Captain Cody Glass and the Chicago Wolves are four wins away from a Calder Cup Championship.
The American Hockey League announced that all seven games of the 2019 Calder Cup Finals between the Charlotte Checkers and the Chicago Wolves will be televised on the NHL Network. The Wolves’ broadcast team of Jason Shaver and Billy Gardner will have the call.
Games 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7 will also be heard live on NHL Network Radio (SiriusXM 91), and as always, all seven games can be seen live on the AHL’s new streaming platform, AHLTV.
*Note: Saturday night’s game one will not be aired on the NHL Network until Sunday at 10:00 a.m. PT.
The former 100-point scorer in the WHL is tied for fourth on the Wolves in scoring with 12 points (6G-6A) through 17 playoff games.
Three of Glass’ six playoff goals were game-winning goals, including this overtime winner against San Diego in game one of the Western Conference Finals.
Here’s what our 2018-19 captain had to say after the moment, undoubtedly one of the biggest goals of his career.
Then he helped spark a big game five victory on the road to take control of the series, eventually beating San Diego 4-games-to-2 to advance to the Calder Cup Finals.
He has already caught so much attention during the AHL playoffs, it was impossible for the Vegas Golden Knights to miss.
In case you needed a fun refresher, Winterhawks alumnus and former WHL Champion and Player of the Year Oliver Bjorkstrand scored the 2016 Calder Cup clinching goal with the Lake Erie Monsters. Could Cody Glass be the next Winterhawk to make a major impact in the Calder Cup Finals?