Tri-City Storm couldn't stop star-studded Waterloo Black Hawks from winning

The Waterloo Black Hawks and the Tri-City Storm met on Saturday. Waterloo came into the game off the back of a run of three successive wins and managed to claim yet another victory. The game finished 5-1.

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The Waterloo Black Hawks and the Tri-City Storm met on Saturday. Waterloo came into the game off the back of a run of three successive wins and managed to claim yet another victory. The game finished 5-1.

The Black Hawks opened strong, with Gavin O'Connell scoring in the first minute, a goal assisted by Gavin Lindberg and Sam Rinzel.

The Black Hawks increased the lead to 2-0 in the very last seconds of the first period, with a goal from Gavin Lindberg.

The Black Hawks increased the lead to 3-0, after only 46 seconds into the third period when Connor Brown netted one, assisted by James Hong and Ben Robertson.

James Hong increased the lead to 4-0 five minutes later, assisted by Connor Brown and Nicholas DeGraves.

Tanner Adams narrowed the gap to 4-1 nine minutes later, assisted by Drew Montgomery and Cale Ashcroft.

Tyler Procious increased the lead to 5-1 two minutes later.

Coming up:

Both teams play again on Friday with the Black Hawks hosting Lincoln at 7:05 p.m. CST at Young Arena, and the Storm hosting Des Moines at Viaero Center.