KEARNEY, Neb. — Tri-City scored the game’s only goal on a first-period power play and dealt Waterloo a 1-0 United States Hockey League shutout Saturday night.

Friday night, the Black Hawks edged the Storm 1-0.

Adam Goodsir provided the Tri-City goal Saturday, and Filip Larsson made it stand up with 29 saves in goal.

Waterloo fell to 6-6-0-0 on the season while the Storm improved to 9-2-0-0.

Tri-City 1, Waterloo 0

SCORE BY PERIODS

Waterloo 0 0 0 — 0

Tri-City 1 0 0 — 1

FIRST PERIOD — 1. Tri-City, Ward (Goodsir), pp, 11:28. Penalties — Bakich-Wat. (charging) 11:24, Trivigno-Wat. (roughing) 16:08, Foskey_TC (roughing) 16:08.

SECOND PERIOD — No scoring. Penalties — Johnson-Wat. (tripping) 9:40, Blixt-TC (holding) 11:55, Lellig-Wat. (hooking) 15:15, Blixt-TC (interference) 17:03, Drury-Wat. (fighting, misconduct) 18:57, Clurman-TC (fighting, misconduct) 18:57.

THIRD PERIOD — No scoring. Penalties — Bakich-Wat. (roughjing) 2:38, McLane_TC (roughing) 2:38, Cipollone-TC (slashing) 3:07.

SHOTS ON GOAL

Waterloo 13 10 6 — 29

Tri-City 11 8 6 — 25

Power-plays—Waterloo 0-for-3. Tri-City 1-for-3.

Goaltenders—Waterloo, Moe (25 SOG, 24 saves). Tri-City, Larsson (29 SOG, 29 saves).

Officials—Referee, Krasnichuk. Linesmenb, Wilkinson, Karabetsos. Att.—2,821.

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