User uShare Login | Register
Login
Register

Along with posting photos, videos, and stories, your uShare account lets you post Classified Ads, recipes on What's For Dinner, and Announcements.


80° View Weather Current Conditions Sioux Falls Change Location
Set Weather Options

RADAR LOCATION

TEMPERATURE LOCATION

News

[0] My Saved Articles
MLB
Cincinnati
1
Milwaukee
5
MLB (Bot 7)
Washington
2
Colorado
5
MLB (7:05 PM)
Los Angeles
Pittsburgh
MLB (7:05 PM)
San Francisco
Philadelphia
MLB (7:10 PM)
Miami
Atlanta
MLB (8:05 PM)
San Diego
Chicago Cubs
MLB
Cleveland
1
Minnesota
3
MLB
Kansas City
2
Chicago WSox
1
MLB (7:05 PM)
Texas
NY Yankees
MLB (7:07 PM)
Boston
Toronto
MLB (Top 7)
Detroit
7
Arizona
4
MLB (7:15 PM)
Tampa Bay
St. Louis
MLB (10:05 PM)
Houston
Oakland
MLB (10:05 PM)
Baltimore
LA Angels
MLB (Top 7)
NY Mets
3
Seattle
0
Updated: Jul 23, 2014 4:45PM
Find local businesses
on the KELO Pages!

 

Black Hawks Double-Up Stampede 6-3

April 12, 2014, 10:31 PM

Black Hawks Double-Up Stampede 6-3

Waterloo, IA—A goal with 0.6 seconds left in the second period broke a 2-2 tie and propelled the Waterloo Black Hawks to a 6-3 victory over the Stampede in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals. The Stampede trail the best-of-five series now 2 games to 0 with Game 3 set for this Thursday at the Sioux Falls Arena. Tony Calderone, C.J. Franklin and R.J. Majkozak all scored for the Stampede while Art Brey stopped 35 shots in goal.

The series picked up right where it left off Friday night as both teams skated well and provided end-to-end high pace action. The Herd grabbed the first goal of the game and the first lead of the series when Tony Calderone scored 14:20 in. Eduard Simun won a faceoff draw in the Waterloo zone back to Calderone who wristed a shot just inside the right circle past the glove side of Hawks netminder Cal Peterson. The lead didn’t last long though as Waterloo responded just 41 seconds later when Drew Melanson took the puck in the high slot and wristed a shot past the glove side of Stampede goaltender Art Brey to make it a 1-1 game. Waterloo outshot the Herd 14-13 in the first.

The second period proved to be just as entertaining as the first one as the tempo remained high and both teams had several good scoring chances. Sioux Falls regained their one goal lead just 3:45 into the period when C.J. Franklin cashed in with a power play goal. Garrett Cecere blasted a shot from the high slot that was stopped by Peterson, but Franklin was on the doorstep and backhanded the puck into the back of the net. Much like the first goal for the Stampede, the Hawks responded just seconds later scoring at 4:18 when Blake Winiecki’s wrister found the back of the net.

The rest of the period went back-and-forth with both teams exchanging some great scoring changes. Art Brey made a pad stacking save with 5:37 remaining in the period to keep the game 2-2 late into the period. Just as the period appeared to be over the Black Hawks took a page out of the University of Minnesota’s book and scored with just 0.6 seconds remaining to take a 3-2 lead into the locker room. Blake Winiecki chased down a loose puck in the right wing boards and sent a pass through the slot where Patrick Russell skated down and lifted the puck past Brey who tried to poke check it away.

That gave Waterloo momentum into the third period and they took advantage. The Hawks took a two-goal lead just 3:01 into the period when Jake Horton slapped in a pass from John Witala to make it 4-2. Three minutes later the Black Hawks went on their fourth power play of the night and this time they made the Stampede pay as Zach Sanford took a pass in the slot and sent the puck over the left shoulder of Brey and into the back of the net to give Waterloo a 5-2 edge. The Herd pulled back into the game at 7:29 when Eduard Simun drove down the right wing boards, wristed a shot that went off Peterson and bounced into the crease where R.J. Majkozak dove in and knocked the puck into the back of the net to pull the Herd within a goal. Sioux Falls pulled Brey with two minutes left for an extra attacker, but Tyler Sheehy tallied an empty net goal to seal the game at 6-3.

Waterloo outshot the Stampede 41-28 on the night and finished 1-for-4 on the power play while the Herd were 1-for-3.

The series now shifts to Sioux Falls this Thursday where the Stampede must win or their season will come to an end. Game time is 7:05 PM at the Sioux Falls Arena and tickets are available through the Sioux Falls Arena Box Office or any Ticketmaster location. The first 3,000 fans through the doors will receive a FREE Stampede playoff rally towel. A win on Thursday would force a Game 4 in Sioux Falls on Friday night.

 

Courtesy: Sioux Falls Stampede Jim Olander

Previous Story

Next Story




 
Find Local Businesses on KELO Pages!

View sports

You may also like

Winona State Football Player Dies

7/22/2014 6:05 PM

Campus officials say a football player at Winona State University who recently transferred from Illinois has died while working out with teammates.

Full Story
Hard Knocks: NFL Films Follows Tyler Starr

7/17/2014 10:45 PM

Hard Knocks is a reality sports series produced by NFL Films and HBO that follows a NFL team through training camp.  The 2014 season will be the ...

Full Story | Watch
Nick Kirkegaard: Racing In Memory Of Mom

7/21/2014 10:18 PM

Nick Kirkegaard grew up idolizing sprint car champion Terry McCarl.

Full Story | Watch
Back Where He Started

7/20/2014 11:00 PM

Hartford, South Dakota is just 12 miles from the Canaries stadium in Sioux Falls, but Sam Lind has traveled much further than that.

Full Story | Watch
Five To Enter Augustana's Athletic Hall Of Fame

7/21/2014 7:31 PM

Five former student-athletes, who excelled in their chosen sports, have been selected for induction into the Augustana College Athletic Hall of Fame.

Full Story


Events