Wolf Pack Fry Baby Fishsticks, 4-2
Wednesday January 14th 2009, 11:09 pm

The Hartford Wolf Pack bounced back in the second half of their home-and-home with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in Hartford on Wednesday night, defeating their in-state rivals by a final score of 4-2 and extending their win one, lose one streak to thirteen games.

I’d love to tell you more, but for the countless time this season AHL Live suffered “technical difficulties” and could not broadcast the game.  So you’ll have to make do with the game recaps from the Wolf Pack and Sound Tigers web sites.  For the straight stats, see the game summary.


  • With two points each, Parenteau (16g, 26a) jumped up to 5th place in league scoring, while Anisimov (18g, 23a) moved into 8th.  Sanguinetti’s (3g, 21a) assist moved him into 8th over all amongst defensemen and 2nd among rookie defensemen.
  • With the win the Pack moved into a tie for second place in the Atlantic Division with the Portland Pirates with 45 points.  The Pirates hold two games in hand.

1. Joensuu (12) (Bentivoglio, Wotton) 2:06
1. Parenteau (16) (Sanguinetti, Anisimov) 13:13 (PP)
1. Dupont (9) (Anisimov, Parenteau) 18:26
2. Walter (8) (Iggulden, Joensuu) 17:11
3. Owens (7) (Rissmiller, Urquhart) 2:48
3. Pyatt (8) (Moore, Nightingale) 14:22

Dupont – Anisimov – Parenteau
Owens – Rissmiller – Moore
Pyatt – Ouellette – Weise
Soryal – DiDiomete – Sugden

Fahey – Nightengale
Potter – Sanguinetti
Urquhart – Sauer

Wiikman / Zaba

Three Stars:
1. Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau
2. Jordan Owens
3. Jesse Joensuu

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