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Musketeers Muscle Past Hawks - Junior Hockey News

Published: Sunday, 2 Jan 2011

The Sioux City Musketeers used special teams goals from five different players Saturday to push past the Waterloo Black Hawks 5-0 at the Tyson Event Center.

Brett Patterson opened the scoring on the power play, banging in a rebound at 12:35 of the opening period. Just over two minutes later, Tom Olczyk converted a shorthanded breakaway chance. With 3:13 remaining before intermission, Brad Robbins tipped in a centering pass for the Musketeers’ second power play score.

In the second period, Max McCormick finished a similar power play chance during a five-on-three advantage at 4:20. With 7:30 left in regulation, Richard Zehnal poked in Sioux City’s fourth power play goal of the evening.

The Black Hawks will try to bounce back against the Indiana Ice Sunday at 7:05.

For a complete box score from Saturday's game, please visit the following link:


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