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Indiana ends Black Hawks' Clark Cup dreams 3-2

Indiana ends Black Hawks' Clark Cup dreams 3-2

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WATERLOO (KWWL) - Playing their final game in the USHL, the Indiana Ice beat the Waterloo Black Hawks, 3-2, at Young Arena on Tuesday to win the Clark Cup Championship. The Ice score two third period goals to rally from a 2-1 deficit.

With 8:48 remaining, Indiana's Alex Talcott found a rebound at the front of the Waterloo net and slipped the puck around Cal Petersen’s right pad, across the goal line. Six-and-a-half minutes later, Aidan Muir made a drop pass to Brian Pinho, and his low shot slipped inside the long-side post.

The win clinched the series for the Ice 3 games to 2. Indiana wins the second Clark Cup in franchise history.

Waterloo’s defeat ended a season in which the Black Hawks were the USHL’s regular season champions and winners of the Anderson Cup for a second
time. The Hawks set a franchise record with 44 victories during the 60-game schedule.

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