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Lorentz Wins Calder Cup Championship
Submitted By WMHA on Sunday, June 9, 2019
Congratulations to Wolves alumnus Steve Lorentz ('96) on winning the 2019 Calder Cup Championship with the Charlotte Checkers!

The Checkers won the best-of-seven Final series over the Chicago Wolves in 5 games. After the Wolves took Game 1 in overtime, Charlotte swept the next four games, including three consecutive on the road.

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