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Falling fast, Wolves drop six in a row

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The Sudbury Wolves lost 7-4 to the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Wednesday night in the Steel City.
BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW

The Sudbury Wolves lost 7-4 to the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds on Wednesday night in the Steel City.

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Bobby Chaumont and the Wolves haven't won a game since beating Barrie Nov. 19.
The loss is the Wolves' sixth in a row.

The Wolves haven't won a game since Nov. 19, when they beat the Barrie Colts 4-2 at the Sudbury Arena.

Jonathan D'Aversa, Bobby Chaumont, Kyle Musselman and Alex Eaton all scored for the Wolves in the loss.

The Soo was lead by Tyler Kennedy, who scored two goals and added an assist in the victory.

The Soo also got two goals from Blair Jarrett.

Ryan McInerney, Alex Desjardins, Brad Staubitz also scored for the Soo.

The Greyhounds now hold a commanding lead in the Bell Challenge Cup between the two clubs, with three wins.

The other game ended in a tie.

The loss leaves the Wolves still clinging to third spot in the Central Division with a 10-13-3-2 record.

The Wolves are back on the ice this Friday against the Sarnia Sting.

Game time at the Sudbury Arena is 7:30 pm.




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