The 2012/13 season has come to an end for the Chicago Wolves after the club failed to qualify for the American Hockey League playoffs. With the effects of the NHL lockout, which led to a lot of roster movement throughout the season, it was certainly a strange season for all AHL teams.
Let’s take a look back at the season that was for the Wolves, by the numbers style:
83 -- Points the Wolves finished with this season.
37 -- Games won.
30 -- Games lost.
9 -- Games lost in either overtime or a shootout.
47 -- Different players that suited up for the Wolves this season.
7 -- Canucks prospects made their AHL debuts this season.
31 -- Different Wolves that scored a goal this season, a team record.
24 -- Goals by Brett Sterling, tops on the team.
57 -- Points by Darren Haydar which led the Wolves this season. Haydar also led the team in assists (37).
118 -- Penalty-minutes by Guillaume Desbiens, the most on the team.
1 -- Giant shift by rookie Alexandre Mallet
8 -- Players that have suited up for both the Wolves and Canucks so far this season.
4 -- Wins in a row was the longest winning-streak for the Wolves this season. They did that on three occasions.
4 -- Losses in a row was the longest losing-streak for the Wolves this season.
42 -- One-goal games the Wolves were involved in, finishing with a record of 21-13-8 in those games.
174 -- Combined penalty minutes between the Wolves and Rockford IceHogs on Sunday, March 17th.
10 -- Straight games Andrew Ebbett picked up at least a point, the longest point-streak of the season that spanned from December 30, 2012 to March 9, 2013.
1 -- Zack Kassian goal caught in slow-motion by Canucks TV.
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