Ringling Bros Circus Rules The Mannequin Challenge

Ringling Bros Circus Rules The Mannequin Challenge
The mannequin challenge has become one of the biggest viral events to date. So many are joining in the fun such as the professional football teams, hockey teams, and schools. But with the Circus heading to the United Center for possibly the last time they decided to join in on the fun and they didn’t... Read more »

Not Chicago Stronger

Yes, the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks are in the Stanley Cup finals and Game 1 was a historic moment in NHL history. With the Blackhawks making the finals they are plenty of t-shirt vendors looking for a quick payday by coming up with ideas. You can drive up and down any well trafficked area... Read more »

NHL 13 Preview

NHL 13 Preview
September brings the leaves and cool weather, but it also brings the annual installment of the NHL series from EA Sports. Last year the series took a step in the right direction with NHL 12 but there were many complaints of the AI and other features. This year looks to be different as there has... Read more »
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Remembering D3: The Mighty Ducks

Yea I know many don’t want to remember the worst film in the trilogy, but if nothing else is on you are glued to that television. I went searching and digging for what the actors from Eden Hall are up to and a few might surprise you. Gordon Bombay- Emilio Estevez (@EMILIOTHEWAY) With a very... Read more »

Hello Old Friends

Hello Old Friends
The Wolves off season is always a mystery to many fans and media members, as they try to figure out who is leaving and coming back to the team. Already halfway through the summer the organization has brought back some names that have made their way through the history books in the AHL. Darren Haydar... Read more »

The Search Is On (Again)

The Search Is On (Again)
Well the Chicago Wolves are again on the hunt for a new head coach behind their bench this upcoming season. The Wolves former “boss” Craig MacTavish took an executive position with his former team the Edmonton Oilers. General Manager Wendell Young is now searching for the organization’s 4th coach since they won the Calder Cup... Read more »
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A Mild Success

A Mild Success
The Chicago Wolves ended their season last Friday in a game 5 loss against the San Antonio Rampage. The Wolves were down 2-0 in the series before rallying to force a deciding game. It was a great hockey game with Chicago rallying from 2-0 to tie the game and get the game to Double OT... Read more »

Road to the Cup Starts in San Antonio

Road to the Cup Starts in San Antonio
With the Chicago Wolves ending their season on a high note with a 3-2 win over the Riverman, the Calder Cup Playoffs being Thursday. There was a lot of speculation on who the Wolves would have played as the 5th through 8th spots was undecided to the final games were finished. San Antonio defeated Oklahoma... Read more »

Short Doesn't Mean A Thing

Short Doesn't Mean A Thing
Many voices in sports say if you are short in height, you don’t have a shot to make any kind of professional team. They were always saying people fewer than six feet don’t deserve any kind of chance because their height isn’t intimidating. On the contrary the Chicago Wolves have a few players who make... Read more »
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Clear Day Rosters

With the Clear Day Rosters being released today, the Wolves had some decisions to make. Below is the entire roster that is eligible for the rest of the season and playoffs. Goalies Matt Climie (G)  Eddie Lack (G) Defensemen Nolan Baumgartner  Mark Matheson Kevin Connauton  Ryan Parent Dustin Friesen  Adam Polasek Jordan Henry  Yann Sauve... Read more »