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Chicago Wolves elevate Mahoney, Sata to team Presidency

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Chicago Wolves elevate Mahoney, Sata to team Presidency

Chicago Wolves elevate Mahoney, Sata to team Presidency Organization’s long-time leaders rewarded for their excellence The Chicago Wolves announced Thursday that senior vice presidents Courtney Mahoney and Jon Sata have been named President of Operations and President of Business Operations, respectively, for the four-time league-champion organization. Mahoney has been a leader in the Wolves front…

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Something big to cheer about, for a change

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Something big to cheer about, for a change

Something big to cheer about, for a change Suburban officials in Orland Park come out strong to cheer on local Olympic favorite Evita Griskenas who is one of a team of Americans who will compete in the Tokyo Olympics July 26 through August 8. Griskenas performs in the rhythmic gymnastic, a popular competition for audiences….

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Paddlers Reminded to be Safe on the Water This Summer

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Paddlers Reminded to be Safe on the Water This Summer

Paddlers Reminded to be Safe on the Water This Summer Safety on the water should be a priority for all boaters this summer – from motor boat operators and passengers to those boaters who prefer non-motorized watercraft. Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Conservation Police and Safety Education experts remind paddlers to stay alert to…

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Chicago Wolves’ Kevin Kacer shares AHL’s Dupre Award

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Chicago Wolves’ Kevin Kacer shares AHL’s Dupre Award

Chicago Wolves’ Kevin Kacer shares AHL’s Dupre Award Chicago’s head trainer honored for yeoman’s work during 2021 season The American Hockey League announced Monday that, in recognition of their efforts during the pandemic, the head athletic trainers from all 31 teams have been selected as the winners of the Yanick Dupre Memorial Award for 2020-21….

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Fishing Column: May best month to enjoy fishing

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Fishing Column: May best month to enjoy fishing

Fishing Column: May best month to enjoy fishing May is the perfect time to go fishing writes fisherman and sportsman Kenneth Reaves in his new column. By Kenneth Reaves Many people, including myself, love the month of May for many reasons—it ushers the start of summer, the blooming of flowers, and it is the perfect…

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Wolves capture another division title

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Wolves capture another division title

Wolves capture another division title Chicago clinches Central led by Cotton’s hat trick and Warm’s shutout First-year forward David Cotton recorded his first hat trick and rookie goaltender Beck Warm stopped 35 shots as the Chicago Wolves clinched their fourth division title in five years with a 7-0 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins Wednesday…

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Wolves finish in style defeating Grand Rapids Griffins

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Wolves finish in style defeating Grand Rapids Griffins

Wolves finish in style defeating Grand Rapids Griffins Max Lajoie’s career-high-tying 3-point night features highlight-reel pass The Chicago Wolves capped an eight-game, 23-day road trip with a 4-2 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins on Thursday night at Van Andel Arena. Forwards Anthony Richard, Phil Tomasino and David Cotton and defenseman Max Lajoie scored for…

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Wolves create six new Project Thrive Zoom sessions

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Wolves create six new Project Thrive Zoom sessions

Wolves create six new Project Thrive Zoom sessions Super Bowl champion Chukky Okobi leads first session May 6 The Chicago Wolves, together with #SameHere Global Mental Health Movement founder Eric Kussin, continue to change the conversation about mental health in Chicago through Project Thrive. After launching Project Thrive with six successful Zoom sessions from February…

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Wolves rocket to victory against Grand Rapids Griffins

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Wolves rocket to victory against Grand Rapids Griffins

Wolves rocket to victory against Grand Rapids Griffins Richard and Novak score two goals apiece in Chicago’s 5-1 win Anthony Richard and Tommy Novak scored two goals apiece as the Chicago Wolves sprinted to an early lead and rolled to a 5-1 victory over the Grand Rapids Griffins on Monday night at Van Andel Arena….

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Chicago Wolves host food drive Saturday April 24

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Chicago Wolves host food drive Saturday April 24

Chicago Wolves host food drive Saturday April 24 Donate non-perishable goods at Allstate Arena to help Common Pantry GLENVIEW, ILLINOIS – The Chicago Wolves are hosting a Food Drive from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 24, at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. All of the canned goods and other non-perishable items the Wolves collect…

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Local Attorney Gives Back On Basketball Court, Teaches Life Lessons

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Local Attorney Gives Back On Basketball Court, Teaches Life Lessons

By Steve Neuhaus   When Attorney Kevin Bugos was informed of the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago cancelling all sports at grade school level due to Covid 19 pandemic, he wasn’t taking this decision lightly. Bugos who has been coaching basketball at Cardinal Joseph Bernardin Catholic School in Orland Hills organized a club team called the…

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Ross, Chicago Wolves earn rollercoaster win in Rockford

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Ross, Chicago Wolves earn rollercoaster win in Rockford

Ross, Chicago Wolves earn rollercoaster win in Rockford Chicago rallies from two deficits to extend winning streak to four games Rookie forward Jamieson Rees’ third-period goal erased the game’s fourth and final tie as the Chicago Wolves claimed a 5-4 victory over the host Rockford IceHogs Sunday afternoon. Rees produced the Wolves’ final two goals…

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