The Milwaukee Admirals have tied a team-record for their longest point streak with a 3-1 home ice victory over the Chicago Wolves on Tuesday night.
Trevor Murphy scored the game-winner with more than four minutes to play. Max Reinhard had one goal and one assist and Juuse Saros had 28 saves in goal.
The Admirals have now scored at least one team point in their last 13 games, something they haven’t done in 23 years. The streak includes eleven wins and two shutout losses, and they’ve won their last seven games.
The Admirals have clinched the American Hockey League’s Central Division crown and they still have an outside chance of winning the Western Conference title. Ontario can secure that distinction with two points in their final two games.