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Hartford Wolf Pack 2009-2010 Season Thread
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10-11-2009, 09:41 AM
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: New York
Is this one time deal or is the Hartford Courant covering the home games?
Six of the Pack's first seven games are on the road, a decision made primarily for financial reasons; backload the schedule with home games when the season is more established and the fans are more inclined to buy tickets.
The Rangers' newest executive, Mark Messier, attended the game
Bruce Berlet filed a report for the Springfield paper
ICE CHIPS: Falcons captain Dean Arsene played for the Wolf Pack in 2002-03. Arsene’s defensive partner, assistant captain Jake Taylor, played parts of four seasons with the Wolf Pack. ... Falcons right Colin McDonald is a native of nearby Wethersfield and the son of former Hartford Whalers defenseman Gerald McDonald. ... The crowd included Hall of Famer Mark Messier, an assistant to Rangers general manager Glen Sather.
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