mayhew carried the puck into the Hartford zone on the right-wing side, then dished a cross-ice pass for Ethan Keppen. Keppen fired a one-timer that beat Louis Domingue at 14:50 to even the affair 1-1.

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack returned to the XL Center for the first time in the new year on Saturday night, hosting the Providence Bruins. Dylan Garand stopped 27 shots and seven Wolf Pack players recorded a point as the team earned a 3-1 win.

Matt Rempe put the Wolf Pack in the lead for good late in the second period. Rempe took a backward pass from Ben Tardif, skated to the left face-off circle, and unleashed a powerful shot that Keith Kinkaid couldn’t stop. Rempe’s goal was his third in his last three games and stood as the eventual game-winner.

Additionally, Tardif’s assist extended his point streak to four games. Tardif has earned a point in all four games since being traded to Hartford from the Colorado Eagles on December 31st.

The Bruins opened the scoring in the first period. Jack Achan fired a shot toward a crowded Wolf Pack net from the right-wing point. Joona Koppanen deflected the shot, and the puck trickled across the red line and into the net, giving Providence the game’s first lead 6:09 into the period. The goal was Koppanen’s third in his last four games.

The Pack answered back just over eleven minutes later. Ryan Carpenter intercepted a centering attempt and sent a pass down the ice toward Zac Jones. Jones recovered the puck behind the Providence net before attempting a wraparound goal. His initial attempt was denied by Kin

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PROVIDENCE, RI – The Hartford Wolf Pack earned a point with a gritty third period effort on Sunday afternoon in Providence. It wouldn’t be enough for two points, however, as the Providence Bruins struck in the opening minute of overtime to take a 3-2 decision.

The Wolf Pack had possession of the puck in the extra frame but turned it over when a clearing attempt hit the back of the net. Jack Achan found the loose puck for the Bruins and fed forward Fabian Lysell. Lysell then set up veteran Vinni Lettieri in the left-wing circle, where he fired a one-timer that beat Louis Domingue. The goal was Lettieri’s team-leading 13th of the season, and gave the Bruins the extra point on this evening.

For the second game in a row, the Bruins opened the scoring against the Wolf Pack. Justin Brazeau snapped his tenth goal of the season by Domingue 9:51 into the game when he weaved into the right-wing circle and lasered a shot home.

The Wolf Pack responded for the second game in a row, as Ty Emberson fired his fifth goal of the season by Kyle Keyser just 2:30 later. Emberson stepped up from the blueline and fired a wrister that cleanly beat Keyser at 12:21 of the opening period for his first goal since December 22nd.

The Bruins would regain the lead just 4:20 later, as Marc McLaughlin potted his sixth goal of the season. The Wolf Pack were unable to chip a puck into th

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Providence Bruins for the third straight meeting between the teams on Friday night in front of a raucous crowd of 7,032. The Pack’s seven-game point streak was snapped, however, as the Bruins scored three unanswered goals in the third period to earn a 5-3 victory.

Marc McLaughlin scored the deciding goal late in the third period. With Lauri Pajuniemi in the penalty box for interference, McLaughlin took a pass from Jack Achan and fired a shot just inside the post to put the Bruins on top 4-3. The goal capped a three-point night for McLaughlin and stood as the eventual game-winner.

For the third straight matchup between the two teams, the Bruins broke the ice in the first period. Kai Wissmann blocked a Wolf Pack pass, and McLaughlin collected the puck. McLaughlin tipped it to Jakub Lauko, who skated to the left face-off circle and snapped a shot over the glove of Louis Domingue to give the Bruins an early lead.

The Wolf Pack tied it up early in the second period. Keith Kinkaid went to settle the puck behind the Bruins’ goal, but a weird bounce led to Ryan Carpenter gaining possession. Carpenter sent a pass to Turner Elson who promptly lit the lamp to tie the game at one. The goal gave Elson his 21st point on the campaign, good for the team lead.

The Pack took the lead just over four minutes later. Pajuniemi took

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack and Rochester Americans met for the first time this season at the XL Center on Saturday night. Dylan Garand had a stellar game, stopping 23 shots and leading the Wolf Pack to a 4-1 victory.

Cristiano DiGiacinto scored the deciding goal for the Wolf Pack late in the first period. DiGiacinto took a pass from Ty Emberson, skated to the right face-off circle, and snapped a wrist shot past the blocker of Michael Houser for his third goal of the season. The goal stood as the eventual game-winner and was DiGiacinto’s first career game-winning tally.

