Wolves get one-year lease extension at Allstate Arena

                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • The Chicago Wolves will continue playing at the Allstate Arena, under a one-year lease deal inked this week. A longer-term agreement could come in the future, officials said.

    The Chicago Wolves will continue playing at the Allstate Arena, under a one-year lease deal inked this week. A longer-term agreement could come in the future, officials said. Courtesy of Chicago Wolves

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 8/11/2021 5:12 PM

The Chicago Wolves have inked a one-year extension to continue playing at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont -- their original home since 1994.

"We're hopeful to down the road have a longer-term extension with them, providing that the world is right," said Mayor Brad Stephens.

 

The Wolves played a pandemic-shortened season earlier this year that for the first time had the hockey team competing outside Rosemont, at the team training facility in Hoffman Estates.

The full 2021-22 schedule includes 38 homes games at the Allstate Arena, with the first faceoff set for Saturday, Oct. 16, against the Rockford IceHogs.

In 2019, Rosemont and the Wolves agreed to a five-year lease extension at the village-owned arena.

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