Wolves Wednesday: Holy Moly, What A Goalie! Also, The Wolves Like Twitter

(Amazing image provided by fiiiiona @ tumblr.)

As the title would suggest, Eddie Lack is a great goalie. I know, what a shocker. You’re all super surprised, right? Adding to his amazing talents is blogging. Yes. Eddie Lack has a blog AND a Twitter. Sure, his blog might be in Swedish, but Google Translate can help you out. At least his Twitter is in (mostly) English!

Speaking of Twitter, the Chicago Wolves sure happen to love it. They tweet recklessly and often, and it makes for a good time for all involved. If you’re not following these guys on Twitter, you’re seriously missing out.

Before we get to the fun Twitter stuff, here’s a vague clue as to how the week went for the Wolves:

Game scores over the past week:

  • FRIDAY JANUARY 27TH: Wolves vs Admirals — 2-1 Chicago
    FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3RD: Wolves vs IceHogs — 4-2 Chicago
    SATURDAY FEBRYARY 4TH: Wolves vs Rivermen — 4-1 Peoria
    TUESDAY FEBRUARY 7TH: Wolves vs Aeros — 2-1 Chicago

Other important Wolves information:

  • Vancouver has recalled Byron Bitz (Friday, February 3rd)
  • Chris Tanev returned to the Wolves on January 24th

Why You Should Be Following the Wolves on Twitter

These are just a few of the tweets that constantly roll out from their various Twitter accounts. And the best part? They’re very fan-friendly and their tweets are hilarious. You’ll get to see them discussing hard topics such as who’s going to win The Bachelor while attempting to make one another jealous. What are you waiting for? Go follow them!

Follow these Wolves on Twitter:

And while we’re at it, the wonderful and lovely Leiram translated an article about Eddie Lack being awesome! Let’s have a looksee.

Blockbuster Läck gets third straight
Receives first star of the night

Eddie Läck has found his form in the AHL. Last night, the 24-year-old took his third straight victory between the Chicago Wolves’ posts when he stopped 28 of 29 shots in 3-1-win against the Houston Aeros. Läck was named first star of the game, and he has started to show off in earnest after having been held back for his colleague Matt Climie earlier in the season.

The former Leksand and Brynäs goalkeeper broke into the AHL with a bang last season. He finished his run with the Manitoba Moose with a save percentage of 92.6 in the regular season and 93.2 in the playoffs. 27 games into this season, he has a save percentage of 91.9 and an average of 2.47 goals allowed per game.

The original text, as posted by Hockey Sverige, can be found here. Wolves fans, be proud. Be very proud.


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