History[edit | edit source]
The Wolves' goaltender in their inaugural season was current NHL St. Louis Blues player Curtis Sanford. Other players from the Wolves inaugural season include Troy Barfoot, Mike Corbett, Mike Morris, Trevor Brennan, Jeff Cook, Andrew Hunsberger, Kris Seamon, Dylan Lisk, Trevor Bast, Chris Minard, Ed Garinger, and Ron Campbell. Justin Loder played there for half a season
After expanding in 1994 with the Kincardine Bulldogs, the Wolves struggled for eleven seasons before finally "packing it in" in 2003. The Wolves never had the chance to celebrate a winning season, but their best season came in 1998-99. The Wolves were competitive and even created a future NHLer in Curtis Sanford.
Season-by-Season Standings[edit | edit source]
(*) The 1999-00 Season was altered drastically due to the folding of the Lakeshore Pirates. As a disproportionate amount of games had been played by each team against Lakeshore, all history of these games were erased.