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Black Hawks fall in World Cup final


A great run in Russia came up just short as the Waterloo Black Hawks fell to the Sudbury Wolves (Canada) 2-0 in the final of the Junior Club World Cup.

Waterloo goalie Eamon McAdam was brilliant through 2 periods stopping every shot that came his way.  Unfortunately, the Black Hawk offense was also stonewalled in their efforts.

Sudbury's Josh Leivo scored on a breakaway 7:55 into the third period breaking the scoreless tie.  After a penalty to Waterloo's Kyle Schmidt, Sudbury scored their second goal of the period on a wrister from Frank Corrado just 35 seconds after the first tally.

Waterloo's McAdam was named the outstanding goaltender of the tournament picking up wins in 3 of his 4 starts while turning away 92% of the shots he faced.

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