Trent Cull’s Wolves came flying out of the gate with three first-period goals by Nathan Pancel, Jake Ryan and Ray Huether.
The Rangers, however, would not go away quietly as they responded with a big second period with goals from Curtis Meighan and Brandon Lesway to draw within one heading into the third frame. The Wolves held the edge in shots 23-14 after two periods.
The Rangers attempt at completing the comeback was shutdown early in the third as the Wolves responded with back-to-back goals from Jacob Harris and Justin Sefton to extend the lead to three. Rangers forward Josh Sterk scored the lone third-period goal for the Rangers.
Overager Joel Vienneau was strong in goal for the Wolves, turning away 19 out of the 22 shots he faced.
The Wolves are back in action at home this Friday against the Soo Greyhounds to close out their home exhibition schedule. Tickets for the game can be purchased at the Sudbury Arena Box Office.