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Slow start dooms Black Hawks against Fargo, Game 5 up next

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Fargo scored the first 4 goals on Tuesday night as they held on to defeat the Black Hawks 6-3 in game 4.  The win tied the series at 2-2 and forced a deciding 5th game in Fargo on Wednesday night.

Dominic Tominato scored on an open net in the first period to start the scoring.  Austin Ortega tacked on another as the Force led 2-0 going in to the second.  Alex Iafallo deflected a shot off Vince Hinostroza into the goal, while Ortega scored off the rebound to make it 4-0 Fargo.

Waterloo finally responded with a hard wrister from Taylor Cammarata and another goal from Zach Stepan to pull within 2 at 4-2 going to the 3rd period.  However, the Force outscored the Black Hawks 2-1 in the final frame to put it away.

The puck drops on game 5 at 7:05 PM on Wednesday.  The winner will advance to face Sioux Falls in the Western Conference final.

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