The Chicago Wolves scored on their first three power-play chances to set the tone for a 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Monsters on Thursday night at Allstate Arena.
All-Star center T.J. Tynan scored one power-play goal and assisted on the other two for the Wolves (25-16-6-2), who won their 13th consecutive home game. Forwards Teemu Pulkkinen and Tomas Hyka notched the other power-play goals while forward Mackenzie MacEachern also scored.
Cleveland (16-26-4-3) also scored three power-play goals -- two by Orland Park native Terry Broadhurst and the third by his younger brother, Alex Broadhurst.
Wolves goaltender Oscar Dansk (1-0-1) produced 32 saves in his first game since suffering an injury while playing for the NHL's Vegas Golden Knights on Oct. 30.
Matiss Kivlenieks (9-14-2) notched 29 saves for the Monsters.