Waterloo will try to keep their huge lead in the Western Conference when Lincoln visits Young Arena this Friday and Saturday night. The Black Hawks are 15-4-1 and have built a HUGE 9 point lead over the 2nd place Stars.

Veterans and active service personnel can take advantage of free tickets for both nights during Military Appreciation Weekend, and the team will wear special jerseys recognizing the World War II-era Flying Tigers. At an auction after Saturday’s game, those sweaters will be sold to benefit Cedar Valley Honor Flight.

Friday night, fans can take advantage of special discounted concession pricing with $2.00 hot dogs, nachos and soft drinks throughout the game! On Saturday night, it's also a Domino's Family-4-Pack Night! Get 4 tickets, 4 soft drinks, 4 chuck-a-pucks, and a large Domino's pizza for just $48. Deadline to order is 12 pm on Saturday. Bring the kids to meet Santa on the concourse throughout the game as well!

Both nights, local teachers will be recognized on Educator Appreciation Night. Tickets are just $9.00 with I.D. Local Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will be in attendance. Tickets for scouts are just $8.00. Plus, it's UAW Weekend, both nights all UAW members can get tickets for just $8.00 with I.D.

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Shutouts Stand Out for Stein
Black Hawks' goalie Logan Stein doubled his shutout total over the weekend and was named the United States Hockey League "Goaltender of the Week" for the second time this season. The Ferris State recruit blanked the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders on Thanksgiving night during a 4-0 Waterloo win. The teams met for a rematch Saturday, with Stein and the Hawks coming out on top 1-0. Over 11 appearances this season, Stein is 8-3-0-0 with four shutouts.

Beginning this weekend, Stein will represent the United States – along with Rolston and fellow Black Hawk Connor Caponi – at the World Junior A Challenge in Dawson Creek, British Columbia.

For tickets, visit waterlooblackhawks.com/tickets or call the box office at (319) 291-7680.