After seven straight wins, the winning run has ended for Waterloo Black Hawks

The game between the home team Cedar Rapids RoughRiders and the visiting Waterloo Black Hawks finished 5-3. The result means that Waterloo's run of seven straight wins has come to an end on Saturday.

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The game between the home team Cedar Rapids RoughRiders and the visiting Waterloo Black Hawks finished 5-3. The result means that Waterloo's run of seven straight wins has come to an end on Saturday.

The RoughRiders opened strong, with Martins Lavins scoring early in the first period, a goal assisted by Zion Green and Joel Kjellberg.

Zero goals were scored in the second period, and the RoughRiders led 4-2 going in to the third period.

Owen Baker narrowed the gap to 4-3 late into the third period, assisted by Zach Bade.

The RoughRiders increased the lead to 5-3 with 01.09 remaining of the third after a goal from Dylan Hryckowian.

Next games:

On Friday, the RoughRiders face Dubuque at 7:05 p.m. CST at ImOn Ice Arena and the Black Hawks take on Sioux Falls at home at 7:05 p.m. CST at Young Arena.