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Hartford Wolf Pack
City: Hartford, Connecticut
League: American Hockey League
Conference: Eastern Conference
Division: Atlantic Division
Founded: 1997
Home Arena: Hartford Civic Center Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Colors: navy blue, red, white, and silver
Owner(s): Madison Square Garden L.P.
General Manager: Flag of Canada Jim Schoenfeld
Head Coach: Flag of the United States Ken Gernander
Media: Hartford Courant
ESPN Radio 1410
Affiliates: New York Rangers (NHL)
Charlotte Checkers (ECHL)
Memphis RiverKings (CHL)
Franchise history
1926 to 1976: Providence Reds
1976 to 1977: Rhode Island Reds
1977 to 1980: Binghamton Dusters
1980 to 1990: Binghamton Whalers
1990 to 1997: Binghamton Rangers
1997 to Present: Hartford Wolf Pack
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 1 1999-00
Division Championships: 2 1999-00, 2003-04
Conference Championships: 1 1999-00
Calder Cups: 1 1999-00

The Hartford Wolf Pack are an ice hockey team in the American Hockey League. They play in Hartford, Connecticut at the Hartford Civic Center. Their mascots are "Sonar" and "Torpedo".

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History

The team was formed in 1997, after Hartford's only major-league sports team, the Hartford Whalers, moved to become the Carolina Hurricanes. The team had previously been known as the Binghamton Rangers, the Binghamton Whalers and the Providence Reds. The Pack's first game was October 4, 1997.

The Hartford Wolf Pack have made the playoffs 10 years in a row, they have not ever missed the playoffs during the 10 years they have been in Hartford. Its best year was the 1999-00 season, when the team won the AHL championship, the Calder Cup.

The market was previously served by:

Season-by-season results


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Regular Season

Season Games Won Lost Tied OTL SOL Points Goals
For
Goals
Against
Standing
1997-98 80 43 24 12 1 -- 99 272 227 2nd, New England
1998-99 80 38 31 5 6 -- 87 256 256 2nd, New England
1999-00 80 49 22 7 2 -- 107 249 198 1st, New England
2000-01 80 40 26 8 6 -- 94 263 247 2nd, New England
2001-02 80 41 26 10 3 -- 95 249 243 2nd, East
2002-03 80 33 27 12 8 -- 86 255 236 3rd, East
2003-04 80 44 22 12 2 -- 102 198 153 1st, Atlantic
2004-05 80 50 24 -- 3 3 106 206 160 2nd, Atlantic
2005-06 80 48 24 -- 6 2 104 292 231 2nd, Atlantic
2006-07 80 47 29 -- 3 1 98 231 201 2nd, Atlantic
2007-08 See 2007-08 AHL season for up-to-date standings.

Playoffs

Season Prelim 1st round 2nd round 3rd round Finals
1997-98 -- W, 3-0, NH W, 4-3, WOR L, 1-4, SJNB --
1998-99 -- W, 3-0, SPR L, 0-4, PROV -- --
1999-00 -- W, 3-2, SPR W, 4-1, WOR W, 4-3, PROV W, 4-2, ROCH
2000-01 -- L, 2-3, PROV -- -- --
2001-02 -- W, 3-2, MAN L, 1-4, HAM -- --
2002-03 L, 0-2, SPR -- -- -- --
2003-04 -- W, 4-1, PORT W, 4-0, WOR L, 3-4, WBS --
2004-05 -- L, 2-4, LOW -- -- --
2005-06 -- W, 4-3, MAN L, 2-4, PORT -- --
2006-07 -- L, 3-4, PROV -- -- --
2007-08 Regular season in progress.

Team records

Single Season

Goals: 50 Flag of Canada Brad Smyth (2000-01)
Assists: 69 Flag of Canada Derek Armstrong (2000-01)
Points: 101 Derek Armstrong (2000-01)
Penalty Minutes: 415 Flag of the United States Dale Purinton (1999-00)
GAA: 1.59 Flag of Canada Jason LaBarbera (2003-04)
SV%: .936 Jason LaBarbera (2003-04)

Career

Career Goals: 184 Brad Smyth
Career Assists: 204 Derek Armstrong
Career Points: 365 Brad Smyth
Career Penalty Minutes: 1077 Dale Purinton
Career Goaltending Wins: 91 Jason LaBarbera
Career Shutouts: 21 Jason LaBarbera
Career Games: 599 Ken Gernander

Current roster

As of November 20, 2007. [1]

Goaltenders
# Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
29 Flag of the United States Al Montoya L 2004 Glenview, Illinois
31 Flag of the United States Chris Holt L 2003 Vancouver, British Columbia
62 Flag of Finland Miika Wiikman L 2007 Mariestad, Sweden
Defensemen
# Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
2 Flag of Canada David Liffiton L 2004 Windsor, Ontario
3 Flag of the United States Corey Potter R 2003 Lansing, Michigan
4 Flag of the United States Michael Sauer R 2005 St. Cloud, Minnesota
5 Flag of the United States Andrew Hutchinson R 2007 Evanston, Illinois
25 Flag of the United States Jake Taylor R 2002 Rochester, Minnesota
49 Flag of Canada Michael Busto R 2007 Burnaby, British Columbia
71 Flag of Austria Thomas Pock L 2004 Klagenfurt, Austria
Forwards
# Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
8 Flag of Canada Brodie Dupont LW L 2007 Russell, Manitoba
9 Flag of Canada Nigel Dawes LW L 2003 Winnipeg, Manitoba
16 Flag of Canada Alex Bourret RW L 2007 Drummondville, Quebec
17 Flag of Canada Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau RW R 2007 Hull, Quebec
22 Flag of Canada Francis Lessard RW R 2006 Montreal, Quebec
26 Flag of Canada Mitch Fritz LW L 2007 Osoyoos, British Columbia
27 Flag of the United States Hugh Jessiman RW R 2003 New York, New York
28 Flag of Finland Lauri Korpikoski LW L 2004 Turku, Finland
34 Flag of Canada Dane Byers LW L 2004 Nipawin, Saskatchewan
42 Flag of Russia Artem Anisimov C L 2006 Yaroslavl, Russia
46 Flag of Canada Jordan Owens LW L 2007 Toronto, Ontario
47 Flag of Canada Tom Pyatt C L 2005 Thunder Bay, Ontario
61 Flag of Canada Mark Lee C L 2005 Mount Pearl, Newfoundland

External links

  • Hartford Wolf Pack Official Website
  • The Internet Hockey Database - Hartford Wolf Pack
  • American Hockey League
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Trophies and Awards Calder Cup · Les Cunningham Award · John B. Sollenberger Trophy · Willie Marshall Award · Dudley "Red" Garrett Memorial Award · Eddie Shore Award · Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award · Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award · Louis A.R. Pieri Memorial Award · Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award · Yanick Dupre Memorial Award · Jack A. Butterfield Trophy · Richard F. Canning Trophy · Robert W. Clarke Trophy · Macgregor Kilpatrick Trophy · Frank Mathers Trophy · Norman R. "Bud" Poile Trophy · Emile Francis Trophy · F. G. "Teddy" Oke Trophy · Sam Pollock Trophy · John D. Chick Trophy  · James C. Hendy Memorial Award  · Thomas Ebright Memorial Award  · James H. Ellery Memorial Awards  · Ken McKenzie Award  · Michael Condon Memorial Award
Related Articles NHL · ECHL · IHL · CHL · SPHL · List of AHL seasons


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