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updated: 3/8/2013 10:56 PM

Admirals rally past Wolves

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By Daily Herald News Services

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Admirals rallied with 3 goals in the third period to sink the Chicago Wolves 4-3 in an Amtrak Rivalry game Friday night at the Bradley Center.

Defenseman Mark Matheson and forwards Darren Archibald and Andrew Ebbett scored for the Wolves (28-19-4-3).

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When these teams last met on February 1, the Wolves jumped out to an early 4-0 lead. This time the Admirals (27-24-3-3) needed just 2:40 to light the lamp off a top-shelf wrister from left wing Kevin Henderson.

Matheson redirected a point shot in front of goalie Jeremy Smith and found an opening down low to make it 1-1 at 9:47.

The Wolves kept their momentum going in the second period when Archibald took a pass from left wing Bill Sweatt and rifled a one-timer past Smith (17-19-3, 26 saves) at 2:01.

Trailing 2-1 after two periods, the Admirals quickly knotted the score at 2-2 at the 43-second mark when right wing Matt Halischuk stuffed a score past goalie Matt Climie on a power play.

Halischuk scored his second at 10:18 when he placed a shot from the near circle under the crossbar and over Climie's glove.

Admirals right wing Juuso Puustinen batted a puck over the top of a sprawled-out Climie (16-16-2, 36 saves) at 14:52 for a 4-2 advantage.

Ebbett added a power-play marker at 19:30 as the Wolves were skating 6-on-4 with Climie pulled and on the bench.

The Wolves host the Admirals today in an Amtrak Rivalry rematch at 7 p.m. at the Allstate Arena.

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