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KEARNEY, Neb. — Waterloo surrendered three early power-play goals and that was a bad recipe for success against a Tri-City team that leads the United States Hockey League in goals-against this season.

The result was a 3-0 setback for the Black Hawks (19-9-3-1), who fell eight points behind the Western Conference-leading Storm (24-6-1-1) in the standings.

Tri-City’s trio of Ronnie Attard, Brendan Furry and Zac Jones accounted for all three goals, and Storm goaltender Isaiah Saville was outstanding with 38 saves.

Tri-City 3, Waterloo 0

SCORE BY PERIODS

Waterloo 0 0 0 — 0

Tri-City 2 1 0 — 3

FIRST PERIOD — 1. Tri-City, Attard (Furry, Jones), pp, 5:04. 2. Tri-City, Furry (Attard, Jones), pp, 16:54. Penalties — Haskins-Wat. (tripping) 4:43, Attard-TC (slashing) 8:26, Waterloo bench (too many men) 9:30, Bakich-Wat. (elbowing), 14:08, Palmer-Wat. (holding) 15:51, Colella-TC (hooking) 19:14.

SECOND PERIOD — 3. Tri-City, Jones (Furry, Attard), pp, 4:33. Penalties — Drkulec-Wat. (tripping) 2:32, Palmer-Wat. (holding) 3:26, Jones-TC (tripping) 7:34, Caponi-Wt. (roughing) 13:42, Attard-TC (tripping) 13:51.

THIRD PERIOD — No scoring. Penalties — Caponi-Wat. (slashing) 2:44, McWard-TC (slashing) 5:26, Jones-TC (boarding) 8:16, Schingoethe-Wat. (holding) 14:27, Kalezic-TC (slashing) 15:24.

SHOTS ON GOAL

Waterloo 9 12 17 — 38

Tri-City 8 9 4 — 21

Power-plays — Waterloo 0-for-7, Tri-City 3-for-10.

Goaltenders — Waterloo, Moe (14 SOG, 11 saves), Stein (7 SOG, 7 saves). Tri-City, Saville (38 SOG, 38 saves).

Officials — Referees, Jackson, Rasky. Linesmen, Darcy, Smith. Att. — 1,630.

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