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Milwaukee Admirals have cooled down

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(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Admirals have cooled down after starting their American Hockey League season with an eight-game points' streak.  The Admirals are 10-5-4-and-1 in 20 games.  All but six of those contests have been decided by one goal, and Milwaukee has lost back-to-back games only once, both against Texas November 8th-and-9th.  However, it's been a while since the Admirals have won back-to-back contests.  They'll have a chance to do that tonight, when they host Oklahoma City.  The Barons are 9-11-0-and-3, and only three teams in the Western Conference have fewer points than Oklahoma.  Milwaukee is second in its division, the Midwest.  The Admirals are seven points behind first-place Grand Rapids.  Rookie Miikka Salomaki has really come for the Admirals lately.  He has scored 10 points in his last 12 games, for a team-leading total of 14 for the year.

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