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Black Hawks fall in 2 OT's as Indiana evens series

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WATERLOO (KWWL) - Waterloo goaltender Cal Petersen put together a career night, and it still wasn't enough as the Waterloo Black Hawks fell 3-2 to Indiana in game 2 of the Clark Cup Finals. The series sits at 1-1 after the Ice.
Petersen saw an incredible 62 shots on goal coming off the opposing sticks and managed an incredible 59 saves. However, the final shot got past him as Indiana's Joe Sullivan scored on a wrap-around attempt just over 6 minutes in to the second overtime.
The Ice took an early lead in the game on a power play goal through traffic by Joshua Jacobs. Waterloo responded in the second on the man advantage as Zach Sanford fed Tyler Sheehy on the rush for the equalizer. The teams would trade goals in the third as Waterloo's John Wiitala picked up a short-handed tally, while Mitch Hults tied it up just under a minute later with the goal that would eventually force overtime.
The series moves to Indiana for game 3 on Friday night.
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