WATERLOO — Cedar Rapids lit up Waterloo for four second-period goals and defeated the Black Hawks 5-2 Friday at Young Arena.
After a quick first period with no goals and no penalties, the second 20 minutes featured five goals, 18 penalties and a 4-1 lead for the RoughRiders (17-18-4-1).
Xander Lamppa scored Waterloo’s goal on a power play to make it a 2-1 game, but Cedar Rapids tacked on two more goals in the final 4:54 of the period to break it open.
The RoughRiders made it 5-1 early in the third before Jacob Jeannette connected for Waterloo (28-11-2-0) to set the final score.
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Ced. Rapids 5, Waterloo 2
SCORE BY PERIODS
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Cedar Rapids 0 4 1 — 5
Waterloo 0 1 1 — 2
FIRST PERIOD — No scoring. Penalties — none.
Cedar Rapids 8 10 13 — 31
Waterloo 13 12 10 — 35
Power-plays — Cedar Rapids 2-for-5. Waterloo 1-for-3.
Goaltenders — Cedar Rapids, Pichora (35 SOG, 33 saves). Waterloo, Stein (13 SOG, 11 saves), Carriere (18 SOG, 15 saves).
Officials — Referee, Vikhter. Linesmen, Jenkin, Hancock. Att. — 2,959.