The affiliate team of the Calgary Flames in the American Hockey League (AHL), the Stockton Heat, lost game six against the Chicago Wolves with a score of 3-0 and it has knocked them out of the playoffs. 

Despite this loss, the Stockton Heat had a very successful season, making it all the way to the Western Conference Final. 

In their first playoff series, in round two after bypassing the first round, the Heat swept the Bakersfield Condors 3-0. In round three, they eliminated the Colorado Eagles in four games. 

In the Western Conference Final against the Chicago Wolves, the Heat fell into an early hole being down three games to zero. Luckily, the Heat were able to claw their way back, taking it to game six before to the Wolves. 

In-game six, the Wolves goals came from Ivan Lodnia, Andrew Poturalski, and Josh Leivo. Heat goaltender Dustin Wolf stopped 35 shots out of 37. 

The Heat finished the regular season by claiming the Pacific Division with a record of 45-16-5.  

The Wolves, who had a regular-season record of 50-16-5, were the only team in the Western Conference to have a better record than the Heat during the regular season. 

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