The Wolves remain among the AHL’s Central Division teams despite losing their top three scorers to NHL call-ups with the St. Louis Blues.
Copley comes from North Pole, Alaska, but has made himself comfortable with the Wolves as he keeps his sights set on a permanent home in the NHL.
The winger has paced the Wolves offense over a six-game stretch when the Wolves have won five times and scored at least four goals in all six games.
In his first season with the Wolves, multi-dimensional center fills a collection of roles hoping to land his new team back in the playoffs.
In his second stint with the Wolves, Brad Hunt is the team’s top producer and relies on a work ethic he hopes will land him back in the NHL.
After missing the AHL playoffs last season, the Wolves are looking to rebound with a fast-paced, aggressive style of play.
Wolves tab former Flyers coach, 17-year NHL veteran to take over as bench boss.