Rosemont, Ill – Sunday night, the Chicago Wolves were able to take another victory during their three-game home stand as they hosted the Milwaukee Admirals.
The Wolves were able to cash in on two of their three power players in the first period. Brendan Perlini, with his seventh goal of the season, opened up the scoring for the Wolves. Noel Gunler was able to find the back of the net again for the Wolves with less than a minute left of play. Chicago had a 2-0 lead ending the first period.
Dylan Coghlan opened up scoring for the Wolves at the start of the second period, giving them a 3-0 lead. This was Coghlan’s second goal of the season and the only goal that the Wolves would score during the period. With his first of the season, Milwaukee’s Zach Sanfor put the Admirals on the board. The second period of play would finish with a 3-1 Wolves lead.
Both teams would cash in again in the third period of play. Chicago’s Jamieson Rees would score his fifth of the season to open it up for the Wolves, and put them up 4-1. Rees’s goal would be quickly answered by Milwaukee’s Tim Schaller, who had his fifth goal of the season to make it a 4-2 game. Milwaukee would pull their goaltender with two minutes remaining, which did not go as planned, as Gunler would score an empty netter after Chicago regained possession of the puck. With less than a minute remaining in the game, Keaton Thompson would score for Milwaukee, but it was too little too late, with the Wolves taking a 5-3 victory.
Check out this photo gallery from Field Pass Hockey’s Karen McClain for highlights from the game.
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