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updated: 12/19/2012 3:28 PM

Early goal gives Wolves a 1-0 win

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  • Chicago Wolves winger Darren Archibald battles for position against defenseman Nick Tuzzolino of the Abbotsford Heat. The Wolves earned a 1-0 win in their School-Day game Wednesday afternoon at Allstate Arena.

      Chicago Wolves winger Darren Archibald battles for position against defenseman Nick Tuzzolino of the Abbotsford Heat. The Wolves earned a 1-0 win in their School-Day game Wednesday afternoon at Allstate Arena.
    Photo courtesy of Chicago Wolves/Ross Dettman

  • Chicago Wolves center Andrew Ebbett advances the puck against the Abbotsford Heat Wednesday. The Wolves earned a 1-0 win in their School-Day game at the Allstate Arena thanks to 27 saves by goalie Matt Climie.

      Chicago Wolves center Andrew Ebbett advances the puck against the Abbotsford Heat Wednesday. The Wolves earned a 1-0 win in their School-Day game at the Allstate Arena thanks to 27 saves by goalie Matt Climie.
    Photo courtesy of Chicago Wolves/Ross Dettman

 
By Daily Herald News Services

Chicago Wolves goaltender Matt Climie and Abbotsford Heat goalie Barry Brust dueled for 60 minutes, but the Wolves posted the lone goal to earn a 1-0 win in their School-Day game Wednesday afternoon at the Allstate Arena.

Right winger Darren Haydar's first-period goal was all Climie (6-7-0) would need as he kicked out all 27 shots he faced in helping Chicago (13-9-2-1) to its fourth straight victory, which matched a season-high.

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With the win, the Wolves have improved to 7-1-0-0 all-time in day games.

"I told the guys that whoever wakes up first will win the game," said Wolves head coach Scott Arniel. "We had a great first period and got them on the ropes early and were able to win another one-goal game."

Haydar's goal came at 10:02 of the first period as he finished off a three-on-two rush with forwards Jordan Schroeder and Nathan Longpre. Longpre skated into the Heat zone and sent a pass to the far boards for Schroeder, who found Haydar in the slot, and the Chicago captain snapped a wrist shot over Brust's stick.

Brust (8-2-1) stopped 34 of 35 shots for Abbotsford (15-6-3-3).

The Wolves head to Michigan to battle the Grand Rapids Griffins at 6 p.m. Saturday. They return home on Dec. 29 for a 7 p.m. game with Abbotsford.

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