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    WATERLOO – Jack Spicer was busier than any United States Hockey League goaltender in recent days, and the United States Hockey League honored that effort by making him the league’s Goaltender of the Week on Monday.

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – A third-period rally was not enough as the Waterloo Black Hawks dropped their second straight game following the Holiday Break Friday in a 3-2 loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede.

    Sioux Falls led 3-0 after two periods, but Sam Rinzel scored with 9:25 left in the game, and Owen Baker made it a one-goal game with 1:03 left for the Black Hawks, but Waterloo could not find the equalizer in the final minute of play.

    The Black Hawks wrap up their 2022 portion of the season by hosting Youngstown tonight at 6:05 p.m.


    Waterloo;0;0;2 – 2

    Sioux Falls;1;2;0 – 3

    FIRST PERIOD – 1. Sioux Falls, Borgula (Harris), 16:06. Penalties – Borgula, SF (too many men), 13:55.

    SECOND PERIOD – 2. Sioux Falls, Rud (unassisted), 7:33, 3. Sioux Falls, Gordon (Harris, Rud), 13:02, pp. Penalties – Sobieski, SF (tripping), 9:44, Rinzel, Wat (slashing), 12:35.

    THIRD PERIOD – 4. Waterloo, Rinzel (Schifsky, Baker), 11:35, Baker (Brown, Rinzel), 18:57. Penalties – None.


    Waterloo;11;10;12 – 33

    Sioux Falls;8;16;6 – 30

    Goalies – Waterloo, Jack Spicer (27 saves). Sioux Falls, Medina (31 saves).


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