The Chicago Wolves operate by the words uttered by late Chicago architect Daniel Burnham: “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably will not themselves be realized.”

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08 May 2015

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from Games 4 and 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica.

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Including the regular-season schedule, the Chicago Wolves and Utica Comets have met eight times this season. The Wolves have won twice in regulation. So have the Comets. The Wolves have won twice in overtime. So have the Comets.

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UTICA, N.Y. – As Friday’s Game 4 approaches between the Chicago Wolves and Utica Comets, there is nothing wrong with letting the hockey world know the Comets are a good story.

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01 May 2015

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from Games 2 and 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica.

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Utica, N.Y. – In the grand scheme of things, it does no good to relive Utica defenseman Adam Clendening’s third-period goal in Game 3.

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UTICA, N.Y. – It’s a fact that a few Slap Shot scenes were filmed at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.

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At some point in February, Chicago Wolves general manager Wendell Young determined he needed a few veterans to solidify the team’s roster and increase its chances of getting to the playoffs – and winning once there.

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The Chicago Wolves didn’t enter Game 2 with a plan to turn their Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica into a test of physical will.

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24 April 2015

Week In Pictures

This week in pictures features photos from the final two games of the regualr season against Milwaukee and Toronto, and Game 1 of the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs Western Conference Quarterfinals against Utica.

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It’s tempting for any sports fan to witness a gut-wrenching loss -- such as the Chicago Wolves’ loss to the Utica Comets in two overtimes on Wednesday night – and conclude there’s no way a team can come back.

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