The Wolf Pack completed their six game road-trip earlier this afternoon. The club has gone 3-3 on the road, with wins in Syracuse (4-3 shootout win), Hershey (5-2), and Lehigh Valley (3-2 shootout win) while dropping back to back games in Charlotte (6-0, then 3-2) and today’s match up with Bridgeport (4-0). The Wolf Pack remain in sixth place and six points behind the Checkers for the last playoff spot in the Atlantic Division. Hartford returns home on Friday against Hershey, then play the Providence Bruins in a home at home series.
2-18-18 vs Bridgeport– The Wolf Pack against the Sound Tigers started off good. The first period was scoreless and the Pack had good scoring chances. However in the second and third period, Bridgeport converted on their chances. Hartford did not. The defense broke down in both periods as well. The offense was not able to get it together. Brandon Halverson takes the loss in net, stopping 37 of 41 shots.
2-17-18 vs Lehigh Valley- Wolf Pack battled back from a 2-0 deficit in the third period against the Phantoms in Allentown. Lias Andersson scored his third goal of the season and Adam Tambellini tied the contest up. Adam Tambellini also had the lone shootout tally. Chris Nell gets the win in net, stopping 23 of 25 shots. He also stopped all three Phantoms shooters.
2-14-18 vs Charlotte- The Checkers scored early in the first and established a two goal lead until the second period. Lias Andersson scored in the second. Moments later, the Checkers regained a two goal lead. Hartford struggled offensive and defensively. Ryan Graves had the last Pack goal at 16:19 as the Checkers pulled out a 3-2 victory. Brandon Halverson gets the loss as he stops 21 of 24 shots.
2-13-18 vs Charlotte- Hartford explodes in the third period. The Pack was in a close contest with the Checkers until the third period. In the third, Charlotte had four goals to win 6-0. Brandon Halverson gets the loss in net stopping 39 of 45 shots.
2-10-18 vs Hershey- Hartford explodes with four goals in the first. Cole Schneider, Eric Selleck, Ryan Sproul, and Steven Fogarty scored in the first. Scott Kosmachuk had the lone Pack goal in the second. Hershey tackled two late goals as Hartford won 5-2. Brandon Halverson stops 31 of 33 shots for the win.