Skip to main content
The Official Site of the New York Rangers

Hartford Wolf Pack Update - November 10-16

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


Despite suffering their first two defeats of the season last week, the Hartford Wolf Pack remain in a tie for the top spot in the American Hockey League with 22 points (9-2-3-1) through the first 15 games of the season.

The Pack are 5-1-3-0 at home and have posted a 4-1-0-1 record away from the Civic Center.

TEAM LEADERS:
GOALS - Ken Gernander, Jason MacDonald Chad Wiseman (5)
ASSISTS - Jed Ortmeyer, Chad Wiseman (8)
POINTS - Chad Wiseman (13)
PENALTY MINUTES - Richard Scott (70)
SHOTS ON GOAL - Chad Wiseman (51)
PLUS/MINUS - Ken Gernander, Fedor Tyutin (+9)

UPCOMING GAMES:
Friday, November 21 at Providence Bruins (7:05 PM ET)
Saturday, November 22 vs. Providence Bruins (7:05 PM ET)

RECENT GAME RECAPS:
November 15, 2003 - Hartford Wolf Pack 2, Providence Bruins 0
JASON LaBARBERA RECORDED HIS FOURTH SHUTOUT IN THE LAST TWO SEASONS TO LEAD THE HARTFORD WOLF PACK OVER THE PROVIDENCE BRUINS, 2-0. LaBARBERA TURNED AWAY 26 SHOTS AND HELPED KILL-OFF FOUR POWER PLAY CHANCES FOR PROVIDENCE TO RECORD HIS SEVENTH WIN ON THE SEASON. LAYNE ULMER NETTED A POWER PLAY GOAL WITH 1:59 LEFT IN THE SECOND PERIOD AND KEN GERNANDER ADDED A GOAL 9:34 INTO THE THIRD FOR HARTFORD, WHICH HAS WON BOTH OF ITS MEETINGS WITH THE BRUINS THIS YEAR BY A COMBINED SCORE OF 7-2.

November 14, 2003 - Hartford Wolf Pack 2, Manchester Monarchs 5
MIKE CAMMALLERI SCORED A PAIR OF GOALS AND ADAM HAUSER MADE 31 SAVES AS THE MANCHESTER MONARCHS SKATED TO A 5-2 TRIUMPH OVER THE HARTFORD WOLF PACK. CAMMALLERI SCORED A GO-AHEAD GOAL WITH 7:11 LEFT IN THE FIRST PERIOD AND ADDED THE EVENTUAL GAME-WINNER JUST 2:15 LATER. HAUSER, WHO HAS ALLOWED JUST FOUR GOALS IN FIVE STARTS, STOPPED ALL 12 SHOTS IN THE FINAL PERIOD TO IMPROVE TO 5-0-0. SCOTT BARNEY SCORED 55 SECONDS INTO THE GAME AND JOHN TRIPP ADDED A GOAL AND AN ASSIST FOR MANCHESTER, WHICH IMPROVE TO 6-0-1 IN ITS LAST SEVEN GAMES. JASON MACDONALD AND CORY LAROSE EACH RECORDED A GOAL FOR HARTFORD, WHICH LOST BACK-TO-BACK GAMES FOR THE FIRST TIME THIS SEASON. PHIL OSAER SURRENDERED THREE GOALS ON 11 SHOTS TO SUFFER THE LOSS AND JASON LABARBERA STOPPED 16 OF 17 IN RELIEF FOR THE WOLF PACK.

November 12, 2003 - Hartford Wolf Pack 3, Worcester Ice Cats 4
MARC BROWN HAD TWO GOALS AS THE WORCESTER ICECATS HELD OFF THE HARTFORD WOLF PACK, 4-3, MARKING HARTFORD'S FIRST REGULATION LOSS OF THE 2003-04 SEASON. BROWN SCORED ON THE POWER PLAY JUST 1:54 INTO THE FIRST PERIOD AND GAVE WORCESTER A 4-1 LEAD ONLY 12 SECONDS INTO THE THIRD. REIHNARD DAVIS STOPPED 39 OF 42 SHOTS TO EARN THE WIN. JAMES POLLOCK RECORDED A GOAL AND TWO ASSISTS AND ERNIE HARTLIEB HAD A PAIR OF HELPERS FOR THE ICECATS, WHO ENDED A THREE-GAME WINLESS STREAK ON THE ROAD. JASON MACDONALD AND BOBBY ANDREWS EACH SCORED IN THE THIRD PERIOD FOR HARTFORD, WHICH SUFFERED ITS FIRST REGULATION LOSS IN 13 GAMES THIS SEASON. PHIL OSAER REPLACED JASON LABARBERA IN THE SECOND PERIOD AND STOPPED EIGHT OF NINE SHOTS TO TAKE THE LOSS.
View More