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Wolf Pack Weekly: April 25 - May 2, 2005

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


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2005 Hartford Playoff Stats >>

The Hartford Wolf Pack came away with a win in Game 3 of the series in Lowell on Sunday evening. Wolf Pack captain Ken Gernander tied the AHL's record for most Calder Cup playoff games played with 120. He tied Fred Glover, who played 120 games in 17 seasons. Gernander will surpass Glover with Game #121 on Tuesday, in his 14th season.

Round #1: Hartford Wolf Pack vs Lowell Lock Monsters
Game 1 - Lowell 2, Hartford 5: Recap >> | Box Score >>
Game 2 - Lowell 2, Hartford 1: Recap >> | Box Score >>
Game 3 - Hartford 4, Lowell 1: Recap >> | Box Score >>
Game 4 - Tue, Apr 26, 2005 ... Hartford at Lowell (7:00 p.m.)
Game 5 - Thu, Apr 28, 2005 ... Lowell at Hartford (7:05 p.m.)
Game 6 - Sat, Apr 30, 2005 ... Hartford at Lowell (7:00 p.m. / if necessary)
Game 7 - Sun, May 01, 2005 ... Lowell at Hartford 6:05 p.m. / if necessary)


WOLF PACK NOTES:
* The Wolf Pack are tied with Milwaukee for most goals scored thus far in post-season with 10 goals in three games
* Jeff Hamilton is tied for second place among playoff scorers with 2-3-5, while Jamie Lundmark is tied with 8 others for third place with 1-3-4.
* Alexandre Giroux has two power-play goals, tied for first among playoff scorers
* The Pack's top three scorers after three playoffs games are: Jeff Hamilton, Jamie Lundmark and Alexandre Giroux (3-0-3)
* The Wolf Pack powerplay is clicking at 10.5%, while the team's penalty-kill is running at a 90.5% efficiency in the post-season


LOCK MONSTERS NOTES:
* Ryan Bayda is on a three game goal-scoring streak (3 goals)
* The Lock Monsters' top three playoff scorers are: Ryan Bayda (3-0-3), Chad Larose (1-1-2) and Mike Zigomanis (0-2-2)
* Cam Ward has played all three games for the Lock Monsters versus the Wolf Pack and has a 2.71 GAA.


PLAYOFF TICKET INFORMATION:
Tickets go on sale at noon today for Game 5 of the series in Hartford on Thursday, April 28. Tickets will be available at the Hartford Civic Center Box Office, all Ticketmaster locations and online by clicking here. Individual tickets are available in advance for as little as $9.00 for youth and $17.00 for adults.

Playoff ticket strips are still available on a pro-rated basis. Call 860-548-2000 for details.

Season tickets are on sale now for the 2005-06 regular season. There has been no change in ticket prices for the 05-06 year, and season tickets are available now for as little as $456 for an adult or $228 for youths for 40 home games. Call 860-548-2000 for details.


RECENT TRANSACTIONS:
* Lee Falardeau, Rory Rawlyk and Steve MacIntrye returned to Charlotte of the ECHL effective April 20, 2005


PACK TRACKS:
The Hartford Wolf Pack "Pack Shop" at 100 Allyn Street is open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, as well as two hours prior to and one hour after each and every Wolf Pack home game, including Saturday and Sundays. A full line of Wolf Pack merchandise is available, while a limited selection of items will still be available in the Civic Center Mall before games.
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