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"Game Time" PROSPECT SUNDAY for November 23, 2014

Sorry about last week, folks... life sort of got in the way. We're back at it today with your weekly look at the Blues' prospect stable, from Alaska to Helsinki and all points in between.

The Fresh Prince of Rosemont makes the save... Photo by
The Fresh Prince of Rosemont makes the save... Photo by
Micheline Veluvolu/Rochester Americans



Date Link Details
. 11-13-14 LINK F DMITRIJ JASKIN reassigned to Chicago (AHL) by St. Louis (NHL).




Date Link Details
. 10-19-14 LINK D JOEL EDMUNDSON (back); return date indefinite.




Nov. 9, 2014 -- WOLVES 5 at Iowa 1 (box score)

Nov. 12, 2014 -- WOLVES 3 at Utica 0 (box score)

Nov. 14, 2014 -- WOLVES 3 at Utica 4 (box score)

Nov. 15, 2014 -- WOLVES 7 at Rochester 4 (box score)


Nov. 18, 2014

Wolves blanked by Ortio, Flames

GLENS FALLS, NY --- The Chicago Wolves were shut out for the first time this season as goaltender Joni Ortio and the Adirondack Flames captured the first meeting between the clubs 3-0 Tuesday night at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
Three days after notching seven goals against Rochester, the Wolves (10-4-2-0) saw all 28 of their shots turned away. It was the Flames’ first shutout in franchise history and pushed their winning streak to six games.

LINK to scoresheet at TheAHL dot com.


Nov. 21, 2014

Wolves' Rally Denied in Overtime at Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, WI --- The Chicago Wolves’ nine-game road trip ended Friday night with a 3-2 overtime loss to the Milwaukee Admirals in an Amtrak Rivalry game at Bradley Center.
Defensemen Petteri Lindbohm and Brent Regner scored third-period goals to get the Wolves (10-4-3-0) into overtime, but Milwaukee forward Pontus Aberg notched the game-winner during 3-on-3 action with 1:39 remaining in the extra session. Goaltender Matt Climie (5-2-2) stopped 19 of 22 shots in regulation and overtime for Chicago, which posted a 5-3-1-0 record on its nine-game, 20-day trip.

LINK to scoresheet at TheAHL dot com.


Nov. 22, 2014

Wolves rally for 3-2 triumph over Iowa

ROSEMONT, IL --- Forward Philip McRae's goal with 3:48 left lifted the Chicago Wolves to a 3-2 victory over Iowa on Saturday night at Allstate Arena.
Forwards Benn Ferriero and Ty Rattie also scored for the Wolves (11-4-3-0), who had to rally from a 2-0 deficit in their first home game since Nov. 1. Goaltender Jordan Binnington (6-2-1) stopped 26 shots for the win.
"It was almost identical to (Friday at Milwaukee)," said Wolves head coach John Anderson, who earned his 362nd American Hockey League win to pull into a share for fifth place on the AHL all-time list. "Our starts have not been good as of late. I think I know a couple of reasons why. Hopefully we can remedy it tomorrow because we don't have time to fool around because we turn around and play Rockford."

LINK to scoresheet at TheAHL dot com.


PAW PRINTS: The Wolves currently have players leading the AHL in two diverse categories ... Ty Rattie is the AHL's goal-scoring leader with 11, and Cody Beach leads the league in penalty minutes with 96 ... Jordan Binnington is fourth with a 1.89 goals-against average, 10th with a 92.5 save percentage, and tied for 10th with six wins.

Wolves' 2014-15 Scoring and Penalty Statistics

Wolves' 2014-15 Goaltending Statistics


11-23-14 vs ROCHESTER 4:00 PM CST Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL
11-26-14 at MILWAUKEE 7:00 PM CST BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI
11-28-14 at ROCKFORD 7:00 PM CST BMO Harris Metro Center, Rockford, IL
11-29-14 vs ROCKFORD 7:00 PM CST Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL




Nov. 9, 2014 -- ACES 3 vs Bakersfield 4 (box score)

Nov. 11, 2014 -- ACES 3 at Idaho 1 (box score)

Nov. 12, 2014 -- ACES 2 at Idaho 6 (box score)

Nov. 14, 2014 -- ACES 6 vs Stockton 2 (box score)

Nov. 15, 2014 -- ACES 2 vs Stockton 1 (box score)


Nov. 16, 2014

Storm, Weathered

ANCHORAGE, AK --- Niklas Lundström made 27 saves while the line combination of Brendan Connolly, Jason Gregoire and Chris Francis combined for six points to help the Alaska Aces sweep the Stockton Thunder in a 3-1 victory at Sullivan Arena on Sunday.
The win was the fourth in five games for the Aces, who snapped a 1-1 tie in the second period on goals by Olivier Archambault and Francis (power play goal). The Aces improved to 17-4-0 in the last 21 lifetime regular season games against Stockton and jumped the Utah Grizzlies into fifth place in the Pacific Division.
The Aces, finishing a grueling stretch of nine games in 12 days, finished the stretch with an impressive 5-4-0 mark.

LINK to scoresheet at ECHL dot com.



Lundström Runs (Up) To 4-1-0

Lundstrom Aces military sweaterAlaska Aces goaltender Niklas Lundström was named Runner Up for CCM ECHL Goaltender of the Week honors for Nov. 10-16. Riley Gill of the Allen Americans took the weekly honor for the third time in his career.

Lundström, 21, went 4-1-0 in all five Aces games last week and posted a 2.13 goals-against-average and .914 save percentage. He beat the Idaho Steelheads and former Aces goaltender Olivier Roy, 3-1 in Boise on Nov. 11 with a 30-save performance.

Lundström played every minute of an Aces three-game sweep over Stockton from Nov. 14-16, wrapping up a stretch of nine games in 12 days for the Aces. He allowed just two goals over the final 120 minutes of the series and made 27 saves on Sunday, in a 3-1 victory which lifted the Aces into fifth place in the Pacific Division.

Gill went 3-0-0 with a 1.33 goals-against average and a save percentage of .956 in three appearances last week.

Aces' 2014-15 Scoring and Penalty Statistics

Aces' 2014-15 Goaltending Statistics


11-28-14 vs IDAHO 7:15 PM AKST Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, AK
11-29-14 vs IDAHO 7:15 PM AKST Sullivan Arena, Anchorage, AK



This week's "Trending Up" feature at 2:00 PM CDT, and the latest "On The Horizon" feature, focusing on the upcoming schedule for all the Blues' prospects -- and featuring new graphics and updated prospect scoring stats -- at 3:00 PM CDT.