The Wolf Pack broke the ice midway through the first period. A high-sticking call against Peter Tischke gave the Wolf Pack a powerplay opportunity. Matthew Robertson took a shot, but the puck deflected off the skate of an Americans defender and fell in front of the net. A scramble for the loose puck ensued, and Turner Elson managed to gain control and bury it into the goal to give the Pack a lead they would not surrender. It was Elson’s second goal in as many nights and marked his team-leading 22nd point of the campaign.

DiGiacinto potted the eventual game-winner at 17:53, putting the game out of reach for good.

The netminders kept the middle stanza scoreless. Houser blocked nine shots, while Garand denied the Americans twelve times. Both goaltenders stopped three shots in separate 18-se

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PROVIDENCE, RI – The Hartford Wolf Pack wrapped up their first three-in-three set of the season on Sunday afternoon with a gutsy performance in Providence. Trailing after forty minutes, the Wolf Pack tied the game midway through the third period to force overtime. In the extra session, the Pack struck just over a minute in to knock off the Bruins by a final score of 4-3.

Matthew Robertson shot a stretch pass up the ice to Tanner Fritz early in the three-on-three overtime, who entered the Bruin zone on the left-wing side with a two-on-one. Fritz snapped a cross-ice pass to Will Cuylle, who blasted a one-timer that beat a sliding Brandon Bussi to cap the comeback. The goal, Cuylle’s team-leading 13th, came at 1:05 of overtime and was Cuylle’s first career overtime game-winner.

For the first time in the season series, it was Hartford who struck first. Zach Giuttari’s shot from the point clipped captain Jonny Brodzinski at the top of the crease and slid by Bussi just 2:51 into the game. It was Hartford’s fastest goal to start a game on the road this season, and Brodzinski’s third of the campaign.

The Bruins responded at 9:09, however, potting their first shorthanded goal of the season. Marc McLaughlin won a faceoff in the Wolf Pack zone cleanly back to Nick Wolff. Wolff’s point shot was denied by Louis Domingue, but the rebound popped to Vinni Lettieri. Lettieri poun

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted a midweek matchup with the Bridgeport Islanders on Wednesday night. The Pack couldn’t hold off an early Islander blitz in the sixth installment of the ‘Battle of Connecticut’, as Bridgeport used three early goals to cruise to a 6-2 victory.

Paul Thompson scored the deciding goal for the Islanders early in the first period. With Karl Henriksson in the box for tripping, Thompson took a pass from Paul LaDue and snuck the puck through the five-hole of Dylan Garand to put the Islanders up 3-0. Thompson’s goal stood as the game-winner on this night, his second game-winning tally against the Wolf Pack on the season.

The Islanders came out firing, scoring three goals in the game’s first eight minutes. Otto Koivula opened the flurry just a minute and a half into the game. Thompson sent a pass from behind the Wolf Pack net to Koivula, who promptly fired a shot past the glove of Garand to give the Isles a lead they would not surrender.

Andy Andreoff added to the lead two and a half minutes later, tipping a shot from Ruslan Iskhakov past Garand for his team-leading 20th goal of the campaign.

Thompson lit the lamp at 7:28, putting the game out of reach for good.

At that point, Garand was lifted from the game and replaced by Louis Domingue in the Wolf Pack goal. Garand made five saves on eight shots.

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PROVIDENCE, RI – For the second time in less than a week, the Hartford Wolf Pack spoiled the party at Amica Mutual Pavilion in Providence with an overtime triumph. This time, it was Zac Jones who drove home the dagger to propel the Pack to a 2-1 victory.

Jones pushed the Pack to victory with his fifth goal of the season and his first overtime winner in the AHL. Ryan Carpenter collected the puck inside of the Hartford zone on the opening shift of the extra frame, then darted up the ice and into the Providence end on the left-wing side. Carpenter then hit a streaking Jones, who collected the pass on his backhand, shifted to his forehand, and snapped the dagger by a sliding Kyle Keyser.

The sides played a scoreless first period for the second time in the season series. Hartford appeared to open the scoring in the final minute as Tanner Fritz beat Keyser from the right faceoff circle on a powerplay, but the goal was immediately waved off for goaltender interference.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for real for just the second time in the head-to-head series this season. Jack Achan was whistled for a cross-checking infraction at 13:04 of the second period, putting the Pack on their third powerplay of the night. As the final few seconds ticked off the minor penalty, Lauri Pajuniemi glided through the slot and flung a shot on goal that fooled Keyser at 15:04 to break the ice. The goal was Pajuniemi&rsquo

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack hosted the Syracuse Crunch at the XL Center on Saturday night for the first matchup between the teams this season. The Wolf Pack could not withstand a four-goal second-period flurry from the Crunch, who cruised to a 7-3 victory.

