Despite rally Wolves lose Calder Cup Championship in 5 games
By Ray Hanania
The Chicago Wolves made fans in Chicagoland proud. They entered the Calder Cup Championship Finals 11 years after winning the prized Hocky honor in 2008 after defeating the San Diego Gulls in Conference Finals.
The Wolves are a powerful and entertaining hockey team but they failed to overcome a challenge from the Charlotte Checkers who won the Calder Cup taking four of the first five games.
Although the Wolves lost they have proven to be a strong contender in professional hockey and we look forward to them returning to the new hockey seasons this Fall in October.
Here is a recap of the final 5th Game of the Calder Cup Championship Finals froim Saturday night at the Allstate Arena which the Charlotte Checkers won 5 to 3.
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