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(Wausau, WI)- Join the Wausau RiverWolves for a  battle of Wisconsin vs the Milwaukee Power November 13th and 14th! The puck drops at 7:10pm both nights. Doors open 30 minutes before puck drops. A reminder that availability is limited. To guarantee a ticket you must purchase in advance of the game.

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Single Game Ticket Prices
$10 Adults
$8 Seniors (65+) and Military
$5 Students (5-18)
Under 5 is Free

***All seating is general

***Tickets are available online up to 2 hours before puck drop.***

 

Tickets are available online via riverwolveshockey.com or inside the main lobby of Marathon Park Ice Arena located at 1201 Stewart Ave Wausau, WI 54401 starting 30 minutes before puck drop based on availability. Masks and social distancing  required inside the facility.

(WAUSAU, WI)- The RiverWolves (1-1-0-0) are back in action tonight as they head to the Ozaukee Ice Center in Mequon to take on Central Division foe in the Milwaukee Power (1-3-0-0) for a two-game weekend series. The first puck drops at 7pm tonight and Saturday night on HockeyTV. The RiverWolves are coming off a 2-0 win vs the Oregon Tradesmen and are looking to start a division winning streak before coming back home next weekend for a series with Peoria.

Home Cookin’

The local Central Wisconsin talent on the RiverWolves roster has shined in the early going of the 2020-21 campaign. RiverWolves forward Max Beste netted a goal vs the Oregon Tradesmen that landed him number three on the NA3HL plays of the week for the week of October 5th-10th. Isaac Wickersheim was also named to the NA3HL Honorable Mention for the week after scoring in his second consecutive game. Beste is a native of Mosinee, while Wickersheim hails from Antigo.

The Milwaukee Power are looking to bounce back after a 4-2 loss to the St. Louis Jr. Blues last weekend in St. Louis. Milwaukee is led by defenseman Mason Ausmus, from Saline, MI, who has 4 points in 4 games, including a shootout game winner vs Peoria.

Between the Pipes

Joseph La Forge, native of Kenosha, and Gunnar Snyder, of La Crosse, Wisconsin, are expected to share time in the net for this two-game series. La Forge recorded a perfect 55-save shutout vs the Tradesmen in route to a 2-0 victory last time out to earn him the Central Division Star of the Week from the NA3HL. La Forge has turned back 91 of 99 shots so far this year for a 91.9% save percentage.

Snyder brings a veterans presences as this season is his fourth in the NA3Hl.  He has played in 28 games and has a 14-7 record as a starter with 7 shutouts.

The Power are expected to have a combination of Zach Piehl and Petr Mehall in net Friday and Saturday.

Up Next

The RiverWolves are heading home for a two-game series vs the Peoria Mustangs. Friday, October 30th is a 7:10 pm start time and Saturday, October 31st the puck drops at 3:10 pm.  Reserve your seat online at riverwolveshockey.com. ***Limited tickets available.***

(WAUSAU, WI)- The RiverWolves host the Milwaukee Power on Friday night at Marathon Park Ice Arena. Wausau is coming of a 7-0 loss to first place Rochester last weekend.  The last match up with Milwaukee saw Wausau win by a score of 6-4 back on February 1st. Heading into Friday night’s contest, the season series currently is tied at three games a piece with two games remaining. Wausau currently stands in sixth place in the Central Division, while Milwaukee is fifth in the Central Division.

What to Watch For

Wausau will be looking to get back to their balanced scoring attack in their last win versus Milwaukee. The RiverWolves had six different players light the lamp in Carlson, Reimringer, Idalski, Baker, Minch and Miller on their six goals.

The Milwaukee Power are led by forward Wesley Knutson who has 18 goals and 34 total points this season.

In the Crease

Joseph La Forge, native of Kenosha is expected to start in net for the RiverWolves.  He currently holds a 2-8-0-0 record, with a goals against average of 6.24.  His save percentage is at .873. La Forge picked up the win in his last action versus Milwaukee back on February 1st.

The Power are expected to start Joey Greilich in net tonight.  His record for the season is 6-14-0-0 and his save percentage is at .905.  His goals against average is at 4.74 and recorded a  OT win on January 31st versus Wausau.

Up Next

After only one game this weekend, the RiverWolves will travel to La Crosse to take on the Coulee Region Chill  February 23rd and then will return to Marathon Park Ice Arena for the final two home games of the 2019-2020 season on February 28th & 29th. Buy tickets online 24/7 at riverwolveshockey.com.

