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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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  • Williams runs for record in blowout

    — Before the start of the fourth quarter of No. 16 Virginia Tech's 38-10 win Saturday against North Carolina State, running back Ryan Williams had put in enough work to have time for a brief discussion with teammate Darren Evans. There was no...
  • Prolific Wolfpack stymied

    North Carolina State coach Tom O'Brien had every reason to believe his offense could move the ball Saturday against No. 16 Virginia Tech. After all, it had produced at least 338 yards in all but one game entering Saturday. Tech (8-3 overall, 5-2 Atlantic...
  • Boone runs plays in wild turkey

    Tight end Greg Boone got the chance to run Tech's offense out of the "wild turkey" formation for the first time this season. Lining up at quarterback on four plays in the second half, Boone attempted the first pass of his career — an...
  • MSG Partners With PIX 11To Air Two Knicks Games And Two Rangers Game In January

    The Knicks games included in the partnership are Saturday, Janaury 9th against the Houston Rockets and Sunday, January 31st against the Minnesota Timberwolves.  For the Rangers, PIX 11 will televise games against the St. Louis Blues and Montreal Canadiens...
  • Virginia beats N.C. State 70-62 in ACC opener

    Virginia beats N.C. State 70-62 in ACC opener
    Mike Scott can't mention in polite company what assistant coach Ron Sanchez told him at halftime Saturday in Virginia's 70-62 victory at North Carolina State. Just rest assured it was a not-so gentle reminder of coach Tony Bennett's play-within-yourself...
  • Impressionist work of Landesburg artfully rallies Virginia past N.C. State in ACC opener

    With the NFL playoffs kicking off later Saturday afternoon, Tony Bennett recalled two of football's most unflappable performers. "Poised when it gets crazy," he said of Joe Montana and Brett Favre. The reference came moments after Bennett's University...
  • 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...
  • 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...