During Phase One of the 2015 United States Hockey League (USHL) Draft Monday, the Waterloo Black Hawks snagged nine top hockey prospects born in 1999, led by forward Ben Copeland with the final selection during the second round.
For the first time since Waterloo’s 2004 Clark Cup championship, a group of Black Hawks players left the ice together for the final time as victors, following a 4-1 win Saturday against the Dubuque Fighting Saints at Young Arena.
Goaltender Cale Morris was not on the National Hockey League Central Scouting “Players to Watch” list in September, nor the service’s midterm rankings in January, but his play with the Waterloo Black Hawks during the second half of the United States Hockey League season landed him squarely in the midst of the final appraisal released by Central Scouting on Wednesday.
Brock Boeser recorded his third hat trick of the season Saturday, and the Waterloo Black Hawks upended the USHL Western Conference-leading Sioux City Musketeers, 4-1 at Young Arena on Saturday, April 4, 2015
With a 4-3 win against the Des Moines Buccaneers on Friday, April 3, 2015 at Young Arena, the Waterloo Black Hawks moved past their guests in the USHL Western Conference standings and into a fifth place tie.
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