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Wolf Pack Weekly: Point Streak to Losing Streak

This upcoming weekend features a three in three for the Wolf Pack. Unfortunately, the club lost three straight after going on a nine-game point streak. In their recent three game losing streak, the Pack gave up five goals. The offense has gone cold while the defense has turned into a hot mess. Entering the weekend, Hartford is ranked seventh in the Atlantic Division with a record of 13-15-3-3 for 32 points (a .471 point percentage).

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Wolf Pack Weekly: Hartford Progressing Since Roster Moves

Another weekend means another opportunity to collect wins.  Last weekend, the Wolf Pack went 2-0-1.  They lost in a shootout to Providence on Friday, 4-3 and Saturday started a two game winning streak as Hartford defeated Rochester in the shootout, 3-2 and Springfield in regulation 5-3.  That’s five of six points and the team really impressed me with the way they played. The Wolf Pack has recently made some roster changes and that’s slowly been translating to better results with time. Coming into this weekend, Hartford is 10-12-3-2 for 25 points in the Atlantic Division.  They are ranked seventh in the division with a point percentage of .463.  However, they continue to not be far off from first in the division.  Eleven points separate the seventh spot and first.  Hartford has notched points in five straight games as well. Read more

Wolf Pack Weekly: Pack Slumping Through Mid-November

Zach Sill & Tony DeAngelo

Last weekend was rough for the Wolf Pack. The club dropped all three games and struggled on both sides of the puck. This is their first big slump of the season and they experienced their first blowout of the season as well on Friday night against Bridgeport, losing 7-3. It will be interesting to see how they respond this upcoming week. The club last season did not respond well to slumps and they now have their work cut out for themselves. The team is currently 7-11-2-1, seventh in the Atlantic Division, with a point percentage of .405.
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