Stats/Watch: Wolf Pack (Danny Kristo and Dylan McIlrath score)

The Wolf Pack beat the Sound Tigers 4-1 last night in Hartford

  • Conor Allen: nothing on scoresheet
  • Dylan McIlrath: 1 goal, plus 2, 1 shot
  • Ryan Bourque: 1 assist, plus one, 4 shots
  • JT Miller: 1 shot, high sticking and tripping penalty
  • Marek Hrivik: 1 assist, plus one, 1 shot
  • Oscar Lindberg: 1 goal, 1 assist, plus 3, 2 shots
  • Jesper Fast:  2 shots
  • Danny Kristo: 1 goal, plus 2, 2 shots


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Note: Dylan McIlrath Needs Help Getting Off The Ice (Getting MRI)


1:14PM McIlrath is undergoing and MRI on his knee today. (Larry Brooks)

It is the same knee that McIlrath injured a year and a half ago. (Larry Brooks)

8:30PM: “Dylan McIlrath appears to hurt his knee along the boards, needs help getting off the ice.” (Wolf Pack on twitter)

“McIlrath down, flexing his knee, his leg turned awkwardly, not good.” (Hartford Hockey on twitter)

The Wolf Pack are playing the Springfield Falcons tonight.


NEWS: JT Miller Called Up/Arron Asham and Dylan McIlrath Sent Down

JT Miller has been called up from Hartford and Dylan McIlrath and Arron Asham have been sent down (Rangers).

McIlrath played in two games, he was a healthy scratch last night against Pittsburgh, and averaged 7:01, was a minus one, had a fight and a high sticking penalty and two hits.

According to Extra Skater, McIlrath was on the ice for 20 shot attempts for and 12 against and 11 shots on goal for and 8 against.

He started 46.2% of his even strength shifts in the defensive zone.

Asham played in three games since being called back up, was a minus two, and played between 3:32 and 6:33 per game. He was also a healthy scratch against the Flames.

Asham was called up on 12/9.

Miller played in two games for the Wolf Pack since being sent down and had 2 goals and an assist.

One of his goals was very Rick Nash-like.

Miller was last sent down on 12/9

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Note: Arron Asham IN and Dylan McIlrath OUT Tonight

This is an Arron Asham jerseyArron Asham re-joins the Rangers lineup tonight and Dylan McIlrath will be a healthy scratch. (Pat Leonard)

The Rangers used 7 defensemen and 11 forwards in their win over Calgary on Sunday.

On Sunday, McIlrath played 5:08 and had his first NHL fight.

Alain Vigneault said yesterday that with an upcoming stretch of 4 games in six nights, he wants to have seven healthy defensemen around.

Adam Rotter: After playing two games at the NHL level, it will be good for McIlrath to sit for a game to watch things from a different vantage point. At this point it is one game and sitting for one game, or even two or three straight, won’t disrupt his development. If he were to sit and not play for 3 or 4 weeks straight, that would be something else but the organization will send him back to Hartford before something like that happens.