Entering the final weekend of the United States Hockey League regular season, the Waterloo Black Hawks know that they will face either the Sioux Falls Stampede or Sioux City Musketeers during the first round of the Clark Cup Playoffs.
Three first period goals by the Fargo Force at Young Arena Saturday set up a 4-2 victory by the visitors on a night when the Waterloo Black Hawks were still able to claim one of the trophies they compete for each season.
A victory during any of three Black Hawks games this week will ensure that Waterloo finishes ahead of the four USHL Western Conference teams currently outside of playoffs position, thereby clinching a postseason berth.
Former Waterloo Black Hawks team captain Joe Pavelski is among the many stars on Team USA's Men's Hockey team. Team USA prepares for their three pool play games that begin on Thursday, February 13th in Sochi.
The United States Hockey League has approved Young Arena as the first building on the circuit with adequate infrastructure to allow referees to review controversial goal calls, the Waterloo Black Hawks announced Tuesday.
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