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Black Hawks defeat Green Bay, force a deciding 5th game

The Black Hawks came into game 4 of the Clark Cup Finals in a do or die situation.
With a win they would push it to a game five and a loss would see their season come to an end.
Green Bay would get on the board first with a Nolan LaPorte goal just 32 seconds into the contest.
Jamie Hill responded for the Black Hawks with a goal midway through the first period to ties the game at ones going in the second.
Just 37 seconds into the second period USHL rookie of the year Taylor Cammarata punched one in to give the Black Hawks their first lead of the night.
Later on Sam Herr who had been a nuisance all series for Waterloo, tied the game at two a piece.
Late in the second the Ian McCoshen lit the lamp to give the Black Hawks a 3-2 lead into the third.
The Gamblers wouldn't go down easy as Andrew Wilinski with a one timer, ties the game at three
The Black Hawks got a big opportunity late on the power play, the puck deflected in front of the net as Jamie Hill hit it home, and the hero of the night would add one more on a empty netter to give the Black Hawks a 5-3 victory
The deciding game five will be Wednesday Night in Green Bay.
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