SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League introduced as we speak that Chicago Wolves ahead Teemu Pulkkinen has been chosen as the CCM/AHL Player of the Week for the interval ending Apr. 15, 2018.
Pulkkinen scored 5 targets and added two assists for seven factors in 4 video games final week as the Wolves wrapped up their second consecutive Central Division title.
On Tuesday night, Pulkkinen scored a third-period objective and Chicago went on to a Four-Three shootout win at Milwaukee. On Friday, he scored twice earlier than helping on the game-winning objective in the Wolves’ 6-Four victory at Rockford, and adopted that up with one other two-goal efficiency as Chicago swept the home-and-home with a 5-Four resolution over the IceHogs. Finally, Pulkkinen picked up an help in Sunday’s regular-season finale vs. Manitoba to increase his scoring streak to 11 video games.
Pulkkinen accomplished his fifth North American season with 29 targets and 36 assists for a team-leading 65 factors in 75 video games for the Wolves, tying for fifth in the general AHL scoring race. The 26-year-old native of Vantaa, Finland, has totaled 112 targets and 110 assists for 222 factors in 241 profession regular-season AHL video games, along with 22 targets and 12 assists for 34 factors in 40 postseason contests. A member of Grand Rapids’ 2013 Calder Cup championship workforce, Pulkkinen was a fourth-round choose by Detroit in the 2010 NHL Draft and has collected 13 targets and 9 assists in 83 NHL video games with Detroit, Minnesota and Arizona. He was chosen by Vegas from the Coyotes in the 2017 NHL Expansion Draft.
In recognition of being named the CCM/AHL Player of the Week, Pulkkinen shall be offered with an etched crystal award previous to an upcoming Wolves residence sport.
With seven factors in 4 video games, Teemu Pulkkinen is the @ccmhockey/AHL Player of the Week!