The Wolf Pack posted a 0-1-1-0 mark through two games this past weekend, and are tied with the Manchester Monarchs for first place in the Atlantic Division with 23 points.
The Pack have posted a 9-3-4-1 mark through the first 17 games of the season. Hartford is 5-1-4-0 at home and has posted a 4-2-0-1 away from the Civic Center.TEAM LEADERS:
GOALS - Jason MacDonald, Layne Ulmer (6)
ASSISTS - Chad Wiseman (9)
POINTS - Chad Wiseman (14)
PENALTY MINUTES - Richard Scott (79)
SHOTS ON GOAL - Chad Wiseman (57)
PLUS/MINUS - Ken Gernander (+10)UPCOMING GAMES:
Wednesday, November 26 vs. Manchester Monarchs (7:05 PM ET)
Friday, November 28 at Bridgeport Sound Tigers (7:35 PM ET)
Saturday, November 29 vs. Houston Aeros (7:05 PM ET)RECENT GAME RECAPS:November 22, 2003 - Hartford Wolf Pack 3, Providence Bruins 3
Peter Metcalf scored with late in the third period to help the Providence Bruins earn a 3-3 tie with the Hartford Wolf Pack. After Jason MacDonald scored the third of three unanswered goals for Hartford to make the score 3-2 with 7:08 remaining, Metcalf netted a power-play tally just 3:02 later to knot the score. Ted Donato had a goal and an assist and Tim Thomas stopped 41 shots, including five in overtime, for Providence, which has allowed opponents just 1.57 goals per game over its last seven contests. Layne Ulmer notched a pair of markers to lead the Wolf Pack, who outshot the Bruins, 44-21. Jason LaBarbera and Phil Osaer combined to make 18 saves for Hartford.November 21, 2003 - Hartford Wolf Pack 1, Providence Bruins 2
Ted Donato scored the game-winning goal late in the third period to help the Providence Bruins edge the Hartford Wolf Pack, 2-1. Donato potted his second goal of the year with 3:08 left in the contest to help Providence improve to 5-3 in one-goal games. Ivan Huml tallied a power-play goal at the 8:04 mark of the first period to supply the Bruins with an early lead. Peter Metcalf assisted on both goals by Providence, which improved to 1-2 against Hartford this year. Hannu Toivonen had 20 stops in the win for the Bruins, who entered the contest allowing 2.28 goals per game. Cory Larose tied the game at 1-1 with the lone goal of the contest for the Wolf Pack, who fell to 4-3 on the road. Phil Osaer made 28 saves, including 24 in the first two periods, in the loss.