But the team game back strong for their third and final round-robin game against Team Sweden, which wrapped up today.
The Pack came out strong against the Swedes and never let up, eventually coming out of the third period with a 4-1 win.
Dominik Kahun picked up the first goal in this one, assisted by Mathew Campagna, 15 minutes into the opening period. The Wolves had a couple of chances in the first, but also picked up three penalties.
The second period saw the Pack earn three more minor penalties, but also three more goals, bringing the score to 4-1.
Five minutes into the start of the second, Nathan Kull scored Sudbury's second goal, with help from Campagna and Cory Genovese. Team Sweden answered back five minutes later to bring the Swedes to within one of the Wolves, but that would be it for the Euro team's scoring punch this game.
Dominik Kubalik, assisted by Kahun, picked up the Wolves third goal as the period neared its end.
That wouldn't be it for the Wolves second period scoring run though. With 12 second left in the second, Kahun earned his second goal of the game after Kubalik returned the favour and fed him the puck.
Both teams took back-and-forth penalties in the third as Sweden attempted to battle back. The Wolves were able to keep them off the scoreboard though and pick up their first win of the round robin.
The playoff rounds begin Thursday.
In their first game on Sunday, Kevin Raine gave the Pack an early 1-0 lead on the powerplay (with assists from Dominik Kubalik and Dominik Kahun), but the team ran into an impressive Dynamo Shinnik team from Belarus and ultimately lost a 5-1 decision in the opening game of the tournament.
On Monday, the Wolves faced off against a tough first-place team from Finland and began to show some of the heart that won them the tournament last year.
They rallied back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the game, coming within a breakaway of winning. Team With a win against Team Sweden under their belts, the Wolves are now in a tie-breaking situation for the medal rounds.