The Chicago Wolves aren't enjoying the ideal situation as they prepare for tonight's Game 4 in Toronto, but they're trying to break down their task into bite-sized morsels instead of trying to take down the Marlies whole. The latest on The Hunt is here:

After some struggles flying to Toronto, the Chicago Wolves are ready to make up for dropping the first two games at home.

The Chicago Wolves look to even up the series after dropping Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals to the Toronto Marlies at Allstate Arena.

This Western Conference Semifinals series looks like it could go the limit as the Wolves and Marlies are well-matched. Both teams are well-rested as well, so expect a high-octane Game 1 tonight at Allstate Arena.

The Wolves had a chance to clinch their best-of-five series on Friday, but Rochester scored twice in the opening two minutes to set the game’s tone and force today’s decisive Game 5.

The Chicago Wolves continued their incredible run at Allstate Arena with their 4-0 Game 3 victory over Rochester on Thursday night. If the Wolves can earn another win tonight, then they'll wrap up the Western Conference Quarterfinals.

The Chicago Wolves finally reap the benefit of their Midwest Division championship by returning to Allstate Arena for the remainder of the Western Conference Quarterfinals. The Wolves are 22-1-3-2 (.875) on their home ice since Dec. 8.

If Game 1 on Friday night is any indication, then the 2014 Calder Cup playoffs are going to be loaded with big plays, big hits, remarkable goals and continuous drama. Prepare for the next phase of the hunt with this Tale of the Tape: 

There's nothing better in sports than playoff hockey -- and there's nothing the Chicago Wolves love more than winning championships. The hunt for the franchise's fifth league title begins tonight in Rochester.