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Hartford Wolf Pack

The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.
The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. « Show less

Top Hartford Wolf Pack Articles

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  • Stock Left Indelible Mark On Wolf Pack

    At the time there was no way to know just how much of a fan favorite he would become, but P.J. Stock was just that in Hartford, so maybe it is fitting that he scored the first goal at home for the Wolf Pack. Stock scored before 12,934 at the then-...
  • Anticipating Memories In 2009

    Instead of looking back, today we look forward to 2009. Plenty of sports history will be made in Connecticut or by people with connections to the state. Problem is, we can only guess as to where and by whom. Of course, that is the beauty of it all. Things...
  • Silent Auction Items

    Silent Auction Donations - Bob's Discount Furniture $250.00 gift cert - Breakfast with Fox 61 Morning News and Station Tour Priceless - Mayor McCoy 2 - Red Sox Tickets - Kearney Family - 2 Red Sox Tickets - Beacon Light Supply Co.-$150.00 gift cert...
  • Q The Youth: U13 Washington Greensox

    Q The Youth: U13 Washington Greensox
    The U13 Washington Greensox Sandy Koufax baseball team won the state championship and qualified for the Sandy Koufax World Series at Bailey Park in Battle Creek MI. The Greensox defeated the Port Orchard Wolfpack in the championship game at Heritage...
  • No. 7 N.C. State Wolfpack

    Why they are No. 7? Having eight home games should provide momentum for a program that has a chance to get to .500 or better for just the second time since 2004. Getting running back Toney Baker back 100 percent after missing almost two years with a...
  • It's an early measuring stick for N.C. State

    N.C. State has developed a knack for finishing strong under coach Tom O'Brien. It's getting started that has been the problem. After lackluster losses in both of his season openers in Raleigh, O'Brien is hoping to begin his third year with a win for a...
  • Sept. 9, 2009: Al Groh's job teetering at Virginia

    Sept. 9, 2009: Al Groh's job teetering at Virginia
    If past is prelude, the University of Virginia should brace for a miserable football season. And we all know what that would mean. Summon the hangman for the head man. Not to give Al Groh the bum's rush a mere one game into his ninth season as coach. He...
  • No. 12 Loyola 54, St. Ignatius 29

    No. 12 Loyola 54, St. Ignatius 29 GCAC Red Records: Loyola 15-5, 6-0; St. Ignatius 4-14, 2-3. Halftime: Loyola 23-9. Summary: The Ramblers dominated the Wolfpack from the beginning to capture their first GCAC Red Division title since 2005. St....
  • Robert Gibbs: Mouth of the (White) House

     
    by Mark Silva updated at 2:35 pm EST His tie was baby blue, coordinated with the backdrop of a high-tech White House press briefing room. His demeanor was calm, coordinated with the tone of the new Obama White House. His......
  • VIDEO: Kristen Stewart calls Robert Pattinson romance gossip 'a ridiculous show.'

     
    Kristen Stewart was asked about how she’s changed since the filming of “Twilight,” when she was a shy, sensitive young actor, and how she handles the nonstop coverage of her relationship with her costar Robert Pattinson At the "New Moon"......
  • Reporters Walk Out on Rockefeller

     
    New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller’s plan for separate news conferences for print and broadcast reporters backfires when the TV and radio crews in Los Angeles walk out on him. Louie Malle’s New Wave film “Lovers” is just plain immoral, Philip K....
  • Girls' basketball: A special Ronald McDonald House visit for Great Oak's Sherbert

     
    Lindsay Sherbert of Temecula Great Oak, who holds the distinction of being the only player from Southern California selected to compete in the McDonald's All-American games Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio, visited the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald's House...