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Vancouver Streak Comes to an End


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Over the past week the Vancouver Wolves have found their stride again. Before tonights game the Wolves were on a ten game winstreak after their rough start to the season. The streak saw them beat strong and weak teams alike, including a 7-4 win over the Moscow Menance, and 8-2 stomp over the Legion, and 7-3 victory again the DC Dragons. When asked about their success, the Wolves GM Nyko Nax said that the team was able to find the back of the net once again and was much better in the defensive zone. The Wolves currently sit atop the North American Conference with a 26-10-0 record, 5 points ahead of the second place Los Angeles Stars. The Wolves offense is once again shining, creating 188 goals for at the midway mark of the season. Aloe Dear has been leading the Wolves offense with an astronomical 71 points in 36 games, and Jerome Reinhart has netted 32 in 36 to put himself 8th in the league for scoring. The Wolves bounced back with a 7-0 shutout against the London United, giving Thadius Sales his first shutout of the season

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9 hours ago, Nykonax said:

Over the past week the Vancouver Wolves have found their stride again. Before tonights game the Wolves were on a ten game winstreak after their rough start to the season. The streak saw them beat strong and weak teams alike, including a 7-4 win over the Moscow Menance, and 8-2 stomp over the Legion, and 7-3 victory again the DC Dragons. When asked about their success, the Wolves GM Nyko Nax said that the team was able to find the back of the net once again and was much better in the defensive zone. The Wolves currently sit atop the North American Conference with a 26-10-0 record, 5 points ahead of the second place Los Angeles Stars. The Wolves offense is once again shining, creating 188 goals for at the midway mark of the season. Aloe Dear has been leading the Wolves offense with an astronomical 71 points in 36 games, and Jerome Reinhart has netted 32 in 36 to put himself 8th in the league for scoring. The Wolves bounced back with a 7-0 shutout against the London United, giving Thadius Sales his first shutout of the season

RIP London, as per usual. Also keep up the good work! Totally not just saying that because my Fantasy TPE relies on that or anything.🥸

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