ADMIRALS POWER PAST CHICAGO
Milwaukee Scores Four with Man Advantage
The Milwaukee Admirals used four power-play goals, including three in the second period, to help lift them to a 5-1 victory over the Chicago Wolves in pre-season action at the Kern Center on the campus of the Milwaukee School of Engineering.
The win for the Ads completes a home-and-home series sweep over the Wolves in both teams only exhibition action of the season. Milwaukee won Friday night's game by a 4-3 score.
Milwaukee got on the board first when Mike Santorelli lit the lamp just 3:32 into the game. The Admirals would make it 2-0 less than two minutes later on a Cody Franson power-play tally at 5:27 of the opening stanza.
The Admirals picked up PPGs in the second period by Kelsey Wilson, Donny Grover, and Ian McKenzie to help them extend their lead to 5-1. Jeff Prough tallied Chicago’s lone goal of the game at 8:05 of the second period.
Milwaukee finished the evening 4-for-12 on the power play, while the Wolves were couldn’t convert on eight chances with a man-advantage.
Drew MacIntyre went the distance in net for the Admirals, stopping 18 Chicago shots to earn the victory. Grover (1g-1a), Franson (1g-1a), Mike Santorelli (1g-1a), and Robert Dietrich (2a) each picked up two points to pace the Milwaukee offense.