INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. | Waterloo's first game with Indiana did not go well Friday as the Black Hawks fell to the Ice, 6-2, at Pan Am Area in Indianapolis.
Indiana, the leader in the USHL East Division, shot out to a 3-0 first-period lead. Waterloo could not catch up.
Black Hawk Zach Sanford scored the team's first goal of the night with an assist from Tim Lappin, a tally that cut the gap to 4-1. But the Ice came back just two minutes later with a score.
The final period started off in Waterloo's favor with a quick goal from Peter Krieger. The momentum didn't last. Indiana tacked on an insurance goal later in the final 20 minutes.
Since the 16-game winning streak ended, the Black Hawks are 2-4-2 in their last eight outings, but they've already nailed down a postseason spot.