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Inside The Milwaukee Admirals’ 10-Game Win Streak




Fueled by many of the Nashville Predators’ top prospects, the Milwaukee Admirals are the hottest team in the American Hockey League.

Behind plenty of offense and lights-out goaltending, the Admirals have reeled off 10 straight wins and remain undefeated in the month of January — the longest win streak in the AHL this season and the third double-digit win streak the Admirals have had since joining the AHL in 2001.

It’s also the longest win streak in the AHL since the Utica Comets won 13 during the 2021-2022 season, and three behind Milwaukee’s franchise-best win streak of 13 set during the 2019-2020 season.

For context, the longest win streak in AHL history belongs to the Norfolk Admirals, who won 28 straight games from Feb. 10 to Apr. 12 during the 2011-2012 season.

Here’s a closer look at how the Admirals have ran off a perfect month to date:


W 1-0 vs. Colorado Eagles (Jan. 5)

W 5-0 vs. Colorado Eagles (Jan. 6)

W 3-2 at Grand Rapids Griffins (Jan. 10)

W 2-0 at Henderson Silver Knights (Jan. 12)

W 7-0 at Henderson Silver Knights (Jan. 13)

W 5-4 vs. Texas Stars (Jan. 19)

W 5-3 vs. Texas Stars (Jan. 20)

W 4-3 SO vs. Belleville Senators (Jan. 24)

W 5-2 vs. Rockford IceHogs (Jan. 26)

W 5-0 at Chicago Wolves (Jan. 27)

Top Scorers

  • Mark Jankowski: 7 goals, 18 points
  • Egor Afanasyev: 6 goals, 15 points
  • Zachary L’Heureux: 5 goals, 10 points
  • Fedor Svechkov: 3 goals, 9 points
  • Liam Foudy: 3 goals, 7 points
  • Spencer Stastney: 2 goals, 7 points


  • Yaroslav Askarov: 200 saves on 212 shots, .944 save percentage, 1.48 goals-against average, three shutouts
  • Troy Grosenick: 42 saves on 42 shots, 1.000 save percentage, 0.00 GAA, two shutouts

Odds and ends

  • Averaged 4.2 goals per game
  • Allowed 1.4 goals per game
  • Power play: 13% (3-for-23)
  • Penalty kill: 89.7% (35-for-39)
  • Outshot opponents 299 to 280

Big picture

The Admirals have the second-best record (27-10-1) and third-most points (55) in the AHL behind the Hershey Bears and Providence Bruins, respectively. They have a 10-point lead over the Texas Stars in the Central Division, and they’ve allowed second-fewest goals (95) and scored the seventh-most goals (136) in the league. Milwaukee also leads the AHL in overtime wins (7).

Milwaukee has one more game left before closing out a perfect month — the San Diego Gulls at home on Jan. 30.

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