Although the Waterloo Black Hawks lost the 'Winner Take All' Game 5 to the Indiana Ice, the Cedar Valley had a championship like day before and during the game. Here are a few photos we captured while at Young Arena.
The Indiana Ice edged the Waterloo Black Hawks, 3-2, at Young Arena on Tuesday to win the United States Hockey League’s Clark Cup Championship. Despite the loss, it still was a banner year for the Black Hawks.
The Waterloo Black Hawks had their back up against the wall. Saturday (May 17, 2014) proved to be a big night for the Black Hawks as the cruised to a 7-2 win over the Indiana Ice. The 2014 United States Hockey League Clark Cup Championship will feature a "Winner Take All" Game Five Tuesday in Waterloo.
The Waterloo Black Hawks return to Young Arena with the chance to win the Clark Cup, thanks to a 7-2 road victory against the Indiana Ice on Saturday at Pan Am Arena during Game Four of the USHL’s Championship Series.
The Waterloo Black Hawks are locked in a heated battle for the 2013-2014 United States Hockey League championship. Standing in their way, the Indiana Ice. Game Three was in Indiana, and it was a tough night for the Black Hawks. Watch Game 4 Tonight (May 17) on pay-per-view.
The 2014 USHL Clark Cup Finals moves to Indiana this weekend. Waterloo Black Hawks who could not travel with the team can still catch all of the action. FastHockey.com is offering a pay-per-view for fans to create their own 'Black Hawks Watch Party.'
Four of 13 players acknowledged by United States Hockey League coaches and general managers with a place on the All-USHL First and Second Teams are Waterloo Black Hawks, the league announced on Thursday.
Twenty-year-old Brandon Montour proved he could make an impact anywhere on the ice during the 2013/14 United States Hockey League season, and Tuesday the USHL recognized his abilities by conferring upon him both its Player of the Year and Defenseman of the Year titles.
The Waterloo Black Hawks and the Indiana Ice battled for nearly 87 minutes before a Game 2 winner was determined. When it was all said and done, the United States Hockey League's 2014 Championship Series ended up as a tie.
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