(WAUSAU, WI)- The RiverWolves host the Milwaukee Power Friday and Saturday night at Marathon Park Ice Arena. The current season series is tied at two game apiece. Wausau swept Milwaukee back on November 8th and 9th in a home and home series.  Heading into Friday night’s contest, Wausau currently stands in sixth place in the Central Division, while Milwaukee is 5th place in the Central Division.

What to Watch For

RiverWolves forward, Alexander Kelsall. has been going a great job of capitalizing on loose puck in front of the net. The Gilbert, Arizona native and former Milwaukee Power skater has two goals in the last four games.

The Milwaukee Power are led by Wesley Knutson who has 19 goals and 31 points this season, and Garrett Alton who has 8 goals and 28 points. Both were selected to the NA3HL Top Prospects Tournament happening next month in New England.

In the Crease

Tyler Klatt, native of Monticello, Minnesota is expected to start in net for the RiverWolves.  He currently holds a 2-22-0-0 record, with a goals against average of 6.22.  His save percentage is at .877.

The Power are expected to start Joey Greilich in net tonight.  His record for the season is 5-12-0-1 and his save percentage is at .906.  His goals against average is at 4.53 after only giving up one goal in a win against the Willmar WarHawks last weekend.

Wausau will finish their weekend series with Milwaukee Saturday night as the puck drops at 7:30pm from Marathon Park Ice Arena. Join the RiverWolves for Trig’s Savings Pack Night. Buy tickets online 24/7 at riverwolveshockey.com.

Wausau WI- The RiverWolves travel to Milwaukee to take on the Power for their lone game of the weekend Friday Night.   This will be the fourth meeting between the two rivals.  Wausau leads the season series with a record of 2-1.  Heading into the game, the RiverWolves come in with a 3-18-1-0 record while the Power sit at 5-19-0-0.

What to Watch For

Watch out for Wausau forward Kasey Couture as he looks to continue the hot streak that he is currently on. Last weekend against Breezy Point, he scored three goals and had one assist to bring his totals to 11 goals and 12 assists.  He leads the team with 23 points on the year.

Look for the Power to improve on their division worst power play percentage at home.  At home, Milwaukee sports a minuscule 15.5% (9 for 58) on the power play.  This is a figure that they will try to increase as they get ready to play the RiverWolves.

In the Crease

Wausau is expected to start Monticello, Minnesota native Tyler Klatt in net.  In 17 games he has played in this year, he has compiled a 2-12-1 record to go along with a .876 save percentage.  His goals against average is currently at 6.22.

Joey Greilich, out of Mukwonago, Wisconsin is expected to be the starting goaltender for the Power.  He brings in a record of 3-9-0-1 through the 15 games he has played in.  He has a 4.51goals against average to go with a save percentage of .910.

Up Next

Your Wausau RiverWolves are back at home on Friday, December 13th at 7:30 pm.  For tickets visit RiverWolvesHockey.com.

Wausau WI- On Black Friday, the Wausau RiverWolves travel to Milwaukee to face the Milwaukee Power for the start of a home and home weekend series. Last weekend, Wausau split a two-game series with the Willmar Warhawks winning 4-2 Friday and falling in OT 3-2 Saturday night.

What to Watch For

Look for Milwaukee to spend some time in the sin bin as the Power have three of the top six players in all of the NA3HL in total penalty minutes. Milwaukee Forward Benjamin Beversdorf leads the league with 169 penalty minutes, while averaging almost nine penalty minutes per game. He will be serving a  suspension Friday night along with his brother Caleb due to penalty minute accumulation.  The Power lead the NA3HL as a team in total penalty minutes (669).  In comparison, is not nearly as undisciplined as Milwaukee as the RiverWolves leading penalty getter Cale Bowman averages just over four penalty minutes per game.

Between the Pipes

Milwaukee is projected to start Ohio native, Aaron Dickstein. In 17 games this year, he holds a record of 14-2 with 1 shutout. His goals against average is 2.34 with a save percentage of .916.
Wausau is expected to start Alexandr Gilev. He has played in nine games so far compiling a 4-4 record. He has an average save percentage of .919 and a goals against average of 3.20.

Up Next

Join the RiverWolves tomorrow night for a 5:00pm puck drop as they face the Milwaukee Power. The first 250 fans will receive a Team Poster and all fans have the opportunity to join the team for a special Post-Game Skate presented by Bone & Joint. Student tickets (age 5-18) are 50% off for this game only, so bring out the whole family. Get your Team Poster Autographed by the team following the game as well! In addition, don’t miss out on the merchandise sale as all items are 20% Saturday night only! For more information visit riverwolveshockey.com.