Gabriel Dumont scored the eventual game-winner for the Crunch. Positioned in the slot, Dumont took a pass from Alex Barré-Boulet and blasted a one-timer past Dylan Garand early in the second period. The goal was the first of four for Syracuse in the middle stanza and stood as the game-winner.

For the second night in a row, the Wolf Pack opened the scoring. Andy Welinski took a shot from behind the right circle that Max Lagace blocked. Ryan Carpenter pounced on the rebound and snapped a shot over the glove of Lagace, giving the Wolf Pack the game’s first lead. The score extended Carpenter’s point streak to eight games, the longest streak by a Wolf Pack player this season.

Additionally, Welinski’s assist on the goal was the 100th of his AHL career. Welinski leads all Wolf Pack defenders with twelve assists on the campaign.

The Crunch would answer to the tune of three goals in quick order, however. Darren Raddysh began the flurry, sniping a shot from just beyond the right circle through the five-hole of Dylan Garand, evening the score.

Jack Finley put the Crunch on top three minutes

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HARTFORD, CT – The Hartford Wolf Pack continued their five-game homestand with a midweek matchup against the Providence Bruins. Zac Jones scored a highlight reel-worthy goal, but a late rally helped propel the Bruins to a 4-2 victory.

Georgii Merkulov scored the deciding goal for the Bruins. With Hunter Skinner in the box for hooking, Merkulov took a feed from Connor Carrick and blasted a one-timer from the right circle past the glove of Louis Domingue to give the Bruins their first lead of the game. Merkulov’s goal would stand as the eventual game-winner, coming 8:55 into the final stanza.

The Wolf Pack opened the scoring for the third time in the head-to-head series this season. Will Cuylle lit the lamp for the 14th time on the campaign, extending his team lead in that department. Jonny Brodzinski, positioned behind the Providence net, sent a pass to Cuylle, who promptly beat Kyle Keyser to give the Pack the game’s first lead.

Brodzinski’s assist extended his point streak to five straight games. Brodzinski has recorded a point in all five games since being assigned to Hartford by the New York Rangers on January 22nd.

The Bruins would even the score just over two minutes later. On a two-on-one opportunity, Joona Koppanen zipped a pass across the ice to Chris Wagner, who snapped a shot from the right circle past Domingue, tying the contest at one

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May (February) Fourth be with you! We will once again have visitors from a galaxy far, far away and some other exciting features to the night!

 

Hockey ‘N Hops returns for a SECOND time during the 2022-23 season. For more information on the specialty ticket pack, please click here.

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Guns 'N Hoses

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.

Sun, Mar 26 5:05PM
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Wed, Mar 29 7:00PM
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Fri, Mar 31 7:00PM
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College Night and $2 Beers and $1 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 beers and $1 hot dogs are back for the 2022-23 season every Friday night!

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Sat, Apr 1 7:05PM
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Wed, Apr 5 7:00PM
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Fri, Apr 7 7:00PM
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Wolf Pack Alumni Night, Bobblehead Giveaway, $2 Beers and $1 Hot Dogs

They’re coming! We are excited to announce that we will be joined by numerous former Wolf Pack players on this night to celebrate the franchise’s storied past. We’ll also have some members of the 1999-00 team that won the city’s first Calder Cup in attendance! They will be signing autographs and taking pictures pregame. Stay tuned for more details on this night!

 

You asked for it! We are excited to bring back a bobblehead giveaway for the first 1,500 fans in attendance on this night. We’re keeping this bobblehead a mystery for now, but we’re interested to hear who you think it might be!

 

$2 beers and $1 hot dogs are back for the 2022-23 season every Friday night!

Sat, Apr 8 7:05PM
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Fri, Apr 14 7:00PM
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Fan Appreciation Night, Chance to win $100k, Mystery Giveaway, $2 Beers and $1 Hot Dogs

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.

 

Be on the lookout for the announcement for the mystery giveaway item. We hear it has a nice ring to it.

 

$2 beers and $1 hot dogs are back for the 2022-23 season every Friday night!

Sat, Apr 15 7:05PM
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