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hartford-wolf-pack-logo-150x133WOLF PACK HOLIDAY PACKS NOW AVAILABLE
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Three Different Packages on Sale, Perfect for Holiday Gifts

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

HARTFORD, November 11, 2014: Global Spectrum, operators of the XL Center and Hartford Wolf Pack, today announced the availability of three separate Wolf Pack “Holiday Packs”, perfect stocking stuffers for any hockey fan.

All three packages include a Wolf Pack autographed item, Wolf Pack ticket vouchers that can be exchanged for tickets to any Pack home game, and a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card.

The first option, the “Biscuit” package, features a Wolf Pack puck signed by a 2014-15 Pack player, four Blue-Level Wolf Pack ticket vouchers and a $5 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card. The Biscuit package is priced at $59.

The second package, priced at $109, is the “Bucket” package. That deal includes Wolf Pack mini-helmet, autographed by a Wolf Pack player, six Blue-Level ticket vouchers and a $10 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card.

For the price of $149, fans can purchase the biggest and best gift, which is the “Twig” package. This package includes a Wolf Pack goalie stick signed by the entire 2014-15 team, eight Blue-Level vouchers and a $10 Dunkin’ Donuts gift card. Only a limited number of sticks are available, so those interested in the Twig package are encouraged to act now.

All of the Wolf Pack’s Holiday Packs can be ordered on-line, through the Wolf Pack’s official website at www.hartfordwolfpack.com, and by phone through the Wolf Pack ticket office at (855) 762-6451. The goalie sticks cannot be shipped and must be picked up at the XL Center, but shipping is available for the Biscuit and Bucket packages.

WOLF PACK WEEKLY: November 10-16, 2014

bob-crawfordBY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

The Wolf Pack (8-3-1-0, 17 pts.) won two of their three games this past week, to move into a tie for tops in the Eastern Conference.  In the Wolf Pack’s “school day special”, morning-start game at the XL Center Wednesday, the Pack grabbed their first victory over the Albany Devils in three tries on the season, 3-1, on the strength of third-period power-play goals by Ryan Haggerty and Oscar Lindberg.  Then, Ken Gernander’s club traveled down to Hershey for their first back-to-back road games of the season, and split a pair of contests with the Bears.  The Wolf Pack led 2-0 Saturday, after Lindberg and J.T. Miller scored, but Hershey roared back with four goals in the last 9:53 of the third period and handed the Pack a 4-2 defeat.  Hartford turned the tables in Sunday’s rematch, though, battling back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to post a 3-2 victory, with Lindberg’s second goal of the game early in the third period providing the winning margin

This week:

The Wolf Pack have three games upcoming this weekend, two of them at home.   This season’s Battle of Connecticut between the Wolf Pack and the Bridgeport Sound Tigers begins with a home-and-home series, Friday night at the XL Center and Saturday evening in Bridgeport, with both games facing off at 7:00 PM.  The Pack are then back on home ice on Sunday, for a 3:00 PM game vs. the Manchester Monarchs. Continue reading


hartford-wolf-pack-logo-150x133      VERSUS      Hershey

Hershey Bears 4, Hartford Wolf Pack 2

BY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

Hershey, PA, November 8, 2014 – The Hershey Bears scored four third-period goals Saturday night at Giant Center, erasing a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Hartford Wolf Pack 4-2, in the first of back-to-back games between the two teams.

Former Wolf Pack Kris Newbury had the game-winning goal with 3:18 left in the third, and added an empty-netter, and Chris Brown and Connor Carrick also scored in Hershey’s third-period burst. Oscar Lindberg and J.T. Miller had the Wolf Pack goals, and Jesper Fast assisted on both.

The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Wolf Pack, who fell to 7-3-1-0 on the season.

“Obviously it’s tough to lose that game, I thought we outplayed them for 50 minutes,” Miller said. It’s just a matter of how it works, you’ve got to find ways to win that hockey game.” Continue reading


hartford-wolf-pack-logo-150x133      VERSUS      Albany Devils

BY: Gerry Cantlon, Howlings

HARTFORD, CT - Two third period powerplay goals in a span of 1:39 helped the Hartford Wolf Pack squeeze past the Albany Devils 3-1 in what has become a traditional AHL morning game at the XL Center Wednesday.

With the win, the Pack took sole possession of first place in the AHL Northeast Division moving ahead of now second place Albany. The Pack now have a record of 7-2-1-0 for 15 points while the Devils fall to 6-2-1-1 for 14 points.

It was a trench warfare trap defense hockey game that remained tied at one from the 2:50 mark of the first period before the Wolf Pack pulled away taking advantage of the power play to get a two goal lead. Continue reading


hartford-wolf-pack-logo-150x133      VERSUS      Albany Devils

Hartford Wolf Pack 3, Albany Devils 1

BY: Zachary Grenier, Hartford Wolf Pack

Hartford, CT, November 5, 2014 – In a battle for first place in the AHL’s Northeast Division, the Hartford Wolf Pack defeated the Albany Devils 3-1 Wednesday at the XL Center, in a game that featured a “school day special” 11:00 AM start.

The scoring started early, with the Devils putting the Wolf Pack in a hole just 45 seconds in to the game.

On a delayed penalty, right winger Paul Thompson went to his forehand and slid the puck past a sliding Cedrick Desjardins for his AHL-leading ninth goal of the season. Continue reading


Bob CrawfordBY: Bob Crawford, Hartford Wolf Pack

Albany, NY, October 25, 2014 – The Hartford Wolf Pack built leads of 1-0 and 2-1 in the first period Saturday at the Times-Union Center, but the Albany Devils scored the last four goals of the game to post a 5-2 win, and a sweep of a home-and-home with the Wolf Pack.

Scott Timmins scored the game-winning goal for Albany and had an assist, and Joe Whitney, Darcy Zajac and Raman Hrabarenka also scored. Rod Pelley added an empty-net goal, and Brandon Burlon had two assists. Continue reading


Hartford Wolf Pack LogoBY: Zachary Grenier, Hartford Wolf Pack

Hartford, CT, October 24, 2014 – Ben Thomson and Mike Sislo scored two goals apiece, and Joe Whitney and Scott Timmins both had a goal and an assist, to lead the Albany Devils to a 7-3 win over the Hartford Wolf Pack Friday night at the XL Center.

The loss was the first regulation defeat in five games on the season for the Wolf Pack (3-1-1-0, 7 pts.), who got goals from Marek Hrivik, Chris Bourque and J.T. Miller, and two assists from Jesper Fast.

The Wolf Pack were in an early deficit after Albany’s Thomson deflected a Dan Kelly slap shot from the left point, to put the Pack down 1-0 just 4:14 into the game. Continue reading